- The most important Sunni Islam preacher Yusuf al-Qaradawi, said that the day will come when, as Constantinople, Rome too will be Islamized.
- Islam, not Christianity, now permeates the view and the European imagination.
According to Steve Bannon, strategic adviser to US President Trump, “the Judeo-Christian West is collapsing. It is imploding. And he’s doing it right before our eyes. And the backlash will be terrible. ”
The helplessness and fragility of our civilization haunt many Europeans.
Europe, according to historian David Engels, will face the same fate of the Roman Republic: a civil war. Everywhere Europeans see signs of fracture. The jihadists appear to lead the assault against freedom and secular democracies. Fears occupy the collective imagination of Europeans. A survey of over 10 thousand people from ten different European countries showed a growing public opposition to Muslim immigration. The Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) conducted an online survey asking respondents to express their opinion about the statement of “stop further migration from predominantly Muslim countries. In the ten European countries, an average of 55 percent of respondents shared the statement.
The photograph used in the article was a recent collective prayer of the Muslims in front of the Colosseum. Echoing the conquest of the great Byzantine Christian civilization, with its capital in Constantinople, the most important of Sunni preacher, Yusuf al Qaradawi, he said that the day will come when, as Constantinople, Rome too will be Islamized.
|Hundreds of Muslims engaged in a collective prayer near the Colosseum, in Rome, October 21, 2016.|
Civilizations die from outside or inside? Their disappearance is the result of external aggression (war, natural disasters, epidemics) or the consequence of an internal erosion (decay, incompetence, disastrous choice)? Arnold Toynbee, in the last century, was adamant: “Civilizations die from suicide, not by murder.”
“The contemporary historians of ancient Greece and Rome have seen their civilization begin the decline and fall, both the Greeks and Romans attributed to falling birth because nobody wanted the responsibility of raising children.”
Everywhere in Europe there are signs of change. In more than thirty schools subject to the authority of the Church of England, Muslim students have outnumbered the Christians. In a primary school Anglican “100 percent of the students are Muslim.” The Church of England estimates that in twenty of its schools there are more students that Christians and Muslims in fifteen Catholic schools, Muslim students are the majority. In Germany there are fears of a massive influx of Muslims in the school system and the German teachers openly denounce the threat of a “ghettoization”.
A new report has just revealed that last year 34,000 children were born in France less than in 2014. The number of French women who have children reached its lowest level in 40 years. A low birth rate has become a scourge throughout Europe: “In 1995, only one country, Italy, had more people over 65 than under 15; today, there are thirty countries and in 2020 will be thirty-five. ” Welcome “aging Europe”.
Moreover, if it were not for Muslim women, France would have an even lower birth rate: “With a fertility rate of 3.5 children per woman, the Algerian contributes significantly to the growth of the population in France” he wrote the famous demographer Gérard-François Dumont. 
Thanks to Muslim migrants, maternity wards of hospitals in Sweden are crowded lately. 
In Milan, Italy’s financial hub, named the most fashionable among infants is Mohammed. The same applies to London, in the four largest cities in the Netherlands and elsewhere in Europe, from Brussels to Marseille. Islam, not Christianity, now permeates the view and the European imagination.
Meanwhile, European leaders are almost all without children. In Germany, Angela Merkel has noneW as the British prime minister Theresa May and one of the leading candidates in the French presidential, Emmanuel Macron. Since European leaders have no children and no reason to worry about the future (all ends with them), they are now opening up the borders of Europe to maintain balance in the demographic balance of the continent. “I believe that Europeans should understand that we need migration for our economies and our welfare systems, with the current demographic trend to be sustainable,” said Federica Mogherini, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs.
The Battle of Tours in 732 marked the setback of the Muslim wave in Western Europe. If Christians had not won, “perhaps,” wrote Edward Gibbon, “the interpretation of the Quran would be taught in the classrooms of Oxford, and our pulpits would be trodden by those who preach the holy truth of Muhammad’s revelation”. These words do not sound familiar these days?
The Islamists give greater weight to the culture and history than do Westerners. Recently, in Paris, an Egyptian terrorist tried to hit the Louvre. He wanted to deface the museum’s works of art, he said, because the Louvre “is a powerful symbol of French culture.” We think of an extremist Islamic shouting “Allahu Akbar” ripping the Mona Lisa. This is the trend that we have to begin to reverse.