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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    They can still live in it. No one is forcing them to pray.
    So you are saying non-Muslims can live in mosques?

    What do they do when the muslims need to pray?

    will you allow their women to live with them or will they have to be kept separate like you keep muslim women separate in mosques?

    and Importantly will they be able to display their own religious symbols or eat pork or even the odd beer?
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Muslims are converting in Germany just so they can have greater safety.
    You don't think things through very clearly, do you? They are converting so that they can claim they will be persecuted for apostasy if they are sent back.

    Interestingly, it shows they know full well how barbaric Islam is to those who try to leave - and that they are prepared to cynically exploit that barbarity for their own benefit.
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    They need to throw in some Salafi Imams too, really hammer home the policy.



    (Original post by LenaSim)
    Blatant mockery. They are laughing their asses off at Europe. Disgusting.
    I truly believe that.


    Europe is a like a low class ***** getting ****ed in the ass
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Muslims are converting in Germany just so they can have greater safety. But no one is complaining about that.
    But it does mean the Germans know that muslims will kill them for doing it if they were ever to be sent back home so they will not be sent home.

    Does this make you fell proud of your faith?
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    Why should Germany put mosques everywhere? The migrants should be made to integrate
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    Clueless! How can a place of worship be comfortable for daily living? Germany is a rich modern European country, not a mediaeval desert waste. Why isn't Germany outside a mosque safe for them? Why don't the Saudis offer, rather more sensibly, to build proper homes for them? Is this the limit of Islamic thinking on caring for people?
    There are people who can and do live in mosques.

    Why don't you ask the Saudis this?
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    (Original post by BaconandSauce)
    So you are saying non-Muslims can live in mosques?

    What do they do when the muslims need to pray?

    will you allow their women to live with them or will they have to be kept separate like you keep muslim women separate in mosques?

    and Importantly will they be able to display their own religious symbols or eat pork or even the odd beer?
    I don't know.

    To your last question obviously not.
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    There are people who can and do live in mosques.

    Why don't you ask the Saudis this?
    Maybe a very few do, but not many, and it is hardly a sensible solution.

    Why should I ask the Saudis when we have one of their apologists handy?
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Muslims are converting in Germany just so they can have greater safety. But no one is complaining about that.

    It depends on the size of the mosque, and I'm sure it will be quite big.
    They are converting because they think it will give them a better chance of gaining asylum, they are not doing it to live in churches. It is irrelevant how big they are, Germany is already giving them housing.
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    Maybe a very few do, but not many, and it is hardly a sensible solution.

    Why should I ask the Saudis when we have one of their apologists handy?
    Ha ha

    My initial point was stating that Saudi should've accepted refugees long time ago.
    I wasn't even talking about the mosques.
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    If that report is true, the Saudis are quite clearly taking the p*ss. The Germans will never take them up on their offer, which would only create a bigger 'pull' factor to encourage more migrants to come to Europe.

    I wonder what would happen if the UK volunteered to go build a few hundred churches in Riyadh, Jeddah, Mecca and Medina...
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Ha ha

    My initial point was stating that Saudi should've accepted refugees long time ago.
    I wasn't even talking about the mosques.
    ...they still haven't
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    (Original post by HAnwar)

    To your last question obviously not.
    Why not I thought they would be able to enjoy the freedoms they have

    Do you support removing peoples freedoms in this way?
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    As long as the mosques also provide some form of aid to refugees such as food, shelter etc? Only then it'll be more useful for the refugees.
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Ha ha

    My initial point was stating that Saudi should've accepted refugees long time ago.
    I wasn't even talking about the mosques.
    My first post in this thread asked you to clarify what you meant. You didn't do so. The Saudis still haven't offered any useful help - just a useless and self-serving attempt at cultural invasion.
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    It would be a better idea to build houses/flats/hospitals/schools than 200 mosques - I think this is just a ridiculous idea.
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    My first post in this thread asked you to clarify what you meant. You didn't do so. The Saudis still haven't offered any useful help - just a useless and self-serving attempt at cultural invasion.
    I was answering your other questions first. Or can I not even do that?

    Either way it's better place to stay than on the streets. I would've said the same if it was a church or temple.
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    I was answering your other questions first. Or can I not even do that?

    Either way it's better place to stay than on the streets. I would've said the same if it was a church or temple.
    Most people are capable of answering more than one question per post, and certainly don't take multiple posts to get around to answering just one while ignoring the first.

    You think Germany is incapable of putting the refugees into something better than a mosque or on the streets, which will likely take years to plan and build? As I said before, you don't seem to think things through very well.
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    (Original post by HucktheForde)
    Saudi Arabia offers Germany 200 mosques - one for every 100 refugees who arrived last weekend




    Saudi Arabia offered to build 200 mosques for Muslim refugees in Germany. Above, three women talk inside the mosque during the opening of an info center for the prevention of Islamic extremism at Sehitlik mosque in Berlin, Germany Aug. 18, 2015. Reuters/Stefanie Loos



    Saudi Arabia has reportedly responded to the growing number of people fleeing the Middle East for western Europe – by offering to build 200 mosques in Germany.

    Syria’s richer Gulf neighbours have been accused of not doing their fair share in the humanitarian crisis, with Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman and the UAE also keeping their doors firmly shut to asylum-seekers.

    According to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, which quoted a report in the Lebanese newspaper Al Diyar, Saudi Arabia would build one mosque for every 100 refugees who entered Germany in extraordinary numbers last weekend.

    It would be unfair to suggest that the Gulf Arab states have done nothing to help the estimated four million Syrians who have fled their country since the start of the conflict in 2011.

    Just this week, the al Hayat newspaper reported that 500,000 Syrians had found homes in Saudi Arabia since the civil war began – as workers, not refugees.

    There have also been significant contributions from rich individuals towards the upkeep of refugee camps round the Syrian border, estimated by the BBC to total around $900 million (£600 million).

    But amid a history of competition between the Gulf states and Iranian-allied nations, there is a deep fear that allowing an influx of Syrian refugees could also let in Syrians loyal to Bashar al-Assad.

    There also exists a more general concern about demographic change, leaving the states opposed to the idea of welcoming refugees. In the UAE, foreign nationals already outnumber citizens by more than five to one.

    Back in Germany, Angela Merkel welcomed two refugee families at a home for asylum-seekers in the Berlin suburb of Spandau on Thursday.

    She told reporters after the visit: “Their integration will certainly take place in part via the children, who will learn German very quickly in kindergarten. And I hope and believe that the great majority will want to learn our language very quickly.”

    Whether she will welcome Saudi Arabia’s reported offer, which Al Diyar noted would “have to go through the federal authorities”, remains to be seen.

    Proposals for building mosques have an uneasy history in Germany. In July, when an Islamic center decided to convert a church in northern Germany into a mosque to accommodate its expanding following, locals protested. The Christian Democratic Union party requested the church not be changed, while one pastor recommended razing the building, the New York Times reported.

    In 2012, a mega mosque built by Turkey in Cologne sparked pushback as well. Islamic Turkish Associations were there "to challenge the sovereignty of Christianity in Cologne," Michael Höhne-Pattberg, identified as an anti-jihad activist, told CBN news at the time. Other locals in towns where Muslims populations were growing similarly criticized what they called the "Islamization" of their town.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wo...-10495082.html

    http://www.ibtimes.com/amid-muslim-r...ermany-2090905


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    LOL. They are obviously making fun of Germany, honestly, I didn't know Arabs had a sense of humour!
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    Saudi Arabia don't even like refugees let alone want to help them. They offer mosques to help spread Islam in the West. Common sense.
 
 
 
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