WETZLAR u Islam is slowly but surely taking a grip on the European
culture, warns the German journalist and university lecturer Udo
Ulfkotte. Traditional values, customs and judicial standards are
gradually customized to meet Muslim requirements.
As Ulfkotte explained at a meeting of Christian Democrats in Wetzlar,
March 8, more and more institutions are making allowances for Muslims.
Many banks, he said, are abandoning the so-called piggy banks, because
they are afraid of losing Muslim customers. Muslims regard the pig as
an unclean animal.
German butchers who sell pork are targeted by Muslim extremists,
according to Ulfkotte. Muslims occasionally spit on sausages on sale
at open-air markets.
In some European cities Muslim taxi drivers refuse to transport dogs,
even blind persons with guide dogs. Two schools in Berlin have
installed two separate entrances u one for German Christians and Jews
and the other for Muslim Arabs and Turks.