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Euro-Arab Dialogue

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Submitted by Peter G. Jones (United States), Oct 19, 2005 at 14:04

Daniel Pipes:

Surely you know all about the Euro-Arab Dialogue(EAD), and its histoire triste. I have read/studied about Islam, past and present, since the First Gulf War. Exquisitely to the point here are most of Bat Ye'or's articles and a couple of the books, most relevant here: Eurabia:The Euro-Arab Axis.

My question to you and everybody else who writes on the subject of the Islamification of Europe:

Why ...don't you talk factually about Old Europe's Faustian Pact with the oil Devils...? Started by the French and codified starting in 1973, EEC Nations agreed to support Arab positions in Foreign policy, to accept vast numbers of Muslim immigrants into Europe, and to push Arab language and Muslim Kultur--basically in exchange for an assured supply of oil. In numerous regularly scheduled successive meeetings and conferences EEC basically adopted Judeophobia as part of its foerign policy. The terms of the accumulated agreements virtually assured the rapid arrival in Europe of millions of Arabs/Muslims without ANY indication of plans or even desires to assimilate--making eventual "unrest" a statistical lock. Hence: Van Gogh murders, the current exodus of Dutch from Holland to points further West, and so on ad nauseum. EAD. Look it up. Looks like Islamified Europe is well ahead of Bernard Lewis' prediction of mid-century--accelerated by the collusion of Old Europe, with La Belle France leading the charge. Go figure. The French North African colonial "empire" is only now reaching its potential.

Between the deafening silence on that score and the fact that only Rush Limbaugh has had the common sense to speak up about our own very long Constitutional Process as a standard of comparison with what the Iraqis have accomplished in an amazingly brief interval after 30 years of Hell--I am mad enough to chew nails and ... (euphemism here out of respect for your sensibilites) rivets.

I will vastly appreciate your reply. I am convinced that you, along with most knowledgeable people, are far too optimistic regarding Islam in toto.

My reading of its history shows Islam to be venemously xenophobic and morally paralyzed by hatred and envy of the West. How can their fellow Semites, the Jews, be descended from Apes and Pigs, unless that same is true of Arabs--who acknowledge the common ancestory back to the Flood.?? Just a couple of thoughts from a dry brain in a dry time before the rains arrive.

Peter G. Jones PhD
LTC, USA (ret)
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Daniel Pipes replies:

I respect Bat Ye'or's work on the Euro-Arab Dialogue but don't see it as key as she does. Rather, I see a more diffuse set of factors behind the circumstances in which Europe know finds itself.

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