Former UK PM David Cameron lectures Donald Trump: It is “wrong to project terrorism as Christianity-Islam clash”. By Christine Douglass-Williams.
When Cameron says “wrong” what he means is “politically incorrect.” However, it is factually correct.
Despite what might appear to Cameron, like it or not, the global jihad is in part focused upon subjugating Judeo-Christian democracies under the hegemony of Islamic law. Islamic expansionists have declared war on Christianity, on apostates, on Israel, on Zionists, and indeed on every religion and doctrine that does not align with the Sharia.
If Cameron is looking for someone to whom to direct his advice, it should be Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who — in his quest to revive the Ottoman Empire — has in fact declared the “coming war between the cross and the crescent.” Erdogan has also meddled in Europe’s business, accusing the EU of starting “a new battle between Islam and Christianity following a ruling permitting employers to ban headscarves.” …
Vast Christian persecution, the murder of apostates, the content of the Islamic fiqh, the supremacist foundation of the Sharia, and the expansionist goals of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the Muslim Brotherhood all seem to have escaped the attention of David Cameron.
Currently in the West good times have created weak men. As the saying goes:
Hard times create strong men.
Strong men create good times.
Good times create weak men.
Weak men create hard times.
hat-tip Stephen Neil