Ally of Angela Merkel says Islam is not part of Germany
Head of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative bloc in parliament, Volker Kauder, told the Passauer Neue Presse on Thursday that "Islam is not part of our tradition and identity in Germany and so does not belong to Germany." The remarks are sure to stir controversy as the government hosts a conference to improve the integration of Muslims.What's the point if they're not willing to integrate?
A row over whether an ultra-conservative Salafist Muslim group should be allowed to hand out millions of free German translations of the Koran to non-Muslims had already raised tensions and threatened to overshadow the conference.Considering that it's a blatant effort to convert Germans to Islam, there's good reason to worry about this plan of theirs.
Pamela Geller discussed this on Sun TV. It remains again to be seen if Kauder will stand by her words and make clear that the Religion of Rape doesn't have a place in Germany, or anywhere for that matter. But sadly, it is possible she might go back on her word.