In Germany and all over Europe there are more and more mosques. How many there are and what an impact they have on society doesn’t seem to interest some governements at all. In Germany for instance, there are no exact state surveys based on this topic.
Below is listed some information probably very few of our citizens know about :
The building of mosques is an essential part of the Islamic mission strategy « Da’wa » (in arabic «دعوة» ) which, with all possible methodes wants to achieve a spreading of the Islam. « Da’wa » is the Islamic call to « true faith » which is based on a well-thought-out and intense publicity. Despite all the effort, « Da’wa » has only a slight intention to convert individuals to the Islamic god Allah. Their real goal is to change all the structures and institutions of society as much as possible, so that the Islamic religion can gain an increasing influence. « Da’wa » is supposed to overcome the neutrality of the secular country in comparison to its « religion » — although the Islam isn’t a religion in its entirety. On the other hand it’s also supposed to overcome the prevailing « disbelief » of humans regarding the Islam, by building up a conformable Islamic society.
While preparing and even while practically playing out the Islamic mission strategy, mosques provide an ideal retreat place in a country which hasn’t submitted itself to the Islam yet. The people working in the mosques take particular care that society, including politics, media and justice is bound to pay attention to the Islamic affairs.
After a while the leadership élite of the Islam will push the political managers of the European countries more or less voluntarily to adjust their applicable law to the Islamic legislation by using the highly controversial topics of « tolerance » and « integration ».
Mosques are not only prayer and meeting places for moslems, but also educational locations to reform a liberal democracy of a country into an Islamic state – with or without any violence.