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Muslims take over Munich's Luitpold Park for breaking fast and praying

Updated: Apr 8, 2022

Luitpoldpark is a public park in the Schwabing-West borough of Munich, Germany. The park was built in the early 20th century, in order to preserve green space in the growing city. It was named in honor of the Bavarian Prince Regent Luitpold in 1911 to commemorate the prince's 90th birthday. It is 33 hectares (82 acres) in size.

On June 1, 2019, about three thousand Muslims held a "fast break" in Munich's Luitpoldpark. The nightly scene was flooded with lights and a demonstrative public praying was held, praising Allah as the greatest god loudly on the microphone, harassing passers-by.

The video of the eerie scene (below), taken by a shocked Munich citizen, reminiscent of nocturnal marches of the National Socialists, after all, it is in both cases, even to public demonstrations of power.

Among the participating Muslim organizations were the Turkish nationalist associations "DITIB" and Turkish "Islamic Community Millî Görüs" as well as the "Muslim Relief" interwoven with the Muslim Brotherhood.

The Islamic take-over of territory was organized by the Muslim Council Munich, flanked by the Migration Advisory Board and supported by the intercultural agency of the Social Affairs Department of the City of Munich.

Muslims holding "fast break" in Luitpold Park in Munich, Germany 2019

After all, Islamic Community Milli Görüs was banned in the modern Atatürk Turkey because of extremist tendencies, until Erdogan abrogated this after his seizure of power, a "fine" society, in which the political colored 'red-black' (Socialists and Christian Socialists) city government goes.

In Germany, the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution sees in this organization an anti-democratic understanding of the state and the rejection of Western democracies.

The Turkish 'Führer' Erdogan has been talking for years about "leading Islam victoriously westward". Erdogan sees Turkey as a "world power" that should "vaccinate Europe with Turkish culture" so that the continent will soon be "Turkish".

Thus fueled, many a trailer leads to enthusiastic visions such as "Erdogan my guide, give us the command and we smash Germany".

Officials of the Turkish colonization authority "DITIB" see in Erdogan consequently their "Supreme Commander", to which the DITIB offspring organizes pilgrimages in this country. In the "Neue Züricher Zeitung" this organization is attributed the name "Parallel Associate".

In the illustrious round of fundamentalist associations in this public fast break is also "Islamic Relief" represented, which is regarded by the Federal Office of Protection of the Constitution as an institution in the network of action of the Muslim Brotherhood. Right in the middle of it all: Imam Bajrambejamin Idriz with his "Munich Forum for Islam", one of the biggest spiders in the German Islamisation network.

The tolerance-hungry editor of the Süddeutsche Zeitung (Pia Ratzesberger) is pleased about this in her eyes "open" feast and quoted from the political speech of Seyma Yüksel, headscsarf wearing member of the Board of the Muslim Council, who complains about alleged "racist" and "populist" parties.

She says into the microphone: "We have a problem and that's called racism." She talks about the European elections, about the populists and nationalists who have moved back into parliament. Discrimination when looking for a job or an apartment. From now on, the Muslim Council Munich will offer a form that can be used to report any discrimination: "Any incident that is not reported will be lost."

And there are many. The form is online now, but over the past few weeks she has collected more than a hundred cases, says Yüksel after her speech on the sidelines. Especially women with headscarves are approached, insulted and pushed at bus stops, insulted on the street. Anyone who wears a headscarf is mobbed every day, sometimes several times, says Seyma Yüksel. That's another reason why breaking fast in the Luitpoldpark is so important.

In their political fight against right-wing party AfD, the dark red-black-ruled city of Munich supports these Mohammedans to the best of their ability.

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