Italian Government Shuts Down Illegal Mosques And Tells Muslims To Obey The Law, Muslims Freak Out And Have Massive Prayer Demonstration In Front Of Coliseum, Italian Government Stands By Its Word And Doesn’t Back Down


Good for Italy for standing up to the Muslims. Likewise, it is fitting that Muslims should pray in front of the Coliseum. After all, it was a place where many Christians were martyred out of hatred for Christ, and how more fitting that Muslims, whose religion hates Christ, should make their disrespectful petitions as close as possible to the place where Christians were martyred:

An imam led the group in chants of ‘Allah Akbar’ which means ‘God is great,’ as they kneeled to the ground facing the Colosseum. The protest was organized by a Bangladeshi group, Dhuumcatu, which has complained that smaller or more informal mosques in Rome have been branded illegal by authorities for building violations.

At least 1.6 million Muslims live in the country but there are only a handful of mosques officially registered with the Italian government. Most worship takes place in houses and Islamic cultural centres.

But, Italy’s Interior Minister Angelino Alfano said in August that ‘mini mosques in garages’ should not be allowed as it makes them difficult to monitor, possibly raising the risk of radicalisation. The Dhuumcatu Association, said police had closed three improvised mosques in Rome in last few months.

Sikdir Bulbul, 41, is an Italian citizen who has lived in Rome for 16 years. He said the mosque he helped establish in 2012 was shut down in September. He added: ‘Friday prayer is very important to us so today we have come to the Colosseum. Otherwise where else can we pray?’

The Colosseum has great significance in the largely Catholic country. It is generally regarded by Christians as a site of the martyrdom of believers during the Roman Empire’s persecution of the religion.

A cross now stands outside the building inscribed with the words: ‘The amphitheater, one consecrated to triumphs, entertainments, and the impious worship of pagan gods, is now dedicated to the sufferings of the martyrs purified from impious superstitions’. (source)

Muslims know darn well they can pray anywhere. This is clear as the sky on a sunny day. They chose to pray in front of the coliseum because of its significance to the martyrdom of Christians, and not that they are against it, but that they support it. Mark my words, if these people had the opportunity to do what the pagan Romans did to the Christians, they would as soon as it was advantageous to them.

You will never have peace with Muslims in society because Islam does not want it. The only peace that you will have is a hudna– a temporary armistice whose sole purpose is to stop the assault against the Muslims so they can reconstitute themselves, only to wage an attack later. There is never any peace in Islam- there is conquest or submission, but no peace.

Do not be fooled by these pleas for “religious tolerance.” Islam does not tolerate anything except Islam. It is simply a front to get themselves deeper into Italy with the intentions of making conquest later. This was nothing less than an attempted show of force, and kudos to the Italian government for shutting down the mosques and so far not backing down in the face of Muslim complaints. 



  • Julie

    Hideous site…next persecutor next to the Coliseum.

  • ezekiel22

    A show of force and a show of how persecuted the poor muslims are. Yet those same muslims are quiet about the persecution of christians elsewhere. They are tolerant of the assaults in the European countries as well as America yet want our sympathy? The hypocrisy of these “poor muslims” is that they are not wanting to fight for their countries preferring to be leeches.

  • filomena seiffert

    I think it is a desecration to the blood of the martyrs. The Christians that menage to survive in their countries are not aloud to worship in a public place like that. Is time to the people take charge; trow rotten eggs on them.

    • Julie

      Yes was sensing that as well…horrible people. Horrible.

  • Good on Italy for not giving in to the scums.

  • Lance

    They want a new law? Minarets & Ziggurats may be built 25 Kilometers offshore, not less than 50 Meters underwater.

  • Kamau41

    God bless big time the Italian Gov’t for not compromising or caving in and we pray and hope they don’t ever back down in the future.

  • SRN99

    Curse your Allah. He is deaf and dumb and even need a pedophile to be his prophet.

  • 1Bobby8

    It’s only common sense to want to be able to monitor people who are conspiring to take over a country. Where’s that common sense here in America? Brava Italia!!

  • rodolfo

    pork barbecue around the colosseum every friday would be nice with beer.

  • My own country, Canada has entered the early stages of welcoming this murderous cult. I start grinding my teeth when I hear of some ‘Christian’ group taking donations and giving support to ‘the refugees’. Except the thousands that have been brought here this year are not refugees as Trudeau claimed but were people already settled in apartments in Lebanon and Jordan. Am I intolerant? For some things absolutely yes. I would help anyone I saw hurt or in need along the way, even if it was a Muslim or homosexual. But I will help them not because they are Muslims and homosexuals. Rather in spite of that, only because they are human beings or appear to be so. Otherwise, no I have little to no tolerance for such leaven. It repulses me as true evil should.

  • SRN99

    Muslims should be thankful that they can stop wasting time praying to a pedophile God

  • Catbr

    Blast the loud speaker for all these muslims cluttering up the streets to leave the area immediately. Then start up the steam rollers to get rid of them when they have their heads glued to the pavement disobeying the order to leave.

  • Juan

    The situation in Italy is really serious. Every day arrive approximately 4000 (yes, four thousands) illegal immigrants to Italy. In some zones of Italian cities like Rome or Torino it’s difficult to find an Italian. If the situation doesn’t change Italy will be in few years in the same situation of France, that is millions of muslims and an inevitable Civil War.

    We have to add that Italy is a modern country and lack of cohesion between North and South (including Rome) and that Sicilia and some parts of Southern Italy are considered Islamic Lands by muslims.

    France and Italy are in a real mess without comparison with you can see in another countries.

    • Mattresses, garbage, filth, and feces all over the streets along with increasing rapes and mob attacks. It’s multi cultural enrichment! Maybe the Pope can go out weekly to wash and kiss their feet? Sorry for the sarcasm. Even Sicily? I would have thought the mafia would have something to say about that. Big trouble is coming. No doubt about it. Western culture turned from the Lord and rejected His ways. And here they find themselves.

      • Juan

        I understand perfectly your sarcasm that is 100% right. Popes like Francis or John Paul II, no mention to John XXIII and Paul VI have made a very big damage to Christendom.

        The West as a whole, the Western culture is responsible of having rejected God and now we have this really sad situation. Sometimes I think that western Christians will have to take refuge in Russia if this country wants to open their borders to us. Western Europe is really a crazy place to live in… muslims, atheists, leftists, feminists and also Neo-pagan nazis proposing themselves as the solution. It’s really sad to see Rome or Paris turned in muslim ghettos. For me is really sad and touch my soul but I cannot fight for “western values” of Freemasonry (left or right wing). I want to serve a Christian nation and being honest no one Western nation is Christian anymore.

        • I used to occasionally hear someone say the corruption of the west falls squarely on the church. I didn’t understand that then. But I understand it now. Failure to be salt and light. It’s like the corruption of the Jewish priests and how it washed over to infect the nation as a whole.
          I don’t know near enough about life in Russia but I believe they have been making great strides in a relatively short time after a long period of slavery. It is exciting to see. But the western elite don’t seem to like the competition. I think I could live in Russia, no problem. One of the first things I would do is join myself to the Orthodox church.

          • Juan

            I would do the same, Craig. I often think in two possibilities: migrate to Russia or start to grown Orthodox communities in the West.

          • filomena seiffert

            It is very difficult to be accept to be Russia’s citizen. Orthodox has the some problems, only on small scale because the church is smaller.

        • filomena seiffert

          John Paul II was a very good pope and had a very good heart

  • Julie

    Now I think, animals are better than them.

    • filomena seiffert

      No doubt ! animals are better then all of us.

  • Higlac

    NO, FAR worse than ANY animals!!!

  • Juan

    Just go to Umbria (region) with wonderful cities like Assisi or Spoleto, also nice historical villages like Norcia or Cascia and a splendid gastronomy. This region have no suffered yet the impact of massive muslim immigration / invasion. 😉

  • reyol

    The message of Mohammedans praying in the street is: We don’t have enough space to pray; build us some more mosques. I get a different message from the sight of Mohammedans in the street. Mine is: If the mosque won’t hold all the Mohammedans, we have too many.

    I hope and pray that Italy has the same understanding after closing down illegal mosques and getting a mass prayer formation in front of the Colliseum (which is a Christian shrine). Italy, you have too many. Turn the boats back. If the Mohammedans are praying in the streets, they are making application to be sent to a land with plenty of mosques. They are volunteering to be deported.

  • filomena seiffert

    I would like to see every macho who thinks woman is only an merchandise for their pleasure only, to be beaten to a pulp by woman

  • Juan

    Yes, Rome is a magnificent city. The Vatican is a place where I feel not very comfortable and masonic influence is on Saint Peter’s Basilica… if you pay attention you can see it and it’s sinister. I prefer San Giovanni in Laterano and Santa Maria Maggiore.

  • 1Bobby8

    Absolutely, you’re 100% correct.

  • filomena seiffert

    I have! it does not justify any evil.