Patsy McGarry talking to Young Muslims in Ireland.

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Are Muslims in Ireland either in denial or ignoring the jihadist threat here?


Anybody read Patsy McGarry interview with young Muslims in Ireland. Patsy raises the elephant in the room by bringing up the issues of radicalization in Ireland. We already know that several 'Irish' jihadists have traveled overseas to wage jihad. When McGarry brings it up bu mentioning how Inman Umar al-Qadri has warned about this increasing radicalization the answer is "I really dislike Umar al-Qadri." To which of course there is no comeback from McGarry.

"Patsy McGarry: Imam Umar al-Qadri has raised the issue of radicalisation among young Muslims at certain mosques in Ireland. Al-Qadri says extremism exists here, even if the numbers are small. “Maybe it is only 100, but we as Muslims must condemn them and we must not remain silent . . . because these people will spread the cancer of extremism to the Muslim youth,” he has said. His claims have not been supported by other Muslim leaders in Ireland. Is there truth to his claims?
Houssam: I’m the senior youth co-ordinator for Muslim Youth Ireland, and I really dislike Umar al-Qadri. I don’t understand where he’s coming from. How dare he say the Muslim youth are radicalised when he hasn’t been to lunch with the youth? [As far as I know] he hasn’t come to the youth centre in Blanchardstown, to the Dundrum one, or the one in Clonskeagh. So what youth is he speaking about?
Yara: He doesn’t represent most Muslims."


What is it like to grow up Muslim in Ireland?
 


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Good thread and interesting OP ... but it seriously needs some porn.
 

Mick Mac

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Patsergrey should talk to them. Open their eyes up a bit. Shake the prudish religion out of them.

Mick
 

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With yer mans name being patser something, I though for sure there'd be ahem images to help with explaining the OP.
 

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Are Muslims in Ireland either in denial or ignoring the jihadist threat here?


Anybody read Patsy McGarry interview with young Muslims in Ireland. Patsy raises the elephant in the room by bringing up the issues of radicalization in Ireland. We already know that several 'Irish' jihadists have traveled overseas to wage jihad. When McGarry brings it up bu mentioning how Inman Umar al-Qadri has warned about this increasing radicalization the answer is "I really dislike Umar al-Qadri." To which of course there is no comeback from McGarry.

"Patsy McGarry: Imam Umar al-Qadri has raised the issue of radicalisation among young Muslims at certain mosques in Ireland. Al-Qadri says extremism exists here, even if the numbers are small. “Maybe it is only 100, but we as Muslims must condemn them and we must not remain silent . . . because these people will spread the cancer of extremism to the Muslim youth,” he has said. His claims have not been supported by other Muslim leaders in Ireland. Is there truth to his claims?
Houssam: I’m the senior youth co-ordinator for Muslim Youth Ireland, and I really dislike Umar al-Qadri. I don’t understand where he’s coming from. How dare he say the Muslim youth are radicalised when he hasn’t been to lunch with the youth? [As far as I know] he hasn’t come to the youth centre in Blanchardstown, to the Dundrum one, or the one in Clonskeagh. So what youth is he speaking about?
Yara: He doesn’t represent most Muslims."


What is it like to grow up Muslim in Ireland?
Imam Umar al-Qadri

I have met this man

- he is a gentleman

But obviously there are points of difference between us on unrestricted immigration and bringing yet more people into Ireland
 

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Al Qadri belongs to a small, open and tolerant Muslim sect that is despised by the dominant Sunni Muslim population in Ireland.

I believe he was physically assaulted recently when he approached the Clonskeagh mosque.
 

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Im not as concerned about Ahmadi Muslims because they are moderates. I am very concerned about Wahhabis. Ahmadis are not even recognised as Muslims in most Muslim countries because of their moderation and emphasis on individual interpretation of the Koran. They are only 1% of Muslims probably.
 

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Al Qadri belongs to a small, open and tolerant Muslim sect that is despised by the dominant Sunni Muslim population in Ireland.

I believe he was physically assaulted recently when he approached the Clonskeagh mosque.
That will teach him!

Mick
 

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Im not as concerned about Ahmadi Muslims because they are moderates. I am very concerned about Wahhabis. Ahmadis are not even recognised as Muslims in most Muslim countries because of their moderation and emphasis on individual interpretation of the Koran. They are only 1% of Muslims probably.
I don't think Al-Qadri is Ahmadi. Have you evidence to back that up?
 

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Im not as concerned about Ahmadi Muslims because they are moderates. I am very concerned about Wahhabis. Ahmadis are not even recognised as Muslims in most Muslim countries because of their moderation and emphasis on individual interpretation of the Koran. They are only 1% of Muslims probably.
Islam is suffering from a lack of internal dissent which is unfortunate for Islam and Muslims, especially as this state of affairs is not how it was in antiquity. Yes Wahhabism (which is relatively new and branched out from the opinion of just one fanatic) and it's British and American sponsors share most of the blame for this. Too many Muslims unfortunately associate this refusal to entertain dissent as a strength and a sign of 'purity' - when it is just overbearing religious constipation.
 

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Are Muslims in Ireland either in denial or ignoring the jihadist threat here?,
Al Qadri belongs to a small, open and tolerant Muslim sect that is despised by the dominant Sunni Muslim population in Ireland.

I believe he was physically assaulted recently when he approached the Clonskeagh mosque.
He is a Sunni. I never said he was Ahmadi. I was making a broader point.

The Clonskeagh, SCR and other mosques should be closed and their adherents deported. They are all extremist filth, as are the Talbot St Sufis. Al Qadri is MI6/CIA and is promoted as a moderate so they control both sides, just as with PIRA/UFF.

The mosques, rather than the Irish people, are being allowed dictate immigration policies and immigration rates. Ireland does not need these parasites to add to the Sinn Fein lot
 

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Are Muslims in Ireland either in denial or ignoring the jihadist threat here?


Anybody read Patsy McGarry interview with young Muslims in Ireland. Patsy raises the elephant in the room by bringing up the issues of radicalization in Ireland. We already know that several 'Irish' jihadists have traveled overseas to wage jihad. When McGarry brings it up bu mentioning how Inman Umar al-Qadri has warned about this increasing radicalization the answer is "I really dislike Umar al-Qadri." To which of course there is no comeback from McGarry.

"Patsy McGarry: Imam Umar al-Qadri has raised the issue of radicalisation among young Muslims at certain mosques in Ireland. Al-Qadri says extremism exists here, even if the numbers are small. “Maybe it is only 100, but we as Muslims must condemn them and we must not remain silent . . . because these people will spread the cancer of extremism to the Muslim youth,” he has said. His claims have not been supported by other Muslim leaders in Ireland. Is there truth to his claims?
Houssam: I’m the senior youth co-ordinator for Muslim Youth Ireland, and I really dislike Umar al-Qadri. I don’t understand where he’s coming from. How dare he say the Muslim youth are radicalised when he hasn’t been to lunch with the youth? [As far as I know] he hasn’t come to the youth centre in Blanchardstown, to the Dundrum one, or the one in Clonskeagh. So what youth is he speaking about?
Yara: He doesn’t represent most Muslims."


What is it like to grow up Muslim in Ireland?
It can't be " the elephant in the room " if he broached the subject, can it ?
 


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