Alain Wagner: The reasons why Europe is being colonised by Muslims

Posted by Richard Friand  Published on Sep 30, 2017

Alain Wagner explains with evidence the reasons why Muslim countries blackmailed European countries and made t(thei)r leaders betray their people by accepting a process which aims eventually to have Europe colonized by Muslims.

Transcript to be added upon completion….

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Prospective strategic planning

In the area of prospective, strategic planning for the educational, scientific, cultural, and communicational resurgence of the Islamic world, the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization laid down twelve (12) strategies together with their implementation mechanisms. These strategies, alongside the “Islamic Declaration on Cultural Diversity“, the “Islamic Declaration for Sustainable Development“, and the “Jeddah Commitments for Sustainable Development“, the “Rabat Declaration on Child Issues in the Islamic World“, the “Tripoli Commitments on Renewing Cultural Policies in the Islamic World“, the “Action Plan on Renewing Cultural Policies in the Islamic World”, the “Programme on the Promotion of Renewable Energy in the Islamic Countries” and the “Khartoum Commitments: Towards a Brighter Future for Our Children” constitute a comprehensive framework for the “Strategy of Knowledge from an Islamic Viewpoint”. The Organization’s strategies are enumerated below according to their chronological order of adoption:

Strategy for Science, Technology and Innovation in the Islamic world

Implementation mechanisms of the Strategy for science and technology and innovation in Islamic countries

The Strategy for Islamic Cultural Action outside the Islamic World

Strategy for Benefiting from Muslim Competencies in the West

Strategy for bringing Muslim Madhahibs closer together

Strategy for Development of Biotechnology in the Islamic World

Strategy for management of water resources in the Islamic World

Implementation mechanisms of the Strategy for management of water resources in the Islamic World

Cultural Strategy for the Islamic World

Strategy for the Promotion of University Education in the Islamic World

Strategy of Cultural Takaful to Serve Muslim Developmental and Civilizational Causes

Strategy for ICTs Development in the Islamic World

Strategy for The Development of Cultural Tourism in the Islamic World

Strategy for the Development of Education in the Islamic World

Source – ISESCO

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The Strategy for Islamic Cultural Action outside the Islamic World
Adopted by the 9th Islamic Summit Conference

Preface Excerpt:

Aware of the importance of strategic action in planning and policy-making within its scope of competence, the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) has sought ever since its inception in 1982 to set criteria for orientation and research in education, science, culture and communication, the express aim being to meet all sorts of demands within the Islamic world in those vital areas…

…Against this backdrop, ISESCO devoted special attention to Muslims living outside the Islamic world, be they migrant minorities or original citizens. Under its successive action plans, it has devoted several programmes covering education, culture, science and communication to Muslims outside the Islamic world. It also contributed expertise, consultancy and qualification programmes, and conducted such activities as dispatching teachers, convening training sessions and specialized workshops, and publication of books, studies dealing with Muslim migrants’ vital issues in accordance with the values of Islamic civilization.

…Based on this fresh experience, ISESCO amended the Strategy for Islamic Cultural Action in the West, to meet the latest requirements and changes and to cover all Muslim communities and minorities in the world, particularly by broadening the scope of its title to become “the Strategy for Islamic Cultural Action outside the Islamic World”.

Dr. Abdulaziz Othman Altwaijri
ISESCO Director General

Mission Statement
Based on God’s Word “To each among you Have We prescribed a Law and a Way”, believing that the development and prosperity of nations are conditioned by the awareness of their civilizational identity and their planning for the future and being cognizant of the importance of the strategic cultural references and their role in renewing the civilizational edifice of the Islamic Ummah and the importance of prospective planning in the development of nations and civilizations, ISESCO, in collaboration with cultural centres and Islamic associations, has striven to provide a strategy guiding Islamic cultural action outside the Islamic world, motivated by many factors, chief of which are the following:

a. Principle of civilizational differentiation: It calls for awareness of the principles of Islamic civilizational peace, and for safeguarding Muslims’ cultural identity against the pitfalls of ideological and political trends which do not match our civilizational identity.

b. Awareness of the spiritual and moral dimensions: This is manifested in laying down the background and objectives, and specifying positions according to the relevant variables, needs and challenges.

c. Emphasis on the principle of cooperation: Cooperation and coordination among the parties involved in the Islamic cultural arena constitute a crucial factor towards developing the civilizational mission of cultural centres and Islamic associations.

d. Rising to the challenges facing the Islamic Ummah by calling upon the Muslim world to review the foundations, plans and objectives of the Islamic cultural action.

e. Strategic work: Aware that civilizational projects can materialize only when based on effective plans and strategies, the Organization has laid down several guiding strategies for the Islamic world in the cultural, educational and technological fields. And knowing that the immigrant Islamic communities constitute part of the Islamic nation, ISESCO has given, since its creation in 1982, particular importance to finding ways for preserving the Islamic identity of Muslims in non-Islamic countries. Therefore, the Organization has put forward this guiding policy for this community living outside the Islamic world so as to achieve certain objectives, chief of which are: – to emphasize the role of culture in preserving the Islamic immigrant communities,

– to bridge the gap between opinions, unify work methodologies, and consolidate cooperation links among the parties involved in the field of Islamic practice in the world,

– to rectify the notions and define the relevant terms and conjure up broader prospects for the Islamic cultural action outside the Islamic world,

– to provide an Islamic referentiality and a guiding policy enlightening our activities so as to safeguard them against alienation and seclusion.

The present strategy hinges on the following basic background principles:

First: Religious principle:the strategy concepts are based on the Islamic referentiality which views cultural action as an act of worship, and not merely a set of skills and techniques, emphasizing thereby the spiritual dimension for the desired global development of Muslims.

Second: The principle of balance: This principle is meant to strike a balance between the principles of authenticity and modernism. It aims at consolidating the values of religious and civilizational sense of belonging on the one hand, and openness vis-à-vis current concerns on the other. The rationale behind this is to preserve a link between these generations and their past and, at the same time, to prevent them from lagging behind.

Third: The principle of Comprehensiveness: This principle is based on the premise that the appropriate building of the civilization of any society should cater for the various cultural, social and educational concerns, stressing thereby the various dimensions of the Islamic civilizational model.

Fourth: Realistic principle: this principle is based on the premise that awareness of the current situation of Muslims in the West and the changes and novelties facing them is essential for achieving comprehensive cultural development. The fact that this strategy is based on a realistic principle makes it not only relevant and executable outside the Islamic world, but also flexible and interactive. While these strategies constitute merely a guiding policy, general principles and cursory signs, they can only accomplish their objectives by plans of action and programmes reflecting the nature of these strategies, and by the determination of the people involved in them as part of their working lives.

Contents
Preface ………………………5

Mission statement ………………………7

Chapter I: Motivations  ………………………9

Chapter II: Goals  ………………………21

Chapter III: Components of the Islamic Cultural Reality outside the Islamic World ………………………29

Chapter IV: Concepts and Foundations  ………………………35

Chapter V: The sociocultural Condition of Muslim Communities outside the Islamic World: Diagnosing the Current Situation and Anticipating the Future ………………………51

Chapter VI: Areas of Action  ………………………83

Chapter VII : Implementation and Follow-up Mechanisms  ………………………101

Conclusion ………………………107

Source – ISESCO

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