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Under the guise of letting go of the Christian holidays, this text provides Muslims with a waiver to add Islamic holiday. ... Six Belgian senators introduced a draft resolution in the Belgian Parliament that would make "Islamophobia" a crime punishable by fines and imprisonment. A person would be guilty if he "considers Islam to be violent, threatening or supportive of terrorism…" or "considers Islam to be a political ideology, used for political and military purposes to establish it hegemony." If passed, the law would pose a devastating blow to the exercise of free speech in Belgium.
Wallonia, the French-speaking southern region of Belgium, has officially renamed the four major Christian holidays on the Belgian school calendar with secular names.
Critics of the move say it reflects an ongoing effort by politicians in Belgium to remove Christianity from public life to accommodate a burgeoning Muslim population.
The dust-up in Wallonia comes just months after city officials in Brussels removed the traditional Christmas tree in city's Gothic central square and replaced it with a politically correct structure of abstract minimalist art.
Critics accused the Socialist mayor of Brussels, Freddy Thielemans, of declaring war on Christmas by installing the "multicultural" structure of lights to avoid offending the city's growing Muslim population.
Historically, a 20 meter (65 foot) fir tree taken from the forests of the Ardennes has adorned the city's main square, the Grand-Place. In 2012, however, it was replaced with a 25 meter (82 foot) new-age-like structure of lighted boxes (see picture here). In addition, the traditional Christmas Market in downtown Brussels was renamed as "Winter Pleasures 2012."
The mayor's office, where more than half of the city's eleven councilors are either Muslim or Socialist or both, said the non-tree -- which cost the taxpayers of Brussels a total of €44,000 ($57,000), compared to €5,000 for the traditional tree -- was part of a theme celebrating "light."
According to the authors of the resolution, a person would be guilty of Islamophobia if he or she:
[list=][*]Considers Islam to be a single monolithic bloc, closed and static, incapable of adapting to new situations;
[*]Considers Islam to be separate and "different," devoid of having any aims or shared values with other cultures, not influenced by other cultures and not influencing other cultures;
[*]Considers Islam to be inferior to the West, to be barbaric, irrational, primitive and sexist;
[*]Considers Islam to be violent, threatening and supportive of terrorism, actively engaged in a 'clash of civilizations';
[*]Considers Islam to be a political ideology, used for political and military purposes to establish its hegemony;
[*]Rejects out of hand criticisms made by Islam of 'the West';
[*]Shows hostility towards Islam to justify discrimination and social exclusion of Muslims;
[*]Accepts hostility toward Muslims as natural and normal.[/list]
This definition of Islamophobia, which is based on a 1997 report published by the London-based Runnymede Trust, would effectively outlaw any critical discussion of Islam in Belgium under the guise of combating racism.[/quote]
Belgium Erasing Christianity for Islam
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