Mosque Meeting in Kilkenny Ireland Sparks Outrage By Local People
Local people in Kilkenny Ireland attended a meeting to discuss the building of a mosque in the city. Tensions flared between those who oppose and members of the Islamic community. Who wish to build their 5 million euro centre adjacent to the local town shopping centre.
The one question people have to ask themsleves is where is the financing coming for these mosques? During the peak of the migrant crisis in 2016. Saudi Arabia, one of the richest Arab nations, did not take any migrants within it’s borders. Yet offered to build 120 mosques across Germany for the new arrivals?
We are seeing more and more of a push for the local indigenous population of europe to open up to mass immigration. Ireland 2040, a proposal by the government discusses a potential 1 million new citizens being added to the naton over the next 20 years. Yet, has not discussed or offered any information on who these people are, or where these new arrivals will come from? (The Barcelona declaration)
‘This is Kilkenny, not Mecca’:
Angry opposition to mosque proposal Angry scenes marred a public-information meeting. About a planned mosque that took place in Kilkenny on Thursday evening. Most of the audience members who made comments said they opposed the planned €5 million development. Which includes a mosque, community hall, library, accommodation, halal shop and cafe.
They said it might be close to a burial ground and could have a negative effect on local traffic and parking. John McGuinness’s brother Eugene, who lives in the area, said to applause:
“I have walked to every door in this area, all the housing estates, and 99.9 per cent of people do not want this building to go ahead.”
His objection was to do with planning, not religion, he added. Deputy John McGuinness called for calm and explained. That if people present wanted to make an objection they could do so. He said that the closing date for objections was April 19.
If anyone would like to know what one small city, which started out with just one mosque, looks like after a few decades. Simply go to Luton in the UK, which now has 25 mosques spread across it’s buroughs. Women walking the streets in full face veil. And no integration with the local community. This is the future for Kilkenny and Ireland.