Muslims gathered at Trafalgar Square in London, England, for their annual Eid in the Square, an Islamic festival held the first Saturday after their religious holiday of Eid al-Fitr. This triumphalist event, which marks the end of Ramadan, began in 2006 and has been hosted by the Mayor of London’s office and terror-tied Islamic groups.
In 2019, England’s Muslim population smashed the three million mark. According to the Office for National Statistics analysis, some parts of London are now almost 50 percent Islamic.
The event normally sees attendances of over 25,000 Muslims. There are live music performances, market stalls, poetry, speakers, and many controversial celebrity guest appearances. The event includes Qu’ran recitations and the Islamic call to prayer, which declares the supremacy of Allah of Islam. Tomas Samuel, a former imam, says that according to Islamic text, the Muslim call to prayer “shows power and control over the country.” Ex-Muslim Ridvan Aydemir likens the call to prayer to a “warlike declaration” and implores European and North American cities to ban it.
On May 7, 2021, the last Friday of Ramadan, British-Bangladeshi Muslim Kazi Shafiqur Rahman broadcast the Islamic call to prayer (adhan) through a PA system on London’s iconic Tower Bridge. The event was organized by a terror-tied mosque and an extremist who preaches hate, terrorism, antisemitism, anti-gay, and Islamic supremacism. See the full story here.
Extremists Behind the Event
The event was organized by the Islamic supremacist Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, with the support of the Eid Committee (a voluntary organization that represents various Muslim community groups and organizations in London). The official media partner for the event is anti-Hindu news station Zee News. Partners of the festival include terror-tied organizations such as the Muslim Council of Britain and Islamic Relief.
While some Muslims are looking to take power through terrorist attacks, others aim to transform Western society from within. Either through the strength of arms, or subversion, or the subtle imposition of Islamification of territory through the rhetoric of tolerance, multiculturalism, and interfaith.
Is multiculturalism or other religions mentioned by any Islamic leaders, promoted in Islamic press, or appears in any form in Muslim countries? The west is told to embrace multiculturalism & respect each other’s beliefs, ideals & values. However, Islam does not reciprocate. Multiculturalism, like interfaith, is a one-way bridge for Islam to penetrate the West.