Spanish citizens are under constant threat by Islamic migrants who have illegally entered their country. Yet, despite the dangers and instability, the illegals pose to Spaniards, especially Christians, the country’s left-wing government led by Pedro Sánchez has been unwilling to close its borders, properly vet illegals or deport potential terrorists. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that illegal Muslim migrants have attacked Christians during their Holy Week.
This past Thursday, underage Islamic migrants tried to violently stop an Easter procession in Granada, a city in southern Spain’s Andalusia (Al-Andalus when under Islamic rule) region. Fortunately, police quickly intervened and prevented any serious incidents.
The procession lasted for an hour and a half before the Muslims pelted the Christians with different missiles. All of these projectiles came from a migrant shelter.
The political party president of Vox Granada, Onofre Miralles, condemned the events through his networks:
“Yesterday I had the honor of accompanying the procession. I was informed that objects were thrown at the procession from the reception center for underage migrants. They are directed against our culture and our tradition. I demand action on the part of the Region of Andalusia”.
Ayer tuve el honor de acompañar a la @Pasionyestrella en su Estación de Penitencia.— Onofre Miralles Martín (@onofremiralles) April 15, 2022
Me informaron que, desde el centro de MENAs Bermúdez de Castro,lanzaron objetos a la procesión. Están en contra de nuestra cultura y en contra nuestra tradición.
Exijo medidas a @AndaluciaJunta pic.twitter.com/vmVjx3Fu2k
For years, the Islamic State and other jihadists groups have called on Muslims to reconquer al-Andalus, including Osama Bin Laden. Evicted five centuries ago by crusading Christians, jihadists have historically dreamed of, and worked towards, regaining the “lost Caliphate” of Spain. Not only have all the leaders of the global jihad repeatedly threatened they will reclaim the region, but they urge their soldiers hiding in Spain to attack.
Al-Andalus is the Arabic name given to those parts of Spain, Portugal and France occupied by Muslim conquerors (also known as the Moors) from 711 to 1492. Many Muslims believe that territories Muslims lost during the Christian Reconquest of Spain still belong to the realm of Islam. They claim that Islamic law gives them the right to re-establish Muslim rule there.
In Islam, any territory Muslims have conquered is forever considered an Islamic territory. Muslims claim this gives them a legal right to apply whatever means necessary to take their land, should non-muslim locals ever regain control.
Another Religious Attack
Last Sunday, North Africans tried to attack an Easter procession in El Vendrell (Tarragona) on Palm Sunday. The Islamic migrants attempted to block the Christian’s path to prevent the march. Area residents asked the illegals for respect, a request they ignored and instead grew more confrontational.
The local police intervened to protect the procession and were assaulted by the migrants. The police arrested two of the five migrants responsible. The officers received applause from those Christians. Unfortunately, the other three illegals were able to escape.