As the leader of the free world abdicates, the forces of oppression, subjugation and dehumanization arise. Stands to reason, doesn't it? Evil loves a vacuum. Check out al-Reuters' headline, "Moderate Islamists." It would be funny if it weren't so fatal. There is not moderate Islam. The Prime Minister of Turkey schooled President Obama in this. There is no moderate Islam, there is no extreme Islam, Islam is Islam. As for the term Islamist, it is another construct of fantasists. Islamic vs. Islamist: An Artificial Distinction -- Atlas Shrugs
An 18 year old Muslim student, from Western University and born in Mississauga had this to say about the distinction between Islam and Islamism:
"case and point on why you dont understand Islam. No one makes this distinction [between Islam and Islamism] other then the Western world, for the sake of having a tidy little system to classify everything. Our religion and political ideology are one. Furthermore, I really wouldnt use the term islamist or Islamism. Many muslims, including myself, find the term deeply offensive."
In other words, IN CANADA, there is an entire generation of Muslims who openly subscribe to 'Islamism' as indistinguishable from Islam.
The bottom line is that moderate Morocco is going Islam, abandoning secularism. The power, influence and cultural superiority of Western civilization wanes as Western leaders abandon the age of reason. And the once utterly defeated barbarism of a seventh-century totalitarian ideology rises yet again amid genocidal aspirations and imperialist dreams. Tunisia, Libya, Yemen, Egypt, Morocco .....
Islamist party claims Moroccan election win
By Reuters 11/26/2011
Moderate Islamist Justice and Development Party says it won the largest number of seats in parliamentary elections.
RABAT - The Justice and Development Party (PJD) said it had won the largest number of seats in Morocco's parliamentary election on Friday.
"Based on reports filed by our representatives at polling stations throughout the country, we are the winners. We won Rabat, Casablanca, Tangier, Kenitra, Sale, Beni Mellal and Sidi Ifni to cite just a few," Lahcen Daodi, second in command of the moderate Islamist party, told Reuters.
Our party has won the highest number of seats," he added.
Government officials could not immediately confirm the party's claim.
The PJD would be the second moderate Islamist party to lead a North African government since the start of the region's Arab Spring uprisings, following Tunisia.
Daodi could not give a figure for the number of seats his party had won in the 395-member House of Representatives.
Mustapha Al Khalfi, a member of the PJD's politburo, also said the party had won the election but sounded a note of caution.
"We have to wait for the final results because there was a lot of fraud, so we hope that it will not cost us what should be a resounding victory for our party," he said.