Austria’s first baby born in 2018 was born to Muslim migrant parents. Did anyone expect such a vivid indicator of the seismic demographic shifts to the population of Austria (and Europe) would pass unremarked? This birth is not an exception: “Muhammed” came in third place in most popular male baby names in Austria for 2017. And Muhammad is the most popular first name given to baby boys in England and Wales.
News outlets have all been running stories about some of the negative comments the story generated. That’s sharia and it diverts from the real story here.
It is never hard to find the worst comment of any story. Of course, the media headlined the most inelegant comments. And those visceral comments are unacceptable.
People are right to be concerned. Every country subsumed by Islamization loses its freedom and humanity. Muslims are the only immigrant groups that come to the West with a ready-made model of society they believe to be superior and they work to impose it. Jihad terror, no-go zones, rape jihad, etc. are the norm as Muslim population grows.
People were attacked for their visceral reaction to news that Austria’s first born of the new year was Muslim. That’s sharia. What you never see is Quran and islamic teachings criticized, even in the wake of jihad attacks. On the contrary, in the aftermath of jihad carnage, we are told “Muslims are the real victims” because of potential “islamophobia.”
The President had to intervene? He ought to – by stopping the hijrah not criticizing those opposed to the invasion.
Austria’s president steps in over Islamophobic abuse of new year baby
The Telegraph, Abby Young-Powell, 7 January 2018:
Austria’s president was forced to intervene yesterday after the first child to be born in the country in 2018 was subjected to a torrent of racist online abuse when it emerged the new-born’s parents were Muslim.
President Alexander Van der Bellen, a 73-year-old liberal green politician, pointedly issued his congratulations to the girl, who was named Asel after being born in the early hours of New Year’s Day in Vienna.
“Welcome, Dear Asel!”, Mr Van der Bellen said in a Facebook post, before reminding those who left racist messages that “all men are born free and equal in dignity and rights”, and speaking out against “hatred and agitation”.
Asel Tamga was named “the first Viennese baby” of the year and her photo appeared in many local media outlets, with her mother wearing a hijab head-covering.
However the newborn girl was greeted not with good wishes, but hundreds of extreme Islamophobic comments posted to the Facebook page celebrating the birth.
“I’m hoping for a cot death,” one user wrote on Heute news site’s Facebook page, it reported. “Deport the scum immediately,” another said. Another netizen wrote: “Does the woman have cancer? Or why does she otherwise wear a headscarf?”
The outpouring of abuse came just two weeks after the far-Right Freedom Party (FPÖ) was invited to become the junior partner in Austria’s new government, numbering among just a handful of far-right parties to have won power in the EU.
The decision raised concerns across Europe about the resurgence of far-Right populism and led to thousands of protesters rallying in central Vienna against the new coalition government which is led by 31-year-old Sebastian Kurz of the Austrian People’s Party. (ÖVP) Among the banners were ones saying “Don’t let the Nazis govern”.
The FPÖ and People’s Party were elected on the promise of implementing stricter rules for asylum seekers, after immigration proved a major concern for Austrian voters. The Freedom Party was founded by members of the Nazi party after World War Two.
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