Emara: Islam will extend to the heart of the West

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Islamic intellect and member of the International Union of Muslim Scholars Prof. Mohamed Emara, said that insults to prophets and to Islam are ages-old and that they would continue for as long as life. He stressed at the same time that Islam is expanding even in the heart of countries insulting Islam in Europe and the entire western world.

Within his word at the conference entitled "Together to Defend the Prophet” organized by the Union of Medical Professions jointly with the Journalists’ Syndicate Freedoms Committee, Emara clarified that insults to prophets and messengers are a natural law of the universe and added that the Byzantine, Roman, and Greek west occupied the orient, then Islam came and liberated the orient from their cruelty. Hence, the western animosity to the Muslim orient rose since the seventh century.

The Islamic intellect added that the west describes Islam as fascist because 10% of Europe’s churches are being closed and turned into mosques and because the name Mohamed is increasing among European births. There are daily victories for Islam, Emara said, and pointed out that the French president gave a major prize to those who insulted the Prophet while Europe honored the publishers of the insulting cartoons in the presence of the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, which is a great assault on Islam.

Emara affirmed that anger for God, for the Prophet, and for sanctities – whether they are Islamic or non-Islamic – is an Islamic duty. Prophet Muhammad – peace and blessings be upon him – prohibited the killing of souls even if they’re not Muslim, clarified Emara, who asserted that the warm relations between Muslims and Christians in Egypt are present and will remain, and that there’s no difference between the two.

Emara called on the Egyptian Orthodox Church to take repelling measures against those who harm Egypt’s security and safety and asked the Egyptian media to unchain itself from western domineering yet expected these insults to be repeated many times.