Angola Outright BANS Islam, All Mosques To Be DESTROYED

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  1. The Ultranationalist

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    By popular demand, Angolan authorities have taken pre-emptive action and decided to ban the Muslim religion, which they consider a cult, NOT a religion. They see what Muslims are doing to non-Muslims, especially in Africa, and are taking steps to prevent the same from happening in Angola. In early October 2013, the Muslims living in Luanda in the municipality of Viana Zango were shocked to see the minaret of their mosque dismantled into pieces on the ground without permission. On Thursday 03 October in the morning, the Angolan authorities decided to destroy the mosque Zango located in the urban district of Viana 17 km. The governor of Luanda Bento announced in a radio spot that radical Muslims are not welcome in Angola and the Angolan government is not ready for the legalization of mosques in Angola.



    And on Tuesday, November 19, the Minister of Culture, Rosa Cruz e Silva said. “Regarding Islam, the legalization process has not been approved by the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights. Therefore all mosques would be closed until further notice. “ It should be noted that the Angolan government has made closing of all mosques a priority. The only two mosques located in Luanda have already received a warning document signed by the mayor of the municipality of Viana José Moreno.





    The provincial governor of Luanda, Bento Bento, said on the airwaves of local radio that “radical Muslims are not welcome in Angola and the Angolan government is not ready for the legalization of mosques.” Minister of Culture, Rosa Cruz e Silva explained that the law on freedom of religion will be reviewed given the current national context , noting that the Government will redouble its efforts to fight relentlessly against religious cults like Islam which are contrary to the customs
     
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  3. Kshatriya87

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    Old News, but Good news .
     
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    Bhari, aisa sabne karna chahiye
     
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  5. The Ultranationalist

    The Ultranationalist Regular Member

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    Everywhere in the civilized world its the muzzies who are creating problems, we should also follow myanmar and china in dealing with islamofascism if banning islam is not an option in India
     
  6. Dark Lord

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    Shame on Angola.

    Soon world will ban Angola.

    UN will declare them as apartheid state.

    60 Muslim countries will stop giving oil.

    In the end secularism will win.
     
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  7. Ancient Indian

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    Angola is a member state of the OPEC. <study time, kid>
     
  8. Dark Lord

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  9. Brood Father

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    60 MUSLIM countries and Secularism in one statement
    Gosh you are a certified idiot
     
  10. Hiranyaksha

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    Banning a religion, action quite absurd. How can any spiritual and personal activity be banned ? Anyhow China is no different with banning incarnation . Lolz.
    Muslims blinded with hate will never understand that only dharmic religions allowed them to prosper. They(Muslims) were killed in lots in crusades.
    Islam urgently needs reforms as other religions did. If it doesn't change will perish. Muslim world is already destroyed.
    South Asians/Azrali Muslims are the last hold of Islamic world. For what they used to take pride in and relate themselves with is already in shambles. After disintegration of Pakistan , what is left will be over.
     
  11. Brood Father

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    China is killing Uyghurs Muslims
    Tell me everything aside what about china anti Islam policy
    Here read what your daddy China is doing

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_in_China?wprov=sfla1

    Comming back to topic China is not world
    China can't even control Taiwan , Vietnam and South China Sea
    So please China is not awesome as you imagine

    And btw most of your knowledge is coming from source cross border because of inconsistency and false facts
    More is expected from you , but then again we both know where the problem is ..
     
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    For your kind information @Dark Lord
    Angola produces and exports more petroleum than any other nation in sub-Saharan Africa, surpassing Nigeria in the 2000s. In January 2007 Angola became a member of OPEC. By 2010 production is expected to double the 2006 output level with development of deep-water offshore oil fields. Oil sales generated USD 1.71 billion in tax revenue in 2004 and now makes up 80% of the government's budget, a 5% increase from 2003, and 45% of GDP.[15][27]

    Chevron Corporation produces and receives 400 kbbl/d (64×103 m3/d), 27% of Angolan oil. Total S.A., Chevron Corporation, ExxonMobil, Eni, Petrobras, and BP also operate in the country.[14]

    Block Zero provides the majority of Angola's crude oil production[28] with 370 kbbl/d (59×103 m3/d) produced annually. The largest fields in Block Zero are Takula (Area A), Numbi (Area A), and Kokongo (Area B). Chevron operates in Block Zero with a 39.2% share. SONANGOL, the state oil company, Total, and Eni own the rest of the block. Chevron also operates Angola's first producing deepwater section, Block 14, with 57 kbbl/d (9.1×103 m3/d).[13]

    The United Nations has criticized the Angolan government for using torture, rape, summary executions, arbitrary detention, and disappearances, actions which Angolan government has justified on the need to maintain oil output.[29]

    Angola is the third-largest trading partner of the United States in Sub-Saharan Africa, largely because of its petroleum exports.[30]The U.S. imports 7% of its oil from Angola, about three times as much as it imported from Kuwait just prior to the Gulf War in 1991. The U.S. Government has invested USD $4 billion in Angola's petroleum sector.[31]

    Oil makes up over 90% of Angola's exports

    Angola is the third largest producer of diamonds in Africa and has only explored 40% of the diamond-rich territory within the country, but has had difficulty in attracting foreign investment because of corruption, human rights violations, and diamond smuggling.[33] Production rose by 30% in 2006 and Endiama, the national diamond company of Angola, expects production to increase by 8% in 2007 to 10 million carats annually. The government is trying to attract foreign companies to the provinces of Bié, Malanje and Uíge.[34]

    Angola is also rich in several other mineral resources that had not been fully exploited by the early twenty- first century . Thes include manganese, copper, gold, phosphates, granite, marble, uranium, quartz, lead, zinc, wolfram, tin, fluorite, sulfur, feldspar, kaolin, mica, asphalt, gypsum, and talc. The government hopes to resume mining in the southwest for crystalline quartz and ornamental marble. It has been estimated that 5,000 cubic meters of marble could be extracted annually for a period of twenty years. A state-owned company[who?] mined granite and marble in Huíla and Namibe Provinces, and in 1983 it produced 4,450 cubic meters of granite and 500 cubic meters of marble. Since then, the company has ceased production in order to re-tool with modern machinery. Quartz production, however, was suspended indefinitely because of the military situation in areas near the extraction sites in Cuanza Sul Province.[19]

    The government established a company in 1980 to exploit phosphate deposits in the northwest. There were 50 million tons of deposits in Zaire Province and about 100 million tons in Cabinda. Although studies of the deposits in both locations have been made by Bulgarian and Yugoslav companies, as of 1988 production had not started at either site
     
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  13. Hiranyaksha

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    Kaombo, developed by Total, is probably largest offshore oilfield in Angola. One of the most ambitious projects. Angola is extremely resource rich country.
     
  14. vinuzap

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    what angola is doing also slowly done by russia(chechenya) and china(Uighurs)




    same is happening in myanmar , slowly india will not be also untouched


    Muslims in Nepal demand a 'Hindu state' to protect Islam
    In an unusual move, Muslims in Nepal have backed the ongoing campaign for reinstating the country's erstwhile Hindu identity, saying they are more "secure" under a Hindu state than under a secular Constitution.



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    Kathmandu: In an unusual move, Muslims in Nepal have backed the ongoing campaign for reinstating the country's erstwhile Hindu identity, saying they are more "secure" under a Hindu state than under a secular Constitution.

    "It is to protect Islam. I have opened my mouth demanding that Nepal be declared a Hindu state in order to protect my own religion," said Amjad Ali, chairman of the Rapti Muslim Society, who is also involved in the protest programmes demanding a Hindu state in Nepal.

    CPN-UML CA member Anarkali Miya said she has personally experienced missionaries trying to influence people from other faiths to follow Christianity.




    "I believe Nepal should not adopt secularism. It will only create more problems in future," Miya said.

    Udbudhin Fru, chairman of Muslim Mukti Morcha affiliated to the UCPN (Maoist), also admitted the growing influence of Christianity in Nepal.

    "Turning the country secular is nothing but a design to break the longstanding unity among Muslims and Hindus. So there is no alternative to reinstating the country's old Hindu State identity in order to allow fellow citizens to live with religious tolerance," Babu Khan Pathan, chairperson of the Rastrabadi Muslim Manch Nepalgunj, was quoted as saying by The Himalayan Times.

    "We don't need a secular identity, but want to see the country called Hindu State as this ensures safety and security for all," Pathan added and claimed that around 80 per cent of Muslims in Banke are in favour of Hindu State identity.

    Rastriya Prajatantra Party Nepal, a pro-monarchy party and some other pro-Hindu organisations have also been campaigning for reconverting Nepal to a Hindu state as the country plans to adopt a new constitution.

    The constitution writing process had proved to be a cumbersome work for Nepal's ruling and opposition parties.

    For the last eight years, they have been vigorously arguing their differences over crucial issues including secularism and federalism.
     
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  15. square

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    china doing same in different way.....
     
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    Congrats to Angola

    Soon World will BAN ISLAM

    UN Will declare MUSLIMS as PESTS

    ALL other countries apart from terrorist Islamic states will use PESTICIDES (mass killing) to get rid of them.

    In the end there will be no ISLAM or MUSLIMS

    and best there will be PEACEFUL WORLD.
     
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    Too old, too fake. But Angolans have indeed inherited the crusading reconquistan hate for Muslims from Portuguese.
     
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  19. jadoogar

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    BBC is a pro Paki and pro muslim organization. If you Google for Angola bans Islam there are a lot of links.
     
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  20. Kshatriya87

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    It had to start somewhere. Angola started it. Hope other countries follow suit soon.
     
  21. Mikesingh

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    I was going to say the same to that clown but you beat me to it!!! :frown:
     
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