Spain: Spanish Parliament accept petition by ex-Muslim to ban the Quran in Spain

We have to give a lot of credit to Imran Firasat who have initiated and encouraged his own petition to the Spanish government, to consider a complete ban on the Quran and stop further spreading of Islam in the country.
The blogger is a Pakistani born ex-Muslim who currently lives in Spain. He runs his own website called Mundo Sin Islam (World without Islam)
The Blogger Imran Firasat has successfully petitioned the Spanish government to ban the Koran in Spain, he is also a good cartoonist.

.

Dear friends

This is Imran Firasat (A Pakistani ex Muslim residing in Spain). I hope you still remember me. I am the one who some weeks ago lodged a formal petition to the Spanish government for prohibition of Quran in Spain. Today I get back to you again with the fantastic news that my petition in the parliament of Spain has been admitted successfully and it has been sent to the next level.

The petition to ban the Quran in Spain was accepted and registered with the Spanish government on April 11, 2012. Spain lived under Muslim occupation for more than 800 years and went through tremendous sacrifices to finally expel the Mohammedans. Some of the Islamic invasion brought looted wealth to the country, in addition to the usual brutality and violence Islam brings with it like a disease.

When I lodged the petition, many Muslims sent me the messages calling me stupid and commenting that the Government of Spain is not going to entertain your petition and that they will tear and throw your petition.

Well, the good news is that I have received a letter from the Parliament of Spain, in which they informed me that they have admitted my petition and sent to the “Constitutional Commission” of the Parliament.

Even though it is still not a formal prohibition of Quran but still it is a big success for us. At least the fight against the violent Quran is at the next level. Actually I was suspecting that the Spanish government will never reply my petition or they may ignore it because of not wanting to have conflict with Muslims. But salutes and ovations to the Spanish parliament that they took this matter seriously, Admitted the petition and sent it to the “Constitutional Commission”.

It is an encouraging news for all of us who want to get rid of Quran, Islam, Muhammad and Sharia. And it is also an example for the world that nothing is out of reach, if we do an intelligent and hard fight. The admission of my petition in Parliament encourages and insists me to do much more against the spreading Islamism. That is why soon I am going to lodge more petitions in Spanish Supreme Court and European tribunal. Let´s have a face to face fight with Muhammad (The self claimed fake prophet).

Dear friends, please help me to spread this news everywhere you can for encouraging to people all over the world that if they also take same kind of actions, then for sure someday we can have an Islam free world.

In this article I attach the scanning of the letter which I have received from the Spanish Parliament. Apart of that here I send you some links of Spanish newspapers and International sites which have published this good news a few days ago:

La Comisión Constitucional del Congreso estudiará la petición de Imran Firasat de prohibir el Corán en España

http://www.minutodigital.com/2012/04/24/la-comision-constitucional-del-congreso-estudiara-la-peticion-de-imran-firasat-de-prohibir-el-coran-en-espana/

Petition to Ban the Quran was Admitted by Spanish Parliament

http://www.faithfreedom.org/features/news/prohibition-of-quran-petition-admitted/

Thanks to: http://uppompeii1.uppompeii.com

Advertisements

2 thoughts on “Spain: Spanish Parliament accept petition by ex-Muslim to ban the Quran in Spain

  1. Pingback: Spain: Complaint filed against MPACUK for death threats on ex-Muslim Quran-ban petition. « The Muslim Issue

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s