Former Spanish Prime Minister Aznar: "Muslims Should Apologize For Occupying Spain For 800 Years"
So good, it should be repeated:
"Muslims should apologize for occupying Spain for 800 years"
Anti-dhimmitude from the former Spanish PM Aznar; too bad the leftists and dhimmis in Spain turned the government over to the appeaser Zapatero (via Dhimmi Watch):
Muslims should apologize for occupying Spain for 800 years and a U.N.-backed program to encourage dialogue between them and West is stupid, former Spanish prime minister Jose Maria Aznar has said. Aznar made his comments Friday night in a speech at the Hudson Institute, a thinktank in Washington, D.C., as he discussed Pope Benedict XVI's recent remarks on Islam and violence.Whining Muslims, seething and overwrought from comments made in an academic speech by the Pope, demand apologies--all the while playing the "victim" card and boo-hooing about the Crusades. More Europeans displaying the intestinal fortitude of Aznar are required to turn the tide against appeasers, leftist collusionists, and general cultural paralysis.
Aznar, a firm ally of U.S. President George W. Bush and his war on terror, said the West is under attack from radical Islam and must defend itself. “It is them or it is us,” Aznar said. “There is no middle ground.” He did not elaborate. Aznar said he found it surprising that Muslims have demanded an apology from the pope over his Sept. 12 remarks.
Aznar noted the nearly 800-year Moorish occupation of Spain that began in the year 711 with an invasion from North Africa. He said Muslims had never apologized for this but still demand apologies whenever they feel offended by remarks by non-Muslims. “It's absurd,” Aznar said.
He also criticized an initiative launched last year by his Socialist successor, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, to encourage dialogue between the West and Muslim countries.
Zapatero-Las Fallas puppet
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