Monday, June 27, 2011

The Smashing of the Cross – Islam’s War Against Christians


Map of Cyprus with Turkish-occupied zone shown in dark red
From Manchester to Northern Cyprus, Muslim occupation means ethnic cleansing and a relentless war against Christianity. Crossing into occupied Northern Cyprus to expose the truth about this barbarism isn't without risk: last month, three Polish MEPs were arrested for doing just that. 
But, guided by refugees now living in exile, that's exactly what Nick and Jackie Griffin did at the end of March, while on a short holiday break before the rigours of the campaign for the May elections. After crossing the heavily patrolled border, they visited and photographed a number of ancient churches desecrated and looted by the Turkish invaders. 

These exclusive photos give a glimpse of the cultural and ethnic cleansing that takes place everywhere Islam takes over a once Christian country. They should serve as a warning to us all as immigration and high birthrates lead to an explosion of the Muslim population in Britain.
Smashed Greek Cypriot grave in Akanthou: Smashed Greek Cypriot grave in AkanthouSmashed Greek Cypriot grave in the northern coastal village of Akanthou

Many churches are now in complete ruinMany churches are now in complete ruin
In almost every looted church, the altar has been vandalised. On this desecrated altar the spray-painted Greek says “Christ Has Risen”. Pathetic defiance or brutal mockery? No one knows, but the red paint suggests vandalism by Turks in the colour of theirIn almost every looted church, the altar has been vandalised. On this desecrated altar the spray-painted Greek says “Christ Has Risen”. Pathetic defiance or brutal mockery? No one knows, but the red paint suggests vandalism by Turks in the colour of their national flag

The desecrated cemetery at Akanthou. As in every Christian graveyard in the North, every monument has been smashed in an orgy of Islamist hateThe desecrated cemetery at Akanthou. As in every Christian graveyard in the North, every monument has been smashed in an orgy of Islamist hate

This church in the east of the occupied zone was once decorated with stunning icons and frescoes illustrating religious themes. All have been looted by Turks and sold to collectors abroadThis church in the east of the occupied zone was once decorated with stunning icons and frescoes illustrating religious themes. All have been looted by Turks and sold to collectors abroad

All over the occupied zone, Greek and Turkish Cypriots alike are appalled at the huge Wahhabi mosques being built and staffed with Saudi moneyAll over the occupied zone, Greek and Turkish Cypriots alike are appalled at the huge Wahhabi mosques being built and staffed with Saudi money

Nick Griffin with the two Greek Cypriot refugees who acted as guides in the tour of the Turkish-occupied zone. Their identities have been concealed to protect them from possible harassment or prosecution by the Turkish occupation forces if they cross the Nick Griffin with the two Greek Cypriot refugees who acted as guides in the tour of the Turkish-occupied zone. Their identities have been concealed to protect them from possible harassment or prosecution by the Turkish occupation forces if they cross the border in future

Even the faces of the dead have been scratched outEven the faces of the dead have been scratched out


What you can do:
- Spread the word. Tell your friends – boycott Northern Cyprus and Turkey. Now Egypt and Tunisia aren't safe, if you want the sun, holiday in the (Greek) Republic of Cyprus or Bulgaria. (Better still, help the British economy, and take a holiday here. Though don't blame us if it rains!)
- Download a couple of these photos. Send them to your local paper together with a letter saying you were shocked to come across such destruction during a holiday there, and that you won't be going to Turkish-occupied Cyprus again.