The resignation of the president of ANPI Florence has come after a year of controversy and incomprehension. Not of the values of the Resistance or his internal diatribes but his relationship with Islam. Ubaldo Nannucci, former prosecutor of the Republic in Florence, has left his office due to a different vision of the Muslim religion which he has publiced defined as incompatible with the principles of liberty and democracy."
..."How many massacres will occur," he recently wrote on Facebook, "because the West does not recognise that Islamic ideology is incompatible with civil rights and the rights of the individual, guaranteed by our constitution?"
Last year, again on Facebook, the former Florentine prosecutor criticised the West "which refuses to see that Islamic doctrine is incompatible with the principles of freedom and equality among men." And again he reproached those who make a distinction between radical and moderate Islam. "It's a dodge," he wrote, "to avoid admitting that they don't have the courage to demand from those who follow this doctrine a clear and formal condemnation of violence and discrimination which subjugates the enjoyment of civil rights which we rightly grant to all foreigners."
"To appease them we give them mosques in which women are not allowed and where we don't know what they are teaching. And our attitude of fear that makes us accommodating at the level of principle, and afraid to demand clarity from those who say they are faithful to this religion; in whose name they commit massacres of "infidels", horrendous violence against non-Muslim women, and torture of those who do not know the Koran. Have you seen Muslims marching against these massacres?"
ANPI is an organisation that represents veterans of the anti-fascist resistance movement in Italy. Here are questions Nannucci won't want to think about. If Mussolini was still in power, would Italy have a Muslim problem? Would it have an African problem?
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