Oct 21 2014
Slogans including “Ban Islam” and “Fuck Islam” were spray painted on the walls of a mosque as well as an Islamic school, while beer bottles allegedly were thrown at another mosque.
(Hmmm, maybe it’s a reaction to the recent massive police raids on Muslim jihadists allegedly involved in a plot to behead Australians in the streets. Ya think?)
ABC Muslim sheikh Burhaan Mehtar said these sorts of religious attacks were becoming more common. “Perhaps it’s better to ignore this minority group that are terrorizing Australian Muslims, but there is a limit to what people can actually digest and they do become fearful at what happened,” he said.
“These type of things breed fear in the hearts of the innocent ladies and children, especially who want to perhaps ride around the worship centre or come by bike to the mosque. (Awwww….boo hoo)
“You do feel a bit stressed, anything can happen.” (Imagine how Australians feel knowing that at any moment a Muslim with a knife might try to take their head off) He said the wider Australian Muslim community was very tolerant, but many were becoming sad and fearful over the perceived rise in anti-Islamic sentiment. (Not perceived, REAL)
The graffiti came days after a peaceful leftist dhimmi anti-Islamophobia rally in the Perth CBD was interrupted by a group of anti-Muslim protestors. Many of the counter-protestors were issued move on notices by police for inciting violence.
Mr Mehtar encouraged the wider public to attend a national mosque open day this Saturday, to help answer any questions they may have about the religion. (Yeah, right, just what every Australian wants to do – enter an Islamic jihad indoctrination center)
The Southern River Islamic mosque will be open to the public, with activities including a BBQ, guided tours, question and answer sessions and scarf dying. “It is a time to come and have a barbecue with us, have a tour and ask us any questions you wish to ask.” (Will there be pork ribs at the barbecue?)
“If there is something troubling you or on your mind and you feel that Muslims are such and such, come and ask, come and meet us. “We hope that it’s going to be one of the ways of creating harmony and a balance in society.” (Are you saying that with a straight face?)