Nov 1 2015
AUSTRALIA: Muslim crybabies pull out their favorite “Woe is me, I’m a victim because I’m a Muslim” card again
Less than 24 hours after stupid leftist Australians (like the ones below) kicked off their shoes to enter the nation’s mosques for a ‘National Day of Unity,’ Muslims in Sydney were calling for a different kind of solidarity – against a demonizing state and its agents.
SMH “There needs to be unity on issues that affect us as a whole, particularly when the target is Islam itself,” prominent radical Islamic Hizb ut-Tahrir (banned in many countries) member, Wassim Doureihi, said. The conference, organised by Hizb ut-Tahrir, also heard ‘testimonials’ from audience members – people who had been pulled aside by Customs officers at airports, searched, and questioned.
Speeches suggesting Australia’s escalating counter-terrorism laws were an attack on Islam itself; that Muslims were being forced to surrender to Australian (rather than Islamofascist sharia) values.
A number of women with relatives charged or convicted of terrorism-related offences and imprisoned at the Supermax jail in Goulburn also spoke. One said the Muslim inmates were subjected to degrading and inhumane treatment: they could only communicate in English during visits and on the phone, visitors were no longer allowed physical contact with the prisoners and children were forced to see their fathers within the confines of a steel room, behind perspex.
Trailer/Promo for Conference Entitled “A Community Criminalised: Innocent Until Proven Muslim?” to be held on 1 November 2015. The Australian Government’s relentless barrage of interference and harassment towards the Muslim community has led to an entire community being criminalized through:
▪ Anti-Muslim “terrorism” laws
▪ Monitoring of children in jihad schools
▪ De-Muslim radicalization initiatives
▪ Anti-Muslim Airport scrutiny
▪ Anti-Muslim Foreign policy
▪ Media sensationalism (not nearly enough)
▪ Strict Citizenship laws
▪ Imposition of Australian values
▪ Stripping passports from Muslim terrorist suspects