By Sheik yer’mami
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Hijabs, burkhas, niqabs, jilbabs, a sharp raise in crime, fear and intimidation, rape-epidemics and riots on our streets and beaches are only the beginning: Houari BoumÃ©dienne, Algeria’s undisputed ruler until his death in 1978, said it clearly in a 1974 UN speech:
“One day, millions of men will leave the Southern Hemisphere to go to the Northern Hemisphere. And they will not go there as friends.
Because they will go there to conquer it. And they will conquer it with their sons. The wombs of our women will give us victory.”
In a recent survey on Canada it was predicted that with current trends the population of Muslims in Canada would exceed 30 % by 2025
In Australia the trend is like this:
30 years ago, there were about 25.000 Muhammedans in Australia. Today the official figures are said to be 350.000
A demographer studying Muslim migrant populations recently came up with the following:
Average Muslim migrant populations tend to double in size approx. every 10 Years.
Check this against our local Australian demographics:
2007 Approx. 300 000 Muslims 1.5 % of the population
2017 Approx. 600 000 Muslims 3 % of the population
2027 Approx. 1 200 000 Muslims 6 % of the population
2037 Approx. 2 400 000 Muslims 12 % of the population
2047 Approx. 4 800 000 Muslims 24 % of the population
2057 Approx. 9 600 000 Muslims 48 % of the population
Raphael Israeli, a visiting Jewish professor and an expert on Islam, says ‘LIFE can become untenable when the Muslim population of a non-Muslim country reaches about 10 per cent, as shown by France. When the Muslim population gets to a critical mass you have problems. That is a general rule, so if it applies everywhere it applies in Australia.”
Professor Israeli has been copping a lot of flak over his speech and much of it has been (deliberately?) misinterpreted. The Jewish Board of Deputies has distanced itself from comments by an Israeli academic who says Australia should limit its number of Muslim immigrants. NSW Jewish Board of Deputies CEO Vic Alhadeff today distanced his organisation from the comments. “We do not believe in racial or ethnic quotas or stereotyping,” he said.
“These comments do not reflect the position of the Jewish community and are unhelpful in the extreme. The Jewish community has a strong and proud record in fighting racism, and condemns all expressions of bigotry.”
*Vic Alhadeff unfortunately seems unable to tell the difference between an ideology and race. Since when is Islam a race?
Vic Alhadeff doesn’t seem to have any natural survival instincts. But then, Jews were never really good at self-preservation, unfortunately.