…wherever Muslims are allowed to settle behind enemy lines, in the Â dar-al harb, they’re trying to force their supremacy on unsuspecting infidels.Â
Islamic prayer rooms jihad from England to Australia:
A row has broken out at Queen Mary University, London about the use of its multi-faith centre. The National Hindu Students Forum (UK) claims that members of the Queen Mary’s Islamic Society have been physically preventing students of the university’s Hindu society from offering prayers at the multi-faith centre on the premises by standing 15 students at the door. The last Hindu prayer in the evenings is normally at 6pm, but the Muslim group who have a prayer session before the Hindus say that there is “no demand for the use of the multifaith centre by other faith communities” and they cannot therefore allow Hindus to use the premises even though they have a valid booking for its use.
“No longer can we remain quiet and have students compromise between their safety and prayers, RMIT made aÂ promise, it must fulfil it,” a Muslim website said.
The Muslim students say they’re victims of harassment and discrimination. But university officials say they’re already getting preferential treatment, and that gestures of good faith have been rejected.
Does any of this sound familiar? The Islamic supremacist agenda is encapsulated in the ancient dictum that “Islam must dominate, and not be dominated.” There is no sect or school of Islamic jurisprudence that teaches that Muslims, “the best of people” (Qur’an 3:110), must live peacefully as equals with unbelievers, “the most vile of created beings” (Qur’an 98:6). Rather, unbelievers must be subjugated under the rule of Islamic law and “feel themselves subdued” (Qur’an 9:29). With that as their moral and religious backdrop, how can these Muslims students accept multifaith prayer rooms? The very idea is repugnant. They must instead do exactly what they’re doing in this article: demand special treatment — and they claim victim status because they know that’s an effective avenue to that special treatment in today’s Western societies.
“Students at RMIT University in Melbourne protest over lack of Muslim prayer rooms,” fromÂ AAP
Â This time the university showed some spine, possibly because there are already eight Muslim prayer rooms across the university’s three campuses.
AUSTRALIAN universities are responsible for providing quality education, not consecrated religious spaces, according to a university involved in a bitter dispute over Muslim prayer rooms.