"Oppression is terrorism therefore the Australian government is a terrorist government"

THE decision by two Islamic alleged terrorists and their supporters not to stand when required in court was not based on religion but designed to make a political point, a magistrate says.

“It’s a sin to stand up for any person who is somehow related to an oppressive government.”

Obviously, they are misunderstanders of Islam who got their peaceful religion all wrong. Surely Solkhar would have no problem teaching them the real Islam:

8:39. And fight them until there is no more Fitnah (disbelief and polytheism: i.e. worshipping others besides Allah) and the religion (worship) will all be for Allah Alone [in the whole of the world]. But if they cease (worshipping others besides Allah), then certainly, Allah is All-Seer of what they do.
* In other words: the existence of unbelievers is oppressive to Muslims, who must be removed from holding the reigns of power. The Muslims are religiously obliged to remove the oppressive “man-made” law of the infidel government and replace it with the shari’a, Islamic law, which in turn reduces the kuffar to the slave-like status of the dhimmi.


“It’s a sin to stand up for any person who is somehow related to an oppressive government.”

Mr Reardon said refusing to stand was not directly connected to religion but intended to make a political statement against the government and the court.

“In my view, the Muslim religion is being used as a guise to help make a political demonstration,” he said.

Mr Reardon said members of the public gallery who did not stand would be removed from the court.

Upon hearing Mr Reardon’s warning, a man who was believed to be a supporter of the accused still refused to stand when the magistrate adjourned the court.

One of the bail applicants – Saney Edow Aweys, 26, of Carlton North – was involved in recruiting people to fight in the insurgency in Somalia, the court was told.

He is also facing charges relating to the provision of about $2,700 to Walid Osman Mohamed, whom police believe to be in Somalia at an armed conflict training camp.

Federal agent David Kinton said Aweys intended to travel to Somalia with two of his children.

“Mister Aweys is, I suppose (the) common theme is, hatred towards Australia and Australian people and anyone who doesn’t follow Islam,” he said.

Lawyer Julian McMahon, representing bail applicant El Sayed, said his client was being held in Barwon prison’s maximum security Acacia unit, which imposed what he described as the most savage of regimes.

He said each month his client was only entitled to two contact visits with his wife and four-month-old baby and was only allowed out of his cell for six hours a day.

Delay was a major issue for Mr Reardon to consider, Mr McMahon said, as the trial would not realistically start for another two to three years.

El Sayed’s mother, who was in court, was prepared to put up $80,000 of equity in her house as a surety should her son be granted bail, Mr McMahon said.

Yacqub Khayre, 22, of Meadow Heights is also applying for bail and the court is expected to hear from his lawyer on Wednesday.

15 thoughts on “"Oppression is terrorism therefore the Australian government is a terrorist government"”

  1. Asking people to stand up is ‘terror’ .
    Maybe if we gave them a taste of their own kind of terror , we wouldn’t have the problem that we do .

  2. * “It’s a sin to stand up for any person who is somehow related to an oppressive government.”

    Is it really? More like lawlessness to me. This trial symbolises the death
    of the West by immigration-assisted suicide, as much as anything.

  3. Oppression to the muslim mind = any land that is not completely islamified, and that does not have sharia fully instituted as the ONLY law of the land.

    Oh well only one thing for it, we’ll have to do all that is necessary to accomodate this middle ages belief system, whatever it takes. I know that is the attitude most of our beloved leaders.

    Somehow I don’t think that one’s going to fly much longer though.

  4. Radicals are radicals, be they Muslim or like the blog-owner who himslelf promotes radical Islam and condemns moderates.

    Your quote is inappropriate but then so are your postings, but if you want the right one, try the following:

    “Fight in the way of Allah against those who fight against you, but begin not hostilities. Lo! Allah loveth not aggressors. ” 2:190

    The radicals captured in Australia are just that, radical extremists that have been linked to terrorist supporting groups and seek to impose their life on others. My brother (not a Muslim) migrated to and permanently lives in Melbourne and through another friend (a Muslim) whom did the same has a good relationship with much of the Islamic community in that city. He told me how much the discovery of the plot was a shock and dismay to most and that much of the information gleamed from the event about others and methods was given by the community itself, though that particular group was linked to a small group of mostly Somalis.

  5. Another muslim claiming oppression, this time in England:


    Racist attackers abducted a Muslim community leader at knifepoint, bundled him into a car and threatened his life unless he stopped running prayer sessions in a community hall that has been the target of a British National party campaign.

    Police have confirmed they are treating the incident as a hate crime and are investigating links with an earlier firebomb attack on the same man’s home.

    Noor Ramjanally, 35, told the Guardian he had been the victim of a terror campaign which has also involved threats against his family after he began the Islamic prayer sessions in March. He said he fears for his life after the abduction at knifepoint, which happened at his home in Loughton, Essex, on Monday.

    Awww, diddums… a muslim the victim of a “terror campaign”?

    More extremely coordinated anti-BNP propaganda by the Guardian, the fact is even if the BNP never existed there would be anti-muslim sentiment sooner or later. The way that muslims conduct themselves in their everyday lives just get peoples backs up, it’s true!!! You can take the BNP out of the equation entirely, and eventually there will be same outcome, the Brits will turn, and my bet is sooner rather than later…

  6. There is no such thing as a ‘radical’ Mohammedan or a misguided Mohammedan there is just Mohammedans. Islam is as Islam does and as Islam teaches, The misguided ones are those that think the CULT is peaceful they are the ones who REALLY dont understand REAL Islam. Idiotic converts like Solkhar belong in this number they have been spoonfed sugar coated krap by the propagandists and have no idea about REAL Islam at all.

  7. Why are you quoting abrogated Medina verses Solkhar you obviously have no idea about the CULT you are in do you.

  8. “Fight in the way of Allah against those who fight against you, but begin not hostilities. Lo! Allah loveth not aggressors. ” 2:190

    Fight in the way of “allah”, Solkhar?

    No thanks!

    I will fight in the way of the Lord…

    Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power.

    Put on the full armor of God so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes.

    For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.

    Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand.

    Stand firm then, with the belt of truth buckled around your waist, with the breastplate of righteousness in place, and with your feet fitted with the readiness that comes from the gospel of peace.

    In addition to all this, take up the shield of faith, with which you can extinguish all the flaming arrows of the evil one.

    Take the helmet of salvation and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God.

    And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the saints.

    (Book of Ephesians – Holy Bible)

  9. Naturally the ABC is soaking in this.

    “A lawyer has accused police of embellishing the case …”

    A factual report on the trial would have done, if Auntie still has a reporter.

    How about this for a defence: “My client didn’t know it was an offence
    to fire a submachine gun in an Army barracks”.

  10. When a royal prince wore a German Nazi costume to a Halloween party (scary costume obligatory) he was shredded in the papers as a sympathizer of nazi Germany.
    Why then is it then o.k. to wear the uniform of an even older misogynistic, kufir/infidel hating, anti-semite society and pretend that you have nothing to do with them?

  11. In unrelated news, also nothing to do with islam, the “Refugee Review Tribunal” has recommended that a misunderstander be given a protection visa in Australia (“allah” must be laughing his head off)

    Who needs suicide bombers when they are struggling to keep up with suicidal national governments.

    (http things)

    Follower of radical Islamic movement granted asylum in Australia
    Padraic Murphy
    August 27, 2009 12:00am

    A FOLLOWER of a radical Islamic movement that seeks to introduce sharia law and has been linked to terrorist groups is being granted asylum in Australia.

    The Refugee Review Tribunal has recommended a protection visa for an Egyptian man, who is a supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamic political group with links to al-Qaida.

    The Muslim Brotherhood has been outlawed in several countries, including Egypt.

    It seeks to establish a pan-Islamic state ruled by sharia law and is committed to the destruction of Israel.

    The Egyptian man initially was denied a protection visa by the Department of Immigration, but the decision was overturned by the tribunal.


  12. I quite like Magistrate Peter Reardon. His instincts are sound – he’s picking up on the insolence, the contempt for himself and his court and thus for Australian law and the Australian polity, that is simply steaming off the Muslim accused and their Muslim cheer squad in the court – even if he still has not grasped the fact that in Islam there is no distinction between politics and religion – the politics is the religion and the religion is the politics.

    And what he’s doing – laying down the law, good and hard, by insisting that the prisoners *must* stand, and that anyone of their supporters who refuses to stand, will be booted out and not permitted to return – is also bang on the money. Islam is a bully – it tends to back down if it encounters a vigorous display of force.

    Magistrate Reardon needs to be referred to Sookheo’s book on Islamic geopolitics – ‘Faith, Power and Territory’ and to anything by Robert Spencer.

    Furthermore, he and every other important person who received the ‘hate mail’ from ‘Sheikh Haron’ of Lakemba, need to receive other letters, or emails, ASAP: polite, brief, informative letters from Islamosavvy fellow-citizens, explaining just exactly what Muslims mean when they talk about ‘oppression’, and that it does not mean what we Infidels think it means. They need to be told that in Islam ‘justice’ = ‘sharia’, and ‘injustice’ = ‘anything that is forbidden by, or not in conformity with, sharia’. And they need to know (with references provided, from the likes of Hassan al-Banna and Mawdudi, as well as from people like Ibn Kaldun and Ibn Kathir) that Islam – Islam itself, Quran-Sira-Hadith Islam, plain old mainstream Islam both past and present – has a very this-worldly geopolitical goal: the imposition of a global sharia despotism, imposed by the subversion and destruction of all other competing religious, political and legal systems.

  13. “…the Brits will turn, and my bet is sooner rather than later” wrote Davy Crockett.

    I wish they would bloody hurry up, Davy!

  14. Check out these pics of a Melbourne terrorist (alleged) supporter wearing a “mujahid” soccer jersey to court. And report from The Age:

    “‘‘They are human beings, not terrorists,’’ the teen in the soccer shirt said when asked if he knew any of the accused. Once inside the courtroom, the young man clutched a newspaper.

    ‘‘It is not a library,’’ Magistrate Peter Reardon warned him. ‘‘If you want to read the newspaper, go outside.’’

    But the warning did not perturb him. When Yacqub Khayre was in the dock, the man pointed Khayre’s newspaper sketch towards the accused and tried to get his attention. But Khayre never looked at him.”

  15. Perhaps Mr Rudd might like to explain to these people that is a privilege, and not a right, to be allowed into Australia. I really think that examples are required – you wish to integrate and contribute then you are welcome – if not – you leave. And the worst offenders are the PC apologists from politics, the public service, and the usual quota of academics with no practical life experience. Idiots like the supporter should also be tried for contempt of court and jailed. This is very critical.

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