Australia finances 2000 Islamic schools where kids are taught to kill infidels:
We previously posted a link here on WoJ exposing this madness. The link is now dead and the internet is ‘cleaned’ of any information re this issue.
You wonder if any of these government stooges have the faintest clue of what we are financing here. To make matters worse, this squandering of our wealth is carefully hidden from the public downunder. Â Once again we see that there are many ways to pay the jiziya, with more or less willing submission. Especially galling that our money is going to those whose education teaches that infidels Â (that’s us) should be killed or forcibly converted:
The Australian government has funded the construction and expansion of over 2.000 junior high schools (madrassas) in poor and remote areas in Indonesia, with funds amounting to AUS $300 million. In addition, another AUS$87 million has also been allocated to improve the quality and management of the education sector.
Thanks to the always vigilant Mullah Lodabulla
Australian Foreign Affairs Minister, Stephen Smith officially opened the Tsanawiyah Balaraja Islamic School in Sukamulya, Banten, today (15/7).
Useful idiot or just paying the jiziya with willing submission? Â Australia’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Stephen Smith
“As a friend of Indonesia, Australia wants to help the Indonesian government to complete the 9-year compulsory education program,” (Koranic indoctrination) Smith said during the event.
In the future, Smith hopes that the Tsanawiyah graduates can continue their studies in Australia. “Perhaps at the Australian National University, like Mr. Marty Natalegawa,” he said jokingly.
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Stephen Smith and Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa were old friends during their studies at the Australian National University. Marty also thanked the Australian government and all parties who had assisted in the school construction. “The school is a monument of Australian and Indonesian collaboration, particularly in the education sector,” Marty said.
“Collaboration” translated: we give, they take….
The Australian government has funded the construction and expansion of over 2.000 junior high schools in poor and remote areas in Indonesia, with funds amounting to AUS $300 million. In addition, another AUS$87 million has also been allocated to improve the quality and management of the education sector.
The Tsanawiyah Balaraja Islamic School is the 2.000th junior high school that has been built using financial aid from the Australian Development Assistant. The Australian government had disbursed Rp 716.414.000 for the school construction, which was completed last December.
Stephen Smith is on a 2â€“day visit (July 14 to 15) to Indonesia. At 10.25AM today, he is scheduled to have a bilateral meeting with Marty Natalegawa at the Foreign Ministry, Jakarta.