Security guard Nathan Daniels, called in by Mr Redegalli to protect his work, said there had been a lot of abuse – nearly all from women. Â Â “The trouble has been mainly from feminists saying it was sexist and racist. This one woman was abusing the artist – shouting and swearing at him as well as making threats that she’s `going to get him’, so we had the police called in,” Mr Daniels said. Â (Source)
The Â jihadists from “Aussie Muslims” are sharpening their knives:
“Sergio Redegalli Sydney Hate-Mongerer Paints Anti-Burka Mural”
Lauren Murada from the Â Inner West Courier hastens to deflect from reality:
Is it unAustralian to dictate what people wear?
Newtown shop owner Sergio Redegalli doesn’t think so and has painted a large mural on the side of his shop of a woman wearing a niqab (Islamic headdress) with the slogan ‘Say No To Burqas’.
Mr Redegalli said he is not racist or anti-Islamic but the mural on Station St was “anti-extremist, attempting to stop violence in the future”.
“I would not like to see Australia have Sharia law (the sacred law of Islam),” he said.
“It might never happen but it will be challenged. It’s through that process of it being pushed I’m worried about the violence.
“Just because the Cronulla riots happened six years ago doesn’t mean the tension isn’t there.”
Mr Redegalli said that he is not anti-hijab and that the nowhere in the Qur’an does it state women need to wear a burqa.
He has had a sticker on his car for the past month stating ‘Australian’s have nothing to hide, say no to burqas’.
Mr Redegalli is using his shop, Cydonia Glass Studio, to create discussion about the issue because he believes state and federal governments are too scared to bring the issue up.
“This mural has come from frustration that political correctness has gone so far you can’t say anything about Muslims without getting in trouble,” he said.
Its already happening. Mural Rage is the next big thing after cartoon rage, pope rage, teddy bear rage, Koran rage and all the rest…..
“This is a stance on rights for ourselves, we can say something peacefully without having violence.”
Mr Redegalli said he also believes Australian’s have the right to see another persons face when people are speaking to them.
Mr Redegalli said the mural has been vandalised twice since he painted it on Monday, once with the word ‘bogan’ written across it.
He said 10 to one people who walk past believe it’s positive, and when people have been negative he has invited them into his shop to try and explain his views.
“No one that is Muslim have vandalised this, I think it’s just the locals who are doing it,” he said.
While the Inner West Courier was interviewing Mr Redegalli, one woman walked past and yelled “‘all you are doing in condemning young Muslim women to being stuck in their homes”’.
Marrickville Council requested that Mr Redegalli paint over the mural yesterday, but backed off.
A statement issued from Marrickville Council said they had several complaints about the mural and while they don’t have the legal right to remove it, they are currently pursuing other legal avenues to remove it.
‘‘I strongly condemn this action which goes against the values which the Marrickville community has believed in and practiced for generations,’’ Marrickville Mayor Sam Iskandar said.
‘‘I believe this is an isolated incident which is not supported by the broader Marrickville community.’’
Strange that the Arab mayor Â has no problem with vandalism. Instead, he lectures Australians on “values which the Marrickville community has believed in and practiced for generations”- but the burqa was never part of that, Mr Iskandar.
The soldiers of allah have already published Sergio’s contact numbers Â to harass him. It might be a good idea to call him to assure him of our support!
Tel : 612-9557-5898
Fax : 612-9550-5670
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