Thanks to Mullah
When Greg Callaghan from The Australian doesn’t Â search for extraterrestrial intelligence Â withÂ Ragbir Bhathal, an astrophysicist at the University of Western Sydney, he interviews cute little Â “human rights advocates” like Â SAMAH Hadid, 23, on Â “misconceptions about Muslims”, gay rights and burqas.
The outcome is, you guessed it, Â predictably pathetic.
Sad to say that once upon a time, The Australian was a respectable newspaper.
10 Â questions turned into Muzz-prop Â by Samah Hadid
1.”banning the burqa and niqab would be counterproductive”- (s#*t, where did we hear that before?)
2. The niqab and the burqa are a “cultural interpretation”, one not ordained by religion. (Oh yeah? Take it up with your imam, Samah!))
3.Â Â I don’t think groups such as Hizb ut-Tahrir should be banned. (Of course not, that would be “counterproductive”)
4.Â Â Muslims and Arabs need to stand up and speak out against homophobia. (I won’t be holding my breath)
5. Samah whines about the “level of marginalisation and discrimination faced by Palestinians”. But not to worry: Â A growing number of Israelis are strong advocates for the rights of the Palestinian people. (Yep, there are indeed a lot of useful idiots who can’t help themselves)
6. “Â Muslims who propagate radical Islamism are out of touch with the majority of Muslim communities.”- Really? Â Ah yes, there is this great diversity again, that “Islam is not a monolith” crapola…..
7. Egypt, Muslim Brotherhood:Â Â Could the Muslim Brotherhood gain control of Egypt?Â
No, I don’t believe so. The majority of those taking to the streets in Egypt are young â€“ and want a peaceful, democratic society. (Gimme a break. The goose is cooked! The MB is already calling the shots in Egypt, you better get out more,Â Greg Callaghan!Â )
I’ll spare you the rest of this nonsensical drivel. Cheers!