Â I like Michael Smith.
The ex-copper Â has been featured here on WoJ because Â he Â sticks his neck out, unlike the cowards who pull their tails and make a run for it:Â 4BC’s Michael Smith accused of anti-Islamic remarks …
Michael Smith is a good man and needs our support:
Strictly speaking, Michael Smith was wrong. Muhammad didÂ notÂ marry a nine-year-old and consummate the marriage when she was eleven. He actually married a six-year-old and consummated the marriage when she was nine: “The Prophet wrote the (marriage contract) with ‘Aisha while she was six years old and consummated his marriage with her while she was nine years old and she remained with him for nine years (i.e. till his death).” –Â Bukhari 7.62.88.
But that is not why he is being investigated. He is being investigated because he told a truth — Muhammad, the prophet of Islam, had sex with a child — and Muslims consider truth-telling to be “inciting hatred against Muslims.” Witless dhimmi Australian authorities are going along. It is ever thus. Last night the dishonest Imam Moustafa Zayed, in our second debate, kept claiming that I was inciting hatred against Muslims — and there again, his only evidence was that I tell truths about Islam that he would prefer not be told.
“2UE host’s remarks on prophet investigated,” by Heath Aston for theÂ Sydney Morning Herald, August 14 (thanks to JW):
THE radio presenter Michael Smith is being investigated by the media watchdog over his assertion that the prophet Muhammad ”married a nine-year-old and consummated it when she was 11”.The Australian Communications and Media Authority confirmed in a letter dated July 21 that it was investigating the remarks by the 2UE afternoon host.
Adem Cetinay, a Muslim from Bossley Park, complained that Mr Smith was inciting hatred against Muslims through his July 5 broadcast.
”By making this remark he is asserting that God’s messenger is a paedophile. This is racist, it’s stupid and it is not needed on air,” he wrote to the station’s program director, Peter Brennan.
Mr Brennan replied that Mr Smith had made the ”throwaway line”.
”However, at no time did he refer to any Prophet’s name, nor did he use the word ‘Prophet’. He did not refer to anybody whatsoever in the broadcast,” he wrote.
Mr Cetinay took his complaint to ACMA. In a letter, the authority’s Eileen Haley said it would embark on an investigation that could take ”several months”.
Meanwhile, Mr Cetinay is awaiting a response over a separate complaint about remarks Mr Smith made over the controversial ”Jesus: a prophet of Islam” billboard.
”What if someone whacked up a billboard and said well, I think it’s a fact that because Muhammad was married to a 11 … you know consummating a marriage with an 11-year-old, by these standards he’s a paedophile”. His guest, Diaa Mohammed, the founder of MyPeace, which erected the sign, agreed that Muhammad had consummated his marriage with an 11-year-old….