Â A steaming pile of Islam promo in the Telegraph (thanks to Mullah)
Hoodlums who happen to be Muslim have no respect for Islam
Are there still any Muslim females in Australia who are not lawyers and “human rights activists?”Â Randa Abdel-Fattah and Mariam Veiszadeh are both lawyers working in Sydney. Both are “devout Muslims”. In typical fashion, they pull all the registers from ‘nothing to do with Islam’ to ‘media to blame for reporting about Muslims’.
Being what they are, The TelegraphÂ finds it necessary to give them a soapbox and a chance to mix us a taqiyya cocktail with some extra strength sleeping pills. Â Apart from the usual herbs & spices like “The Muslim community is as diverse and eclectic”- we get this:
Islam is not Islam: “The majority of Muslims are fed up with a minority who are content to manufacture ugly interpretations of Islam”-
sharia is not sharia: …”far removed from the compassionate and just jurisprudential legacy we have inherited.”- Â
Â Sharia barely implemented: (except when its implemented Â compassion goes out the window, instantly.)
Its about time the press practices censorship, becauseÂ both are “fed up with the media highlighting every criminal or stupid act by somebody who happens to be Muslim”.
Take your Valium, infidel:Â As Muslim women, as lawyers, as Australians, we have this message: there is no fundamental or intrinsic incompatibility between Islam and democracy.
We beg to differ. You are religiously obligated to lie, you miserable twits. Its called taqiyya.*
THE recent case of the Muslim men accused of lashing another Muslim in his home is still to be decided by the courts but early reports suggest that Islam was once again hijacked and used as justification for criminal behaviour.
As lawyers and as Muslims, we find it reprehensible when Islamic jurisprudence is appropriated by backyard thugs whose actions show an utter contempt and arrogant disdain for the ethical, moral and reasonable principles that underlie Islamic theology.
Please tell us more. Â After years of studying Koran, sira & hadith we (still) couldn’t find ethics or morals in Islamic theology. We’re dying to know, that’s only ‘reasonable’, is it not?
“Tiny minority of excremists”
The majority of Muslims are fed up with a minority who are content to manufacture ugly interpretations of Islam, which are far removed from the compassionate and just jurisprudential legacy we have inherited. Unfortunately, we live in a society where very few people make a distinction between the teachings of a faith and the myriad interpretations and distortions such teachings can produce.
(Ever tried to take your Islam straight up, honey-pie?)
The media is to blame for Muslim crime:
We are also fed up with the media highlighting every criminal or stupid act by somebody who happens to be Muslim. There are more than 300,000 Muslims in Australia and while the vast majority are law-abiding, they stand accused alongside every Muslim who has a run-in with the law. The media attention is disproportionate, leaving the grossly unfair impression that the majority of Muslims are on the wrong side of the law.
For every outrageous false claim made by a Muslim in the name of Islam, whether to justify misogyny, brutality or ideological divisions, there are countless Muslims – lay people, scholars, academics, community workers, activists, professionals, students – countering such ugliness.
Really? Where are they?
We are not here to defend badly behaved Muslims. To such Muslims we say you should be held to account if necessary.
Only if necessary? And don’t badly behaved Muslims need lawyers?
As Muslim women, as lawyers, as Australians, we have this message: there is no fundamental or intrinsic incompatibility between Islam and democracy.
We beg to differ. Now comes the kicker:
We also say this: fears about the criminal code of sharia having a place in Australia are generated by sensationalist scaremongering. The criminal code is barely implemented in Muslim majority countries so any such debate is a moot point. That some might seek to justify their behaviour on the basis of sharia does not mean their actions are a true reflection of sharia law or that sharia law is coming to Australia. To be a good Muslim and a good Australian are one and the same thing. (Gimme a break!) Â A life devoted to Islam’s ethical and moral principles means a person will strive to have integrity, be law-abiding and embrace civic responsibilities.
A steaming pile of taqiqqa if I ever seen one. Are these dames seriously claiming Iran, Sowdi Barbaria and dozens of other Muslim hell-holes are not ruled by sharia?
Let us name criminal behaviour for what it is and not grace it with any religious labels.
Islam is a criminal organization. Just don’t talk about it, kafir. Know your place!
And once again, just to restore sanity:
Stop, for god’s sake stop, importing troubleâ€”and Muslim immigrants, as a whole, necessarily mean trouble, in all lands where the political and legal institutions, and social arrangements, are flatly contradicted by the Shari’a. Muslims are obligated to change or tear down those institutions, in order to remove all “obstacles to Islam.” It is not special or individual malice that prompts that attitude. That is their duty, a central duty. Why not come to fully and soberly understand that duty, and out of a minimal sense of self-preservation, cease to import those into our lands (America, Canada, Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Australia, and every other place that has so generously admitted, under a twisted definitiion of “refugees,” people who do not, and can not, wish our ways or institutions or constitutions well.