Islamization of Australia


No Multiculti for Jews 

 “The organiser would not be held responsible for consequences if the words “Israel” or “Israeli” were used to describe the group…”

Approving of every culture bar one:

A Melbourne Israeli Dancing group was dropped from participating in a Victorian dance festival after refusing organisers’ moves to drop all references to Israel.   (Andrew Bolt)

Floodgates Open Wide

 Labor gives up on boat people. Touch base and you’re home

 “They will live in the community on bridging visas while their asylum claims are completed and their status is resolved,” Mr Bowen said.

 The Long Night of the Iron Burqa

 Monash University Produces Handbook for Muslim Students Listing Country’s Most Radical Prayer Halls  (via Pamela Geller)

It’s not enough that Muslims are all over the Western world demanding special accommodation for Muslim practices, at the expense of our freedoms and our principles of equality. What is even worse is that so many stupid kuffar are so eager to help them.

Thesis OptionsMuslim handbook is divisive Herald Sun November 24, 201

Monash University has produced a handbook specifically for its Muslim students. Picture: Zoe Phillips Herald Sun

MONASH University prides itself on its “multicultural learning environment” and yet it produces a handbook for one certain class of students, and not for others.

Salaam Monash is the title of the glossy 50-page “handbook for Muslim students”.

“At Monash we understand that Muslim students have specific social, religious and cultural needs,” writes Professor Stephanie Fahey, deputy vice-chancellor, in a foreword to the handbook.

The booklet lists Islamic banking and financial institutions, Muslim publications, women’s groups and schools. It also lists Muslim medical and dental practitioners, which splits up doctors into male and female groups.

There is also a halal food guide and a list of halal grocers and butchers.

Much of the information seems useful and, having had a young Muslim house guest recently, I know just how tricky it can be to find halal food.

But there is no similar handbook for other religious or ethnic groups, not for Buddhists, Taoists, Germans, Greeks, Sikhs, Mormons or vegans.

Why encourage one group of people to maintain an identity separate from other Australians?

Most unwise, however, is that the handbook lists without comment some of Australia’s most radical prayer halls.

Among them is cleric Sheikh Mohammed Omran’s Islamic Call Society in Brunswick, where young Muslim men have been radicalised. A number of men arrested in Operation Pendennis, over a foiled 2005 Melbourne terror plot, had frequented the mosque, according to a New York Police Department study, which identified it as an “extremist incubator”.

Similarly, the handbook points students in the direction of Coburg’s ISNA mosque, associated with preacher Abu Hamza, who was videotaped telling men they could “beat their wives to shape them up” but only as a last resort. In the lecture entitled “The Keys to a Successful Marriage”, he said: “You smack them, you beat them. You are not allowed to bruise them.”

The handbook has angered people on campus.

“Monash University should not be endorsing (an) ideology which prescribes that Muslims must not eat our food, wear our clothes, share our services or even use our ‘infidel’ money,” said four insiders who wrote to me. “International students would be better served with a handbook explaining Australian culture and values.”

Monash is not alone. La Trobe has its own Muslim student guide and last year opened a $927,000 prayer room.

In 2006 RMIT produced a Muslim handbook “In the name of Allah the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful”. Two years later 1000 Muslim students protested against sharing new prayer rooms with Christians and Jews.

Muslim students from overseas are a lucrative part of the fee-paying student body and keeping them happy is important. But the message should be about mutual respect and hospitality — not segregation and exclusion.

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7 thoughts on “Islamization of Australia”

  1. For Gramfan: What the Victorian Multicultural Commission is fulfilling …

    Psalm 83
    Webster’s Bible Translation

    1 A song, or Psalm of Asaph. Keep not thou silence, O God: hold not thy peace, and be not still, O God.

    2 For lo, thy enemies make a tumult: and they that hate thee have lifted up the head.

    3 They have taken crafty counsel against thy people, and consulted against thy hidden ones.

    4 They have said, Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation; that the name of Israel may be no more in remembrance.

    5 For they have consulted together with one consent: they are confederate against thee […]

    They will be defeated.

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