Next to Parliament House, of course. Â How about next to our Â magnificent Aboriginal Embassy?
AN ISLAMIC group (led by sharia & burqa advocate Ikebal Patel) Â has sought land in the capital to build a Museum ofÂ (non existent) Â Islamic Art and History.
The Australian Federation of Islamic Councils last April requested a plot from the National Capital Authority to found an institution showcasing Islam’s contributions to building the nation.
Islam is not into nation building, Ikebal.Â Â Lets hear it fromÂ Â Sayyid Abul Ala Maududi:
“Islam wishes to destroy all States and Governments anywhere on the face of the earth which are opposed to the ideology and programme of Islam regardless of the country or the Nation which rules it.Â The purpose of Islam is to set up a State on the basis of its own ideology and programme, regardless of which Nation assumes the role of the standard bearer of Islam or the rule ofÂ which nation is undermined in the process of the establishment of an ideological Islamic State.”
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Documents obtained by theÂ Sunday Canberra TimesÂ through freedom of informationÂ show the representative body hopes to exhibit Islamic art, culture and history at the proposed museum.
In correspondence with the National Capital Authority, Muslims Australia president Ikebal Patel said the proposed institution would be a valuable addition to the capital’s landscape, educating the nation on the legacy of Islam here, an association that started before white settlement. (WTF???) The letter said Muslim Australians represented about 1 per cent of the population, drawn from dozens of distinct ethnic groups.
Mr Patel said the dedication of a museum would help strengthen ties with Islamic countries, including two of our closest neighbours, Malaysia and Indonesia, as well as the Muslim market – worth billions to the Australian economy each year through education, the halal meat trade and tourism.
The Parliamentary Zone already houses the Centre for Christianity and Culture and Mr Patel said the proposed museum would become a valuable resource in promoting inter-faith cooperation in Australia. Â (More da’awa ???)
”Muslims’ contribution to developing Australia is part of the heritage of all Australians and not showcasing such an important part of a country’s culture and beginning in an appropriate manner is to be redressed in a positive and enlightening manner,” the application said.
(The Â Broken Hill Jihad comes to mind)
”The representation of Islamic art and culture and its contribution to science (Islamic science?) and to society is enormous and showcasing this remarkable achievement in Canberra will be magnificent.
”We therefore … formally [apply] for a suitable piece of land in an appropriate location in Canberra under the control of the [NCA].”