Wahwah’s infidel-hatin’ hatey hate speech surely won’t be permitted much longer under Nicola Roxon’s proposed language laws. Surely.

When it comes to Roxon and her ilk, the believers see their faith confirmed by this verse from the Koran:

“The unbelievers are like beasts. Deaf, dumb, and blind, they understand nothing” (2:172).

Telegraph

RADICAL Islamist group Soldiers of Allah from Hizb ut-Tahrir were upset with reports this week that their leader, the euphoniously named Sheik Ismail Al-Wahwah, had called for Australia to be ruled by Muslim law.

Under a Wahwah-style government, reports said, alcohol would be banned, an Islamic dress code enforced and languages other than Arabic outlawed in schools.

This was the Hizbies’ cue to call a Wahwambulance. “Ismail al-Wahwah did not mention Australia at all in his lecture, a fact evident to anyone who watches the excerpts of the lecture on the basis of which the claim was made,” the group wailed.

“The lecture, the complete recording of which will be up on our website soon, was about the establishment of the Caliphate in the Muslim World. At no point was any vision for Australia presented.” Well, let’s check exactly what Wahwah said in his lecture, which formed the basis of those reports.

Islam claims the world and everything in it for allah and his inventor, Muhammad. That includes Australia. The Hizbutt lies couldn’t be more in-your-face. And yet, we have traitors among us who allow these people to settle  among us in ever larger  numbers.

“That is the duty of the caliphate to implement Islam internally and carry the light of Islam to the rest of the world,” the Sheik declared. “How? Not with flowers.”

Key words: “The rest of the world.” The last time we checked, Australia was part of that world. Wahwah’s wishes apply as much here as they do anywhere else. Wahwah is pedalling caliphate crap, plain and simple.

(By the way, no flowers and no booze? Dates with this bloke must be a delight.)

Another local caliphate fan also emerged recently, courtesy of international monitoring organisation The Middle East Media Research Institute. Former Catholic Musa Cerantonio spoke at Islamic venues in Sydney and Melbourne late last year.

“Re-establishing the Islamic state is eventually going to be a military matter, and it is a matter that concerns a large part of the Islamic nation,” Musa, raised in Victoria, said.

“The Taliban, may Allah grant them victory, they are the heroes of the Islamic nation these days. These are men.” Lucky for them. If they were women, they’d be pelted with rocks and have acid thrown in their faces.

“They are the men of this Islamic nation today, the Taliban, may Allah grant them victory. You don’t find anyone like them on the face of this earth.”

For which we can all be deeply thankful.

Peacemaker Musa continued: “The answer to Palestine is not by holding hands with the infidels. It’s not by pleading to the UN to accept Palestine as a nation.

“The answer is, as the Prophet said, to fight the infidels until the religion belongs to Allah. The primary goal or strength that we are going to have is in physical warfare.”

This infidel-hatin’ hatey hate speech surely won’t be permitted much longer under Nicola Roxon’s proposed language laws. Surely.

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Roxon would do herself a great favour to study up on some Koran verses.

 

 

5 thoughts on “Wahwah’s infidel-hatin’ hatey hate speech surely won’t be permitted much longer under Nicola Roxon’s proposed language laws. Surely.”

  1. “Roxon would do herself a great favour to study up on some Koran verses”

    Oh puuuleeese, dont encourage this nasty, thinlipped, faux-moralising, feminazi bully ! She will enforce them!

  2. And this column got published in an Aussie newspaper?

    Not on a blog hiding somewhere in cyberspace.

    An actual on-paper newspaper?

    Wow. (I observe, ‘sheik’, that you only needed to reword one line of it; the rest of it read like something you yourself might have written!).

    The author of the article has, it seems, learned to cross-check and doublecheck so as to see through Muslim weaselwording:

    Said the Muslim Damage Control artists, frantically throwing sand:

    ‘”The lecture, the complete recording of which will be up on our website soon, was about the establishment of the Caliphate in the Muslim World. At no point was any vision for Australia presented.”

    Replied the DT’s columnist, or ‘Staff Writer’:

    ‘Well, let’s check exactly what Wahwah said in his lecture, which formed the basis of those reports.

    ‘”That is the duty of the caliphate to implement Islam internally and carry the light of Islam to the rest of the world,” the Sheik declared. “How? Not with flowers.”

    ‘Key words: “The rest of the world.”

    ‘The last time we checked, Australia was part of that world.

    ‘Wahwah’s wishes apply as much here as they do anywhere else. Wahwah is pedalling caliphate crap, plain and simple.'”

    To the Daily Telegraph: thank you for publishing this.

    I don’t know who you are, Mr Daily Telegraph’s Staff Writer, but you’ve obviously done your homework.

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