SBS & ABC get help from “Islamic studies expert” Dr Jan Ali from the University of Western Sydney

 Inciting Hatred Against Geert Wilders is Okay:

Just to be sure: the leftist dimbulbs from the state run media rely on “Islamic studies expert Dr” Jan Ali from  -you guessed it-  the University of Western Sydney, a hotbed of “climate justice”, Islamic prayer rooms and the whole Bolshevik indoctrination program. Really, there is nothing to worry about, Wilders got it all wrong; so ignore the “scare-mongering” of the racist-bigot-Islamophobes and wait till the Muslims have the upper hand.

“Dr Jan Ali” lies his ass off, literally.

SBS Smear Job: Inciting Hatred Against Geert Wilders is Okay

Geert Downunder:

“THIRTY years ago, as a young man, I dreamed of Australia. I wanted to find myself a job there. Lack of sufficient funds decided otherwise and I ended up in Israel, working in a bakery in Jerusalem and on a farm near Jericho…” so wrote Geert Wilders in the Australian today. Well he has arrived!

“Cold Reception for anti-Islam campaigner”

The Watermelon Brigades are all fired up:

There will be protests against Wilders’ visit in MelbourneSydney and Perth.

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Whenever the law conflicts with sharia, the sharia trumps the law of the land

Double standards and hypocrisy:

A court in southern Spain has acquitted eight Muslims who were accused of resorting to violence to break a ban on Muslim prayers in a cathedral in the city of Córdoba. The church was once the world’s second-biggest mosque and remains the single most powerful symbol of Islam in Spain.

Some observers say the ruling, which caught Spanish public prosecutors completely by surprise, reflects a desire by local judges to dispense with a highly sensitive case that has the potential to inflame Muslim sensibilities.

But the ruling is likely to embolden the growing Muslim community in Spain and elsewhere, who believe they have a legitimate claim to the historic monument because of its former identity as a mosque.


Its not a crime to have a sex slave under Islamic law: 

Saudi says he’s innocent and a victim of anti-Muslim sentiment:

Saudi publisher of Islamic books, convicted of sexual assault, claims he is victim of “anti-Muslim sentiment,” may be allowed to leave U.S.

Of course: it was “Islamophobia” that made it seem as if Homaidan al-Turki was keeping his housekeeper as his sex slave. Of course, the Qur’an and some contemporary Muslim authorities justify sex slavery, so only greasy Islamophobes could object, right?

“Mr. al-Turki has never accepted responsibility for his crimes nor undergone any rehabilitation as a sex offender. I am hopeful that the Department of Corrections will put the interests of justice and the protection of women above the interests of the Saudi government.” Don’t count on it.

“Saudi man convicted of sex assault in ’06 may be allowed to leave U.S.,” from theAssociated Press, February 17 (thanks to Bill):

A Saudi linguist convicted of sexually assaulting a housekeeper and keeping her a virtual slave for four years in Colorado has cleared initial administrative hurdles to be transferred to Saudi Arabia under a U.S. treaty, angering prosecutors who put him in prison.


Muslim Man and Wife Accused of Treating Girl as a Virtual Slave

As a Muslim Mr. Ashar has the right to have a Kafir sex slave outside of marriageaccording to the verses in the Koran 4:24 and 33:50.  However, the Sharia also specifies that he shouldn’t mistreat her as he’s been accused of doing.

Islamification of Western societies threatens everyone’s freedoms

BY: GEERT WILDERS / From:The Australian

THIRTY years ago, as a young man, I dreamed of Australia. I wanted to find myself a job there. Lack of sufficient funds decided otherwise and I ended up in Israel, working in a bakery in Jerusalem and on a farm near Jericho.

During the year that I lived in Israel, I travelled to Egypt. This trip made a huge impression on me. Israel and Egypt are neighbours, with the same climate, similar resources, the same potential. And yet Egypt is poor while Israel is wealthy. Even though at the time I was not interested in politics, I learned from this trip that the key to understanding the wealth of nations lies in their culture. If the latter promotes freedom, a nation will prosper.

In the 30 years since my first visit to Egypt, I have visited Indonesia, Turkey, Tunisia, Syria, Iraq, Iran and Afghanistan. I left Iran in a hurry once, fearing for my life, because, in a speech at a Tehran school for diplomats and military cadets, I had criticised the regime and spoke in defence of Israel. They had told me that I was allowed to speak freely, but it was naive to believe them.