Radical headbangers plan the “largest ever Islamic Conference in the history of Australia”

IF Geert Wilders is wrong, let his critics explain next month’s “Islamic Peace Conference” at the Melbourne Showgrounds.

GEERT WILDERS’ CRITICS OWE HIM AN APOLOGY FOR HAVING BEEN SO BLIND, SAYS ANDREW BOLT. 

I’ve checked what huge billboards around Melbourne claim is the “largest ever Islamic Conference in the history of Australia”, at which 20,000 people are expected.    (Andrew Bolt)

Will Juliar Gillard who embarrassed Australia by condemning Geert Wilders also condemn  this  “largest ever Islamic Conference in the history of Australia?”

Will our ruling statists find “their views abhorrent” and declare them ‘not welcome in Australia?’ Will Opposition Leader Tony Abbott, who said Mr Wilders’ comments on Islam were substantially wrong, condemn these savages? How many hotel managers will refuse to honour their bookings? How many venues refused to host them? How many hundreds, if not thousands of police units must be deployed to keep these  fanatical soldiers of allah in check? Will Nick Kotsiras  and his lipspittle Chin Tan swallow their vomit and apologise for their ignorant psycho-babble? Will the Moonbat Heralds ignorant 3-penny “philosopher” Tim Soutphommasane,  who raved and ranted about  “the Dutch MP’s vile views” expose the genocidal lunatics who seek our demise?

I promise to swallow my hat if he does.

These  are the same people who want to kill Wilders and establish sharia law under a global Caliphate because Muhammad commanded them to wage jihad like he did back in the 7th century.

And yet, it is Wilders who is characterised as an extremist.

Will West Australian Premier Colin Barnett apologise to the Q-Society and Geert Wilders for forcing  Mr Wilders to cancel his speech after saying he was not welcome at government buildings?

Cowardly critics of Geert Wilders shame our country

IF Geert Wilders is wrong, let his critics explain next month’s “Islamic Peace Conference” at the Melbourne Showgrounds.

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I’ve checked what huge billboards around Melbourne claim is the “largest ever Islamic Conference in the history of Australia”, at which 20,000 people are expected.

I’ve checked what the “chief guest” – Sheikh Abdur-Rahman Al-Sudais, imam of Mecca’s Grand Mosque – has said of Jews: “The scum of the human race, the rats of the world, . . . the offspring of apes and pigs” whom God should “terminate”.

I’ve checked what other invited speakers have said about killing gays, beating women to make them “shape up”, executing apostates and supporting terrorists.

And the evidence is damning: Wilders’ critics owe him an apology for having been so blind. So cowardly.

Wilders is the eloquent leader of Holland’s third-largest political party and last week tried to conduct a speaking tour of Australia to argue Islam is incompatible with Western values and freedoms.

Wilders might know. For nine years, he has had to live under constant police guard after criticising Islam.

Islamists have been jailed after plotting his death. Another Islamist used a knife to pin a note to the body of slaughtered film director Theo van Gogh, warning Wilders would be next.

Yes, most Muslims are moderate, Wilders agrees, but their “violent Islamic ideology” is not and commands followers not to be, either.

If so, mass immigration to the West of followers of such an ideology is a danger.

There may be good arguments against this, but attempts here to simply drown Wilders out with abuse, misrepresentation and threats shame this country.

His Melbourne speech was blockaded by violent protesters. His Perth speech was called off when the venue became one of 30 to cancel for fear of reprisals.

Even the Executive Council of Australian Jewry claimed it was Wilders, himself, who incited hatreds: “Inciting hatred and animosity towards specific cultural or faith-based communities has no place in Australia.”

The Islamic Council of Victoria, along with the Victorian Council of Churches, agreed : “We are concerned that the visit of Mr Wilders will be used to introduce overseas hatreds.”

Yet this same Islamic Council actively promotes next month’s “Islamic Peace Conference”, some of whose invited speakers preach an Islam that sounds just like the imported hatred Wilders describes.

The conference is fronted by Wazeem Razvi, founder of the Melbourne-based Islamic Research and Education Academy and supporter of Sharia law here.

“We are not non-violent,” he preached last year.

“We are violent but when there is a need for it . . . We have in Islam, jihad, yes, but we will never do terrorism. Yes, jihad is very Islamic.”

But in a recorded speech in December, Razvi said one of the speakers he had invited for the conference was Indian sheikh Zakir Naik, “my boss’s boss”, who has a very different line on terrorism.

A YouTube clip shows Naik declaring: “If (late terrorist chief Osama bin Laden) is fighting the enemies of Islam, I am for him.” He adds: “Every Muslim should be a terrorist.”

Razvi talks big, and none of the overseas speakers he claimed in December he had asked is yet listed in the conference schedule.

But his wish list suggests the Islam he wants to push.

Another invited speaker is Sheikh Assim Al-Hakeem, who says “homosexuality is an abnormality” to be punished by death.

He says polygamy is allowed, genital mutilation of girls “recommended”, and wives refusing their husbands sex “a sin”.

Leaving Islam “is apostasy and it is punishable by death in an Islamic society”.

Another speaker, Abu Hamza, head of the Islamic Information Services Network of Australasia, also says women “must respond” if their husbands want sex and could be beaten “to shape them up”.

“Don’t hit your wife,” Hamza says on YouTube, before instructing men to do so in an Islamic way as a “last resort” without causing bruising or bleeding: “The beating the prophet Mohammed showed is like the toothbrush.”

Malaysia’s Sheikh Hussain Yee, another invitee, claims Jews celebrated the September 11 attacks and are the true “extremists”.

Then there’s Sheikh Mohammed Omran, head of Australia’s fundamentalist Ahl as Sunnah wal Jamah, who once said: “I dispute any evil action linked to bin Laden.” Later he conceded: “He is a good man in some ways, and not in other ways.”

I don’t say all Muslim groups backing this conference know of or support these statements. Razvi claimed he was surprised to hear of Sudais’ attacks on Jews.  (Taqiyya)

Yet the question remains: why is Wilders vilified for warning against exactly the Islam preached by invitees to the “largest ever Islamic Conference in the history of Australia”?

16 thoughts on “Radical headbangers plan the “largest ever Islamic Conference in the history of Australia””

  1. Apologise?? you got to be kidding.

    Besides if these cretins that are supposed to be protecting our rights, protecting our welfare, representing in the best interests of their constituents turn against their very own you might well be expecting the gulag for your effort.

    They’ll spin their way out of this, use colourful language, quote misrepresentations. No doubt Juliar will have some advisors on hand to coach the event participants in what and what not to say and doing background checks on whoever seems fit to ‘rock the boat’.

    Oh what lovely times we now live in /sigh………………

  2. Typical of the lazy smearing of Wilders is this effort in The Age by Tim Soutphommasane, a 3-penny “political philosopher” at the University of Sydney and member of the Australian Multicultural Council:

    To put it plainly, we have to put up with things [in a liberal democracy] we may find repugnant. We have to tolerate the intolerable. For the vast majority of us, Wilders’ views belong to this category.

    Define “us” who find Wilders “repugnant”. Is it Age readers? Academics? Professional multiculturalists?

    Seriously, these people are insane. We cannot allow them to “educate” our children!

  3. Sheik, could somebody publish the names of the thirty organisations Australia-wide ‘proudly’ supporting the Islamic Conference? I’d certainly like to boycott their products and services if possible.

  4. Gray: I would bet it would not be producers of goods and services who are those thirty organisations. More likely it will be Islamic groups, such as university groups, who have set themselves up to enforce Islamic norms on potentially stray Muslims. But yes, I am curious too. How to find out?

  5. This should never be allowed to go ahead, further more we should all boycott any events at the showgrounds to show our disgust.

  6. It’s well known that Nick Kotsiras has the intellect of an egg plant sorry for the insult to egg plants

  7. Well you can see the side show booths FGM for begginers followed by how to beat your wife (s) how to fill out center link forms with a crayon fun for all the family sure the Imans will look after the kids corner

  8. This conference must go ahead and those dumb bastards in Immigration,ASIO should install impartial interpreters to
    monitor the proceedings.

  9. re Ranga’s suggestion, above.

    Melbourne Showgrounds, eh?

    Well, lots and lots of places for the ASIO spooks to ‘plant’ teeny-tiny concealed mikes and cameras, ahead of this conference, to monitor and record every single thing that is said and done by the speakers and conference goers. Then ask some of our Arabic-speaking NON-MUSLIMS to interpret anything that’s not in English. (Or just turn over all the footage to those clever folks who run MEMRI).

    teehee. Might be…interesting to find out what Muslims say amongst themselves when they think the feelthy kuffar ain’t listening.

    Undercover Mosque, and ‘I, Muslim’, to the nth degree.

  10. Gray sez:

    “could somebody publish the names of the thirty organisations Australia-wide ‘proudly’ supporting the Islamic Conference?”

    We publish the information as it becomes available, but we also rely on readers contributions. So do your own research and share it, we’re all in the same boat.

  11. Brought to you by The Religion of Peace!!
    What a load of crap!
    Muslims using there lovely Tiqiyya.
    Muslims cannot be trusted!
    So True!

  12. I wonder how many Aussie Kaffir will be standing outside protesting that this Peace Conference is a sham? A Bur and a Bur!!

    Religion of Peace my arse!!!!!

  13. sickening display of pandering and enabling and I am quite frankly embarrassed at the way this country treated Mr Wilders. Hopefully the loud applause at his last talk showed him there are some Aussies who are awake and alert to this islamic quick sand that is slowing but steadily taking us under..

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