Islam: so why can’t we talk about it?

The Federal Government claims the “firebrand Sheikh” Feiz Mohammed is working hand in hand with authorities.

He’s now preaching moderation, not Jihad.

“Certainly as a community leader he’s someone who is getting behind the countering violent extremism program that we have in many communities across Australia,” Federal Attorney General Mark Dreyfus said.

In a weekend interview, Dreyfus was at pains to play down any link between Feiz’s former extremist speeches and the Boston bombings.

 Dreifus shouldn’t be at pains, he should be retired.

If this faith causes this fear, let’s discuss it/Andrew Bolt

We have more Buddhists than Muslims in this country, but only one of those two faiths causes authorities to fear:

“LONE wolf “ potential terrorists radicalising in Australian homes are of grave concern to authorities, AFP Commissioner Tony Negus said in the wake of the Boston bombings. 

That’s a brave character reference from Dreyfus: 

The warnings from Australia’s top cop came as Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus claimed a radical Sydney cleric used online by one of the marathon terrorists had changed his attitude to work against extremism after he previously said children should be raised to follow jihad and become martyrs to Islam.

Dreyfus has great faith in the conversion of a hate-preaching bigot and loudmouth. Here is a riot just last year which reportedly featured supporters and students of this Sheikh (who says he told them not to go and condemned the violence):

Among Feiz’s past teachings:


Feiz’s new, reformed attitude:

As they say, it’s only through experience you become wise. Not that I retract what I have said in the past, but now I am wiser than I was in the past and the way I do things and say things, I’ve got to be exceptionally careful of … because I do not want to pass the message incorrectly across.

An even more exciting multicultural future awaits:

AUSTRALIA has taken a lead role in Syria’s humanitarian crisis amid warnings that if not resolved within months, the world would have to deal with the greatest exodus of refugees since World War II. 

6 thoughts on “Islam: so why can’t we talk about it?”

  1. “…he’s someone who is getting behind the countering violent extremism program that we have…” (says Dreyfus about Sheikh Feiz Mohammed.
    I guess that means he is on the payroll of the A-G’s Dep’t; he is paid to lie.
    Great work, Dreyfus.

  2. Seriously though, how can we find out if the sheikh is being paid by the A-G: this would be scandalous. Actually, I would be interested in a list of people paid in this “countering violent extremism” programme. Does the public have the right to know?

  3. On one side we are being attacked by pislam and on the other we are being attacked by our own Govt,…decrying the freedom of speech is against all things that we stand for!
    Dreyfuss seems to have a very poor memory of what the mussies did to his people and here he is now supporting them and makes it worse if he is paying this scum then he is decriminalising every aspect of terrorism.

  4. Deliberately maintaining the LIE that Jihad = “peaceful inner struggle,” against ALL the clear Qur’anic definitions and subsequent historical evidence to the contrary, is not only to wilfully engage in perpetuating the perpetration of the crime of public deception, but to act as a willing accessory enabling all the crimes of our self-determined moslem enemies.

    Any lawyer, judge, or politician who engages in such practices is a criminal, an outlaw, and a traitor to rationality and civilization, and so should be dealt with accordingly.

    Islam is only extortion, period. And extortion is always a crime.

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