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‘More traditional mosques needed’: Grand Mufti Ibrahim Abu Mohammed
MORE mosques should be built across the country to stop young Muslims becoming radicalised, Australia’s Grand Mufti has warned. Â (Perth Now)
Islamic youths are increasingly turning to backyard prayer halls and “mini mosques” where self-styled imams are teaching extreme doctrine because there are not enough traditional centres to cater for them, Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohammed said.
The frequent rejection of building applications not only meant the number of mosques can’t keep pace with the growing needs of the faith, but also led to increasing isolation and anger among Muslims who felt they were being rejected by the public.
Money no object. But where is that money coming from?
Dr Ibrahim said his long-term vision, along with that of the Australian National Imams Council, was to build mosques large enough to accommodate gyms, lecture halls and facilities for women and children.
Da’awaa, the call to submit:
They would also be open to non-Muslims as a means of promoting engagement with the wider community and removing the fear of the “unknown”.
“People need to understand a mosque is not a source of threat,” Dr Ibrahim said.
More mosques, more terror. Fact vs taqiyya, religiously mandated lying.
“A mosque is not a radicalising factor. A mosque is a source of security. A person who has a connection to a mosque is also a person who is law-abiding, who is respectful to others.
“Law abiding” in this context means sharia. The mosque is to shelter muslims from infidel persecution.
“If you look at the percentage of Muslims in Australia and you look at the number of churches and mosques in terms of representation, there is a vast difference. There are a lot of churches based on the percentage of Christians, but on the percentage of Muslims there are not enough mosques to cater to their needs.”
This guy sounds as if Muslims were already in the majority.
But local councils were preventing the balance from being restored, with numerous development applications ending up in ugly court battles.
Resisting Islam calls for jihad.
“Any rejection of any mosque or Islamic school, that actually has a large impact on the general Muslim community,” Dr Ibrahim said. “Many elements in the Muslim community would feel the general Australian public is against us, the government or the country is rejecting us, and it creates a feeling of isolation, which leads people to live in ghettos and basically further isolate themselves from the wider community, and this is wrong.
”We have sent you forth to all mankind” (Q. 34:28).Â If non-Muslims submit to conversion or subjugation, this call (dawa) can be pursued peacefully. If they do not, Muslims are obliged to wage war against them.Â In Islam, peace requires that non-Muslims submit to the call of Islam, either by converting or by accepting the status of a religious minority (dhimmi) and paying the imposed poll tax, jizya.
The infidels need to submit to Islamic mores:
“We need to be engaging and communicating with each other much more. There needs to be a lot more efforts to understand each other.”
Islam hit the headlines last week, with a British soldier murdered on a London street and an accused Sydney rioter refusing to stand for a magistrate.
Dr Ibrahim said the “weight” was now on Muslims around the world to put the religion back into a “positive light”. He said the Boston marathon bombings which killed three people were the actions of “evil” men, not religious ones.
They were very religious.
“That radicalism is a human phenomenon that happens regardless of race, colour of skin and creed. It’s just blind rage, if you will.
BS on steroids. Despicable.
“There is nothing justified in the acts of this person. It was a person who was angry, acting in this way.
Yes there was. Islam.
“There are a lot of people out there who would think all of Islam is like this and all Muslims think in this way.
“These terrorist attacks are alien to the traditional Islamic understanding and it will put more weight and responsibility on Muslims to put Islam in a positive light again and clear Islam of the tainting that has been happening.”
Shut your lying mouth, mufti!
In relation to the case of Mohammed Issaka, who cited religious reason for refusing to stand for magistrate Jacqueline Milledge, Dr Ibrahim said the behaviour was a “misunderstanding”.
No. It wasn’t. We see thisÂ behaviour everywhere.
While being careful not to comment on the man himself due to the ongoing court case, he said it was obvious there had been a confusion between religious customs and social customs.
“It’s something we need to respect and uphold. “It is exactly the same as a traffic light. If it’s red you have to stop, it’s not a matter of stopping only for God.”
He added that in his 35 years studying Islam, he has never “come across anything like that” or anyone who has taught that interpretation.
We will see more of it, a lot more. With every mosque there will be more.