“Australian Mothers”

Shamira Hussein wants more ‘hate-speech’ laws to shut up criticism of Islam:

Fact or fiction?

Muslims ”ruin Christmas, hate democracy, have too many wives, watch too much Arabic news … eat halal food, hamper access to public swimming pools and fail to assimilate”.

Shamira Hussein makes it sound as if its not true. And she doesn’t like free speech either:

“Sins of the few don’t define the whole”

“It is time the government got as tough on Islamophobic extremism as it is on Islamic extremism.  A law prohibiting vilification on the ground of religion would be a small step in this direction. Perhaps then, all Australian mothers would be able to walk safely through the streets with their children.”

Shi'ite Muslim women attend an Ashura procession in central Sydney

WTF? ‘Australian mothers?’ 

The government is “tough on Islamic extremism?”

Not that I have noticed. But we have draconian ‘hate-speech’ laws already, Shamira. And freedom of speech is the fundamental ingredient of a free society. Perhaps the grievance mongering Shamira should consider moving to a muselmanic desert where criticism of Islam is forbidden. For the rest of Australia it is high time to stand up against muselmanic demands.

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2 thoughts on ““Australian Mothers””

  1. Shamira Hussain, with all her claptrap and agitprop, keeps her mugshots under wraps. But by looking for one, I found this, which is a carbon copy of the usual Mohammedan rubbish we are confronted with on a daily basis:

    From her bio:

    Jamila Hussein sees teaching subjects such as Asian Law and Legal Systems and Islamic Law, as an important opportunity to broaden UTS students’ perspectives of the Law and how it functions and addresses the needs and circumstances of different cultures and communities.

    She was formally a member of the Women’s Inter-faith Network; the Muslim Women’s National Network of Australia; and the ‘Engaging with Women’ Sub-Committee, Muslim Community Reference Group (MCRG). This latter body advises the Federal Government on matters affecting the Australian Muslim community

    About her son:

    The majority of Muslims in Australia are, like my son, born here or came as young children, are educated, hold responsible jobs, look after their families and steer clear of any involvement in extremism or crime. Mostly they obey the sharia as well as Australian law. For most there is no conflict between the two systems. The ordinary citizen reading the tabloid press might think differently.

    “Ordinary Australians” are too dumb to understand the complexities and the enrichment that is inflicted on us through her imperial Islamic supremacy.

    Here’s the whole article:

    “Does judgement cause division”

    I had a phone call from one of my sons on Wednesday night. He was upset that some of the people he considered his friends had been posting disparaging remarks about Muslims on Facebook. They were the usual stereotypes – Muslims were violent, Muslims wanted to bring in sharia, Muslims didn’t integrate, didn’t share Aussie values and so on.

    The majority of Muslims in Australia are, like my son, born here or came as young children, are educated, hold responsible jobs, look after their families and steer clear of any involvement in extremism or crime. Mostly they obey the sharia as well as Australian law. For most there is no conflict between the two systems. The ordinary citizen reading the tabloid press might think differently.

    Last week, four men, said to be followers of the strict Wahhabi sect of Islam, allegedly inflicted 40 lashings on a convert for drinking alcohol, a crime under Islamic law. Apparently the police were told the offenders were inflicting a “sharia” punishment.

    Hardly anyone checked the facts. The men’s actions were wrong, not only under Australian law but also under Islamic law. Even in the few Muslim countries that apply sharia, the offender should be considered innocent until proven guilty and entitled to a fair trial before being punished. A Muslim caught drinking in Malaysia, for instance, would expect to be brought before the sharia court and, after due process, punished. He would not expect to be set upon in his home by vigilantes.

    The second point is that Islamic law requires Muslims who live in non-Muslim countries to obey the law of the land. Muslims may strongly disapprove of acquaintances drinking alcohol but the vast majority wouldn’t take the law into their own hands.

    The same rules apply to new Muslim individuals who go around loudly demanding that sharia replace the Australian legal system. Many modern Muslim scholars believe that the objectives of sharia – fairness and social justice – are already being met in the legal systems of most Western countries. We have a globalized multicultural and multi-religious society. It is generally remarkably harmonious. We should not cause division by blaming all the members of one community for the faults of a few individuals.

    Jamila Hussain is a senior lecturer in law at the University of Technology, Sydney. She has been actively involved in the Muslim community for many years and has given papers at a number of national and international conferences on the subject of Islam and Muslims in Australian society.

  2. Yes Jamila BLAH BLAH BLAH F**cking BLAH….

    Heard all your shyte before. You will ‘NEVER’ be Australian but you will always be Muslim!

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