Not without my hijaab:
As a devout Muslim in recent years, Amira always wore her hijaab. (And terrorised her infidel neighbours)
Rose Karroum, whose sister Amira died in the war-torn nation on Saturday with her husband, Yusuf Ali, said her Southport-based family were struggling to grieve because of ongoing stress centred around media reports.
“Can’t breathe,” and “we know nothing….”
The Islamic community has taken to social media forums expressing concerns over photos of Amira and asking friends and family not to share anything, especially involving pictures without a hijaab.
Our crusty print media downunder makes it sound as if we lost something. We didn’t.
Here comes the Kool Aid, kaffirs: suck it up!
AMIRA Karroum’s friends from school remember her beautiful smile and her bubbly personality.
She was a girl who would throw her arms around mates and greet them with a hug and a kiss as she grew up a “sweet and caring” daughter on the Gold Coast beaches, where her dad ran a kebab shop along the Glitter Strip.
To the people who knew her from those days, she would have seemed the unlikeliest terrorist – they would never have thought of her as a religious martyr.
THERE ARE TIMES YOU NEED TO FIGHT
Hala Trad is a 23-year-old philosophy student from Yagoona. She was born in Australia to Lebanese parents. Her father Keysar fled his homeland in 1976 as a refugee and her mother arrived here in 1986. Here she tellsÂ TAYLOR AUERBACHÂ why she sympathises with Australian Muslims who feel compelled to join the war in Syria.