Wally can't see it, can't say it….

Column – It shouldn’t be this hard for a terrorism expert to see Boko Harama and say “Muslim”

Andrew Bolt

WALEED Aly is the model moderate Muslim, used by the media to persuade us we have little to fear from Islam but our own bigotry.

His rewards have been great. Once the spokesman for the Islamic Council of Victoria, he is now an ABC radio host, a Channel 10 co-presenter and an Age columnist.

He is even a politics lecturer at Monash University’s Global Terrorism Research Centre, despite having no doctorate and having qualified in engineering and law.

This week Aly showed the style that’s made him such a pet of the establishment Left but a worry to me.

Nigeria’s Boko Haram group last month kidnapped more than 200 schoolgirls from a boarding school and its leader announced they were “slaves” he would sell. Two are already said to be dead.

As so often when Muslim terrorists strike, Aly was brought on by Channel Ten’s The Project to explain away our fears as “an expert in terrorism”.

“So who is this group exactly?” he was asked.

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2 thoughts on “Wally can't see it, can't say it….”

  1. I read article after article after article about Muslim terrorism in the lamestream and, most times, the words “Islam” and or “Muslim” are never used even once.

  2. But what you read, about those people with the Arabic names, from specifically Muslim societies or enclaves, is the heart and soul of Islam.
    It is profane.

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