That’s because Muselmaniacs have very
warped and twisted different morals. And it seems they now feel strong enough that they no longer feel the need to engage in taqiyya, religiously mandated lying to deceive the unbelievers.
Thanks to the Q-Society
We learn that on 30 August 2014 the Sydney Opera House will host a presentation in defence of savage barbarism by the spokesman of an anti-democratic Sunni Islamic organisation. The presentation is titled:
” HONOUR KILLINGS ARE MORALLY JUSTIFIED”
The Muslim spokesman presenting this is Uthman Badar of Hizb ut-Tahir. This is the same group which has advised Muslims how to get to Syria after the Federal Government clamped down on travel to join jihad. This group is banned in some countries as terrorism feeder. The publicly declared aim of HuT is to replace democracy with a global theocratic regime.
Would anyone other than a Muslim spokesman from an Islamic group like HuT try to defend the outrageous, primitive barbaric and evil practice of honour killings? What message does this give to young Muslims in Australia?
What signal does Sydney and the NSW government send to the world, when it provides a stage for apologists for murder and savage barbarism? Is this courtesy of the new sponsor of the Sydney Opera house, the feudal regime of the Arab Emirates?
We suggest you write to your local MP and Senator and alert them to this absurd decision by the management of Sydney Opera house.
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Uthman BadarÂ is spokesman for Hizb ut-Tahrir in Australia. Hizb ut-Tahrir is a global advocacy group working for positive change in the Muslim world via the re-establishment of the Islamic Caliphate. He is a well-known speaker, writer and activist in the Muslim community in Sydney.
For most of recorded history parents have reluctantly sacrificed their childrenâ€”sending them to kill or be killed for the honour of their nation, their flag, their king, their religion. But what about killing for the honour of one’s family? Overwhelmingly, those who condemn ‘honour killings’ are based in the liberal democracies of the West. The accuser and moral judge is the secular (white) westerner and the accused is the oriental other; the powerful condemn the powerless. By taking a particular cultural view of honour, some killings are condemned whilst others are celebrated. In turn, the act becomes a symbol of everything that is allegedly wrong with the other culture.