ASIO director-general David Irvine also stepped up his call for controversial new laws forcing phone and internet companies to keep records of customers’ communications for up to two years, describing it as ‘‘absolutely crucial’’ to the spy agency’s future work…
The spy boss … [said] that on top of the roughly 60 people fighting in the Middle East, there were ‘‘some tens of people who’ve already returned’’…
He also revealed there were ‘‘another 150 that we’re looking at here in Australia who have inclinations to support those … extremist groups’’ – referring to the al-Qaeda offshoots the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, and Jabhat al-Nusra.
About 30 Australians went to fight in Afghanistan, of whom 19 were suspected of involvement in terrorism when they returned home and eight were convicted.
The relentless push for homo marriage Downunder
Shorty in full blown Climate Denial Mode
Shorten’s claim: “ … There is no doubt our Earth is warming.”
Incredibly stupid but true: there will be another carbon tax under a government Bill Shorten leads.
- There will be a carbon tax again under a government Shorten leadsÂ (talk about a bitter clinger!)
- Column – Bill Shorten’s four big fibs about his new carbon tax—Incredible but true: there will be another carbon tax under a government Bill Shorten leads.
So when the Dear Leader Kevin747 and the rest of the multicult brigade hailed Fadi Abdul Rahman as THE ‘role model’ for the young Lebanese Muslims, did they realise they did so in the fullest sense of the word?Â
BENDIGO Time and again we are being told that the local Muslim community of maybe 300 Muslims would be behind the Bendigo mega mosque, and that only “racist”, “bigoted” and “islam-o-phobic” out-of-towners are stirring up hatred against Muslims.
Fact is, it is a Sydney-based organisation which is behind this mosque project, a Sunni-Islamic group called Australian Islamic Mission (1) (2). This group operates the Punchbowl mosque in Sydney’s West, a rich fountain of love, harmony and gender equality.
What may be a less well known fact is the gentleman currently serving as president of Australian Islamic Mission (AIM) is Bashar Al-Jamal. Bashar follows Zachariah Matthews in this post, who was president of AIM in March 2010, when he suggested in Lakemba that Islamic sharia should be given legal recognition in Australia. The reader will remember the public outcry after this ‘slip of the tongue’ by the then AIM president. Bashar Al-Jamal soon replaced Zachariah Matthews after this careless moment of truth.
However, and more significantly, Bashar Al-Jamal is also the current regional director of another Islamic organisation by the name of ‘Human Appeal International’ – or HAI. This is not an unknown player amongst security and intelligence services. Officially HAI acts as Islamic charity, with a particular focus on orphans in the Middle East.
Orphans in Arabic countries not only come about due to sickness and accidents of their parents, but also because their fathers go on “martyr missions”. A martyr in the Islamic sense is someone who straps on explosives, goes into a market, rides on a bus, or enters a pizza shop and then blows himself up – together with as many infidels as possible. Knowing their children will be financially looked after by ‘charities’ like HAI, is of significant comfort to these martyrs.
HAI has for years now been suspected to support Arab/Muslim terror organisations operating in and around Israel and in the wider Middle East. For example the Australian ABC reported that “A 1996 CIA document states: Human Appeal International probably acts as a fund raiser for the Palestinian extremist organisation Hamas.”It goes on to state: “Human Appeal International is linked to the now defunct charity Muwafaq, which was accused by the US as being an Al Qaeda front organisation.” (3)
The Israeli Government has proscribed HAI with other ‘charities’ acting as conduits for Hamas and other terror networks (4), while Wikileaks exposed US foreign service cables and CIA information detailing HAI activities and concerns about terror funding activities. (5)
Will this make the good councilors of Bendigo see that the mosque they just approved could be a Trojan horse and serve more sinister purposes? Rather unlikely as Bendigo’s councillors, and the special financial interests behind the project, want this mosque, no matter what.
And here’s a last hint: Do you recognize the three letters in the below graphic and which fine organisation they stand for?