Christina McIntosh takes a closer look at Â what our troublesome cultural enrichers call “fasting”– Â nightly events where Muslims stuff themselves in between Â what they call prayers, (cursing the kafirs) and the idolising of the global jihad.
Taxpayer funded promotion of thisÂ ridiculous Ramadan
Fast debaucheryÂ Â by our taxpayer funded ABCÂ Â is another slap in the face of long suffering Australians. Just don’t mention the galloping Islamisation, you racist-bigot-Islamophobe!
Going by the description, all that this much-vaunted display of faux-piety involves, is stuffing your face from dusk till dawn and then spending the daylight hours digesting what you ingested during the night…Mohammed Taha does dawa and the ABC lets him do it.
“Ramadan food festival.” Â ROFLMAO. Â But true enough, as we shall see from the rest of the article. Â All unwittingly, the ABC presents a candidate for the title of “World’s Most Truthful Headline”. – CM
‘The south-west Sydney suburb of Lakemba is transformed of a night into aÂ vibrantÂ (bzzzzt! Â we weren’t going to get through an article about an Islamified suburb celebrating Ramadan – the month of jihad, too, it is, traditionally, but Mr Mohammed Taha, dawa artist, will not mentionÂ thatÂ awkward little fact – without the word “vibrant” putting in an appearanceÂ – CM) that attracts thousands of people (sic: Muslims – I doubt there are very many non-Muslim individuals or families who’d be game to venture into those crowds – anybody want to bet what might happen to anyone who put on a Star of David and then tried to walk through that “vibrant” crowd?Â – CM) to the streets to celebrate Ramadan.
‘The Islamic month began last week for Australia’s Muslims, marking a time when they fast from dawn until dusk without any food or water.
But only do so after having first stuffed themselves like Strasbourg geese during the period from dusk till dawn.Â The daytime “fast” isn’t so much a “fast” as a pause in order to digest. -Â Â CM
‘While densely populatedÂ Muslim suburbsÂ across AustraliaÂ (Muslim suburbs? How many others are they claiming? Â So far as I know, neither Lakemba nor Auburn, both in south-western Sydney, though they contain a large number of Muslims, are not 100 percent Muslim nor even 80 percent Muslim; and no other suburb in any other Australian city has as high a percentage of Muslims as Lakemba and Auburn. Â A quick google told me that as of the 2011 census Lakemba was 51.8 percent Muslim – up from 30 percent in 2001 – and 19 percent Christian [of any kind], down from 41 percent in 2001. Â As for Auburn, Muslims comprise 42 percent of its population [2011 census], with the remaining 58 percent including 12 percent Catholic and 12 percent of no religion. Â Interesting, and revealing, to observe our Muslim ABC reporter, Mr Mohammed Taha casually claiming these suburbs – in one of which Muslims have just squeaked over the 51 percent line, and in the other of which they are still not a majority – as “Muslim”. Â No other suburb in Australia is, so far as I know, as heavily Islamised as Auburn and Lakemba. -Â CM) might be quiet during the day, the suburb of Lakemba has become a popular food hotspot that is boosting the local economy.
At this point, I am going to pause, and since our Mr Mohammed Taha has openly boasted about the Islamisation of “suburbs” in Australia, and since he is focusing on Lakemba, I will link a classic article by Paul Sheehan, from the Sydney Morning Herald of 2006, which goes into some detail on some of the means by which Lakemba became so heavily Islamised; the means by which non-Muslim residents, including dear little old ladies, were systematically and aggressively harassed, threatened, and driven out, so that the Muslims might occupy the area.
“One of the edges of the global clash between Muslims and the rest is a bottle shop in a small and ratty shopping mall in western Sydney.Â The owner of the bottle shop is suffering low-level but steady harassment from his neighbours, who want him gone. He’s a Christian who has been told repeatedly: “This is a Muslim area,” and he is selling alcohol, which is proscribed by Islam.
“The one-hour parking zone outside the bottle shop is always occupied because local Muslims leave their cars there all day. The owner has written to the local council to complain, and nothing has been done. He does not want to be identified because he fears retribution. His reaction is sensible.
“A friend of mine, Jenny D, used to live in Lakemba. She began receiving insults from people in the street, usually Muslim women wearing headscarves, and sometimes Muslim men. If she wore a short skirt, she could expect abuse or comment. She left Lakemba.Â Soon after, I moved to America, stayed away for 10 years, and thought nothing more of her story. But after I came back to Sydney I found Jenny’s experience had been part of a larger pattern.
“One particularly strong witness to this pattern wasÂ Judith, who managed an agency helping war widows, because she encountered “dozens” of cases where people were harassed by Muslim neighbours who wanted them gone. “It was common,” she told me. “A lot of these ladies couldn’t take it and moved out. It happened in Campsie, Belmore, Lakemba, Bankstown, PunchbowlÂ …
“It was everything ... throwing rubbish over the fence, screaming abuse, blocking the driveway, knocking fences down. One guy would throw coffee grains on the windows and bottles on the roof late at night … I confronted some of them, and the men would call me a lot of names, mostly in Arabic.””
And now, back to Mohammed Taha and his Ramandan puff piece for the ABC, featuring wonderful, Muslim-dominated Lakemba. – CM
‘The food festival has been running for the past 10 years without much safety regulation.
Why am I not surprised? Muslims do what Muslims want, without respecting non-Muslim rules. –Â CM
“But this year Canterbury City Council has stepped in to regulate the barbeques and food stalls by requiring people to apply for a permit to meet health and safety regulations.
“We’ve licensed 23 stalls this year”, Canterbury mayor Brian Robson said. “We’ve met with the businesses in Haldon street, and with their help we’ve actually regulated the use of the barbeques. Â We should be able to control it in a very safe environment”.
Do I detect a certain note of anxiety in the voice of this dhimmified mayor? Â Question: the food might be “safe”, but how safe would this environment be for any unislamically dressed woman, or visibly identifiable Jew, Christian or Hindu? Â –Â CM
‘The increasing numbers flocking to Lakemba over the years has led to many concerns about safety.
“Last year, it was growing to such an extent that the stalls were actually going onto the road”, Cr Robson said.
No surprise. Muslims don’t give a damn about anybody else – police, ambulance, firies, or Infidels just needing to drive home after dark – who might need to use that road.Â – CM
“We also had an incident where one of the youngsters was almost burnt with one of the barbeques”.
‘The mayor says he expects thousands more to attend this year.
“Lakemba is the heart of Muslim Sydney (nota bene: “Muslim Sydney”?? And remember: Lakemba is 49 percent non-Muslim, 51 percent Muslim. Nice to know, isn’t it, that the moment Muslims achieve slightly more than half of the population, they constitute the defining feature of any given locality?Â – CM); it’s really a multicultural ceremony”, he said.
Nonsense.Â This is about Islamification; the imposition of a Muslim monoculture that intends first to dominate, and then to replace and erase everything else not-Islam. – CM
“We encourage people to come along and to enjoy the facilities we’ll be providing”.
Count me out. I’m an unislamically-dressed female who wears a cross Sunday-Friday and a Star of David on Saturdays.Â Â – CM
‘Festival growing in numbers and popularity.
Click on the link. Look at the accompanying photographs. Â Hordes of heavily-bearded menacing-looking Mohammedan males of military age, and a minority of scurrying females in Slave Rags. Â Not much evidence of any obviously non-Muslim persons.Â – CM
‘Stall holder Yasser Elyatim mans the popular camel burger stand.
“He says the camel burger has been the best seller after going through over 300 kilograms of camel meat in the last week.
“It’s become a tradition to eat the camel burgers at night”, he said.
‘Mr Elyatim says all proceeds will go to charityÂ (to Muslim “charities”Â – CM) in the spirit of Ramadan.
I wonder how much money will be going to assorted Jihad outfits? Â How many tickets to Syria will be bought? Â – CM
“All camel burger proceeds goes to the needy in Syria, it’s the least we can do to help the needy”, he said.
By “needy”, read “needy fellow Muslims of the right sect”. Â Muslim ‘charity” goes to Muslims, only, unless it is thought that selected non-Muslim recipients might convert to Islam.Â – CM
‘He says he wants more people to experience the Ramadan culture.
No, thanks.Â – CM
“Come down and see what Ramadan’s about, and what we’re about, and the hospitality – this is Lakemba”, he said.
“Hospitality”. Â Time to go back up and reread the excerpt from Mr Sheehan’s article about the methods by which Muslims achieved plurality in Lakemba.Â – CM
‘Many of the stalls are open until the early hours of the morning, and one stall holder is Musher Saleh. Â He sells carrot juice, coffee, tea, and camel and chicken burgers.
“We start from eight until four in the morning”, he said. Â “It’s the best [atmosphere], we have so much fun.
“It’s very busy becauseÂ people prepare themselves for the next day to fast, so they eat a lot so they can handle the next day”.
That ain’t a “fast”. That’s called stuffing yourself all night and then spending the day getting over it.Â – CM
‘For many people attending the festival, the food and buzz are the highlights. “We come here to buy almost everything: we try the camel burgers, the chicken kebabs”, a father of two kids said. “It’s a beautiful atmosphere. I’m so happy and excited.”
‘A young woman said the special time is about faith, family and community.
Muslim faith, Muslim family, and Muslim “community”, the Ummah or Mohammedan Mob, which intends to rule the world and dominate and domineer over all others.Â – CM
“It brings you closer to God, closer to family; it’s something that you celebrate”, she said.
Shall we ask her why Ramadan is also called “the month of Jihad”? – CM
‘Another said, “Everywhere else is closed, but this street is open”.
‘Big business for Lebanese sweet maker”.
‘Nabil Omar has been making a popular Lebanese treat at his Lakemba home for more than 30 years.
‘The month of Ramadan means peak season for the grandfather of 13, as he expects to sell about 300 kilograms of the halawet el jeban sweet.
And they call Ramadan a “fasting” month? Don’t make me laugh.Â – CM
“It’s sweet cheese. It comes from Bega”, he said. Â “We make it especially for Ramadan. It’s originally from Tripoli [in Lebanon]”.
‘The Lebanese migrantÂ (sic: Muslim colonistÂ – CM) says the sweets have become part of the Ramadan tradition.
“After they (customers) eat, they go pray in the mosque. Â (And I wonder what the khutbas will be about, this year? What with ISIS declaring a Caliphate, and Muslims from Australia wallowing in the jihad bloodbath in Syria, and Muslims murdering Christians in Nigeria, and Shiites and Sunnis going at it hammer and tongs in both Syria and Iraq? Â Let’s hope ASIO has bugged the Lakemba mosque…- CM), then they have some sweets”, he said. “Even the neighbours enjoy the sweets”.
And then, after stuffing themselves on camel burgers and sweets all night long (and here in the southern hemisphere, this year, Ramadan falls in midwinter, so they even have longer-than-usual nights during which to indulge), they will parade around all day with long, pious, holier-than-thou faces, demanding that we dirty unspiritual Infidels ought not eat or drink in front of them, because they are “fasting” ..And in some countries, Muslims will physically attack any non-Muslims who dare to eat or drink in front of them during the day. Aint’ Ramadan wonderful? –Â CM
Back to reality: Oz: Sunnis vs Alewites
A national Australian tvÂ channel has produced a shocking documentary showing that hundreds ofÂ Australian muslims are now fighting in Syria under the banner ofÂ terrorist groups. Many are returning to Australia radicalized andÂ trained in warfare. Many are taking the sectarian violence andÂ extremism reinforced with Jihadi warfare overseas and importing it
into Australia, where sunnis and shias are targeting each other in everÂ increasingly violent episodes along with less extreme members of theÂ muslim community
(Iraq) The Iraqi government reported that up to 200 terrorists were killed Thursday around the country, as they fight back against ISIS and take the fight to them.A suicide bomberÂ has detonated an explosives-rigged vehicle at a security forces position north of Baghdad, killing 15 people.(Afghanistan) 90 Taliban militants were killed and dozens more were injured in separate clashes in southern Helmand province of Afghanistan. An official from the border police forces said the clashes broke out on Thursday in Khanshin district which left 70 Taliban militants dead and around 50 others injured. In a separate clash in Baba Je area, 20 Taliban militants were killed and 7 others were injured.A suicide bomberÂ decided to go bang as a NATO armoured vehicle went past him in Kandahar, the vehicle continued on its way, but apparently he was in bits because it was undamaged. Tosser.
Four civiliansÂ were killed and 17 others were injured in separate blasts in northern and western Afghanistan on Thursday.
(Saudi Arabia) A gun attack on a Saudi border post between Saudi Arabia and Yemen resulted in 3 of the assailants killed and another arrested after they killed the guard commander. On hearing the news about the attack, the Yemeni side reported that the same idiots (above) attacked a Yemeni border post, killing one guard, minutes before the attack on the other side.
(Yemen) Two people were killed and three wounded in an attack on a government complex in Yemen’s Baida province Thursday.
(Pakistan) At least two people were killed and three injured in Karachi on Friday when a bomb exploded near a mosque in the Saddar district. According to eyewitnesses, the bomber arrived on a motorcycle and crashed into another bike. The impact detonated the bomb, giving rise to speculation that the mosque was not the intended target of the attack. The bomber died in the blast.
A policemanÂ posted at Garden Headquarters was killed in a firing incident in Gulshan-e-Mamaar area. In a separate incident, a body was found from Lyari. According to police, the victim was tortured to death.
(Lebanon) At least four people were killed and seven wounded in overnight air raids by Syrian forces on mountains and valleys near the Lebanese town of Arsal.
A suicide bomberÂ detonated his vehicle Friday near a police checkpoint in eastern Lebanon, killing two people.
(France) The Moroccan mother of a pupil at a French pre-school stabbed a teacher to death in front of her class Friday, the last day of the school year, screaming ‘I’m not a thief’ before stabbing the victim in the abdomen.
(Egypt) Army forces killed eight terrorists in a clampdown in the Sinai Peninsula on Thursday night.
Two peopleÂ were killed, including a child, during clashes between police and pro-Morsi demonstrators in Matariya in eastern Cairo on Friday afternoon.
Three peopleÂ are believed to have been killed in an explosion early on Friday at a house south of Cairo used for making bombs.
(Sudan) A battle between rival Sudanese clans near an oil-drilling site killed 150 people and wounded 100 more on Thursday. The fighting in West Kordofan state between two sub-groups of theÂ Misseriya tribeÂ “continued all day because of a land dispute near the oil field,” said Mohammed Omer Al-Ansari, a tribal leader.
Ramadan death toll is now at 1,313.