Stereotypical muslim victim baggage atÂ Yahoo! 7 News, thanks to Mullah:
Islamic counsellors could reduce risk of
radicalisation head chopping : AMWA–Â Â (in fantasy land)
South Australia, ACT reject Federal Government’s offer to fund $250m school chaplaincy program
Silma Ihram from the Australian Muslim Women’s Association said that having Islamic counsellors in schools in disadvantaged areas would help reduce the risk of young people becoming radicalised.
Disaffected, angry young “Australian” rises high in ISIS
…and no Islamic BS councillor will ever prevent this kind of ‘radicalisation’ of the true believers:
Jalula (IraqiNews.com) On Thursday, according to a local source in Diyala province, the leader of the organization of the Islamic state in Iraq andÂ Syria, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi appointed anÂ Australian citizen from Sydney to the post of military commander of the organization in Jalula, northeast of Baquba, stressing that the Australian began his mission by beheadingÂ four detainees from the armed factions who refused to swear allegiance to al-Baghdadi.
Women can’t leave home without a male guardian, accused thieves have their hands amputated, women are stoned to death for adultery, shops close five times a day for prayer. In short, the Islamic State looks just like Sharia Arabia, another Sharia state, and just like Iran, yet another Sharia state. How can this be? After […]Robert Spencer/Â Comments/Continue Reading Â»
Â If its not sharia its not justice:
Sheikh Rashid al-Ghannouchi, the 71-year-old-leader of Tunisia’s Ennahda movement, said many young Muslims turned to extremism after being marginalized by the societies they grew up in. …# And Western countries still permit muslims to enter and become marginalized and extremist (do allah’s wet work) (Mullah, pbuh)
The “Values” and “Freedoms” of Muslims are not ours: their ‘freedom’ means ‘striking terror in the hearts of the unbelievers’ by chopping their heads off:
Sydney Muslim leaders left ‘disappointed’ by meeting with Attorney-General George Brandis
Senator Brandis declined to comment after meeting, but he told the group the laws were not targeting Muslims.Â Mr Amer said the proposed measures would affect all Australians’ rights and freedoms.
“Australian Muslims unequivocally share the same concerns as the wider Australian public for the safety and security of our nation,” he said.
“However, this should not come at the cost of our core values, freedoms and civil liberties afforded to all Australians.” …More laws failing to address the problem atÂ Yahoo! 7NewsÂ (Mullah, pbuh)