That’s for infidel consumption. Just keep your eyes and ears on what they do and remember: the terror comes from the mosque:
GodAllah willing, this generation will fight infidels and apostates, the Americans and their allies, God willing,” one member of IS explains. “The right doctrine has been implanted into these children.”
Sydney’s Lakemba community leader Jamal Rifi said he is determined to stop radical Islam from gaining a criminal foothold in the Australian community.
“Our community has been under a lot of pressure,” he said.Â “We did what we need to do. We have immunised our young people against such an ideology.”
You can always trust your friendly neighbourhood Mustard.
Muslims will never be part of “Team Australia”
“When it comes to counter-terrorism, everyone needs to be part of ‘Team Australia’ and I have to say that the Government’s proposals to change 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act have become a complication in that respect.”– Tony Abbott, PM of Australia
Peter Costello puts it very well:Â (Andrew Bolt)
Last Tuesday the Government announced proposals that, it said, would help to charge and prosecute such people and stop them going overseas to engage in terrorism in the first place. Prime Minister Tony Abbott said we need to get everyone on “Team Australia” and support the measures. He said that dropping changes to Section 18C would help to do that.
I dont’ know about this “Team Australia” stuff. As far as I am concerned when it comes to stopping terrorism, it is not a matter of “getting on the team”. Stopping terrorism means protecting people â€” children, relatives, friends and neighbours and, yes, people of different ethnic backgrounds or different religions â€” from senseless random brutal killing. That’s a real human right: the right not to be murdered in the name of someone else’s political cause or twisted version of religion.
Some have argued that leaving Section 18C will make it easier for some people to join “Team Australia” in the fight against terrorism. Really? To suggest that somebody, anybody, would decline to co-operate in the fight against terrorism because they didn’t like the repeal of a section like this in the Racial Discrimination Act is truly frightening.
Does the Government believe there are community leaders whose commitment to their fellow citizens and the values of a civilised society is so weak they will not co-operate in preventing terror and murder if Section 18C is repealed? If that is the case we really do have a problem.
And even worse, I don’t really see this surrender of our rights working.