Islam in Australia: Living and dying for the flag of Allah

Geoff Chambers

  • Sydney-based radicaal Islamic group denounce Australian flag and talk about beheading ‘non-believers’
  • Tony Abbott: “the only flag that should be flying is the Australian national flag”
  • Wissam Haddad: “Shahada flag … that’s a flag that I stand and live and die for and I don’t stand and live and die for the Australian flag”

A SENIOR leader of radical Sydney-based Islamic organisation al-Risalah has denounced the Australian flag, as the group’s supporters posted Facebook messages about ­beheading “non-believers”.

Wissam Haddad, the head of the al-Risalah Islamic Centre in Sydney’s southwest, yesterday told The Daily Telegraph he followed the “flag of Allah” rather than the flag of Australia.

The flag, called the Shahada, is the same as the one used by Islamic State terrorists who have been spreading death and terror across the Middle East.

Australians beware: we should do everything in our power to make Mohammedan headbangers most uncomfortable downunder. We must never give in, never yield to their demands and ridicule them to such an extend that they pack up and leave.

“I’m not comfortable personally holding the (Australian) flag because this flag does not represent me as a Muslim”.

Members standing in front of the Shahada flag / Picture: SuppliedMembers standing in front of the Shahada flag / Picture: Supplied

 

“I’m not comfortable personally holding the (Australian) flag because this flag does not represent me as a Muslim. My flag is the flag of Allah. That’s my flag.  “For me to have the Shahada flag, as it’s called, that’s a flag that I stand and live and die for and I don’t stand and live and die for the Australian flag.”

Mr Haddad’s comments came just hours after Prime Minister Tony Abbott told Ray Hadley on 2GB radio that “the only flag that should be flying is the Australian national flag”.

The PM sat down with community leaders yesterday in a bid to allay fears about recently beefed-up counter-terror laws.

“We’ve got a serious problem of radicalised people going to the Middle East to fight with terrorist groups,” he said.

“Some of them will want to come back to Australia and they do pose a risk if they do, because they’ve been radicalised, militarised and brutalised by the experience.”

5 thoughts on “Islam in Australia: Living and dying for the flag of Allah”

  1. I have no problems with this Islamic trash going out into a desert somewhere and blowing their collective brains out.

  2. I’ll Blow their brains out for them. This is War and the sooner western governments and the brain dead public realize this the better.

  3. Bring it on koranderthals!
    Bring your sticks and stones while we bring our bacon and booze, then we’ll see who wins.

    Don’t like our flag thats ok, we loathe your toilet paper of a rag.

  4. Any idea what would be the “Penalty” suggested for the “returning heroes”. Social duty in a church for six months or maybe assisting jewish elderly for shopping? The PM should be careful not to slide in post-liberal security policies.

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