Money jihad, the unislamic burqa and lots of brown lipstick

One down, ten new ones will open:

Khaled Sharrouf-linked money transfer business to be permanently shut down amid warnings of terror financing increasing with conflict in Iraq

bttzqduiiaa-kmz1A Lakemba money transfer business owned by the sister and brother-in-law of Sydney terrorist Khaled Sharrouf will be permanently shut down after it failed to convince authorities that millions of dollars sent to the Middle East concerns were not being used to fund terrorism. …

More nothing to do with Islam by Rachel Olding at The Age thanks to Mullah, pbuh

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Totally unislamic burqa no threat to Australia

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The Canberra Times, a nest of vipers, always eager to provide a soapbox to Islamic agitprops:

Raihan Ismail

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Following the national news and social media over the last fortnight, one might be led to believe that women wearing burqas and niqabs are as significant a threat to Australia’s security as the alarming number of young men who have been caught by the spell of ISIS. …

As the threat to Australia increases and the more the soldiers of allah plot our demise, the dimbulbs of the media become increasingly obscene and shrill in their condemnation of those who in their queer and twisted view suffer from imaginary “Islamophobia”.

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Self-appointed protector of “brown people” enjoys the freedom to spray idiotic bile against Australians…

…hoping against hope to be the last one to be beheaded by being wearing brown lipstick,   produces shiite for the Sydney Moonbat Herald

Protecting our precious thingies from Islam

 The freedom to spit at brown people in the street. The freedom to just make shit up about them and call it news. The freedom to spray rude words on their places of worship.

Ignore the thousands of churches, temples and synagogues that Mohammedans burned to the ground. Ignore the hundreds of millions enslaved and murdered by Mohammedan hordes over 1400 years.  Lets just be stupid and protect Australia from Islam. Does it get any dumber than that?

8 thoughts on “Money jihad, the unislamic burqa and lots of brown lipstick”

  1. Let me get this. Burka/niqab with Koranic headband and a sexy gun and ammo display is just fine. Our saying no to that and saying that we are going to defend ourselves is not fine. OK, we all get it. So, everybody, repeat after me: I AM CELTIC (OR WHATEVER YOU ARE)! I WILL NEVER CONVERT. I WILL NEVER SUBMIT TO SHARI’A. I WILL NEVER LET MYSELF BE WHIPPED WORSE THAN A DOG. I WILL NEVER LET WOMEN BE STONED. I WILL NEVER ACCEPT TOTALITARIAN THEOCRACY. I WILL BREW MEAD (OR WHATEVER), DRINK IT, AND GO TO BATTLE!

  2. OK, we all get it. So, everybody, repeat after me: I am Celtic (or whatever). I will never submit to Shari’a. I will never accept totalitarian theocracy. I will never let myself be whipped or enslaved. I will never let anyone by killed by stoning. Fight me!

  3. OK, everybody, repeat after me: I’ll never submit to Shari’a. I’ll never convert. I’ll never let myself be whipped. Fight me!

  4. Raihan Ismail states: ‘Where they are worn because of oppression, any ban would simply result in the women concerned remaining house‑bound, while women who wear the garments as a genuine personal choice would find their religious freedoms curbed by the state.’

    Oh dear, how tragic. Before shedding any more tears, Raihan might like to consider the total clampdown on religious freedom in every Islamic nation on earth before she makes such a fatuous remark.

    Currently, owning a Bible is illegal in all Islamic nations, including Saudi Arabia. Christians caught meeting privately in their homes are in danger of being raided, manhandled and thrown into prison. Some have been locked in their houses and burnt to death. Christian businesses and churches are routinely burnt down and demolished.

    The death sentence for ‘blasphemy’ against Islam is law in Pakistan. Blasphemy is defined as not being a Muslim or supporting a prisoner who is not a Muslim.The penalty for such a supporter (eg lawyer) is being shot on sight. In Iran and elsewhere, show trials are the norm, death sentences and life imprisonment are handed down. Hideous torture, starvation, brutal assault and denial of medical treatment for the resulting injuries is common – as is psychological torture such as denial of family visits or any news of the prisoner’s condition. Mind-altering drugs are another form of torture, or moving them into cells occupied by deranged murderers.

    In 2010 when the last census was taken, 167,000 Christian prisoners died in prison. That is a conservative figure. It will be many more now as persecution of Christians is rapidly increasing. I work for the persecuted church and this is the stark reality of today’s world.

  5. Raihan Ismail states: ‘Where they are worn because of oppression, any ban would simply result in the women concerned remaining house‑bound, while women who wear the garments as a genuine personal choice would find their religious freedoms curbed by the state.’

    Oh dear, how tragic. Before shedding any more tears, Raihan might like to consider the total clampdown on religious freedom in every Islamic nation on earth before she makes such a fatuous remark.

    Currently, owning a Bible is illegal in all Islamic nations, including Saudi Arabia. Christians caught meeting privately in their homes are in danger of being raided, manhandled and thrown into prison. Some have been locked in their houses and burnt to death. Christian businesses and churches are routinely burnt down and demolished.

    The death sentence for ‘blasphemy’ against Islam is law in Pakistan. Blasphemy is defined as not being a Muslim or supporting a prisoner who is not a Muslim.The penalty for such a supporter (eg lawyer) is being shot on sight. In Iran and elsewhere, show trials are the norm, death sentences and life imprisonment are handed down. Hideous torture, starvation, brutal assault and denial of medical treatment for the resulting injuries is common – as is psychological torture such as denial of family visits or any news of the prisoner’s condition. Mind-altering drugs are another form of torture, or moving them into cells occupied by deranged murderers.

    In 2010 when the last census was taken, 167,000 Christian prisoners died in prison. That is a conservative figure. It will be many more now as persecution of Christians is rapidly increasing. I work for the persecuted church and this is the stark reality in today’s world.

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