Taqiyya Â on Steroids
This is getting more and more absurd. The more trouble Muselmaniacs cause, the more the media fawns and our disgraceful pollies kowtow to them.
The real “Cronulla style riot” came from the mosque, after the Friday prayers. Hundreds of cars were smashed up, Australians beaten bloody and terrorised in their own homes while the police stood by and failed miserably in their duty to protect them.
Mounting incidents of anti-Muslim violence in Sydney will ignite a Cronulla-style riot if authorities don’t step in to quell tensions, Muslim leaders have warned.
Community members have begun keeping logs of “Islamophobic incidents” and say some people are resorting to vigilante-style action in the wake of counter-terrorism raids in Sydney and the fatal shooting of a terror suspect in Melbourne.
Mohammedans excel at inventingÂ “Islamophobic incidents”….
On Friday, police released CCTV footage of a man who they believe stormed into an Islamic school in Sydney’s south-west and threatened children with a knife the length of his forearm.
Sheikh Issa Musse (centre) and Sheikh Abdul Azim of the Australian National Imams Council with Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Ken Lay (left).Â Photo: Patrick Scala
Parents at Al-Faisal College in Minto said police swarmed to the school on Thursday afternoon after the man walked in, waving the knife around and asking if it was a Muslim school.
The incident came as police dropped their investigation into a separate assault claim by an Australian Defence Force member.
Can you imagine how this poor fella was pressurised to withdraw his complaint?Â You can’t imagine the pressure that is placed on ADF members in this day and age to maintain the politically correct line:Â ADF officer drops claim of assault by Muslims
Mohammedanism On Display:
Flashback from another “nothing to do with…” incident:
The 41-year-old naval officer claimed on Thursday he had been assaulted by two Middle Eastern men outside his Bella Vista home at 6.30am but police deemed the report to be false.
Defence force chief Air Chief Marshal Mark Binskin issued an apology for the incident, particularly to the Middle Eastern community, for “any angst this has caused”.
Mariam Veiszadeh, who has launched Islamophobia Register Australia, said there had been a “surge in Islamophobic incidents” in Sydney.
She said she has been urging police to act on the incidents before one erupts into large-scale violence.
Community activist Rebecca Kay has also been keeping a log of violence such as cars being vandalised and people being abused in the street.
Ahmed Kilani, editor of theÂ Muslim Village website, said community leaders met with state and federal police on Wednesday to warn them the atmosphere in Sydney was reaching boiling point.
He said many people in the Muslim community were adopting a vigilante-style response.
“The temperature is rising very quickly,” Mr Kilani said. “The fear is that something could very easily ignite an event like the Cronulla riots.”
“We need all Australians of good will to stand up to those amongst us that want to exploit the current events to somehow justify their ignorance and intolerance.”
Tensions are also rising in other states following counter-terrorism raids in Brisbane and the shooting of 18-year-old Numan Haider by police in Melbourne.
In Brisbane, a man was charged on Friday after telling a Muslim woman to “go back to your country” and an Islamic centre was allegedly sprayed with menacing graffiti.
In Melbourne, Sheikh Abdul Aziz from the Australian National Imams Council, said the shooting of Haider on Tuesday night was a “wake up call for all of us” and he pleaded with the community to trust police.
Imam Sheikh Issa Musse urged Muslim parents to engage with their children’s social lives, saying leaders could not do it alone.
“I told specifically the parents to be more friendly with their young and have an ongoing conversation as to what they are doing, what they are reading, who are they contacting or chatting online with,” he told a media conference.
Victorian Police Commissioner Ken Lay said he felt “gratified” and “empowered” by police engagement with the Muslim community in the wake of the tragedy but feared there was prejudice-related crime that was going unreported.
“Muslim women are being addressed in the street and insulted about their garb, there are some threats being made to police, these are issues we need to see and understand,” Mr Lay said. “They’re not huge numbers but even if there’s one we need to get it, we need to understand it.”
The police are ‘not our enemy’
RAW VISION: in a “message to the Muslim community” following the police shooting of teenager Abdul Numan Haider, community leader Sheikh Abdul Azim urges cooperation with “our protectors”.