"…our worry is that the average Australian in the street is getting more and more concerned, worried and frightened and we will get a backlash…"

Preemptive whining before the bombing:

Australian Muslims say they are outraged by the latest butchery

First of all there is no such thing as an “Australian Muslim”. They are Mohammedan headchoppers behind enemy lines. Second: they are not “outraged” by the latest butchery, they are cheering it, they are celebrating it in the mosques, they are teaching it to their children and they are financing it.

Islamic Council of Victoria Secretary Ghaith Krayem condemned Mr Haines’ killing.

(Krayem is himself a hardcore headbanger, well practised in the art of taqiyya.)

Ghaith-Krayem-web“Our reaction is abhorrence at another act of this sort. This further demonstrates how this group is acting in a way that has nothing to do with our ­religion but is also the complete antithesis to our religion and shows the complete lack of any sort of humanity.”

This is a steaming pile of taqiyya. To condemn the beheadings of the Islamic state means to condemn their so called religion which commands them to kill and die to make Allah’s sharia rule the world. An exercise for infidel consumption.

This is all about damage control in order to pull the Islamic wool over the eyes and ears of clueless infidels. But the truth will out.  Originally published as Victorian Muslims fear IS backlash.—Thanks to Mullah, pbuh

The Bookstore will be dearly missed:

swastika_koranRadical Al-Risalah Islamic Centre in Bankstown closes as leaders vow bigger things ahead

Geoff Chambers and Daniel Meers/The Daily Telegraph

THE Al-Risalah Islamic Centre — Sydney’s most high profile meeting place for radical Islamic supporters — has suddenly shut its doors and will move its operations underground. …

More something or nothing at Herald Sun, September 16, 2014, thanks to Mullah, pbuh

“Backlash” Worries Continued:

In Haines’ case, the executioner declared the father of two was paying the price for British Prime Minister David Cameron’s decision to arm groups fighting the Islamic State under an “evil alliance” with America.

Islamic Council of Victoria Secretary Ghaith Krayem condemned Mr Haines’ killing.

“Our reaction is abhorrence at another act of this sort. This further demonstrates how this group is acting in a way that has nothing to do with our ­religion but is also the complete antithesis to our religion and shows the complete lack of any sort of humanity.”

On Friday, Australia’s ­terror alert was raised from medium to high.

Asked whether he thought Australians should be worried about an attack on local soil, Mr Krayem said he didn’t believe that there was a “viable threat to safety in Australia”.

“There are obviously people in Australia who are supporting and want to get involved in what’s happening overseas. All the evidence and experts say these people are not even looking at Australia.”

However, the threat level had caused concern among some Muslims.

“Our worry is that the average Australian in the street is getting more and more concerned, worried and frightened and we will get a backlash as a community because every one of us will be seen as a potential terrorist, as somebody who is going to do something stupid,” Mr Krayem said.

Islamic State has signalled that the next Westerner they plan to behead is British aid worker Allan Henning.

Like US journalist James Foley and Steven Sotloff before him, Mr Haines was forced to read a script that denounced the actions of world leaders who had taken to the skies in a bid to destroy the IS savages in Syria and Iraq.

The 44-year-old father of two, who was abducted from Syria in 2013, had spent two decades putting his life on the line for others — travelling to war-torn regions in Syria, Libya, the Balkans and South Sudan with aid agencies.

He dedicated his life to peace, primarily managing projects that saved civilians from landmines, and was viewed as a hero.

UK Prime Minister David Cameron described the ­assassination video, which was posted on YouTube, as ­“barbaric”.

6 thoughts on “"…our worry is that the average Australian in the street is getting more and more concerned, worried and frightened and we will get a backlash…"”

  1. Islamic victimhood in the UK

    (London) Yesterday, ISIS beheaded British Charity worker David Haines. And even while they are condemning this ugly murder, the Muslim Council of Britain is opining about yet another backlash against… Muslims. I quote:
    “British Muslims are bracing themselves for a backlash after the beheading of David Haines by Islamic State militants, leading community figures have said. Harun Khan, deputy secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain, said a backlash was experienced virtually every time violence carried out by extremists who claimed to act in the name of religion received high-profile media coverage.”

    You know what, I’m sick to the back teeth with this perceived status that only Muslims in the UK are victims. So let’s look at this in greater detail, shall we?

    9/11: How many Muslims were killed in reprisal in the UK? None.

    7/77: How many Muslims were killed in reprisal in the UK? None.

    The murders of Kris Donald, Ross Parker or even wheelchair user Colin Greenaway? None.

    How about the very many incidents of Islamic rape gangs in the UK? None.

    How about the murder of Charlene Downes who was believed to have cut up for Kebab meat? None.

    Honour killings of which there has been loads? None.

    Yet, after all of the above and many more, Muslims feel the right to class themselves as victims. Meanwhile, while they play the victim card for the actions of people who murder, pillage and rape in their name, the very same people have no problem castigating British Jews as somehow complicit in the actions of Jews in another country (Israel) and feel free to target them.

    The only victims in the Islamic world are at the hands of Muslims. But that doesn’t prevent them from trying to play the victim, does it? Oh, look, there’s that bloody ‘H’ word again.

  2. I dunno why the islamic state killed Foley Sotloff and Haines. Once the IS was declared then all the people in the boundaries were citizens? Either muslim or dhimmi. Thats what the apologists in the west keep saying. So if Haines was in the islamic state when it was declared was he not a Dhimmi? He hadnt invaded it when it was at war with Britain. Why was he considered a British citizen at all? why not a dhimmi aid worker citizen of the IS? I think its more a case that these psychopaths love killing for killing. All the Sharia rules are not to be enforced when it gets in the way of psychopathic murder for fun.

    Also why wouldnt there be a backlash when that mosque in Sydney was auctioning off Islamic state memorabilia to raise funds? What if the Islamic state kills an Australian aid worker by cutting his head off? Why would people tolerate that mosque’s existence?

  3. Dear Mr ABBOTT
    How about you retain the ADF personnel you sent to FIX the ‘Death Cult’ ISIS (or whatever they want to call themselves – irrespective they are Muhammadans of ISLAM) in Australia.

    Now use the ADF personnel (purged of Muhammadans) to round up all the Muhammadans in Australia and (after they have been given tho choice to leave voluntarily) expel or “expel” every Muhammadan invader in Australia.

  4. Dear Trend Prophet- the reason Australians tolerate the mosque’s existence is because we are browbeaten by the government and police and lied to by a good part of the media.The facts about Islam are twisted by our schools for the cause of multiculturalism and meanwhile, lecturers at our universities are very sympathetic to anything Islamic (even though they know nothing about it). They are then force feed their left leaning ignorance to their equally gullible students who have already been softened up by the school experience.

  5. There has never been a backlash against Muslims not after 9/11,not after 7/7, Madrid, Lee Rigby, Bali I nor Bali II. But those Muslims always cry the victim.

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