A SOCIAL experiment in Aussie religious relations has ended badly for SBS, with one of the participants claiming he was set up.
In the life-swap program, “counter-Jihadist” Ben lived with devout Muslim couple Lydia and Ahmed, and was supposed to host them in his home. But he stormed out early, saying that “moderate Muslims” do not exist.
Ben is right. Social experiments with Islam always end badly.
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“The proper face of Islam is not being painted here,” he said.
“I am the majority of Australia. They’re not the majority of Islam,” he said on the program.
“This is our country. We want it back. Islam, in its current form, has no place here.”
Ben declined to promote or discuss the show. But Ahmed, who describes himself as a moderate Muslim, says Ben didn’t give the experiment a fair go.
There is no such thing as a “moderate Muslim”.
“We’ve tried calling him, messaging him, on-camera and off-camera to try and get him back, because we genuinely wanted to complete the experience. Tell us why you have all these feelings and fear. We all want the same thing here in Australia â€” a safe life,” he said.
No, Muslims don’t want the same thing. The Koran says Muslims should Â strike fear and terror in the hearts of the unbelievers, not to seek a safe life. This is not about feelings, its about Â jihad and making the world Islamic.
Ahmed said Ben made it “very clear” that he believes the majority of Muslims are terrorists. In the week following Australia’s largest terror raids, Ahmed says it’s more important than ever to disassociate his religion with organisations such asÂ Islamic State.
Not. By the law of allah all Muslims have to help their Muslim brothers against the kafirs. Ahmed is practising taqiyya.
“We have to discredit this thing, everyone has condemned them. We don’t believe they are Islamic or a state. This label shouldn’t even exist. Almost every Muslim country and every Muslim leader has condemned them. But the media uses these labels, and someone like Ben, he believes them.
Typical Islamo-BS. Deflection, obfuscation and denial.
“That’s why I wear this T-shirt on the show that says ‘Terrorism has no religion’.”
Islam is the religion of terror. The Koran has 109 verses to prove it.
Lydia, who was raised Catholic and converted to Islam as an adult, says there has been a significant rise in Islamophobia since the raids.
An Islamophobe Â is an infidel who knows too much about Islam. Its a word created by Â Islamofascists Â and cowards to manipulate morons.
“I’ve found the last few days incredibly difficult, in how I think I’m being perceived on the street or in a public space. Incredibly difficult. Muslim men have it easy compared to Muslim women. We’re the flag bearers of our religion,” she said.
“If it’s happening to me, there’s a lot of fear out there at the moment and that’s never a good thing. I choose not to play the victim. You can’t control how other people act, but you can control how other people feel.
Its not about feelings. Its about keeping ourselves and everything we hold dear from Mohammedan head choppers.
“It’s an Australian thing. You pick yourself up and take it on the chin.
“The whole point of why we did the show was to say ‘Look, we are nothing special’. I could point you in the direction of 100 different Muslims living in Australia who contribute much more to society than what I do. Role models. But we are just a normal family taken off the street to represent what it is to be a normal Muslim.”
No, they were carefully picked by social engineers to manipulate naive Australians.
Almost half the Muslims in Australia live in south-western Sydney, with the majority in just five suburbs centred on Bankstown. Ahmed said he hopes that one day, Ben will embrace his neighbours.
In other words he wants Ben to convert to Islam.
“Ben is born and bred in Bankstown, he has lived there for 30 years, and he has never spoken with a Muslim,” he said. “His only experience of a Muslim man is just the guy who sells him a kebab, that’s all he knows. So he has all these very strong views, and he’s never spoken to a Muslim, never stepped foot in a mosque before. It just doesn’t make any sense to me.”
More BS. Ben has had his experiences. He knows about Islam and I know Ben. Knowing Muslims and going to a mosque doesn’t change the genocidal character of the ideology.