We must not resist those who came to slaughter us:
The grand mufti said politicians and the media must not use the raids to inflame hatred of
certain segments of the communityÂ Mohammedan headchoppers.
More “angry Muslims” stories:
Muslim leaders are fuming at what they claim is the unacceptable treatment of a senior cleric by officials at Sydney airport.Â (this vermin believes it is above the law…)
Dreck from the Canberra Times:
Sledgehammer no way to respond to terror threatsÂ –“disproportionate response”- “Police heavy-handedness”-Â “shock and awe tactics”– this unsigned editorial’s got it just about all covered.
After every terror attack comes the grievance theatre, the fear of ‘backlash’, and then the da’awa:
“… 99.9 per cent of the Muslim community, including the youth, are very wise and they are understanding.”
Cult of headchoppers vs culture of denial:
AustralianMuslims who protested against allegedly brutal tactics used by police in Thursday’s terror raids did not represent their faith and should take a “long, hard look” at themselves”, Prime Minister Tony Abbott says.
The questionable (absurd) statement of ANIC can be viewed here.
The Proposed Charter of Muslim Understanding referred to in Q Society’s media release can be downloaded here.
Just days ago, a pro-ISIS rally was held at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
Israeli TV captured some of the footage, including the ISIS flag being flown and waved by youngsters. Reports say that thousands were at the event, which was organized by the “Palestine branch” of Islamic State.