Islamic State backers should be stripped of citizenship, Adelaide councillor Houssam Abiad urges
Now here’s a Muslim who seems to make all the right noises. Typically, Â “our” ABC is giving him far more than the benefit of the doubt. But those among us who have learned to read between the lines should be alarmed by a statement like this:
“Integration doesn’t mean you assimilate. It doesn’t mean you forget your identity. It doesn’t mean you forget your culture. It just means you are able to communicate your culture with people and put that in the melting pot.”–Houssam Abiad
Da’awa Â is the call to Islam, to make Australia Islamic.
The Italians, the Germans, the Greeks, the Spaniards and the French who came to Australia all assimilated. The Chinese, the Vietnamese, the Japanese and a multitude of nationalities and races, who were welcomed to this great country, are intermarrying and Â excel in their chosen professions.Â They didn’t forget their culture. They embraced Australia without wanting to change the furniture. They didn’t forget their identity. Â Their Â traditions, their diversity is something we all welcome and celebrate.
Along comes Mohammedanism:
In the words of Mark Steyn, if you take a quart of ice-cream and a quart of dog feces and mix ’em together the result will taste more like the latter than the former. That’s the problem with Islam.Â You’d still have a pot,Â and your ice-cream mix wouldÂ Â still be melting, but Â would you eat it?
So here you got yet another ABC story about that elusive unicorn called “moderate Muslim”.Â
Don’t mind yourÂ make-up, you’d betterÂ make your mind up:
Scratch the surface and you find the same old shiite:
The AustralianÂ reportsÂ (flashback)
SOUTH Australian Liberal Party members have rejected a Muslim businessman accused of strong anti-Israel views as their candidate against federal Sports Minister Kate Ellis, instead choosing a candidate who describes himself as “not anti anyone”.