We are not allowed to get angry. If we get angry, Â Labor spokesturd Bill Shorten Â calls us Australians “idiots” and “bigots”
Team Australia should encourage young Muslims, not ban niqabs
Sydney Moonbat Herald:
Banning niqab makes Muslims angry and gives credence to propagandists who claim the West is waging a war on Islam and those who suggest Muslims and non-Muslims are fundamentally different.
Dr Richardson is a Visiting Fellow at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Australian Defence Force Academy.
“When did we last have immigrants warning we’d lose their loyalty in a foreign conflict?”
Â Any idea what such a Moonbat does at theÂ Â Australian Defence Force Academy?Â People likeÂ Roslyn Richardson are a danger to us all.
Millions of Muslims come to Western countries with a ready-made model of society and government (sharia) which they believe to be superior to what we have here, and they work to implement it. That’s the rub with this immigrant group.Â And whileÂ Andrew Bolt is describing the danger that Australia faces from within, all countries face this threat. We see the same Islamic pattern in Europe, the US, Canada, Russia, China, New Zealand, etc…Â Â [Pamela Geller]READ MORE
ISIS members seen on film rioting and protesting in Australia inÂ 2012
From the Muslim Issue
ISIS fighters Khaled Sharrouf (center, in sunglasses) and Mohamed Elomar (left of Sharrouf, with full beard) were present at a 2012 riot in Sydney, Australia.Â Photo: News Limited
Two ofÂ ISIS’s most bloodthirsty savages, who were pictured holding severed heads in Syria, were caught on film rioting in Australia two years ago, according to a new report.
Â Khaled Sharrouf
The demonstrations â€” staged against an anti-Islamic film that was released on YouTube â€” turned violent, and six police officers and 19 protesters were injured in the ensuing riots.
About 15 months after the violent protests, the deadly duo fled Australia to start their jihadist careers, the paper said.
Sharrouf needed to use his brother’s passport to leave the country because his own had been confiscated by authorities.
The terror team joinedÂ ISISÂ at the group’s home base in Syria’s Al-Raqqa. They have been rampaging across the country in a white BMW collecting taxes from Christians and other minorities on behalf of the Islamic State, the Daily Telegraph said.
Counterterrorism experts in Australia said the newly released photos reveal a previously unknown link between ISIS and radical Muslims in the country.
“With hindsight, there may have been some direct links to ISIS that we didn’t know about at the time,” terror expert Greg Barton told the paper.
Both of the ISIS savages have a criminal history in Australia.
TheyÂ documented their twisted terror spree on social mediaÂ while waging a bloody campaign in Syria and northern Iraq.
The two terrorists are pictured standing right next to one another, while a police officer urges the crowd to protest peacefully.
The two savages can be seenÂ carrying the heads of beheading victimsÂ and mugging for the camera in images that were taken earlier this year.
In one of the most disturbing photos posted, Sharrouf shows his 7-year-old son holding a severed head with both hands.
“That’s my boy!” he wrote in the caption.
Sharrouf was arrested on terror charges in Australia. He bragged on social media about tricking doctors into believing he was mentally ill to obtain a shorter sentence.
He served less than four years in jail and was released in 2009. Â Read more….