The irony is that Islam is Â poison, but no one is listening.
“The irony is that the real antidote to Islamic State’s poison is Islam itself.”
The reality is, if this statement were true, there would be absolutely no problem and we would all live happily ever after. Muslims talk shiite as the day is long, and it is annoying to see our scribbling idiots jump at every chance to promote this dreck….See More
The Freedom Sack Debate We Have to Have
Its not about us telling Muslim women what to wear. Its about women’s Â freedom not to wear the freedom sack. In Erdogan’s Turkey it started the same way: the ‘freedom to wear hijab’ became an obligation for all women to wear hijab, and those who don’t are terrorised.
It is a security issue! The pontificating buffoons terrified of losing votes will one day have to answer to the Australian public. Our leaders have a duty of care and it’s important for everyone to remind them of this fact.Â (Q-Society)
MUSLIM women wearing burqas and niqabs can have their driving licence photographs taken after hours and are not restricted from entering public sector…Â DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU
He stressed that, as well as through policing, the new terrorism threat needed to be solved through good relations with the Muslim communities and programs to counter radical messages with more moderate ones. …
More on the doomed attempt to mix iron with clay atÂ Sydney Moonbat Herald, Mullah…..
.More fairytales every day:.The heart of Islam is a bomb crater:.THERE is a word often used in the West to describe harsh or uncharitable situations. The word is “unChristian” which I take to mean actions or words that go against the basic teaching and values of the Christian faith.–http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/opinion/the-heart-of-islam-isnbspnotnbspwithnbspisis/story-fni0ffsx-1227075732961
Forget about how Mohammedans treat unbelievers, that they relegate them to the slave-like status of dhimmitude and subservience: any hindrance to Mohammedan mores is “discriminatory”…..
Members of Canberra’s Islamic community have panned talk of a burqa ban at Parliament House as discriminatory and said the garment shouldn’t be drawn into a debate about national security. …Â Oct. 1, 2014
More hedjabbery atÂ Bega District NewsÂ By Megan Gorrey and Primrose Riordan