Is this Australia?

From Stop the Mosque in Bendigo shared Stop the Mosque Slacks Creek‘s photo.

'Today at the Armidale Autum Festival. Wahhabi national dress happening there. Straight out of Saudi Arabia.'

Today at the Armidale Autum Festival. Wahhabi national dress happening there. Straight out of Saudi Arabia.

Australia to recognise Sharia Law…sneakily.

Sharia and the family court in Australia
For Sheikh Haisam Farache, the role of mediators formally recognizes what he’s been doing for years – applying Sharia to arbitrate….–MUSLIMVILLAGE.COM
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We don’t need this shiite:
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Muslims belong to the Ummah—Nation of Islam. The nation of Islam is without land boundaries. This graphic extracted from a Muslim Wall is exactly what this is saying. To be Australian is “haram”—Forbidden. Australia is simply a “host nation” according to the Koran.

'There's a reason Muslims don't fit in with mainstream society. It's because they don't want to and have no intentions of ever doing so. This post has just been extracted from an Australian Muslim group's wall. This particular group to my knowledge are receiving quite a bit of government funding. Taxpayer's money going to hate groups who openly oppose democracy and our way of life. Does it make sense? Certainly not to me. For those of you who are unaware, "haram" means forbidden.'
There’s a reason Muslims don’t fit in with mainstream society. It’s because they don’t want to and have no intentions of ever doing so. This post has just been extracted from an Australian Muslim group’s wall. This particular group to my knowledge are receiving quite a bit of government funding. Taxpayer’s money going to hate groups who openly oppose democracy and our way of life. Does it make sense? Certainly not to me. For those of you who are unaware, “haram” means forbidden.
From a Facebook post:

I am not a radical simply because I support my nation.

I am not a bigot because I believe in Australian jobs for Australian workers.
I am not a racist just because I think Australian people should be put first.
I am not intolerant just because I want our borders closed to protect our culture and identity.
I should not be classed as extreme because I want extremists deported.
And most important of all I shouldn’t have to explain myself in my own country.