Fight rages on as Maroochydore mosque pushes ahead
AN ANTI-Islamic group has warned it will stage more angry protests on the streets of Maroochydore following the Muslim community’s lodgement of an application to create a place of worship.
The protesters say:
Mosques are “political and military headquarters, not just a place of worship”.
The imam says:
“The fundamental requirements of Islam are to believe in God, be honest, turn to God in prayer and be charitable. There is nothing in the Koran about Muslims pursuing world domination,” the imam said. …
The slick imam drips with taqiyya. Why hasn’t he got the balls to tell it the way it is? Lets take a look to see what Sayyed Abdul A’la Maudud says in “Jihad in Islam:”
The goal of Islam is to rule the entire world and submit all of mankind to the faith of Islam. ….. The unbelievers have, however, absolutely no right to seize the reins of power in any part of …. They have three options: either they convert to Islam, or leave, or pay Jizia … Islam says: Kill all the unbelievers….
More nothing in the blasphemous koran about world domination from Kathy Sundstrom @ Sunshine Coast Daily thanks to Mullah, pbuh
Americans must change their (evil) ways to accommodate Muslims
#the root cause is not Islam. Youths who have attempted or traveled overseas had limited knowledge of Islam. Some were involved in self-destructive behaviors, including drugs and alcohol abuse and gang membership, before departure. …
More blame-shifting and chaff at Star Tribune
A RADICAL Sydney Muslim has warned an act of terrorism on home soil is possible – and it will be the fault of the Australian government.
Hizb ut-Tahrir spokesman Uthman Badar distributed a dossier accusing the government’s counter-terrorism laws of unfairly targeting the Muslim community.
He also claimed the government was deliberately trying to antagonise Muslims into reacting violently.
“An act of violence or terrorism is possible by someone who can’t be controlled,” Badar said yesterday.
“These laws and the surveillance tactics of ASIO and counter-terrorism police is begging for a reaction from disenfranchised Muslims. The government should be warned.”
Federal Attorney-General George Brandis said his office kept a watch on any comments that may incite racial hatred.
“Australia has strong laws against urging violence and inciting terrorism and any accusation of this will be investigated,” Senator Brandis said.
Hizb ut-Tahrir is known around the globe as a “prescribed terrorist” group and is banned in Germany and in many Middle East countries.
On Anzac Day eve last year, Hizb ut-Tahrir outraged many Australians with the headline “Anzac Day is not for Muslims” on its website.
It attacked the soldiers who fought at Gallipoli, saying it was a military failure and said Australians were responsible for indiscretions such as burning the belongings of locals in Egypt, brawling, getting drunk and rioting, and contracting venereal diseases due to time spent in local brothels.
Mr Badar came to Australia when he was three and grew up in western Sydney.
He is currently doing a PHD in economics at Sydney University. He said his group was not concerned about a vow by Prime Minister Tony Abbott when in opposition that the movement would be outlawed once he got into power.
“He was just playing to the electorate and we are not worried,” Mr Badar said.
The jailing of a number of Muslims, including those involved in a plot to blow up Holsworthy Army barracks, was again the fault of the government, he claimed.
One police source said Hizb ut-Tahrir “pushes the boundaries” in an attempt to appear relevant.
“Many members are educated young Australians, but their views are extreme and they have been banned in some places,” the source said.