World champions of grievance theatre and victimhood shenanigans, the Mohammedan infill-traitors now whine about being watched by the police. Instead of sucking up to them our police and the politclowns in charge should give ’em hell for their deceitful pretenses.
Australian Federal Police cancel Eid dinner after backlash from Muslim community
The Australian Federal Police has cancelled an annual Ramadan dinner after Muslim community leaders vowed to boycott the event.
In a sign of deepening fractures between the Muslim community and Australian authorities, a petition was circulated on July 2, urging imams and other representatives to boycott dinners in Sydney and Melbourne because they were a tokenistic attempt “to create a false image of co-operation, harmony and trust which could not be further from the truth”.
“I can’t break fast with those who authorise flash bombs to be used against families,” said Australian Muslim Women’s Association spokeswoman Silma Ihram, who was one of 840 people to sign the petition.
The authors of the petition, a group called Concerned Muslims Australia, said police have targeted Muslims in “phoney raids” and the government has introduced legislation to “demonise, marginalise and victimise the Muslim community”.
If Egypt is monitoring 3,187 mosques, why shouldn’t we?
“It is incredulous that the same agencies that harass, discriminate and target the Muslim community would expect it to break bread with them,” the group said. “We interpret these overtures as insult to injury.”
The duplicity is outrageous:
The AFP sent an email to community leaders last week, saying the Sydney Eid dinner on July 21 will not go ahead. The Melbourne dinner on July 24 is still going ahead.
“The AFP has consulted with community representatives and as a result has made the decision not to proceed with an event in Sydney this year,” the email from the Community Liaison Team said.
Among the leaders who supported the boycott were author and social justice campaigner Randa Abdel-Fattah and Sydney lawyers Mariam Veiszadeh and Lydia Shelly.
Notorious agitprops and grievance mongers.
One community leader told Fairfax Media that so-called moderate voices were increasingly joining the calls to turn on the AFP and other government agencies.
Last year, the Grand Mufti of Australia, Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohamed, boycotted the AFP’s Eid dinner due to proposed anti-terrorism laws.
This ratbastard should have never been allowed to set foot in Australia.
Ms Veiszadeh said previous efforts at community engagement had been disheartening and leaders felt like they were being used “as a rubber stamp for draconian legislation”.
When Veiszadeh whines about something, you know we are doing the right thing.
“We have been continuously echoing our communities’ concerns to the Abbott Government but it largely seems to fall on deaf ears,” she said.
Ms Shelly said community leaders were suffering from “engagement fatigue”.
In a statement, Concerned Muslims Australia hailed the cancellation of the dinner as proof of the “abundant strength in the unity of the Muslim community”.
They are still riding high. That will change once the internment and deportations begin.
An AFP spokeswoman said they will conduct an alternative event at a later date.
“The decision not to host this year’s dinner shows that the AFP and its partner agencies are consulting with and responding to the community,” she said.
No. It is an ill fated attempt to suck up to Muslims, which is always wrong.