His coreligionists try to sell us this Koranimal as “a good man” and a “moderate”.
He won’t speak English, he is mates with Hizb ut-Tahrir, he thinks all non-believers are “filthy creatures”, especially gays, he thinks Australian women deserve to be raped because of how they dress, he wants Israel to “disappear”, and he wants sharia law to operate in parallel with Australian law.
Grand Mufti railed against the West, gays and women before moving to Australia
- Grand Mufti said Western values were being imposed on the Third World
- ‘The West does not bring to us any good, all they bring are their diseases’
- He described homosexuality and lesbianism as ‘sexual perversion’
- Blamed low fertility rates in the West on ‘loose extramarital sexual conduct’
- Remarks were in a translated essay about a population conference
Australia’s Grand Mufti Ibrahim Abu Mohamed railed against the ‘corrupt values’ of the West before he moved to Australia to become a religious authority, Daily Mail Australia can reveal.
In an essay published by Dr Mohamed when he lived in Abu Dhabi in 1995, the future leader complained that Western values were being imposed on the third world.
‘The West does not bring to us any good, all they bring are their diseases, their designs and their shortcomings,’ he wrote according to the official translated English edition.
‘They insist to impose on us their corrupt values, and their philosophy and mannerism, the very things which brought disease, fear, crime and stress to them, the very things which severed ties and broke relationships.’
In the paper, a scathing criticism of a United Nations population conference in Cairo, Dr Mohamed said the West’s Fitra – their innate nature or conscience – had ‘degenerated’.
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Egyptian born Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohamed has had a trying year as the Grand Mufti of Australia, having come under fire for his condolence message over the Paris attacks
The essay was contained in the English translation of Dr Mohamed’s book, A Call For Thinking (left). Dr Ibrahim is pictured right in a head shot supplied with the book
In an essay titled ‘The Northerly Winds Between The Screen of Development and Population Control: A study of the Cairo conference,’ Dr Mohamed (centre) described homosexuality and lesbianism as ‘sexual perversions’ and claimed low fertility rates were caused by ‘loose extramarital sexual conduct’
He described homosexuality and lesbianism as ‘sexual perversions’ and said low fertility rates in western countries, such as France, were caused by the ‘loose extramarital sexual conduct of men and women’.
‘Further, the emission of semen from different men into the same womb results in gonorrhea which leads to the blockage of the fellopian tubes,’ Dr Mohamed wrote, ‘which in turn leads to either temporary of permanent barrenness with many women’.
The future Grand Mufti then described what he believed the situation was in the West with adultery and low fertility rates.
‘The young man in these countries can get lucky with more than one woman,’ Dr Mohamed wrote.
‘He is able to move from this woman to that, exchanging his girlfriends and lovers is much easier than changing shoes, why would such a person tie himself to one woman?
‘Why should he marry? Marriage is a responsibility, full of worries, and is a tie to one women! (sic) whilst bachelorhood allows him to achieve what he wishes and more?’
Meanwhile, he said women forgot about motherhood, under pressure from ‘merciless materialistic societies’.
‘Pregnancy gives her flab, it bloats her, it changes the lineaments of her form, and her beautiful features, and these are her capital.
‘These leads to avoidance of pregnancy, and resistance to bearing children,’ he said, before telling an anecdote about male and female infidelity.
‘He (the father) often doubts the legitimacy of his children, and cannot know for certain whether this child is from his loins or the loins of another’.
He complained that instead of the West ‘draining its filthy springs… they are exporting their diseases to us’.
‘They are forcing us to circulate these, they want us to persist in them, and protect them with the barrier of international law, under the flag of the United Nations’.
The essay was published in the book, A Call For Thinking, first in Arabic and then translated to English by Keysar Trad, from the the Islamic Friendship Association.
Dr Mohamed is pictured centre at a mosque with other Sydney figures of note, including Dr Jamal Rifi (second from lfet)
Federal government frontbenchers condemned Dr Mohamed for his remarks over the Paris attacks (pictured)
Daily Mail Australia previously revealed other writings of Dr Mohamed (pictured, the book An Invitation to Contemplate) where he said Westerners wanted non-Muslim women to walk around ‘exposed as a piece of sweet pastry… devoured by the eyes of men’
Dr Mohamed is pictured here when he was younger in another photograph from an old book
When approached for comment about the translation, Mr Trad said: ‘From my understanding, he (the Grand Mufti) was happy with it.’
The Grand Mufti had the book proof-read by others, he said, and had approved the book to be published.
Of the book’s contents, he said: ‘The original books were written in the context of Arabic speaking countries’.
‘They addressed their specific concerns especially the influence of more powerful countries on their politics.’
The essay was focused upon what Dr Mohamed saw as the failures of the Cairo population conference.
Mr Trad said the two books he translated for Dr Mohamed, A Call for Thinking and a previous one, An Invitation to Contemplate, ‘give an insight into the mindset of people in the region’.
Multiple calls, emails and a request for an interview with Dr Mohamed were not returned by time of publication on Monday.
A source familiar with Dr Mohamed’s views said he was appreciative of Australia’s freedoms and scientific advancements.
However, the source said he ‘does not like… the family break ups, no clear line of responsibility in the family, (a lack of) fidelity in western society… and the acceptance of homosexual practices’.
Dr Mohamed has had a testing year as the Grand Mufti in 2015 since his appointment to the post by the Australian National Imams Council (ANIC) in 2011.
The Grand Mufti came under attack by Federal government frontbenchers for his response to the Paris massacre in November.
At the time, Dr Mohamed sent his condolence to the victims but dismissed current anti-terror strategies as ineffective.
He said the focus should be on Islamophobia, foreign policy and military interventions.
Daily Mail Australia revealed other previous translated writings of Dr Mohamed earlier this year.
In another translated book, Invitation to Contemplate, Dr Mohamed said Westerners wanted non-Muslim women to walk around ‘exposed as a piece of sweet pastry… devoured by the eyes of men’.