British-born Farrokh Sekaleshfar arrived last Tuesday as a guest of the Imam Husain Islamic Centre in Earlwood, in inner-western Sydney. He is acting as a guest speaker for the holy Muslim month of Ramadan.
“Hatred comes out of love, killing homosexuals is an act of love and compassion…” The swine from the media never think of questioning Farrokh on his denial and his “out of context” BS.
At a lecture at the University of Michigan in 2013, when asked about homosexuality he said: “Death is the sentence. There’s nothing to be embarrassed about this. Death is the sentence. We have to have that compassion for people. With homosexuals, it’s the same. Out of compassion, let’s get rid of them now.”
It is amazing. When Dutch political leader Geert Wilders, who warns of the threat of Islam, wanted to come speak in Australia he faced huge obstacles. His visa was delayed, politicians condemned and refused to meet him, he was denied permission to speak on government property, venues refused to host him and Muslim and Jewish groups vilified him, as did journalists and academics, while Left-wing protesters assaulted Australians wanting to hear him..
Yet a Muslim cleric preaching death for gays waltzes into Australia a couple of times without a breeze of criticism – until now. Indeed, the first time he came he spoke at the University of Western Sydney.
Moral coward: Birmingham’s rage at Islam’s preachers of hate is transferred to those who oppose them
Cognitive dissonance or extreme stupidity? Fairfax scribbler John Birmingham scrapes the bottom of the barrel with this one:
How sickly desperate are some on the Left to be apologists for a lethal ideology?
He learns that a follower of the Islamic State, which murders gays by throwing them off tall buildings, has himself murdered 50 people at a gay night club. He reads that the Islamic State cheers this massacre as a tribute to it pitiless brand of the faith that licenses the state-sponsored execution of gays in all seven countries which make homosexuality a capital offence.
And Birmingham responds by accusing one person in particular of hating gays – of “victimising [them] for years”, of being “sick-making”, of being a “massive idiot” and of the “hypocrites” obsessed by “the killer’s invisible friend, Allah”. having “prayers … fervently directed towards oppressing and even terrorising” gays.
No, Birmingham is not talking about the murderer. He’s not talking about the head of the Islamic State.
He’s talking about Donald Trump.
The Age editorial treats the Orlando massacre at merely an act of homophobia in keeping not with Islam but mainstream American culture – rather than with the Islam that sanctions the execution of gays in seven countries and has followers massacre them in the Islamic State.:
It is unknown whether [the killer] had any direct links to IS; this will be the subject of investigation. It is important to state the attack was certainly homophobic, and that the LGBTI population in the US and elsewhere continues to suffer appalling discrimination, victimisation and prejudice.
Oh, an it’s all a problem to solved by stopping the importation of guns, not the importation of people with a certain ideology:
Most people in the US support changes to gun laws.. US President Barack Obama and others who support changes have cited Australia’s experience. In what is widely acclaimed as a wonderful legacy, then prime minister John Howard successfully legislated gun restrictions in the aftermath of our worst mass killing, the Port Arthur massacre, 20 years ago… That does not mean a catastrophe like that in Orlando will not happen here, but, particularly given our gun laws, we can be confident appropriate protections are in place.
These people are insane.