The worst German Chancellor since Adolf Hitler is bent on national suicide. “Merkel rules out migrant policy reversal after attacks,” BBC, July 28, 2016: Recent attacks in Germany involving asylum-seekers would not change its willingness to take in refugees, Chancellor Angela Merkel has said. She said the attackers “wanted to undermine our sense of community, […]
Mr. Juncker insisted that however bad the “migrant crisis” and terrorism in Europe gets, the EU will never call into question the free movement of people within the bloc.
“This is one of the four fundamental freedoms of the founding Treaty of Rome. It is an inviolable principle,” he said.
“We will never give up” he said.
Juncker and Merkel should know that we will never give up defending ourselves against the islamic invasion and to bring these traitors to justice.
…. turns around and says ‘nothing to do with islam.’
The EUSSR is run by a gang of unelected Stalinists
These people are usurpers, crooks and criminals. This dictatorship will not stand.
This putz should have his visa revoked right away and put on a plane out and back to where he came from.
Keysar Trad returns to be spokesturd for mufti
Muslim leader stands down amid school brawl
The president of Australia’s peak Muslim body has stepped down and been replaced by community spokesman Keysar Trad amid a battle against one of its largest schools, Malek Fahd, over $13 million.
After repeat attempts had been made to oust him from the role, Hafez Kassem sent the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils executive committee notice of his resignation on Tuesday night, suggesting Mr Trad as his successor. Mr Trad, a former treasurer of the organisation, was unanimously elected its president yesterday.
In his letter, Mr Kassem said: “It has been my honour and privilege to serve AFIC for the past 10 years and I feel blessed to be working with such an honourable group of brothers … Unfortunately, my family and business responsibilities make it difficult for me to continue to lead AFIC. It is with a heavy heart that I intend to offer my resignation from AFIC this evening.”
Mr Trad told The Australian he planned to raise awareness about Islam and step up deradicalisation programs, saying the community did not want to see its children fighting overseas. “We are going to escalate our public awareness campaign and our outreach programs to make sure we promote better understanding about Islam and Muslims.
“The vast majority of Muslims are here to build and contribute to Australia, to be constructive citizens. We need to get that message across. We can’t keep allowing the actions of a handful of people to tarnish a community.”
Mr Trad said AFIC would play a role in “protecting” Muslim children with job-creation programs.
Mr Kassem was sacked as chairman of Malek Fahd, in the southwest Sydney suburb of Greenacre in October, along with the school’s board and accountancy firm. He survived a move to oust him as AFIC president in March, when no formal vote was taken.
Islamic Council of Queensland spokesman Ali Kadry said Mr Kassem was not forced out but some executive members had requested he step down to allow new leadership.
“I think the change was necessary. Hafez Kassem has done a good job … I think he wanted to take time off and allow other people to take on the challenges we face,” he said.
Malek Fahd sent AFIC a letter of demand last week that it repay $13m to the school, amid claims of multiple breaches of duty by AFIC directors.
The federal government cut $20m in funding from the school after a Deloitte audit uncovered financial mismanagement and governance.
Mr Kassem will continue to work with AFIC in an advisory capacity. Malek Fahd and Mr Kassem did not return calls.