Get your vomit bucket, quick!
Jenna Price, a pig ignorant scribbler for the The Canberra Times and Daily Life, and slick Islamo agitprop Mariam Veiszadeh work themselves into a lather over “uneducated racists” who can’t get themselves to submit to islam:
How Muslim Australians are being terrorised every single day
In a moving plea, Waleed Aly (Wally) calls for Australians to empathise with one another during what he calls these ‘dark times’.
Here we all are rushing to work. It’s Friday morning, July 15, at Sydney’s Martin Place train station. Verbal abuse, including: “F–king terrorist. Go back to your country”.
Now we are coming home from work, the following Monday night. Mehal Krayem, 29, is standing at the station wondering why her husband is late. There are two men, staring at her, just staring. She rings her husband and gets cranky because he is stuck in traffic. Then she confesses to him that she is feeling frightened.
Get used to it, kafirs. Only Mohammedan feelings matter. Ignore almost 30.000 jihad-terror attacks since 9/11. To point the finger at the soldiers of allah would be ‘islamophobic’.
Now we are on social media. It’s a tweet inviting others to join a war on Islam.
Sara Gadalla was harassed on election day. Photo: Supplied
We are living this life, every single day in Australia. It’s not just “them”, it’s all of us.
Poor little Mustards. Having to put up with this terrible life among infidel sons of apes and swine.
Even on election day. Sara Gadalla, 21, is about to start postgraduate studies in psychology. She and her mum head off to the local polling booth, Helensvale High on Queensland’s Gold Coast. It’s where she went to school.
“But this time it was very different,” she tells me. “I saw a man holding up a sign and I didn’t think much of it until I saw him laughing and shaking his head while looking directly at us.
Mariam Veiszadeh founded the Islamophobia Register in 2014. Photo: Supplied
“His sign read ‘protect our democracy from Islam’.”
How terrible! Behead him right away!
The man called out to her and said: “You better come and get one of these flyers then.”
Sara was quick to respond: “Why? Shouldn’t you be protecting yourself from me? I might be carrying something.
She might indeed.
“I continued walking towards the hall trying to contain my anger in order to carry on with what I was there to do, to vote, to have a voice and to be heard. while waiting in line.
No Mustard should be allowed to vote in an infidel nation state.
“I felt so extremely vulnerable. Here I was standing in a hall alongside my neighbours and everyone in the district but I couldn’t help to wonder how many of them agreed with the ignorant bigot that stood outside.”
Blow ’em all up! They deserve it.
“I thought to myself I’m not going to let this uneducated racist get the best of me… I decided I would take a photo of him and what he represented and I solemnly vowed that whenever I felt disheartened or discouraged I would look at this photo and remember that I am here to prove extremists like him wrong.
To prove him ‘wrong’ would be difficult. To call him “an uneducated racist” is easy.
When she took his photo, the man responded: “Take your bombs and get out of Helensvale.”
“That really hurt me to the core . . . they seem to always be calling us terrorists but I feel like we’re the ones being terrorised. Here I was like every other civilian trying to complete my duty as an Australian citizen but I, as a minority that makes up less than three per cent of Australian residents, was targeted and terrorised.”
Targeted and terrorised. Any idea what it feels like to be a non Muslim in lands where Muselmaniacs rule?
Sara has lived in Helensvale for more than 15 years, went to both primary school and high school there. She’s devastated.
Better she is “devastated” than have these people ruin our world.
“For as long as I live, I, as an individual will do everything in my power to make myself better than him and to prove to those around us that it’s not Islam that must be feared.”
Few Mustards are better than us in anything, and proving that islam must not be feared would be something I’d put in the too hard box.
Australia’s Race Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane has a report on cultural diversity across all Australian sectors due out next week, also knows that there are many incidents experienced by communities which are not reported. The complaints the Commission receives “are only the tip of the iceberg,” he says.
Go ahead and call me anything you want, you ridiculous Tim tosspot! We know what you are, let that suffice.
But one woman reads new complaints on a daily basis and they make her heart ache. Lawyer Mariam Veiszadeh founded the Islamophobia Register in 2014 for exactly such reports, in response to a growing number of attacks on Muslims in Australia. She herself is constantly under attack for her advocacy work, but she soldiers on.
That’s her job. She is a professional Mohammedan agitprop. She does nothing else.
Since Pauline Hanson’s return to politics, Veiszadeh has also decided to fact check the policies of One Nation. In the first 24 hours since the website’s launch, 100,000 people visited the site.
Veiszadeh felt that Australians needed to see for themselves what the claims of One Nation actually were. “People are struggling to separate fact from fiction so we did it for them,” she says. That includes claims like ‘all Muslims are terrorists’.
By the law of allah and the Koran, all muslims are terrorists. Fact.
“The point is that if you want people to be engaged civically and you want them to be part of the fabric of this nation, you can’t demonise them.”
Mohammedans will NEVER be part of the fabric of this nation. Never.
But the work takes a toll on her health and happiness. “It is the sheer embarrassment that you are walking around with the weight of the world on your shoulders. I’m exhausted. My advocacy work is not a hobby. It is not something I can do as side project, it’s personal, it’s my future, it’s our future.”
No. We don’t have a future together. Its you against us.
Her family worry. Her husband, her mum. “My mother is obviously very fearful and I get those worrying calls from her all the time. She knows I can’t help myself because I am her daughter.”
Many families worry. Many mothers worry about Mohammedan savages following the teachings of Muhammad.
Here’s why she worries: The list of hateful incidents and harassment goes on. This week I spoke to a number of Muslim women, and their stories could fill a book. Here’s a brief summary of some of their stories.
- The very pregnant woman in a hijab who is driving her kids. A truckdriver starts shouting racist abuse, swerves in front of her and tries to run her off the road.
- The pharmacist who, in the end, removed her hijab so she could get a job. She would not wish that on anyone.
- The young woman who sat on the train while the young woman sitting next to her showed her a text that read, “f–k Muslims”.
- The young woman who works in HR forced to become the resident explainer of Islam to her entire workplace. FYI, Islamic State is not the same as Islam. Pretending they are the same is like saying the Spanish Inquisition is the same as Catholicism.
- The older woman whose son had to use an Anglo name at work so as not to “frighten the customers”.
We have millions of stories far worse than “hateful incidents and harassment”. The bodies of murdered unbelievers could plaster the streets from here to Mecca and back.
And please don’t look on the internet. Any Muslim – any decent person – would be horrified at the hate expressed there.
No. Lets look at the hate Mohammedans spew on the internet. Lets look at the killings and how the allahuakbaring savages rejoice and celebrate.
Despite this, and calls this week to respond to hatred with forgiveness, the Muslim community are already the first to act with forgiveness and compassion even as they face constant harassment and direct threats of violence. Aisha Amjad, 38, who works in policy and community development, wants to share the positive stories of Muslims in Australia. Her parents are doctors, she’s a lawyer.
“My parents save lives rather than take them. I’m a lawyer. We are trying to build bridges and take people with us.”
Building bridges? Taking people with you?
Muslim Brotherhood theorist Sayyid Qutb explained:
“The chasm between Islam and Jahiliyyah [the society of unbelievers] is great, and a bridge is not to be built across it so that the people on the two sides may mix with each other, but only so that the people of Jahiliyyah may come over to Islam.”