Aussies are just a bunch of dumb hicks who need
education Islam. Halal is not an extortion racket, only uninformed people would be suspicious about it, and the burqa in parliament? But of course! Who are we to tell Muslim women what to wear?
Islamo agitprop Anne Aly, freshly sworn in on the Koran, is flabbergasted that in this day and age Aussies still continue to talk about what women wear.
“Surely, as a progressive nation, we’ve accepted that what a woman wears is her choice. Is her right to wear.’
When Parliament resumes in Canberra this year, newly-elected Federal MPs Linda Burney and Anne Aly will walk into the Lower House representing two significant firsts.
And Dr Anne Aly, professor at Edith Cowan University in WA and expert in counter-terrorism, will be walking through the doors as the member for Cowan and the first Muslim woman in Parliament.
Both women have won Labor seats this election that were previously held by Liberal MPs. And both have now joined Hack host Tom Tilley in the studio for their Let’s Talk™ appointments.
Here’s what we learned about Anne Aly at the beginning of her career in Federal politics.
She didn’t expect to become a politician
On ABC’s Q&A last year, Dr Anne Aly said that part of a politician’s job was learning how to “lie”.
Anne Aly told Hack that she hopes to prove her own criticism wrong.
“Well I’m hoping that I’m not going to be one of those politicians,” Dr Aly said.
“If you had said to me back then that I was going to have a career in politics I would have said ‘no way, not touching it with a ten foot pole’. But it did get to a situation in the work that I do where it got to the point where I just thought, ‘I need to make change from the inside, something needs to change.’
“And what needs to change is political will. And the offer came up to run for this seat, it was a marginal seat, and I thought, ‘maybe this is a sign? Maybe I can make change from the inside’.”
Supports taking away passports from people intending to fight overseas
Anne Aly has previously criticised the Government’s plan to take passports away from Australians intending to fight overseas, saying local intervention after-the-fact would be needed.
“I never thought it was a bad idea, I think it’s a good thing to take away the passports,” Anne Aly said on Hack.
“What my criticism of that is, that if you take away the passports, all very well and good but let’s have something in place for those that are left here. Because they can’t travel and those who have a pathway to violence, and ensuring that that pathway to violence isn’t then turned to violence within Australia. And indeed that’s what we’ve seen, if you look at the arrests over the past couple years of young people who are planning terrorist attacks.
“And most of them, if not all of them have had their passports taken away. So it’s all very well and good to have their passports taken away, yes we can absolutely support that, but let’s look at where there are gaps, and the gaps that that creates. And develop interventions and programs to fill those gaps.”
She expects to face off with Pauline Hanson
Is Anne Aly excited about the prospect of sharing the corridors of power with One Nation leader Pauline Hanson, who has called for a royal commission into Islam?
“I don’t know about ‘excited’ about it, I don’t know about ‘excited’, Tom,” Anne Aly said.
But does Anne Aly expect to face off with Pauline Hanson in Parliament?
“I’m sure we will. I’m actually looking forward to it, because you know, if enough Australians have voted for One Nation to be in the Senate, then it certainly means that people want this discussed.
“So let’s have the discussion, let’s have a robust discussion, let’s ensure that discussion is respectful, that it’s based on fact, that it’s informed.
Anne Aly also didn’t accept Pauline Hanson’s claims that Halal Certification is used to fund terrorism.
“ASIO certainly doesn’t think so. They’ve done a report, they’ve done an investigation, and they’ve said no. Unless [Pauline Hanson] knows something that ASIO doesn’t, absolutely not.”
She thinks we need a more informed debate on wearing the burqa in Parliament
“These debates periodically raise their heads. And I’m constantly left quite flabbergasted at how it is, in this day and age, still continue to talk about what women wear.
“Surely, as a progressive nation, we’ve accepted that what a woman wears is her choice. Is her right to wear.
“I think that discussion needs to be had among Muslim women about what these forms of clothing actually represent, and what they actually mean to Muslim women.”
Ban the Koran for “Swearing In” and Here is Why
In 2013 the first Muslim MP, Ed Husic swore in as the Prime Minister’s new parliamentary secretary on the Koran. In 2016 he convinced Anne Aly the second Muslim elected into the Australian Parliament, to do the same.
This is the set of principles they are both swearing, as their “moral code”. They include gender inequality, religious intolerance, anti-democracy, bigotry, inequality and racism—all of it very unAustralian, but there is more.
The verses below are just only a handful lifted from the Koran and for every verse here, there are many others to support them. They represent is the Koranic mindset and underpin the behaviour of the believer and for the most part have also made their way into Sharia Law applications (including lying—big chapter on how to do that).
These universal tenets of Islam don’t belong in Australia let alone in our Australian Parliament. The Koran needs to be removed as a suitable text for swearing in by Members of Parliament as its tenets are counter-cultural to the foundations of Australian Society and the laws of this land. The cause of Islam for Australia is to bring Australia under submission to Islam, remove democracy and replace it with Sharia. Hardly suitable for swearing in an Australian MP.
Tenets of Islam:
1. MP’s to Hide their faith: Qur’an (40:28) – A man is introduced as a believer, but one who must “hide his faith” among those who are not believers.”
2. Sharia Law over Australian Law: Qur’an (33:36) – “It is not fitting for a Believer, man or woman, when a matter has been decided by Allah and His Messenger to have any option about their decision.”
3. Islam for all Australia: Qur’an (8:39) – “And fight with them until there is no more fitna (disorder, unbelief) and religion should be only for Allah” . (Allah is the deity of Islam and this commandment constitutes the CAUSE of Islam…”religion…only for Allah”—no others.)
4: Fight for supremacy of Islam Qur’an (4:76) – “Those who believe fight in the cause of Allah…”
5. Against Democracy: Qur’an (5:44) – “Whosoever does not judge by what Allah has revealed is among the disbelievers” (This is one reason why terrorists openly fight for an Islamic state against democracy and secularism.)
6. Lie to Australians: Qur’an (9:3) – “…Allah and his messenger are free from obligation to the unbelievers…”
8. Men get more inheritance: Qur’an (4:11) “The male shall have the equal of the portion of two females”
10: Show hardness to non Muslims: Qur’an (9:123) – “O you who believe! fight those of the unbelievers who are near to you and let them find in you hardness.”
11. Allegiance to the Ummah: Qur’an (49:10) The Believers are but a single Brotherhood
12. Muslim Master race: Qar’an (3:110) Ye are the best of peoples, evolved for mankind, enjoining what is right, forbidding what is wrong, and believing in Allah.
13. Kill Unbelievers: Qur’an (2:191-193) – “And kill them wherever you find them, and turn them out from where they have turned you out. And Al-Fitnah [disbelief] is worse than killing..
14. Men are superior witnesses: Qur’an (2:282) – ” two witnesses—two men…if not then a man and two women.”
15. Wife Beating: Qur’an (4:34) “admonish them, leave them alone in the sleeping-places and beat them;
16. Men are in charge of women: Qur’an (4:34) – “Men are in charge of women, because ….
17. Polygamy: Qur’an (4:3) – “Marry of the women, who seem good to you, two or three or four; …
18. Obey only Muslim authority: Qur’an (4:59) – “Obey Allah and obey ..those in authority from among you…”
19. Religious Discrimination: Qur’an (5: 51) “Take not the Jews and the Christians for friends.”
20. Listen only to Muslims: Qur’an (25:52) “Listen not to the unbelievers, but strive against them with the utmost strenuousness.”
21. Jihad: Qur’an (4:95) – “Not equal are those believers who sit (at home) and receive no hurt, and those who strive and fight in the cause of Allah with their goods and their persons. Allah hath granted a grade higher to those who strive and fight with their goods and persons than to those who sit (at home). “
This is not an appropriate belief system for anyone representing Australians or the laws of our land.
Perhaps we should exclude Muslims from holding office unless they can put Australian law and Australian interests before Islam. Either swear on the Bible that underpins the laws of our land or take a personal oath. That is what is allowed under our Constitution when it first came into being—we need to leave it at that.