“Deradicalisation expert” Anne Aly claims she receives “death threats”

Oh for f*kcs sake, Mohammedans throw hissy fits and then cry victimhood, haven’t we learned that lesson yet? Anne Aly’s fanatical frenzy is the standard modus operandi  of all Islamic agitprops.  Put her on the stand and let her prove that there are indeed death threats! Check her phone records, go after her and don’t let her off the hook for that mendacious grievance theatre that keeps the authorities busy with her BS!

Muslim MP Anne Aly and family receive death threats
Labor MP Anne Aly and family receive death threats after Peter Dutton comments. Labor MP Anne Aly has told Parliament she received death threats after she condemned Immigration Minister Peter Dutton’s comments about Lebanese-Muslims.
Mr Dutton singled out the Lebanese-Muslin community earlier this week, saying most people charged with terror-related offences came from the background. Dr Aly, the first Muslim woman to be elected to Parliament and an expert in counter-terrorism, said the Immigration Minister’s comments were “extremely disappointing” and feared they were made in malice. She said the comments prompted death threats directed towards her family.
“I don’t worry about myself because in this place I am afforded the protections that not many people are afforded,” she said.
“But these were death threats against my family.
“Someone came out and said they would like to kill my family. Where are my rights?”
During a debate on equality, Dr Aly asked if a right to free speech was worth more than her right to be protected.
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Labor MP Anne Aly and family receive death threats after Peter Dutton comments

Labor MP Anne Aly has told Parliament she received death threats after she condemned Immigration Minister Peter Dutton’s comments about Lebanese-Muslims.

Mr Dutton singled out the Lebanese-Muslin community earlier this week, saying most people charged with terror-related offences came from the background.

Dr Aly, the first Muslim woman to be elected to Parliament and an expert in counter-terrorism, said the Immigration Minister’s comments were “extremely disappointing” and feared they were made in malice.

She said the comments prompted death threats directed towards her family.

“I don’t worry about myself because in this place I am afforded the protections that not many people are afforded,” she said.

“But these were death threats against my family.

Where are the death threats? Prove it!

“Someone came out and said they would like to kill my family. Where are my rights?”

Prove it! Where is proof?

During a debate on equality, Dr Aly asked if a right to free speech was worth more than her right to be protected.

A Mohammedan agitprop in parliament trying to shut down freedom of speech? How original is that?

Dr Aly told reporters she received an email saying Mr Dutton was correct and that she needed to go home and “take all her terrorist friends with her”.

“Now if I’m getting those kinds of emails, you can be sure that there are people out there in the communities, people out there in Liberal-held seats of Arab, or Muslim, or Lebanese background, or just any kind of migrant background who are also going to be getting comments like that in the streets.”

Again, no proof, just innuendo. Anne Aly is a mendacious grievance monger.

Mr Dutton last week stated that former prime minister Malcolm Fraser “did make mistakes in bringing some people in” as part of his immigration policies in the 1970s.

“The advice I have is that out of the last 33 people who have been charged with terrorist-related offences in this country, 22 of those people are from second and third generation Lebanese-Muslim background,” he said.

Aly asks: Is free speech worth more than protection?

We need protection from Mohammedans. It already costs us billions. We will not shut down free speech to pease Mohammedan invaders.

Coalition MP Andrew Laming defended Mr Dutton’s comments saying he did no more than speak the “prima facie truth” about ethnic communities.

During Question Time in the Senate, Attorney-General George Brandis said he did not believe the comments would make it harder for the Government to cooperate with the community on counter-terrorism measures.

During a debate on equality, Dr Aly took issue with Coalition MPs pushing for reforms to section 18c of the Racial Discrimination Act.

“I would ask those people whether they think that their right to free speech is better or more worthy than my right to feel protected,” she said.

“Am I a second-class citizen, that my right to feel protected is less than someone’s right to be a bigot?”

Free speech is not “bigotry”, free speech is our birthright. It is the fundamental value on which our society is built.

Dr Aly recalled being bullied by two peers in primary school, with one girl spitting in her face and telling her that she was “a dirty Muslim, a dirty Arab and that she hated me because I didn’t believe in Jesus”.

That  lie that is the stock in trade of every Mohammedan. It is pure projection. It is the Mohammedans who do  that when they have the upper hand. Just ask a Coptic Christian, or a Pakistani Christian or Hindu, how they are treated.

After complaining to her teacher, she said she was told to stop being silly and “don’t be stupid”.

Again, no proof, no witnesses, just Anne Aly and her lies.

“That experience doesn’t define for me what Australia means, that experience I had in the playground that day didn’t equate with me saying Australia was a racist country,” she said.

Gibberish.

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It didn’t take long for the call to go up for Peter Dutton’s sacking, summary execution being the first refuge of the witless.

Lebanese immigration — just saying it makes you racist
AUSTRALIA: Calls (from the usual suspects) for PM to Sack Immigration Minister Over Racist Comments November 21

The immigration minister is a “racist bigot” Greens MP Sarah Hanson Young snarled in parliament yesterday, before being forced to withdraw the insult. Even then she had to mutter like a child: “Honestly, I believe it.”

“He’s just gotta go,” her Tasmanian Greens colleague Nick McKim offered, also branding Dutton a “a racist. He’s gone too far, and the Prime Minister now has no choice but to sack Mr Dutton”.

And Lebanese Muslim Association president Samier Dandan, always on the lookout for “Islamophobia”, real or imagined, issued the most extraordinary video rant. He accused Dutton of racism and “dog whistle politics”.

“What minister Dutton said was racist. What he implied was racist. And the lack of outrage in parliament reflects on the racism underscoring much of how we talk about minorities in Australia.”

He accused the Turnbull government of having a “toxic assimilationist nationalist agenda”, of “exploit[ing] bigotry for political advantage” and creating a “racially and ethically intolerant Australia”.


Dutton has been butchered over his remarks on Lebanese immigration. (Pic: John Tiedemann/The Daily Telegraph)

Dandan went on to claim that the “root causes of the foreign fighters issue” aka homegrown jihadis, included “socio-economic status, political disempowerment and racial discrimination.”

We’ve heard it before. It’s all our fault that Islamist terrorists born and raised in Australia decide to do violence to their fellow citizens, or to answer the call of ISIS to go to Syria and chop off the heads of infidels.

So what has Dutton done that is so shocking?

He told the truth. When goaded by Bill Shorten in parliament on Monday, Dutton laid out the demographic facts about home grown terrorism, and acknowledged that Malcolm Fraser’s so called “Lebanese concession” in 1976 was a mistake which has consequences to this day.

Initially intended to help Christian refugees leave Lebanon during the civil war, the Lebanese Concession was instead rorted by 90 per cent Muslims, many of them Sunnis, large families and their neighbours from some of the most problematic, deprived rural areas of Lebanon.

Cabinet records of the time warn that the immigration department had lost control of the program. Of the influx of some 12,000 people, a large proportion of whom ended up in southwestern Sydney: “A high percentage is illiterate. Personal hygiene is poor. Large families of up to 18 children are applying. Identification of applicants is complicated. Misrepresentations and deliberate attempts to conceal vital information are prolonging interviews.”

These are inconvenient truths that have been known for 40 years, but are rarely spoken about. Certainly not by immigration ministers.

Until Dutton, who acknowledged that “Malcolm Fraser did make mistakes in bringing some people in the 1970s and we’re seeing that today. We need to be honest in having that discussion.”

Dutton told Parliament he did not want entire communities “to be defined by those people who are doing the wrong thing and have been charged with terrorist offences or have been involved in crime otherwise”. But he did not intend “to shy away from the facts”.

“The advice I have is that out of the last 33 people who have been charged with terrorist-related offences in this country, 22 of those people are from second and third generation Lebanese-Muslim background,” Dutton told parliament.


The truth can be hard to handle… Labor Member for Cowan Anne Aly reacts. (Pic: AAP Image/Mick Tsikas)

This is simply the truth. Not Lebanese Christians. Not Vietnamese Buddhists. Not Somali Muslims, Kurds, Tamils, Sikhs, Croats, Armenians, or Irish Catholics.

The majority of people arrested, or under investigation, or who have travelled to Syria or Iraq, are Australian born. They are either the children or grandchildren of people from a variety of countries, but Lebanon is disproportionately represented — making up about half of the backgrounds.

Australia has a high proportion of Islamist jihadis, compared to other western nations. In fact, in 2014 we were the leading supplier, per capita, of Western fighters in Syria and Iraq.

We are “unique among Western countries, [in that] individuals involved in jihadism in Australia have predominantly been of Lebanese descent, and several Australians have been arrested in Lebanon for alleged jihadist activity,” wrote Andrew Zammit, from Monash University’s Global Terrorism Research Centre in a 2012 paper titled: Explaining Australia-Lebanon Jihadist Connections.

“While the activities of at most a few dozen people do not reflect on the roughly 70,000 Lebanese-descendant Muslims in Australia, they do highlight a phenomenon… in jihadist militancy.”

Zammit points out, that 20 of 33 people prosecuted in Australian courts as of 2012 over alleged terrorism offences “motivated by jihadist ideology” were of Lebanese descent.

In Operation Pendennis in 2005, for instance, the terrorist plots in Sydney and Melbourne which included blowing up the MCG, 16 of 22 people charged were Lebanese-Australians, as were 12 of the 18 convicted.

In 2009 Operation Neath, the plot against Holsworthy Barracks, two of the 3 convicted were Lebanese-Australians.


Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Peter Dutton has the full support of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. (Pic: AAP Image/Lukas Coch)

Zammit says that while only 20 per cent of Australian Muslims are of Lebanese descent, Lebanese-Australian Muslims make up 60 per cent of those charged over alleged jihadist activity.

“Moreover, Europe and the United States, despite having Lebanese-descendant communities many times larger than Australia’s, almost never experience jihadism-related terrorism attempts by members of these communities…”

Australia-Lebanon jihadist connections are “an understudied phenomenon and further research is needed,” concluded Zammit.

Dandan may be right that disaffection plays a role, but he doesn’t improve matters by whipping up grievances and a victim mentality in his community and imagining Islamophobia where there is none.

The vast majority of Lebanese-Muslim Australians are law abiding and nonviolent.

But in order to keep all of us safe from more homegrown terrorist attacks and to ensure future social cohesion the government needs to be transparent and rigorous about our immigration program, and avoid the mistakes of the Fraser government in 1976.

And if those demonising Dutton think the Prime Minister is onside, forget it. “Peter Dutton is doing an outstanding job as Immigration Minister,” he said yesterday under aggressive questioning by an aghast ABC.

Donald Trump seems to have put truth serum and spine stiffener into the global water supply.

2 thoughts on ““Deradicalisation expert” Anne Aly claims she receives “death threats””

  1. Christmas Time does draw near !!!
    What an HUGELY appreciated present that would be !!!

    Remove Muhammadans (includes MP’s) from every where in Australia !!!

  2. Oh, Ann Aly

    You’re supposed to be representing the electorate who voted you into Parliament. We saw you on TV , face contorted with hate towards a politician who stated the obvious fact that Lebanese muslims in Australia are prone to committing the worst of violent crimes. We’ve see this for years – from gang rape to murder. We had no Middle Eastern Crime squad prior to their arrival Lebanese Christians on the other hand shudder at the deeds of their fellow ex-countrymen.

    Ann – you have no justification do you have for becoming outraged when another politician speaks freely in Parliament about the bleeding obvious. ou’re supposed to be a ‘moderate, secular’ muslim? Australia will rue the day when a devoted, no-secular muslim gets into any sort of powerful political position.

    Oh, Ann, just a suggestion – maybe you could start using your middle name instead ?

    Whenever I see ‘Ann Aly’ in print – it tends to remind me that’s where you do all your thinking .

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