This annoying banner is on the outside of the cathedral targeted by Muselmanic headbangers in Melbourne:
Me thinks the preacher who put this up should hang right next to it. But saying so would make me just like the terrorists, right?
Muslims For Peace counter the rise of One Nation and Reclaim Australia in Tasmania
Obviously, nine staff didn’t do their homework, as usual. Behind ‘Muslims for peace’ is the notorious Ahmadiyya sect, a fiercely proselytizing mob whose target is to destroy Christianity. In Pakistan, where they originate, they are considered heretics and are severely persecuted. Pakistan is the only state that specifically requires every Paki Muslim to denigrate Ghulam Ahmad as an impostor and his followers as non-Muslims when applying for a passport or a national ID card. Their claims, “Loyal to Australia”, (below,) are false, there is nothing in the Koran or their mosques “filled with peace, love and affection”. Neither is there anything in the Koran that suggests Muslims have to be loyal or obedient to an infidel nation state. Their leader, Mirzā Ghulām Ahmad, threatened Geert Wilders and “all the enemies of Islam” with “destruction”.
One of the leaflets being distributed in Hobart (Image: ABC News)
Members of an Islamic group in Tasmania have delivered leaflets to homes on the island state in an attempt to counter the rise of One Nation and Reclaim Australia.
Two leaflets from the Ahmadiyya Muslim community, titled ‘Muslims for Loyalty’ and ‘Muslims for Peace’, were left at homes across Hobart over the Christmas period, the ABC reports.
“Love of one’s country of residence is part of faith,” one of the pamphlets said.
“The Quran is absolutely clear on the point that obedience to governmental authority is mandatory.”
The pamphlets attempt to reassure residents that the group are loyal to Australia, first and foremost.
“You’ve just got through what’s happening in the world… there are images, not good images regarding Muslims that they are not good to their country,” Ahmadiyya Muslim community Tasmanian state president, Dr Aamir Mahmoud, told the ABC.
The leaflets aim to reassure the community that everyday Muslims place a greater loyalty to Australia than to Islam (Image: Ahmadiyya Muslim Society of Australia)
“We want to express from our words, from our deeds, from our actions that whatever the other people are saying, they are wrong.
“We are loyal to our country, and it is Australia here so from the deep core of the heart, we are very loyal to Australia.”
Muslims for Peace are active across Europe, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Leaflet drops have taken place across other Australian states, but only recently in Tasmania.
In addition to the leaflet drops, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community will also commemorate Australia Day across the country.
Australian flag-hoisting ceremonies and barbecues will take place at their mosques in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
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