Again, trying to destroy Australia from within, with the hands of useful idiots and diverse Muslim Brotherhood organizations.
Sydney Islamic extremist group campaigning for Sharia law claims Australia Day is a celebration of ‘terror and genocide’
- Hizb ut-Tahrir says Australia Day is an annual celebration of ‘terror and genocide’
- Spokesman Uthman Badar says January 26 symbolises indigenous oppression
- He also slammed the Australia Day lamb ad for rewriting the history of invasion
A radical Islamic group that wants to impose Sharia law has likened Australia Day to a celebration of ‘terror and genocide’.
Hizb ut-Tahrir says January 26 is a day that symbolises the oppression of indigenous people.
‘If there were any sincerity, the question of whether the day that brought terror and genocide to the indigenous people should be the national celebration would not be considered worthy of debate,’ the group’s spokesman Uthman Badar posted on Facebook on Thursday.
Indigenous people on a beach in a lamb advertisement (pictured) celebrating Australia Day
Radical Islamic group Hizb ut-Tahrir agrees with this left-wing Melbourne protester’s placard which describes Australia Day as genocide
Hizb ut-Tahrir’s Australian leaders are based in Sydney and they are part of a global movement to establish a strict Islamic super state, known as a caliphate, under Sharia law.
The radical political group’s frontman also slammed the Australia Day lamb ad for downplaying the invasion of Australia by England in 1788.
‘Cheap tokenism, coupled with a re-writing of history,’ Mr Badar said.
‘The new lamb ad is a classic example that wishes the problem would just somehow go away.’
Hizb ut-Tahrir has slammed the lamb (pictured) for using ‘cheap tokenism’ to downplay Australia’s dark past. Its spokesman said Australia Day celebrated ‘terror and genocide’
Olympian Cathy Freeman (left) asks the occasion of the party on the beach in the Australia Day lamb advertisement (pictured)
The controversial advertisement features indigenous people on a beach barbecuing lamb as English, French, Chinese, German, Italian, Greek, Serbian and Thai people arrive on boats to join their party.
Indigenous Olympic gold medallist Cathy Freeman has a cameo role.
‘Hey guys, what’s the occasion?’ she said.
Celebrity chef Poh Ling Yeow (pictured) also features in the lamb advertisement
Celebrity chef Poh Ling Yeow follows by describing all arrivals in Australia after 1788 as migrants.
‘Hang on, aren’t we all boat people?’ she said.
Left-wing protesters and Greens leader Richard Di Natale have called for Australia Day to be moved, arguing the commemoration of the First Fleet landing at Port Jackson, in Sydney, on January 26, 1788, is a celebration of an invasion.
In December, Mr Badar fronted a rally at Lakemba, in Sydney’s southwest, to denounce the conflict in Syria.
Girls and young women held bloody dolls in the protest on the very same day Russia’s ambassador to Turkey, Andrei Karlov, was shot dead in an Ankara art gallery in protest at the Syrian civil war.
Hizb ut-Tahrir spokesman Uthman Badar’s Facebook post likening Australia Day to a celebration of ‘terror and genocide’