In other words, these soldiers of allah are telling us that if we don’t flood the country with radical headbangers who will murder us they will have to do it themselves.
Sydney Islamic extremist group which wants to impose Sharia law says Donald Trump’s migration ban will fuel terrorist attacks
ExtremistDevout Muslim group Hizb ut-Tahrir says U.S. migration ban will cause violence
- Spokesman Uthman Badar slammed PM Malcolm Turnbull for not speaking out
- Said Australian government was silent because ban fit with asylum seeker policy
An Islamic extremist group that wants Sharia law says Donald Trump’s migration ban will spark terrorist attacks.
Hizb ut-Tahrir also slammed Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for declining to publicly criticise the U.S. president’s controversial executive order, which temporarily bans citizens and refugees from seven African and Middle East nations.
The group, which wants an Islamic super state based on strict Sharia law, said the American ban targeting predominantly Muslim countries would radicalise people.
Hizb ut-Tahrir has criticised Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (left) and Immigration Minister Peter Dutton (right) of being silent on Donald Trump’s ban because it reflects Australia’s treatment of asylum seekers
‘It goes without saying that such measures, which explicitly demonise and target a particular group, are what push individuals to react violently,’ it said on its website.
“The idea that any executive order, any government document, lessens or increases the hatred of the Islamist jihadis for America simply means you do not understand the threat,” he contended. “We are still infidels, whoever the president is, and whatever executive orders are signed. The idea that suddenly ISIS will be nice to us, if we behave a certain way – that makes our government hostage to these maniacs, and that will never happen.”
The Sydney-based spokesman of the group in Australia, Uthman Badar, also had a go at the prime minister, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton and Treasurer Scott Morrison for not criticising President Trump.
‘Indeed, Turnbull, Dutton and Morrison see in Trump’s executive order the reflection of their own callous treatment of asylum seekers,’ he said in a Facebook post on Tuesday.
Hizb ut-Tahrir’s post comes a day after a white university student Alexandre Bissonnette, 27, was named as the sole suspect accused of killing six men at a Quebec City mosque in Canada.
That alleged attack occurred in the same week President Trump signed an executive order banning from the U.S. holders of passports from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen for 90 days.
The executive order also suspends refugee admissions for 120 days.
Demonstrations have been held at airports across the United States against the migration bans.