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- Islamic Council of Australia has demanded anti-terrorism funding be diverted
- It asks the tax-payer money be used to create ‘safe spaces’ for Muslim youth
- Council says Muslims need a refuge to safely make ‘inflammatory’ comments
- It comes in the wake of the deadly siege which killed gunman and another man
The Islamic Council of Victoria has said Muslim youth should be provided with taxpayer-funded ‘safe spaces’ where they can make ‘inflammatory’ and ‘frank’ comments.
In a submission to a parliamentary inquiry into freedom of religion, Islamic leaders have demanded government funding for anti-terrorism and anti-extremism should be used to create the religious sanctuaries.
‘To create safe spaces urgently needed by Muslim youth to meet and talk about a range of issues in emotional terms, where they can be frank and even use words, which in a public space would sound inflammatory,’ the submission reads.–Read more…
Waleed Aly’s Islamic Council asks parliament for secret “safe spaces” for Muslim youth to discuss “inflammatory” issues – paid for by police CT budget
Waleed Aly’s Islamic Council of Victoria demands safe places for Muslim youth to discuss things the public wouldn’t understand. In secret.
And they want the Australian government to divert counter-terrorism funding away from protecting us to pay for it.
Download pdf of full Submission
These spaces are called ‘prison cells’. Vent all you like.
ISLAMIC COUNCIL WANTS SAFE SPACE FOR HATE SPEECH. AND WE MUST PAY
The Islamic Council of Victoria, which runs the state’s deradicalisation program, has lost the plot.
YOUNG Muslims should have access to taxpayer-funded “safe spaces” in which they can make “inflammatory” comments, according to Victoria’s peak Islamic group.
In a highly controversial submission to a parliamentary inquiry into freedom of religion, the Islamic Council of Victoria is demanding that funding for federal counter-terrorism and anti-extremism programs be diverted to create the refuges.
“Muslim young people are feeling more emotionally overloaded. A safe space is needed for them to meet and talk about a range of issues in emotional terms, where they can be frank and even use words which in a public space would sound inflammatory,” the submission says.
How brazen, to also ask for the state to actually pay for safe spaces for hate speech.
A NEW NARRATIVE
Back in 2008, before Waleed Aly became the Australian left’s favourite Islamic cuddle toy, he offered a blame-us explanation for local terrorism causes.
The following is from a now-expired 2008 piece in The Australian on Kevin Rudd’s ridiculous 2020 Summit, where Aly was a delegate:
Waleed Aly, a member of the executive of the Islamic Council of Victoria and a terrorism expert, said the summit needed to reorientate the way policy-makers considered home-grown terrorism.
Rather than seeing it as an event, it needed to be seen as a process that was informed by a disparate array of policies, from foreign policy to welfare policy to the impact of domestic counter-terror laws, Mr Aly said. “The next phase in global terrorism is local grievances being stitched to global grievances to create a new narrative,” he said.
To honour this historic view, the next time an Islamic extremist kills someone in Australia, please let it be reported thus: “The victim was murdered by a process informed by a disparate array of policies, from foreign policy to welfare policy to the impact of domestic counter-terror laws.
“And maybe also by someone all hopped up on Mo love and jihad juice.”