Victoria’s taqiyya gigolo Waleed Aly weasels and lies about Mohammedan warfare against disbelievers and warns us that any kind of resistance “only plays into the hands of ISIL terrorists”. Skeptics should be reminded that Allah (Muhammad) divided the world in believers and disbelievers 1400 years ago, and that there is nothing we can do to change that. Islam is immutable.
Waleed Aly hits out at ISIS over Paris attacks, calls them weak
Wally has tried many tactics to disguise the links between Islam and terrorism. Don’t be fooled.
WALEED Aly has unleashed on Australia’s politicians and Muslim leaders who have preached “hate” in the wake of the Paris attacks saying their actions actually help Islamic State rather than defeat them.
The Project co-host used his regular ‘Something we should talk about’ segment to not only call for solidarity following the atrocity, which left 132 people dead and hundreds more injured, but to highlight what he says is the truth about the militant organisation — that they’re weak.
“There is a reason ISIL still want to appear so powerful, why they don’t want to acknowledge that the land they control has been taken from weak enemies, that they are pinned down by air strikes or that just last weekend they lost a significant part of their territory,” he said on The Project.
“ISIL don’t want you to know they would quickly be crushed if they ever faced a proper Army on a battlefield.
“They want you to fear them. They want you to get angry. They want all of us to become hostile and here is why:
“ISIL’s strategy is to split the world into two camps. It is that black and white. Again we know this because they told us.”
Ally said ISIL wanted to create World War III, and for societies around the world to turn on each other, and for countries like Australia to vilify Muslims.
He said this “evil organisation” believes if they can make Muslims the enemy of the West, then Muslims in France and England and America and here in Australia will have nowhere to turn but to ISIL.
“That was exactly their strategy in Iraq,” he said. “And now they want it to go global.
“Saying that out loud, it is both dumbfounding in its stupidity and bloodcurdling in its barbarity. “We are all feeling a million raging emotions right now. I am angry at these terrorists. I am sickened by the violence and I am crushed for the families that have been left behind, but, you know what, I will not be manipulated.
“We all need to come together. I know how that sounds. I know it is a cliche, but it is also true because it is exactly what ISIL doesn’t want.
“So, if you are a member of Parliament or a has-been member of Parliament preaching hate at a time when what we actually need is more love — you are helping ISIL. They have told us that. If you are a Muslim leader telling your community they have no place here or basically them saying the same thing — you are helping ISIL.
“They have told us that. If you are just someone with a Facebook or Twitter account firing off misguided messages of hate, you are helping ISIL — They have told us that.
“I am pretty sure that right now none of us wants to help these b*stards.”
Aly’s speech was welcomed on social media with many applauding the TV presenter for his measured remarks.
Aly’s comments came after his wife, Susan Carland appeared on Studio 10 to speak about the misconception that the Muslim community supports the Islamic State in the wake of the Paris attacks.
The Muslim sociologist and academic, who converted to Islam at the age of 19, shut down the misguided belief that the 480,000 Australians of the Muslim faith were in any way a “friend” of IS.
“ISIS are no friend to Muslim, by any stretch of the imagination, and so it’s really important that we never fall into the trap of thinking this is about Muslims against other people or anything like this,” Ms Carland said.
This is about a very, very problematic group that is trying to set themselves up against the rest of the world, and to say that all Muslims are with them, nothing could be further from the truth.
“Society tearing itself apart is actually one of the intended outcomes of terrorist attacks done by ISIS; this is what they want. ISIS have openly spoken about wanting to eliminate the grey area; they want a world that is black and white, that is us and them, that is good and evil as far as they define it,” she said.
“A flourishing, pluralistic society is the last thing ISIS want to see and so, in times like this, we all have to make the choice about whether we retreat into fear and anger and blaming or whether we actively choose to come together and say we will not allow this to pull us apart because that is part of the goal. It is a political tactic that is part of their approach and we can never let those be the people who define us as individuals or as a community.”
Waleed Aly: a changed man or master of Taqiyya?
“The Project’s Waleed Aly praised for unity message in the wake of Paris attacks” the Fairfax headline reads.
Uncharacteristically, hear-throb of adolescents actually uttered the word “Muslim” several times in his plea for unity in which he said, “I am angry at these terrorists.”
The Project’s Waleed Aly has launched an impassioned plea for unity following the Paris terror attacks, saying that divisive actions of hate will serve only to help Islamic State. In comments which drew widespread praise across social media, Aly said on Monday night’s The Project that IS’ aim was to split the world into “two camps … A global war between Muslims and everyone else”. Waleed Aly urged Australians not to fall for ISIL’s strategy of divide and conquer.
Source: Fairfax 17/11/15
The Project’s Waleed Aly praised for unity message in the wake of Paris attacks
“We are all feeling a million raging emotions right now. I am angry at these terrorists. I am sickened by the violence and I am crushed for the families that have been left behind, but, you know what, I won’t be manipulated. We all need to come together.
“I know how that sounds. I know it’s a cliche but it’s also true because it’s exactly what ISIL doesn’t want. So if you’re a member of Parliament or a has-been member of Parliament preaching hate at a time when what we actually need is more love, you are helping ISIL. They have told us that.
“If you are just someone with a Facebook or Twitter account firing off misguided missives of hate, you are helping ISIL. They have told us that.
“I am pretty sure that right now none of us wants to help these bastards.”
Recent attacks and threats against Muslims would serve to only aid IS’s aims, he said.
“They want societies like France and here in Australia to turn on each other.
“They want countries like ours to reject their Muslims and vilify them.”
Calling the organisation “weak”, he said, “What we don’t know yet is if the attack was planned, ordered or funded by ISIL’s leaders in Syria because the problem is, this is what ISIL do. They take credit for any act of terrorism on Western soil so they appear bigger and tougher than they actually are.”
He went on to say: “ISIL leaders would be ecstatic to hear that Muslims have been reportedly threatened and attacked in England, America and here in Australia because this evil organisation has it in their heads that if they can make Muslims the enemy of the West, then Muslims in France and England and America and here in Australia will have nowhere to turn but to ISIL.
“That was exactly their strategy in Iraq. And now they want it to go global.
“Saying that out loud, it is both dumbfounding in its stupidity and blood-curdling in its barbarity.”
Waleed and the True Muslim Minority
Waleed Aly. Moderate Islam’s poster child. He’s intelligent, he’s cool (he plays guitar in a band don’t you know?), he can even be funny, if not in that showy, arrogant sort of way. He’s the perfect face for Islam in Australia. After all he doesn’t, as far as we know, hold some of the uglier beliefs of Islam. He’s never tossed a gay off a roof, he hasn’t beheaded a non-believer and he isn’t married to a 9-year-old girl. It’s only a tiny percentage of Muslims who would do that, right? And Christians are just as bad really; how dare they politely refuse to bake a gay wedding cake! They’re the real problem! No, Waleed Aly is an outstanding citizen, an example for all of us, Muslim and kafir alike. All he wants is for everyone to get along and forgive each other! What’s wrong with that!? Bigots!!
When I heard that Charlie Pickering was leaving Channel Ten’s The Project back in 2014, I never dreamed he could possibly be replaced with someone equally as pretentious and annoying. Since his arrival on the show, Aly has been showing Australians just how cool and progressive a Muslim can be. He’s all for gay marriage, he’s really concerned about climate change and he’s making a stand against all those racist bigots! He has also become the mouthpiece for Islam in Australia, expressing the concerns of the Muslim community and commenting on Islamic issues. So naturally, when Islamic terrorism strikes the West, Australians look to Aly for some answers.
His message in such times of terror is typical lefty tripe, usually along the lines of “Why can’t we just love each other?” or “Maybe if we all hold hands and close our eyes we can wish the jihadis away!” Thanks Waleed, any magic beans you want to sell us too? But what irks me more is when he twists and contorts these horrific events into an opportunity to lecture the Australian people about Islamophobia.
After the Islamic terror attack in Nice, based Sonia Kruger on the Today Show expressed the widely held and perfectly reasonable opinion that we must put an end to Muslim migration until the problem of radical Islam is solved.
She used facts, citing Andrew Bolt’s article that speculated that there’s a correlation between the percentage of Muslims in a country and the likelihood of terrorist attacks, and she did so in a calm and respectful way. Still, Aly described her remarks as ‘destructive’. But there is no reasonable way to share that opinion with the regressive left. You either accept their narrative that all Muslims are wonderful people and have nothing to do with terrorism, or you’ll be greeted with a frenzy of mindless hate as Sonia was.
Of course, I was completely unsurprised when Aly began to spin the story of the Nice attack and Sonia Kruger into a conversation about Islamophobia. It’s what he and other Muslim leaders usually do after a major Islamic terrorist attack in the West.
The way he slides around the atrocities committed in the name of his religion in order to play the victim is so slimy.
“If you could all just ignore the growing pile of corpses over there. Ignore the dead children, the mothers and fathers, the Jews, the Christians, the atheists. Look over there. No, beyond the mound of butchered gays. Yes there! There’s the real problem. That poor Muslim feels unsafe! In 2016!”
And as always we are reminded after each attack that this is just a tiny Muslim minority. “It’s only 0.000001% of Muslims that are extremists. The rest are exactly like that Muslim guy on The Project. Islam is a religion of peace! Christians are bad for some reason!”
We instinctively know what statistics confirm, that the tiny Muslim minority of extremists is a myth. At the very least there is a large minority and the rest are complicit. We’ve seen the result of mass migration of the supposed peaceful majority of Muslims. Look at France, Germany and the UK. All were once beacons of Western Civilisation, but now they’ve been brought to their knees. We can’t let this happen to Australia, we can’t let people like Aly overtake the truth with the left’s narrative.
The truth is, there is a tiny Muslim minority. It’s a minority of well educated, middle class, westernised Muslims. The type of Muslims that don’t take their faith too seriously and haven’t really studied the Koran. More cultural Muslims, in the same way some people are cultural Catholics. It’s this minority that the left like to trot up onto our TV screens in order to prop up their false narrative.
I wish that Aly was a true representation for the Muslim majority; I wish I could pretend, like the left, that there is no connection between terrorism and Islam. But the bodies keep piling up, and even with your head in the sand, eventually you’ll begin to taste blood.