‘It’s a beautiful day for migrating’: Yassmin Abdel-Magied leaves Australia for the UK – after branding herself the country’s ‘most hated Muslim’ for her Anzac Day post
- The controversial activist posted a picture to Twitter while at Melbourne airport
- She caused a stir earlier this year for posting ‘un-Australian’ Anzac Day message
- The 26-year-old said she will ‘miss Australia’ despite the drama and death threats
British-Muslim commentator The execrable Mehdi Hasan slams Yassmin Abdel-Magied bullies
The engineer, author and TV presenter – who caused uproar with a post about Anzac Day earlier this year – shared the image on Twitter, saying: ‘It’s a beautiful day for migrating. Catch ya, Australia! Khair, inshallah.’
Ms Abdel-Magied’s picture, which showed her holding a black suitcase as she smiled and waved towards the camera, was ‘liked’ more than 500 times.
Despite removing the post and issuing an apology, it sparked an escalating series of events that Ms Abdel-Magied said left her feeling isolated
Maggot never apologized. She issued a half-assed, pathetic excuse.
A woman by the name of Daisy replied to the tweet with: ‘Yay! You are sooo welcome in the UK, and don’t listen to any ignorant knob heads telling you otherwise!’
Miss Abdel-Magied replied: ‘Thanks gurl!’
The young activist, 26, also posted a black and white portrait to Instagram signalling her departure from the country she calls home.
‘So I’m sitting at the airport, looking ahead to an unknown new adventure… peering through the opaque curtain that cloaks the future, squinting.
‘It’s almost as if I cannot bear to think about it because the possibilities are impossible to imagine. Subhanallah. All I can have is faith, inshallah…to believe in Allah’s plan, to know this is written, to trust that it all is as it should be.
The furore was sparked when she took to Facebook to post the message ‘LEST. WE. FORGET. (Manus, Nauru, Syria, Palestine…)’
‘Australia! I’m going to miss you all… for all the drama, Australians have been good to me – you are why I am who I am today. But what’s that quote about if you love something, let it go…?’
Ms Abdel-Magied caused a stir on Anzac Day when she took to Facebook to post the message ‘LEST. WE. FORGET. (Manus, Nauru, Syria, Palestine…)’
Despite removing the post and issuing an apology, it sparked an escalating series of events that Ms Abdel-Magied said left her feeling isolated.
The 2015 Young Queenslander of the Year revealed in a speech at the Sydney Writers Festival that she had also received harsh criticism over the post from a number of politicians
If she wasn’t black and a Mohammedan she would have never become Queenslander of the Year, which is a Moonbat prize for useless Mohammedans.
The 2015 Young Queenslander of the Year revealed in a speech at the Sydney Writers Festival that she had also received harsh criticism over the post from a number of politicians.
Maggot doesn’t love Australia. She is not in Australia to become Australian. She, like all Mohammedans, came to Oz to make us Islamic. That doesn’t make her patriotic.
‘I posted an apology very quickly afterwards, but one of our senior cabinet members said “Well Yassmin is un-Australian for saying this”,’ she said.
She also later said she had been labelled Australia’s ‘most publicly hated Muslim’ and said she felt ‘betrayed by my country’ following the reaction, which included vile death threats.
Typical Mohammedan projection. She hates the infidel Aussies whom she betrayed. Now she accuses them of doing it to her.
‘I posted an apology very quickly afterwards, but one of our senior cabinet members said ‘Well Yassmin is un-Australian for saying this’,’ she said
Always the African monkey.
The mechanical engineer’s departure was announced in a press release from Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop two months ago however no reason was ever given for her swift move
How many times must we be told that she’s a “mechanical engineer?” Engineering doesn’t need her.
George Christensen, the Member for Dawson, was among those who hit out at Ms Abdel-Magied following her post, taking to Twitter to suggest she leave the country.
‘Yasmin should no longer on the public broadcaster’s tax-funded payroll. Self-deportation should also be considered,’ he wrote.
The mechanical engineer‘s departure was announced in a press release from Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop two months ago however no reason was ever given for her swift move.
In other news:
UNIVERSITY INVESTIGATES STUDENT FOR MOCKING ISLAMIC STATE
Mocking the murderous Islamic State may be a hate crime, according to Edinburgh University.
The Left are the useful idiots of the Islamists:
Edinburgh University is investigating a law student over claims that he mocked Islamic State on social media and put “minority students at risk and in a state of panic and fear”.
An official at the university who conducted a preliminary investigation allegedly accused the third-year law student of having committed a “hate crime” even though there has been no criminal investigation by the police.