AGE gibberish: “a minuscule minority who abuse the name of their religion”

“Islamic terror must not divide us”– as the assassins of Muhammad continue to strike terror into the hearts of disbelievers

The AGE

Terror must not divide us

The AGE, always-wrong-on-everything, lectures us on who’s to blame:

Anyone who thinks the wider Muslim community is to blame for terror in Australia would do well to read the statement from the Somali Community of Victoria yesterday. ‘‘Terrorism is a disease and scourge on society, we must do everything we can to ensure it is eradicated,’’ the statement says.

Terrorism is a  basic building block of Islam. The Somali “community” feels terrorised by irritated kafirs like PM Scott Morrison who are pointing the finger at them. That’s why this silly statement. If the Mohammedans had the upper hand, they would laugh in our face & murder us in the streets.

The terrorist who brutally killed a beloved cafe owner in the heart of Melbourne will have won a victory in death if his actions turn Australians against each other.

The circumstances that led Hassan Khalif Shire Ali to drive a car loaded with gas canisters into Bourke Street and then stab passers-by are being investigated, but it is already clear that he could have killed many more people than the tragically unlucky Sisto Malaspina, co-owner of Pellegrini’s cafe.

Flowers left outside Pellegrini's in Bourke Street in memory of attack victim Sisto Malaspina.
Flowers left outside Pellegrini’s in Bourke Street in memory of attack victim Sisto Malaspina.

Police bravery and Australia’s tough gun laws should take some of the credit for the death toll not being higher.

Anyone who saw the phone videos of police trying to disarm the terrorist after he set his vehicle alight will be in awe of their professionalism in seeking to resolve the situation and using weapons as a last resort, although the shoot-to-kill policy is one that will be debated on the grounds of the lost potential to gain information about the perpetrator’s motives and network.

Importantly, Australians have been given another demonstration of the value of our gun laws, which kept the weapons seen in mass shootings in the US out of Somali-born Shire Ali’s hands. Those laws must not be relaxed.

Pure madness from anti-gun freaks.

As with Sydney’s Lindt cafe siege and other terrorist incidents carried out or planned by people of Muslim background, politicians have reacted to the latest crime by making comments about the role of Islam.

It is not certain yet what role religion played in the attack on Friday. Some politicians were quick to blame Islam for the Lindt cafe siege, but the NSW State Coroner’s report last year found that even with the benefit of expert evidence it was unclear whether Man Haron Monis was motivated by calls from the terrorist group Islamic State to carry out his attack or whether he just used it to gain publicity.

The fact that the assailant on Friday had his passport cancelled in 2015 for planning to join Islamic State in Syria makes it highly likely, however, that he was motivated by what Prime Minister Scott Morrison described as ‘‘radical, violent extremist Islam’’.

There is a debate about whether this is rightly called Islam or whether it is a perversion of it. The overwhelming majority of Muslims abhor the violence preached by a minuscule minority who abuse the name of their religion.

If AGE tards wouldn’t be suffering from an inbred learning disability they wouldn’t write garbage like that. There is no “overwhelming majority of Muslims that abhors the violence” just as there is no “minuscule minority who abuse”. All of them practice Islam 101 and AGE scribblers are too dumb to understand that.

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Mr Morrison has rightly praised the proactive role played by Islamic and community groups in discouraging these attacks.

Anyone who thinks the wider Muslim community is to blame for terror in Australia would do well to read the statement from the Somali Community of Victoria yesterday. ‘‘Terrorism is a disease and scourge on society, we must do everything we can to ensure it is eradicated,’’ the statement says.

Unfortunately, this incident shows that despite the almost total defeat of Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, the threat of terrorism is still present on our shores.

Australia, however, has shown over the past decade that together we can fight terrorism without tearing our country apart or sacrificing our values of tolerance and pluralism.