Keysar Trad & the most misunderstood religion the world has ever known

KeysarTrad: Islamic State is Not Islam & Islamic Terror as per Quran is Not Islamic

Islam, the most misunderstood religion in the world.

Old fashioned Taqiyya clownery from Keysar Trad, former spokesturd for Catmeat sheik al Hilali:

IT’S NOT ISLAM? TERRORIST DISAGREES

Terrorism isn’t Islamic? One of the men convicted of plotting mass slaughter in Melbourne’s Federation Square disagrees:

It was the death of an uncle when he was 19 that set Abbas on his radical path.

“After he passed away … I began to re-evaluate my belief in God and I began to believe in God again, and then thereafter I became religious and started to seek knowledge, familiarise myself with the faith,” he said.

Allah is not GOD and Muhammad is not a prophet.

“I listened to scholars that would talk about the life of the prophet. I’d read books, attend lectures, go to the mosque, have discussions with people about the Islamic religion,” he said.

“I began to watch YouTube videos that explain Islamic teachings.”

Many of the videos he watched and collected were Islamic State or Al-Qaeda publications that would show beheadings, bomb-making guides and various lectures…

His cousin Nabil introduced him to the teaching of Anwar Al-Awlaki, a scholar he followed closely.

Nabil would go on to be killed fighting for Islamic State overseas…

As a true supporter of IS Abbas wanted to see the introduction of Sharia Law to Australia, and believed he was obliged to carry out jihad.

“If Sharia was applied in Australia … all the people would fall under a contract. They would have to sign a contract to live with, among Muslims in peace,” he told police.

“Whoever does not sign that contract either leaves the country or is executed. He’s given the chance to leave the country. If he doesn’t want to leave he gets executed.”

He became obsessed with killing innocent people and government officials and damaging public infrastructure…

As his radicalisation took hold Abbas started spending much of his time at the Hume Islamic Youth Centre mosque complex in Coolaroo…

Going there was about being with people who thought the same way and meeting people from all different walks of life to celebrate their faith, he later recalled…

“I believe Islam is a peaceful religion…”

It was here the confessed introvert and loner worked to try and convince his only friends, brother Hamza, cousin Abudullah and friend Mohamed, to plan an act of terror with him.

He believed in the cause of IS and felt the deaths of any of its followers were the result of a war by the Western World, including Australia.

“I believed it was obligatory upon me to eventually commit an act of terror.”

Doing so would make him a martyr and grant him the status of shaheed.

“Your sins are forgiven, that’s the main thing, and you’re granted paradise immediately,” he explained of a shaheed.

Authorities concerned about images?

Why  would they be concerned about images? Why don’t they do something about the Islamic threat instead?

Invited imam desecrates Church of England with Islamic jihad howling

Original header was:

“Imam recites the Muslim call to prayer during a Church of England cathedral’s Armistice concert without permission”

“Allahu akbar” is not a call to prayer. Its the Islamic war cry.

  • Imam performed call to worship in front of 400 people at Blackburn Cathedral 
  • Was part of anti-war concert last Saturday – the night before Remembrance Day
  • He said ‘Allah is the greatest, I bear witness that there is no other God but Allah’
  • Dean Peter Howell-Jones said he ‘partially agrees’ with calls for his resignation

An imam was filmed reciting the Muslim call to prayer in a Church of England cathedral the night before Remembrance Day.

He performed the call to worship in front of an audience of around 400 people in Blackburn Cathedral last Saturday.

In Arabic, the imam made the declaration: ‘Allah is the greatest; I bear witness that there is no other God but Allah; I bear witness that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.’

It was part of a concert to commemorate the armistice and was carried out without the church’s permission.

The imam is seen reciting the Muslim call to prayer in front of around 400 churchgoers in Blackburn Cathedral

The imam is seen reciting the Muslim call to prayer in front of around 400 churchgoers in Blackburn Cathedral

It was part of an organised concert to commemorate Remembrance Day
But his call to worship was carried out without the church's permission

It was part of an organised concert to commemorate Remembrance Day – but his call to worship was carried out without the church’s permission

Peter Howell-Jones, the dean of Blackburn Cathedral, has said he ‘partially agrees’ with calls for his resignation.

He told The Sunday Times: ‘I don’t think this should have happened here. If people are going to call for my resignation there’s nothing more I can say or do to people to pacify them because actually I agree with their arguments.’

The call to prayer was part of Welsh composer Karl Jenkins’ The Armed Man – an anti-war Mass – organised by Blackburn Music Society.

The second movement, which is sometimes omitted, is a traditional Muslim adhan recited in Arabic.

Peter Howell-Jones, the dean of Blackburn Cathedral, has said he 'partially agrees' with calls for his resignation

The dean only realised that the Muslim call to prayer was in the piece shortly before it began and didn’t want to cause upset by removing it, the newspaper reports.

The controversial call to worship was carried out at Blackburn Cathedral (pictured) last Saturday 

The controversial call to worship was carried out at Blackburn Cathedral (pictured) last Saturday

Mr Howell-Jones said he never looked into the contents of the Mass because the Blackburn Music Society regularly held events at the church and no controversy had ever come of them.

It’s thought the music society asked the imam, rather than a musician, for the part on the advice of the Blackburn with Darwen Interfaith Forum.

On its website, it described itself as an organisation that ‘builds stronger links between different faith communities and promotes community cohesion and social inclusion within Blackburn with Darwen’.

Gavin Ashenden, a former chaplain to the Queen, criticised the church for trying to move from ‘being a religious organistion to a cultural one’.

Dean Howell-Jones stressed that Blackburn Cathedral was not only a place for Christian people, but for all faiths.   

The ignorance of these kumbaya jerks beggars belief. The imam saw an opportunity to conquer and he used the foolishness of these dumb Christians to claim the territory for Islam.

 

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  1. “On its website, it described itself as an organisation that ‘builds stronger links between different faith communities and promotes community cohesion and social inclusion within Blackburn with Darwen’.”
    ……….
    “Dean Howell-Jones stressed that Blackburn Cathedral was not only a place for Christian people, but for all faiths. ”

    All faiths? Really? So where were the Buddhists and Hindu priests?

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