Disgraceful: Aussie shysters go straight into preemptive dhimmitude after Justice Desmond Fagan criticises Quran

Lawyers back Muslim community after controversial comments from bench

The peak body for the legal profession in Australia has called for better “communication and understanding of the Islamic faith” by lawyers and judges, days after a NSW Supreme Court judge courted controversy by urging Muslims to publicly disavow violence in the Koran.

“Better understanding of the Islamic faith?” That’s exactly what Mohammedans don’t want. 

Justice Desmond Fagan, who has presided over a number of terrorism-related cases, said last week the “unqualified acceptance” of the Koran by Australian Muslims “without explicit repudiation of verses which ordain intolerance, violence and domination … will embolden terrorists to think they are in common cause with all believers”.

The terrorists know they have the scriptures on their side.

Members of the legal profession and Muslim community arrive at the 2019 Opening of Law Term Service at Auburn Gallipoli Mosque.
Members of the legal profession and Muslim community arrive at the 2019 Opening of Law Term Service at Auburn Gallipoli Mosque

“If Australian followers of the religion, including those who profess deep knowledge, were to make a clear public disavowal of these verses, as not authoritative instructions from Allah, then the terrorists’ moral conviction might be weakened,” he said.Justice Fagan was sentencing Sameh Bayda and Alo-Bridget Namoa, a young couple, both 21, found guilty in October last year of conspiring to do an act in preparation for a terrorist act between December 8, 2015 and January 25, 2016.

On Thursday evening, high-profile members of the legal profession and the judiciary, including NSW Supreme Court and Federal Court judges, attended an Islamic Service to mark the opening of the 2019 Law Term at the Auburn Gallipoli Mosque in Sydney.

The president of the Law Council of Australia, Arthur Moses, SC, said the Islamic Service was “a significant occasion for both the legal profession and the community” and it was “important that there is communication and understanding of the Islamic faith in Australia’s legal profession and the judicial process”.

Members of the legal profession and Muslim community arrive at Auburn Gallipoli Mosque.
Members of the legal profession and Muslim community arrive at Auburn Gallipoli Mosque.

“Without referring to or passing comment on any recent case, I make the observation that we must ensure that the criminal actions of a few are not used to unfairly judge, discriminate against or condemn a whole community and religion and that those who break our laws are the ones that pay the price and bear the punishment – not others wrongly implicated by association. Ultimately, we are one community,” he said.

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What a disgraceful, cringeworthy statement to placate the belligerent Mohammedans! Arthur Moses should hang his head in shame. None of his colleagues should ever give him the light of day again.

Mr Moses welcomed the appointment on Wednesday of Sydney barrister Bilal Rauf as spokesperson for the Australian National Imams Council (ANIC). He said Mr Rauf’s “commitment to the administration of justice and to providing opportunities for engagement with the Australian Muslim Community is to be commended”.

Bilal Rauf is as dodgy is they come.

In a statement last week, ANIC said it was “disappointed and deeply concerned about the comments which were recently made by Justice Desmond Fagan directed at Australian Muslims and Islam generally”.

The truth will out. 

Muslims categorically reject extremist interpretations of the Koran

My BS meter just exploded.

It said Justice Fagan “did not have any regard to the mainstream and orthodox religious positions” relating to the verses relating to the verses of the Koran in question, “and instead implicated the community and faith at large, by association”.

“Muslims categorically reject extremist interpretations of the Koran and the misuse of Islam by extremists. Indeed extremists have caused immense suffering to Muslim communities around the world. Australian Muslim leaders, scholars and community members have repeatedly rejected extremist interpretations of the Koran,” the statement said.

Bah humbug!

The council warned that the judge’s comments would “undermine the positive efforts of community leaders and members to deal with radicalisation” and “will also likely embolden those who pursue divisive and hate-filled dialogue and agendas”.

Don’t you dare to resist the Islamic expansion program, infidel!

“Ultimately, we are one community and we need to work together to overcome the issues which confront our Australian society,” the council said.

Michaela Whitbourn
By Michaela Whitbourn

Update:

Australia: Top lawyers, judges and provincial Supreme Court justices go to mosque to show solidarity with Muslims

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They wanted to do this because of the outrageous “Islamophobia” of Justice Desmond Fagan in his call for Muslims to reject the violent exhortations of the Qur’an. Have any of these judges actually read the Qur’an? Do any of them have any idea whether or not Fagan’s assertions were correct? Almost certainly not.

Note also the photo accompanying the article, showing one of the visitors getting wanded at the mosque. Did mosque officials think these dignitaries were a terror threat? Or did they want to humiliate them in order to claim that security measures at airports etc. were humiliating to Muslims and should be discarded?

“Lawyers back Muslim community after controversial comments from bench,” by Michaela Whitbourn, Sydney Morning Herald, February 8, 2019 (thanks to Sidney):

The peak body for the legal profession in Australia has called for better “communication and understanding of the Islamic faith” by lawyers and judges, days after a NSW Supreme Court judge courted controversy by urging Muslims to publicly disavow violence in the Koran.

Justice Desmond Fagan, who has presided over a number of terrorism-related cases, said last week the “unqualified acceptance” of the Koran by Australian Muslims “without explicit repudiation of verses which ordain intolerance, violence and domination … will embolden terrorists to think they are in common cause with all believers”.

“If Australian followers of the religion, including those who profess deep knowledge, were to make a clear public disavowal of these verses, as not authoritative instructions from Allah, then the terrorists’ moral conviction might be weakened,” he said.

Justice Fagan was sentencing Sameh Bayda and Alo-Bridget Namoa, a young couple, both 21, found guilty in October last year of conspiring to do an act in preparation for a terrorist act between December 8, 2015 and January 25, 2016.

On Thursday evening, high-profile members of the legal profession and the judiciary, including NSW Supreme Court and Federal Court judges, attended an Islamic Service to mark the opening of the 2019 Law Term at the Auburn Gallipoli Mosque in Sydney.

The president of the Law Council of Australia, Arthur Moses, SC, said the Islamic Service was “a significant occasion for both the legal profession and the community” and it was “important that there is communication and understanding of the Islamic faith in Australia’s legal profession and the judicial process”.

“Without referring to or passing comment on any recent case, I make the observation that we must ensure that the criminal actions of a few are not used to unfairly judge, discriminate against or condemn a whole community and religion and that those who break our laws are the ones that pay the price and bear the punishment – not others wrongly implicated by association. Ultimately, we are one community,” he said….

In a statement last week, ANIC said it was “disappointed and deeply concerned about the comments which were recently made by Justice Desmond Fagan directed at Australian Muslims and Islam generally”.

It said Justice Fagan “did not have any regard to the mainstream and orthodox religious positions” relating to the verses relating to the verses of the Koran in question, “and instead implicated the community and faith at large, by association”.

“Muslims categorically reject extremist interpretations of the Koran and the misuse of Islam by extremists. Indeed extremists have caused immense suffering to Muslim communities around the world. Australian Muslim leaders, scholars and community members have repeatedly rejected extremist interpretations of the Koran,” the statement said….

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  1. The president of the Law Council of Australia, Arthur Moses (a has to be “incarcerated” Traitor), SC, said the Islamic Service was “a significant occasion for both the legal profession and the community” and it was “important that there is communication and understanding of the Islamic faith in Australia’s legal profession and the judicial process” … [sic]
    (You Arthur Moses and your associates are sick in the mind/soul – worse than any islam could EVER be) !!!

    so Arthur Moses
    … You obviously understand islam !!
    … You condone the criminal actions of ALL islams !!

    … What is the legal term for YOUR criminal actions !!
    … You are a Traitor to Australia and ALL non-islams !!!
    … Your Treasonous guilt is on public record and has to be acted upon !!!

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