Grievance mongering and finger pointing goes hand in hand for these Islamopropagandists. They are the mothers of chutzpah. Chutzpah is when you murder your mother and father and claim leniency because you’re an orphan…. Muslims murder our people and not only claim victimhood, they spit in our face. How much longer will we let them get away with it?
‘There is an onslaught against Islam and Muslims’: Australian Muslims conference speaker lashes out at politicians’ treatment of Grand Mufti in aftermath of Paris terror attacks
- Shaykh Mohamad Abdalla has lashed out at ‘onslaught’ against Muslims
- Islamic leader said politicians say ‘outrageous things’ about Muslims
- Conference speakers also criticised treatment of Australian Grand Mufti
- Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohamed faced backlash over speech after Paris attacks
An Islamic leader has lashed out at the ‘onslaught’ against Muslims and treatment of the Grand Mufti in the aftermath of the Paris terror attacks.
Shaykh Mohamad Abdalla told the annual Sydney Muslim Conference that some Australian politicians said ‘outrageous things’ about Islam and used the situation for ‘political opportunity’.
The Grand Mufti, Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohamed, faced a backlash after saying he should not need to continually condemn Islamic State following the massacre which left 131 people dead.
Liberal frontbencher Josh Frydenberg described the spiritual leader’s initial statement as a ‘graphic failure’, which he then sought to cover up.
Dr Abdalla, an associate professor at Griffith University, said Australian Muslims must be more wily in dealing with politicians.
‘We have some politicians who come out and say the most outrageous things about Islam and Muslims,’ he said.
‘There are many politicians, unfortunately, who use the situation for political opportunity.
‘And if you do not know how to play the game, you will continue to be the ball that will be kicked around.’
He also argued that the Muslim community must address the piecemeal approach to speaking publicly if it was to counteract Islamophobia.