The pink brigades, civil libertarians and assorted nutroots team up with Muhammedan government funded agit-props to attack anti-terrorism laws, designed to protect Australians from Islamic terror:
What is not surprising is the struggling Nine network chose 60 Minutes reporter Tara Brown for its sympathetic cash-for-comment Haneef interview or that she found him “a shy man . . . gentle for a suspected terrorist”. It has an eerie echo in a phrase by John Hooper, in The Observer, who described Mohamed Atta – the terrorist who piloted American Airlines Flight 11 into the World Trade Centre – as “a shy, considerate man who endeared himself to Western acquaintances”.
Terror doctors Al Zawahiri, 9/11 hijackers, doctor Haneef, doctor Mengele
‘Soft spoken, shy and gentle..’
* Tara Brown would have melted for the irresistible charm of doctor MengeleÂ
Readers may remember Brown as the reporter who let Mamdouh Habib sail through another 60 Minutes interview without answering pertinent questions such as whether he visited Afghanistan when he supposedly looking for quality schools in Pakistan? Or how he managed to finance his trips while on an invalid pension?*
A WEEK before the undesirable Dr Mohamed Haneef bolted from Brisbane, the self-proclaimed great and the good gathered at Griffith University to demonstrate their willingness to be used as political pawns in his support.
They were welcomed by the ABC’s Sandy McCutcheon, Radio National Australia Talks Back host, and addressed by Haneef lawyer Peter Russo and barrister Stephen Keim before a torrent of the usual civil libertarians, lawyers, preachers and Democrats spoke.
A featured speaker was Dr Mohamad Abdalla, director of the Griffith Islamic Research Unit which receives funds as a participant in the Federal Government’s National Centre of Excellence for Islamic Studies – which operates under the proviso it “does not promote any organisations or teachings supportive of violence and terror”.
* Hmm, did any of these participants ever take a look at the Koran, sira and hadith?
The ABC has in the past found McCutcheon’s involvement in an anti-Iraq war symposium could have given rise to a perceived conflict of interest and “and reminded (him) of his responsibilities”.
Naturally, at the end, a nun read a prepared statement protesting Haneef’s innocence.
Immigration minister Andrews: “I genuinely believe this bloke has got real suspicions about him and his activities and his associations,” he said yesterday. “I’m going to protect Australia and Australians first. So far as I’m concerned, his visa is cancelled and that’s that.”
Under the Act, the Minister has that discretion and in this matter he has acted both legally and correctly.
It’s called leadership. It’s in short supply in the ALP and obviously an alien concept to Haneef’s supporters who gathered at Griffith University.
* Griffith University has just funded a Dr Abdalla, B Science (Hons), PhD (Islamic Science) Centre Director, to establish a Griffith Islamic Research Unit with 8 million dollars
* While Dr Abdalla specialises in the history of Islamic science, his research interest focuses on
Islam in Australia
history of Islamic civilisation
contextualisation of Islamic thought
Currently, he has ten PhD students working with him, including the former deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia Dato Sari Anwar Ibrahim.
Comment from the Akerman blog:
“Further, are you suggesting that the Griffith IRU (and the Law School to which it is attached) is somehow breaching its funding conditions?”
Given that Griffith IRU is founded on LAW derived from Judeo-Christian principles one would suggest that Griffith most certainly breaches its funding conditions. By engaging Muhammedan propagandists like Dr Abdalla to proselytize and to promote sharia, an alien and barbarian construct, to use public funding to further the perversion of free inquiry and the free discourse of thought, most certainly violates every principle our society and Griffith university was built on. Yes, it would certainly suggest that Griffith’s funding was breached.
Stop this nonsense before its too late!
Some interesting exchanges in the comments, too:
We have enemies, the Islamo-fascist infil-traitors and their useful idiots on the left, who are aiding and abetting the Islamization of Australia. They seem to believe that fanatical Muslim-hordes can be used to bring us some kind of socialist multiculti-diversity paradise, which they so grave, but they’re in for a rude awakening.
Here, Hugh Fitzgerald discusses the noted difficulties involved in integrating Muslim populations in Western countries:
Islam, is an alien creed. To be sure, plenty of Believers in exotic creeds alien or new to the West have managed to fit in perfectly well, and be friendly neighbors and loyal citizens, even if they came from Vietnam or India or China. Only one group, only one belief-system, distinguishes itself by appearing incapable of fitting in. And that is Muslims, and Islam…
But if one really knew what Islam contained, as not all Muslims born or raised in the West may quite realize, then how could any decent person remain a Muslim? Hard to explain the hold of this belief-system on so many who cannot, out of some kind of diseased loyalty, insist on standing up for it…
The solution is to stop all Muslim migration to the Lands of the Infidels, and wherever possible, to reverse it…
And along with it, in ways little and big, the country can be Islam-proofed the way a house is child-proofed…it should not be hard to find ways to limit the spread or practice of Islam. And if in addition to whatever local, state and federal government officials do, private parties simply conduct their own boycott of goods and services offered by Muslims, in the same way that they would have refused to buy, in 1938, a German Voigtlander camera..
Europe already needs to reverse the folly of the mass Muslim migration that has helped make life so unpleasant, expensive and physically insecure for Infidels everywhere in Europe, and will continue to do so unless Muslim migration is halted, and these countries made, not Muslim-friendly, but Muslim-hostile, so that demographic conquest can end and inroads be reversed. It may come to something like the Benes Decree in Czechoslovakia. Surely whatever threat the tolerant Benes-Masaryk government sensed from the Sudeten Germans in 1946, which prompted their large-scale expulsion, was as nothing compared to the threat that a large Muslim population would pose to non-Muslims.