Islamist Monitor presents:
And just when we thought that the government finally settled the score we learn that we may be facing more investigations into Habib’s “torture” claims.
RATEPAYERS could be stung up to $45,000 to install curtains at a public pool so Muslim women can have privacy during a female-only exercise classes. Â Read more
Dawah and Dhimmitude feast in Sydney
You gotta hand it to them, they are masters of Taqiyya self promotion which is instantly swallowed by the gullible idiots out there. Read more
Bassam Hamzy’s Yuman Rites violated
The accused mastermind of a prison drug syndicate has told a Sydney Court that the Department of Corrective Services is stopping him getting a fair trial.Â Read more
Jacqui De Lacy loves to spend your money for mosques & madrassas in Indonesia:
For Jacqui ditching AUSAID’S Indonesia would mean an instant loss of a highly paid job, travel allowances and all sorts of other perks.
Poor Jacqui.Â It is a good feeling being able to spend somebody else’s money and not being truly accountable, isn’t it? Read more
We could put that money to better use:
$290m for asylum-seeker management this year…..Â Read more
AusAID is nothing else but mafia style protection payout for funding Islamic education.
Ms Bishop, the opposition’s foreign affairs spokeswoman, has told colleagues she is devastated by Mr Abbott’s insistence that the Indonesian program be sacrificed as part of a $1.8 billion savings drive under the Coalition’s alternative plan to the Gillard government’s proposed flood levy.Â Read more
Greg Sheridan sees Muslim Brotherhood Â for what it is
The correspondents in Cairo, understandably caught up in the emotion of the revolt, as well as analysts in the West, desperately determined that the alternative to Mubarak is something nice, have simply closed their eyes to all the evidence about the Muslim Brotherhood.Â Read more
Australians unknowingly buy livestock slaughtered “in the name of Allah”
Opening up a new political faultline, former immigration minister Kevin Andrews lashed out at political leaders who failed to speak out on the rise of extreme Islam, claiming the silence contributes to the rise of One Nation-type movements.Â Read more