KRudd the progressive. KRudd the visionary. KRudd the man who turns everything to… krudd. And because he (thinks he is) Â is the greatest, the man wants his old job back!
There may be a few little problems, though:
Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd has been branded aÂ psychopathÂ Â with a giant ego.Â Steve Gibbons, the MP for Bendigo, wrote on Twitter today that only a psychopath with a giant ego would try to take back the leadership after being so comprehensively rejected by caucus.
“Transition and Change” through Sharia.
ThisÂ videoÂ from Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch tells you all you need to know about the OIC:
The Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC), which represents 56 openly Islamist nations that refuse to sign the U.N. Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the grounds that it restricts Sharia law, has been instrumental in trying to keep criticism of the “religion of peace” as quiet as possible.
This week they Â send representativesÂ to Australia to discuss “Transition and Change: The OIC and the Islamic World.” Supposedly, the talk is meant to remedy lingering “Islamophobia” in Australia by having the OIC’s representative,Â Professor Ekmelledin Ihsanoglu, lecture Australians from podiums at the Australian National Press Club, and Brisbane University.
The Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu inaugurated the first Islamic Museum in Australia at a special ceremony in Melbourne on 17 February 2012.
OIC chief inaugurates the first Islamic Museum in Australia
Gravediggers in suits:
(AhlulÂ BaytÂ NewsÂ Agency) – The Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu inaugurated the first Islamic Museum in Australia at a special ceremony in Melbourne on 17 February 2012.
The ceremony was held at the site where the Islamic Museum of Australia (IMA) will be built.
It was attended by a large number of community members and government representatives including the Premiere of Victoria State, the Minister for Regional Australia, Regional Development and Local Government, and the Special Envoy to the OIC Ahmed Fahour who is the co-founder of the Museum.
The Museum will focus on Muslims’ history and contributions in Australia as well as Islamic history and civilization in general. It is seen as a space to reflect and learn and assist in the cohesiveness of the multicultural community the State of Victoria, particularly the city of Melbourne, is known for.
In his address as the guest of honor, the Secretary General said that Islamic civilization has contributed to other civilizations, its art and culture is rich and diverse and it is founded on the principles of tolerance and peace. He added that the Museum will enhance Australian’s understanding of Islam and help build bridges of communication. The Secretary General said that the OIC supports this important initiative and will provide financial and cultural support through its organs at a later stage.
The Museum is expected to open in two years.