Top debate spot for Muslim hardliner
Don’t know whatÂ AMP comes into this, but “our” ABC and al BeBeeCeera have long been in the tank for the Islamic expansion project.
EAN HIGGINS /From: The AustralianÂ (thanks to Mullah pbuh)
A RESPECTED ethics centre will next week provide a coveted speaking platform to the spokesman for Islamic group Hizb ut-Tahrir, who has called Australian Diggers in Afghanistan “fair game” whom Muslims had an obligation to attack. The event will be sponsored by AMP, and recorded by the ABC. It will also be broadcast by the BBC.
The event will be sponsored by AMP, and recorded by the ABC. It will also be broadcast by the BBC.
Yet another wankfest organised by a bunch of useful idiots.
Uthman Badar, who will take part in the IQ Squared debate put on by the St James Ethics Centre in Sydney, has also called on Muslim Australians to boycott Anzac Day because it celebrates British colonialist attempts to seize Muslim land from the Ottoman Empire.
(Muslim grievances and demands are limitless, Uthman will rattle them off like the pro he is…..)
Mr Badar is the highly vocal media spokesman in Australia for Hizb ut-Tahrir, which rejects Western democratic values and calls for an Islamic caliphate to rule Muslims around the world. The organisation is banned in some countries.
Hizb ut-Tahrir should be banned in Australia and all its members arrested.Â Â Australia should revoke their Â citizenship and ship them back to islamistan. But our politprops haven’t got the cojones….
The topic of Thursday’s debate is “God and His Prophets should be Protected from Insult”, and the ethics centre invited Mr Badar to be one of the speakers presenting the case in favour.
The Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim had to pull out as his debating partner at the last minute, and the organisers are looking for a stand-in.
Speaking against the proposition will be author Tom Keneally and the founder of Youth Without Borders, Yassmin Abdel-Magied.
Tom Keneally knows nothing about Islam, so he is totally out of his debt.Â Yassmin Abdel-Magied is an affirmative action hijabee who will do her da’awa, as she must…..
Asked in 2011 if he condoned the killing of Australian troops in Afghanistan, Mr Badar replied: “If you are occupying someone else’s land then those victimised people have the right to resist.”
In that case we should reclaim all lands occupied by Muslims and resist any further Islamic expansion projects.
Mr Badar said yesterday he did not plan to stray much from the topic, although he might use sensitivity about Anzac Day as an example of how there were “red lines” in all societies about what was reasonable to say about religious or national icons.
NSW Jewish Board of Deputies chief executive Vic Alhadeff said the selection of Mr Badar was “a blight both on the organisers and on the event itself”.
The ethics centre’s director, Simon Longstaff, said the whole approach of IQ Squared was to grapple with controversial issues through a disciplined, respectful approach. As chairman of the debate, he would not tolerate expressions of hatred or racism.
Which means criticism or the truth about Islam is not tolerated.
“Two sets of ideas run up against each other: whether you should have a broadly unfettered freedom of expression, or you say no, religion ought to have a special kind of respect,” he said.
No. Freedom of speech is non negotiable, you dolt.
The IQ Squared debates are normally broadcast on the ABC’s Big Ideas program, but the show’s executive producer, Peter McEvoy, said this was on a case-by-case basis.
“The ABC captures a wide range of public lectures and debates for Big Ideas,” and broadcasts them “where they meet our editorial standards”.
AMP spokeswoman Jane Anderson said the debates “encourage vigorous discussion” and “can from time-to-time be controversial”.
Muselmaniacs can say anything, but when you criticise Islam you’re out. You don’t Â “meet the ABC’s editorial standards…”
No, they are just useful idiots promoting the ideology of those who would cut their throats laughing Â and screaming allah akbar…
This might surprise you:
God And His Prophets Should Be Protected from Insult
To this day, the laws of most Australian states and territories continue to prohibit blasphemy. For example, in NSW a person may still be prosecuted for the common law offence of blasphemy if their purpose is to engage in “scoffing or reviling”. Put simply, citizens may not mock or insult God or the Prophets. Of course, the possibility of a ‘rap on the knuckles’ from a magistrate may be the least of one’s problems. As Salman Rushdie discovered, perceived religious insults can result in a death sentence – and years of being locked away, protected from Allah’s assassins. So, should God and the Prophets enjoy such protection from insult? Or is it time to expand the scope of protected free speech so that one may mock or insult God and the Prophets without fear of reprisal?
This debate is being filmed by the BBC and broadcast to an estimated 70 million Â (Source)