Being devout Â Koranimals, they blame Australians Â for Â not submitting to the blood-cult of Islam. Resisting islam, in their queer and twisted perception of the world, is the most heinous crime. Rejecting the da’awa and the imposition of sharia law calls for Â collective punishment, which means we have it coming. *
Again, the question is why we’ve allowed in people who in sentiment and even clothing declare themselves not of this society:
HUNDREDS of Muslims attending a community meeting in western Sydney were warned yesterday that they should refuse to co-operate with Australian governments and their agencies, including ASIO and the federal police.
The annual conference of Hizb ut-Tahrir heard speakers say the federal government had a covert plan to marginalise and suppress activist and traditionalist Islam under the guise of engagement and fostering harmony with moderates in the community…
In an address entitled Forging an Independent Path for the Community, speaker Wassim Doureihi told the 600-strong audience gathered in a hall in Sydney’s western suburbs that many Muslims had been cowed by the federal government and its agencies into abandoning traditional and activist Islam. “Out of defeatism, they crawl to the doors of the government,” he said.
He added that those imams and other Muslim community leaders who co-operated with the government lent legitimacy to what Mr Doureihi claimed was Canberra’s campaign against Muslims at home and abroad. “They sit at the table with those who are waging war against Muslims,” he said.
Hizb ut-Tahrir is an “extremist” group, while the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is “moderate,” and yet their rhetoric is much the same. Wassim Doureihi says here that Australia is “at war with Islam. Hamas-linked CAIR’s then-Chairman Parvez AhmedÂ saidÂ in July 2007: “The new perception is that the United States has entered a war with Islam itself.” And Doureihi’s claim that the Australian government is engaged in “entrapment” schemes against Muslims has been echoed many times in the U.S. by spokesmen for Hamas-linked CAIR such as Zahra Billoo and others, who routinely claim that Muslims arrested in jihad terror plots have been entrapped.
Note also that the Daily Telegraph’s headline has the Hizb ut-Tahrir speaker saying that Australia is at war with “radical Islam,” when in reality Doureihi said that Australia, as well as the rest of the world, is at war with Islam itself. The Daily Telegraph apparently thought it necessary to give its readers the false impression that Doureihi was himself drawing the distinction between “extremist” and “moderate” Islam that he explicitly rejected in his remarks. The fact that “extremists” such as Doureihi ground their appeal to peaceful Muslims in the texts and teachings of Islam, and the possibility that there could be teachings of violence and supremacism in the core of Islam itself, the Qur’an and Sunnah, as interpreted by all the mainstream schools of Islamic jurisprudence, are apparently too terrible to contemplate for the Daily Telegraph, or too terrible for its readers to contemplate.
“Hizb ut-Tahrir Australia conference hears ‘this country at war’ with radical Islam,” by Matthew Benns for The Daily Telegraph, November 18:
A HARDLINE Islamic group has warned Muslims that the government was trying to “brainwash” their children and that they should resist any attempts to water down their strict view of Islam.”The government is playing a dirty, dirty game,” Wassim Doureihi told the 600-strong audience at the Hizb ut-Tahrir Australia conference in Lidcombe yesterday.
Hizb ut-Tahrir wants global sharia law. Yesterday in Sydney it launched a 124-page report on what it sees as Australian government attempts to divide the Muslim community into extremists and moderates.
“The fundamental objective of these policies is to change Islam, to secularise Islam, to produce a so-calledÂ ‘moderate Islam’: a state-sanctioned version of Islam that is secular, politically impotent and localised,” it said.
Mr Doureihi warned the audience that it wasÂ “a war on Islam – a war that is being waged in this country as it is in the rest of the world”.
Fellow speaker Soadad Doureihi warned: “This is truly a battle.”Â He said the Australian government had “arrogantly” assumed that because Muslim youth “went to their schools and watch their TV shows” they would adopt “their values”.
Because that did not happen, he said, authorities had instead moved to target young Muslims with sponsored leadership programs. “This is not a leadership course, it is a brainwashing course,” he said.
Outside, about 20 Australian Defence League members waved banners and chanted: “Australians are welcome, terrorists are not” watched by police .
League president Ralph Cerminara said: “This (Hizb ut-Tahrir) is a terrorist organisation and it needs to be banned from Australia.”
Inside people told how they had been approached by representatives of ASIO and the Australian Federal Police to inform on other members of their Muslim community.
“Know your rights,” Wassim Doureihi said. “When ASIO calls the simple message is that you open the door and slam it on their face.”
The organisers said the government was attempting to manipulate their community by providing funding via counter-terrorism and counter-extremism groups.
“Not only do you reject it, you spit on it because it is money that will be the source of your demise,” Mr Doureihi said.Â “It’s not engagement, it’s entrapment.”
Soadad Doureihi condemned the National Imam’s Council and the Lakemba Muslim Association for taking government money that was “absolutely conditional” on producing a more watered down version of Islam.
Sheik Rian Wiramihardja said:Â “They are rewriting Islam to make it more palatable to Western tastes and we have to be aware of this.”
The speakers called on those present to resist any attempts to moderate Islam.
*Â Muslim scholar Bassam Tibi explains:
At its core, Islam is a religious mission to all humanity. Muslims are religiously obliged to disseminate the Islamic faith throughout the world. ”We have sent you forth to all mankind” (Q. 34:28). If non-Muslims submit to conversion or subjugation, this call (dawa) can be pursued peacefully. If they do not, Muslims are obliged to wage war against them. In Islam, peace requires that non-Muslims submit to the call of Islam, either by converting or by accepting the status of a religious minority (dhimmi) and paying the imposed poll tax, jizya. World peace, the final stage of the dawa, is reached only with the conversion or submission of all mankind to Islam. Muslims believe that expansion through war is not aggression but a fulfillment of the Quranic command to spread Islam as a way to peace. The resort to force to disseminate Islam is not war (harb), a word that is used only to describe the use of force by non-Muslims. Islamic wars are not hurub (the plural of harb) but rather futuhat, acts of “opening” the world to Islam and expressing Islamic jihad. Relations between dar al-Islam, the home of peace, and dar al-harb, the world of unbelievers, nevertheless take place in a state of war, according to the Quran and to the authoritative commentaries of Islamic jurists. Unbelievers who stand in the way, creating obstacles for the dawa, are blamed for this state of war, for the dawa can be pursued peacefully if others submit to it. In other words, those who resist Islam cause wars and are responsible for them.