The absurd belief system and the criminal behaviour of a 7th century bandit chief does not sit well with the gentle people of Tahiti, who have told the soldiers of allah in no uncertain terms to piss off. But that doesn’t mean these undesirable creatures take notice; Tahitians Â will not get rid of them unless they physically throw them out.
# Thanks toÂ Ban Koran
For Muselmaniacs, all countries belong to islam:
- One Country Understands It…Tahiti’s First Mosque Closes …Â (but now we hear that the illegal mosque is still operating…)
The city administration of Papeete has forced French Polynesia’s first mosque to close – one day after it was opened by a new imam from France.
The opening caused an uproar and prompted the presidency to restate that the French constitution guarantees freedom of religion.
Walter Zweifel reports.
“Within hours of opening, an opposition party warned against Moslem extremism and queried if the 23-year-old imam had a permit. A deputy mayor summoned the imam to say the first floor of the building rented by his Islamic Association of Tahiti can only be used as office space and no meeting may be held there for safety reasons. He says police will check on the premises to ensure no Friday prayers will be held. The mosque’s launch caused a media storm and overwhelmed a news website, which shut down the comment section because it no longer managed to vet apparently offensive contributions.”
The West Australian, by Grant Taylor, June 28, 2014
“A radicalÂ PerthÂ preacher has praised militants responsible for beheadings and mass killings inÂ IraqÂ and labelled Christians and Jews filthy rapists. In a series of online postings and videos Junaid Thorne, 24, has called on Muslims to defend their religion.
Junaid, who spent much of his youth inÂ Saudi Arabia, sits in front of the black flag of al-Qaida breakaway group ISIS and calls on young Australian Muslims to reject their moderate leaders…”
Front Page Magazine, byÂ Daniel Greenfield, June 30, 2014
Mohammed, it appears,Â has been upgraded to a deity. And it’s okay for a deity to rape little girls.Â It’s not okay to point it out. (viaÂ Vlad Tepes) AÂ SydneyÂ radio presenter has been dumped from a guest spot on 2GB radio after he called the prophet Mohammed a pedophile.Â Michael SmithÂ claimed on his website that 2GB’s program director David Kidd phoned him on Friday night and said he wouldn’t be needed because ‘you can’t call a Deity a pedophile’.
Herald Sun, by: Kathryn Powley, June 26, 2014
“WOOLWORTHS is wishing some customers a “Happy Ramadan” â€” but not everybody is celebrating. The supermarket giant has Ramadan promotions in 239 stores in areas with big Muslim populations. At Sunshine’s Marketplace Woolworths, posters and a display of nuts and dried fruit greet customers…”
The Age, byÂ Ben Doherty, June 30, 2014
“The Australian government will question Brunei over its new criminal law regime – whose punishments include limb amputation for theft and stoning to death for adultery or homosexuality – before deciding whether to proceed with trade negotiations with the tiny, but oil-rich, Sultanate. The dictatorship on theislandÂ ofÂ BorneoÂ faces increasing international hostility over its draconian new laws, and democratic countries are being urged to break off trade talks in protests…”
5.Â Australian Islamic leaders call for an end to hatred and provocation, claim radical group Hizb ut-Tahrir is tarnishing religion’s reputations
The Daily Telegraph, by Andrew Carswell & Geoff Chambers, June 27, 2014
“Too dangerous for Festival of Dangerous Ideas.Â Australia’s Islamic leaders have demanded radical group Hizb ut-Tahrir stop voicing its vile sermons in public, hate-filled messages which they claim are tarnishing the entire Muslim community. The stinging rebuke comes as the religion’s leaders prepare to intervene in the activist group in a last-ditch attempt to calm its members’ aggressive and scandalous approach and curb its fundamentalism…”
6.Â Shop owners flat out during fasting and feasting of Ramadan
The Age, byÂ Carolyn Webb, June 29, 2014
“While mostÂ MelbourneÂ shops are busiest at Christmas, Ramadan is the peak time for many traders in areas of high Muslim population. This year the holy month, when Muslims fast from before sunrise to sunset, began on Sunday and ends with the feast of Eid al-Fitr on July 29. The Islamic Council of Victoria says that fasting, prescribed in the Koran, focuses the mind on compassion, spirituality and good character, but also on social interaction…”
The Age, by Richard Willingham, Steve Lillebuen, Aisha Dow, June 19, 2014
“Mysterious black balloons have been tied to a sign outside the house of a local councillor as well as to railings outside the local newspaper office asÂ BendigoÂ confronts a surge ofÂ anti-Islamic sentiment following the green light for the city’s first mosque. And the Muslim community – estimated to be aboutÂ 200 in a population of 110,000 – have privately expressed safety concerns since a heated council meeting on Wednesday night approved the planning for a mosque…”
ABC Gippsland, byÂ Jenni Henderson, 27 June, 2014
“In light of the opposition toÂ Bendigo’s first mosque, president of the Islamic Society of Gippsland, Adnan Glibanovic has expressed his support for other regional Islamic communities. The mosque in Yallourn North has a modest amount of worshippers, about 20, who are preparing for the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan. It’s a stopping point for travellers in need of prayer as it’s the only one between Melbourne and Sydney. It was constructed 17 years ago, with donations from Adnan Glibanovic’s father and he says it has survived because of its “low key” presence…”