Australian Hizbutt’s Declare Death for Apostates

Australia’s Hizb ut Tahrir openly declares: the punishment for leaving Islam is death.

Hizb ut-Tahrir spokesman Uthman Badar was frank when asked about the group’s policy at a forum in Bankstown, in Sydney’s south-west, on Saturday night.

The ruling for apostates as such in Islam is clear, that apostates attract capital punishment and we don’t shy away from that,’ Badar said in the presence of children. An apostate is someone who decides to leave Islam.

Ex-Muslims deserve death, says Hizb Ut Tahrir leader
Uthman Badar, the Sydney-based spokesman for the hardline Islamist group which campaigns for sharia law, says Muslims who leave the religion should be put to death.
Uthman is not out of line. He knows his Islam. Its basic Islam 101

Imam Calls for Jews to Be Killed in Montreal Mosque Sermon

Imam Calls for Jews to Be Killed in Canada Mosque

To be ignored. The real problem is “Islamophobia”

“Some people believe Islam is a religion that promotes violence and terrorism,” Vernile said to Mazhar.

Mazhar asked Vernile and the audience what contributed to that perception, and the answers included the media promoting misunderstanding, confusion over the Qur’an and what it teaches, and generally misinformation. …All Canadians have role to play in combating Islamophobia….

10 thoughts on “Australian Hizbutt’s Declare Death for Apostates”

  1. Islam just has to go. Sick of the shit. Get the idealogy out of my nation and out of the western world.

    Enough is enough – the revolution to remove the garbage needs to begin.

    Islam – garbage in, garbage out.

    1. Agreed. Unfortunately our vote seeking pollies have colluded in allowing unchecked immigration of this sick bunch of b….s so now we gave to deal with it here.

  2. HuT is allowed to make these seditious declarations and death for apostates pronouncements because they have special concessions under the rule of multiculturalism which promotes the dogma that all cultures are equal.

  3. If Australia’s Hizb ut Tahrir openly declares: the punishment for leaving Islam is death, then the punishment for staying in it should be a LABOTOMY!

    1. Mind you there are so many “Special” children of a Muslim background because of marriages between closely related family members or under age marriages that Lobotomy’s are sometime not needed.

  4. Surely leaving a religion and being threatened with death is one for the human rights commissioner?

    1. “Human Rights Commissioner” ye jest! Leftest Ambulance Chasing, Litigious, Cash Register Inspired, Self Serving, Megalomaniacal Cretins. who’s only daily accomplishment is to get out of bed and look for ways to make decent law abiding Australians wish they were living on another planet.

  5. How come 18C does not apply to Muslims? Seriously, no citizenship without allegiance to Australia and deported the moment a Muslim opens his mouth to oppose Australian values. No second chances. We need an Arabic speaking, non Muslim observer in every mosque to monitor what is preached. It does not match the “peaceful Islam” mantra, that is for sure.

    1. How about anybody wanting to become an Australian citizen relinquishes their home country citizenship. No dual citizens.
      This would have two great advantages of not allowing pension shopping and people being subject to Australian law and not to be able to use their original passport as a get out of “Australia Free Card” if they commit a crime. With most Immigrants/Refugees they only want what they can get for free now or in the future without working for it.

    2. Yes, Peter is right. We do need observers in all the mosques and this is exactly what they do in Singapore. University prayer rooms as well.
      They sure have become emboldened of late; don’t even bother with the double talk and taqquiya anymore.
      This should be taken to our revered “Islamic scholars”. They can’t deny that death for apostates is part of Muslim doctrine. Whatever we think of Badar, the left, like the clowns on last night’s Q and A program, can’t brand him as marginalised, on the outer or disenfranchised.
      He is a Phd candidate.

Comments are closed.