Doesn’t sound very ‘Team Australia’, does it?
And that, of course, is at the heart of the problem. Where do Muslim loyalties really lie? Would they dob in a neighbour they knew was involved in a terrorist plot? Would they report hate preaching at their local mosque to the Australian police? Do their loyalties lie with their country of citizenship, over and above the global Muslim umma?
If the answers to any of these questions is ‘no’, then that person cannot be trusted, since, by their acquiescence, they are indirectly aiding and abetting the spread of Islam to non-Muslim countries, which after all is their duty.
A SENIOR leader of radical Sydney-based Islamic organisation al-Risalah has denounced the Australian flag, as the group’s supporters posted Facebook messages about beheading “non-believers”.
Wissam Haddad, the head of the al-Risalah Islamic Centre in Sydney’s southwest, yesterday told The Daily Telegraph he followed the “flag of Allah” rather than the flag of Australia.
The flag, called the Shahada, is the same as the one used by Islamic State terrorists who have been spreading death and terror across the Middle East.
“I’m not comfortable personally holding the (Australian) flag because this flag does not represent me as a Muslim. My flag is the flag of Allah. That’s my flag.
“For me to have the Shahada flag, as it’s called, that’s a flag that I stand and live and die for and I don’t stand and live and die for the Australian flag.”
Don’t hold back. Tell us what you really think… But to point this out would be ‘Islamophobic’, and it’s just part of our Multicultural enrichment, right?
Wrong. People like this are not Australian, are openly anti-Australian, and have no place living in Australia. Furthermore, the al-Risalah centre in Sydney is a hotbed of radicalism.
There is an Islamic bookshop onsite – with all that scholarly literature, how to they still manage to get Islam so wrong? It seems that all of those books seem to point to some ‘twisted’ version of Islam, and not the fluffy Religion of Peace that our politicians would have us believe it is.