Waleed Aly credits 9/11 for his success

September 11 wasn’t just about bad things.

Waleed Aly has credited it for his media success. This is from news.com.au:

FOR a young Waleed Aly, it was just an average day at the footy in his home town of Melbourne.

But an unexpected turn of events stemming from a trip with his family to watch his beloved Richmond Tigers train would lead him to becoming a household name.

“It feels like there was a script written for me,” he said.

It was September 11, 2001 and Aly says it was precisely because his family were so clearly Muslim, on a day when Islamic terrorism so horrifically came to the fore, that sowed the seeds for his media career.

It’s good to know that September 11 is a day that has worked for Muslims…

Author: Bernard Gaynor

Bernard Gaynor is a married father of nine children. He has a background in military intelligence, Arabic language and culture and is an outspoken advocate of conservative and family values.

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  1. Have you even read the article? Waleed is simply saying 9/11 changed the trajectory of his life, as it did for a lot of people (some would argue everyone). What’s wrong with that?

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  2. Obviously the 9/11 you are talking about is Waleed Aly’s IQ level.

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  3. Obviously didn’t get the old adage about never look a gift horse in the Muff

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  4. Waleed Aly & any Muslim personally gaining from the death, destruction, pain & misery of others caused by religious extremism make me sick, The Parliamentary Inquiry into Halal Certification found it a huge money making scam and Aly demonstrated that on national television, yet Malcolm Turnbull still refuses to implement any recommendations, think it might jeopardize future Iftar dinners with Waleed Aly, Sheikh Shady Al-Suleiman & the Grand Muff who defended Al-Suleiman’s homophobic comments!

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  5. Doesn’t that make you want to projectile vomit…..

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