He won’t sign

Some people claim that Islam is peaceful.

One of them is Ali Kadri, the Vice President of the Islamic Council of Queensland. Indeed, this is what he told the Courier Mail in 2014 about Islam in Queensland and its network of mosques:

“Our mosque and those around the nation are about peaceful co-existence.”

Very nice.

Strangely, however, Ali Kadri refused to sign a pledge stating that the violent verses of the Koran were not applicable today at a recent counter-extremism meeting he attended with several government representatives and Harry Richardson (the bestselling author of The Story of Mohammad).

A transcript of that meeting is available on the Pickering Post and part of it is detailed below:

Harry: So, we have a declaration here today for someone to sign and say that they understand that there are commands in the Quran which compel Muslims to kill, behead, crucify or commit unprovoked violence against non-Muslims, Jews, Christians, atheists or apostates from Islam. I fully, completely, unequivocally, 100% reject, and refuse to believe, practise or teach any of these commands. I believe these commands from Allah are not applicable, not relevant and should not be practised in any form in today’s world by anyone.

Signed: Witnessed Dated… Now we would like members of the Islamic community to sign this, just to say that they don’t believe that those commands…………….

Government Representative: Ok, so you do realise that a lot of the radicalisation is not from the masalas or the mosques. The radicalisation is online from children who are at home, that…..

Harry: Yes, I think so, so I’m hoping Mr Kadri would be happy to sign this

(This is when Ali dropped his bombshell. He looked me in the eye and said:)

Ali Kadri: Are you asking me to renounce Koran, is that what you are asking me?

Harry: I’m asking you to renounce the violence in the Koran

Ali Kadri: Are you asking me to declare that I don’t believe in my faith because you have obviously misinterpreted the Koran. Like the terrorists have.

And a little later in the meeting  this was said:

Harry: Do you believe that these verses are relevant today?

Ali Kadri: These verses are out of context, they are in a time and a place.

Harry: So, they are not relevant today?

Ali Kadri: They are in a time and a place and they are not relevant for Australia no.

Harry: Right, so you wouldn’t mind signing it then, because it says that you believe that these verses, that these commands from Allah are not applicable, not relevant and should not be practised in any form in today’s world by anyone. And no one should murder the unbelievers today.

Ali Kadri: Absolutely, nobody should,

Harry: Have you got a pen?

Ali Kadri: Again, again Harry, Harry, Harry……..

Harry: Hang on, I’ve got a pen here (reaching into bag)

Ali Kadri: You are asking me, do you think that declaration, or whatever (unclear) that declaration and me reading this and me signing it will solve the problem of terrorism?


So there we have it. A leading figure in the government’s counter-extremism program won’t sign a document stating that Islam’s violent teaching is no longer relevant or applicable today.

This should not come as a surprise.

After all, the Australian National Imams Council actually wrote to the parliament a few years ago complaining that laws prohibiting the advocation of terrorism infringed the free speech of the ‘moderate’ imams, muftis and mullahs they represent.

And if you have your eyes opened to Islam, it won’t be a surprise.

Unfortunately, for many others it won’t come as a surprise either. If they haven’t woken up by now to the reality of violence that is inherent within the largest ‘religion’ on this planet to have been started by a warlord, nothing will surprise at all.

Not even when the terrorist attacks get real personal…or if they are the product of the government’s ‘de-radicalisation’ program.

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. I have now seen Harry Richardson’s video of his interview with Ali Kardri, Islamic Council of Qld VP, several times. It is a show stopper and it deserves wide circulation. This is a civil and polite interview aimed at clarification of issues about which non-Muslims have every right to be concerned.

    Kadri ducked and weaved all around the fact that the religion of peace commands violence by those of the Muslim faith upon people not of the Muslim faith.

    And these commands are a matter of interpretation. This is a fair question. Are these commands relevant and applicable within Australian society or not? Do these Muslim religious obligations enjoined upon them by their sacred text actually shape Australian social relations between Muslims and those of other or no faith/s?

    Kadri’s answer is unequivocally : yes.

    If he were to sign the document stating that the Prophet’s command to do violence upon non-Muslims are commands not for our time or relevant in our Australia, then his life would be at risk from those who take the commands as written and their religious obligations seriously. In other words he would make himself an infidel. Just as the lives of all non-Muslims ie infidels are at risk from Muslims who take their religious obligations seriously.

    This makes the contribution of government attendees to this interview all the more offensive. Even from the little comment that was not edited out of the video, it was clear that the government attendees were there to help Kadri in the interview, to cover for him, to get him off the hook and deflect the course of the interview into more politically correct waters – such as all the good work Kadri is doing in the Muslim community and with Muslim de-radicalisation etc.

    Which raises the question – if Kadri is correct in saying (and I believe him) that he, his fidelity to understanding the Prophet’s commands as stated in the Qur’an and his work are all hostage to Muslims who take seriously their religious obligations – then what value can government funded ‘de-radicalisation’ possibly have? It is just a matter of time until those whom Kadri fears say: “Enough – these stupid programs paid for by the Kaffir have served their purpose – now we have the numbers and the political influence. It is time to honour our religious obligations.”

    The role of the government, the political elite and the poster Muslims is to tidy up Islam as the religion of peace, present them to multi-cultural Australia as the big community helpers and give them power and influence until they have the numbers. Kadri is a believer who, as a person, is at least honest enough to admit that his interpretation of his religious texts is based on fear. I will say that for him.

    But the word for the government enablers and poster Muslims is: JUDAS GOAT. In the abatoirs this is the goat they castrate and put among the herd that is being fattened for slaughter. The goat is enabled to gain control of the herd in the yards and when it is time the Judas Goat leads them out. They follow him where they are supposed to go – works very well with sheep and everyone whose idea of truth is based on fear.

    And it is the government that is importing the Muslim seed population into Australia and enabling them. Pensioners who have worked and paid taxes all their lives are referred to on TV as a burden to be euthanized, are made to live on a stipend that doesn’t even cover the cost of living and must have their pension reduced 50 cents on the dollar for every dollar they might be able to earn over $70.00 a week. But no expense is spared on the Muslims – importing them, generous allowances for the wives, children, family reunions, settlement etc. And on top of this we are supposed to respect their religion of peace that bids them kill us as infidels. By their own words, members of their own Islamic Council dare not offend against Muslims who take seriously their religious obligations.

    This is beyond disgusting. This is heinous. And I hope at some point Harry will put back into another video every one of those government attendees and tidy-uppers who were there to keep Kadri on board the gravy train. I want to hear just how bad they really are.

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  2. “Europe is witnessing a rise in Islamic supremacism, demands for Sharia and violent intimidation” [of the native Europeans] The response of the Political Elite [and the MEEPs] has been laws that lock down the protests of the native European peoples over their loss of human and civil rights and the use of law enforcement against them. “Laws passed by European states, resolutions in universities and other organisations have stifled free speech. While limiting criticism of Islam, authorities have failed to prevent Islamic preachers inciting violence against women and Jews”..[Remove victim hierarchy PC and just read: the native European population] “and have tolerated public calls for violence” by the protected Islamic minority

    In Britain, where our own system of Parliamentary democracy has its origin, Pakistani Muslim rape gangs roam free across the North of England preying at will upon English school girls while the civil authorities, the hospitals, social services, law enforcement and the press are stood down by Whitehall. To refer to these gangs by their nation of origin: Pakistan or their religion: Islam is an offense. If any report is made about them it must be in general terms ‘Asian gangs’.


    The Rotherham level of PC oppression of Australians is being rolled out here.

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  3. He is one to watch if that is what he thinks.

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  4. Awesome well done Harry, this Pratt is bulls***ing, of course he agrees with the Quran, he’s just another stalking horse for the terror groups.

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  5. If that is their comment and they subsequently complain about freedom of speech within our country on such a sick and immoral subject they and particularly their Imams should be deported because this is inciting violence and goes against common decency. Australia does not have to put up with this garbage. it is against our beliefs and laws.

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  6. Yes and NO voters pay taxes to pay our defence forces. No taxpayers money should be used for a supposed free vote, why should NO voters have financed their opposition. It is a disgrace. Again, from the top, corrupt officers in defence and people to whom a money trail will be found to be attached, SSM has not done its self any favours by attaching the rest of the rainbow alphabet To its request. Most people believe that love is love and valuable between 2 consenting people, and what they do in thieir bedrooms is no one’s business but their own. But the rest of the rainbow brigade do not know love, they know lust and sex. Just a bit different and definitely not beneficial to babies who get ripped to bits, or frightened children that sometimes die as well, NO taxpayers money should be used to promote a government agenda in a supposed free choice event.

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