Hizb ut Tahrir sympathiser appointed as Defence Force imam
Jun05

Hizb ut Tahrir sympathiser appointed as Defence Force imam

Apparently, the military would be more capable if it opened its doors to a community that fights for the enemy.

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Waiting for a soldier to be decapitated
Oct23

Waiting for a soldier to be decapitated

It is only a matter of time. An Australian soldier will be killed in this country by an operative of Islam. Or even worse, his family will be targeted. And it will be a symbol of the rise of Islam and the fall of our ability to defend ourselves and our culture from an enemy we’ve allowed in. An attack has already been thwarted on Sydney’s Holsworthy Barracks. And they’ve occurred in Britain, America and overnight in Canada on...

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Why are honour killings morally unjustified?
Jul04

Why are honour killings morally unjustified?

I’m going to go out on a massive limb today and partially defend Uthman Badar. Not because I like him, or agree with him, but because his recently proposed speech, “Honour killings are morally justified”, raises some very serious questions about the state of our society. Let’s look at the facts. He agreed to give this speech. There was a general emotional uproar against the Hizb ut Tahrir spokesman. And then the speech was canned. But...

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Who is Zali Burrows?
Jul03

Who is Zali Burrows?

In recent times we’ve heard a lot about Clive Palmer, ISIS and bikies. And in all these separate stories, one rather intriguing name pops up everywhere: Zali Burrows. So who is she? I did a little research and this is what I found. First up, Zali Burrows, was a candidate for the Palmer United Party at the 2014 Federal Election, contesting the Sydney seat of Blaxland. And Ms Burrows is still up on the PUP website today. When Zali was...

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Without honour
Jun28

Without honour

The Australian Islamic community’s leadership is without honour. There is no doubt of that. And we can all thank Uthman Badar for highlighting this in bright glowing lights. I’ve written about this character and his organisation, Hizb ut Tahrir, before and, no doubt, he’s going to get a run again. Badar is great at blowing the cover on what Islam is all about. For those not aware, this man was scheduled to speak at the Festival of...

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The lilting sound of Allahu Akbar on New Year’s Day
Mar26

The lilting sound of Allahu Akbar on New Year’s Day

In a little over four months, Australians will begin commemorations to mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War. These events will remember the tremendous sacrifices endured by our forbears a century ago. And they are well worth remembering. Australians today are lucky indeed that they have not had to suffer them. Nearly 40 per cent of the male population aged between 18 and 44 put on a uniform between 1914 and 1918. Every...

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Underestimating the enemy
Dec06

Underestimating the enemy

Never underestimate your enemy. As a cliché, it’s an oldie. But it’s also a goodie. Unfortunately, it assumes that you know who your enemy is. And in the West’s case, we don’t. We don’t know who the enemy is because post-modern Western philosophy is based on the ideal that all people are good. It assumes that all ideas have inherent value. This philosophy presupposes that there is no enemy. But that’s a load of rubbish. Not all people...

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When news is not news
Nov29

When news is not news

Did you hear about the survey conducted this week that found only 16 per cent of Australians think that Islam makes our nation a better place? Neither did I. That’s because the media is just not interested in covering any stories that highlight exactly how concerned Australians are about the rise of Islam in this country. But the survey is in and it is very clear. Over 70 per of Australians disagree with the politically correct mantra...

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