To our Koori Friends - Don’t Fall for Muslim PC Slush
…Islam at its essence is pure. My forefathers had no army and no guns and lived in Aboriginal townships and camps. That's the difference between the Muslim and Christian faiths: one is for the oppressed and one's for the oppressor, one's for the coloniser and one for the colonised."Shaheed Malik is woefully unaware of the succession of invasions and jihadist wars permeating Islamic history. Reading Andrew Bostom’s The Legacy of Jihad , is a good starting point for historical account of Islam’s relentless expansionist land grabbing. As oppressors the Muslims know no equals.
Islam offers a faith untainted by colonialism and racism.
Is it possible that Shaheed is unaware of the oppression of Christians and Jews in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman and Turkey among a much longer litany of countries? His mind controllers evidently did not tell him about the 500 Christian churches burnt in Indonesia over the past 5 years and the fact that the Arabic speaking Muslims look down on their merely Indonesian speaking confreres who do not read the Qu’ran in its original language. Islam not only discriminates in terms of Muslim countries, but also has the most pernicious, core discrimination ever devised – that of Muslims and non-Muslims. This is not the behaviour of groups of bad men within Islam (as past discrimination by bad Christians did not reflect the Bible but individual greed or other motives) but a CORE belief of Islam. Shaheed, to be a true Muslim, must treat his Koori non-Muslim brothers and sisters as lesser beings than he is. Now that’s discrimination.
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Suggestions for Future
- Muslim community must be ready and willing to accept converts; Strengthen current Muslim converts
- Muslims must increase contact with non-Muslims; Address the poor especially Aborigines
OUR UMMAS CHANCE TO SPROUT DEEPER SPIRITUAL ROOTSWe as Muslims need to support Rocky in delivering this sacred message.
Presently there is no other Islamic body active in Redfern, or even no known Islamic body active within the Aboriginal community nationally.
Muslims have tried in the past but have failed, failed as they could not comprehend and /or comply with the ethnic sensibilities necessitated to facilitate genuine communication with the Redfern Aboriginal community.
Earlier, Mr Farrakhan, accompanied by a 15-man bodyguard, led his entourage and Imam Tag Al-Hilali, Mufti of Australia, on a midday walk through The Block at Redfern.
He greeted residents in Louis Street and bestowed his blessing on them at their doorsteps. He visited the home of an Aboriginal artist, known by residents as Jimbo Simons.
A small group of Aborigines, many calling him "brother", clapping and offering him words of encouragement, gathered to hear Mr Farrakhan's message at the Tony Mundine gym.