Category Archive: On Mosques

Do we really want civil war?

The Finsbury Retribution attack by an Englishman mounting a footpath and driving at Muslims was a game changer for the West. It is the first time a westerner used terror tactics against Muslims. Nor was it surprising that the perpetrator, Father-of-four, Darren Osborne, after being apprehended by those at the scene, said  “I have done my …

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Usama Dakdok: Undoing the lies of “Propaganda Islam”

Propaganda Islam: If you give me your children then you give me your country. Islam propaganda is here to deceive the West. ISIS is a pure Islam and Muslims in the WEST are deceiving our women and children about Islam. No mosque would ever be built in the West if we the people of the West knew …

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OIC—the rising Caliphate of Islam

The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is the second largest inter-governmental organisation after the United Nations (UN). It has a membership of 57 countries, called “member states”, that are spread over four continents including the Palestinian Authority. It meets every year to deliberate over issues of concern to the member states and the united UMMAH. The OIC is …

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If Anjem got 10 years—then Islam should get LIFE

  BRITAIN: Yesterday, people across the world including in Australia, celebrated as they witnessed Anjem Choudry receive 10 years jail for his transgressions against the British public. He has always advocated establishing Sharia Law in Britain, the inequality of women and the removing all Shirk* and non Muslims from all Muslim dominated neighbourhoods and joining …

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The Terrorist Links to Sydney’s Al-Faisal College

SNAP SHOT: Bali Bombing where 86 Aussies died was funded by IIRO a global Saudi Charity. The charity in Australia was registered to Shafiq Rahman Abdullah Khan. Today Khan is the Chairman of al-Faisal Muslim College in Sydney. In 2015 the Saudi benefactors of the college, Saudi Prince Khaled Al-Faisal presided over a Counter Terrorism conference hosted …

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Which one Australia?

From: Article in Front Page Magazine  “CAIR—demands Muslim Indoctrination of 12 year olds”  “The terrorist-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is demanding that public school students in overwhelmingly Christian Tennessee be taught that the Islamic prophet Muhammad is the one and only true messenger of God.” Herein is the “exact” problem for the West. While everyone …

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Time to take to the streets—Bendigo

Dudley Council in England has been in the press this year because of a new application for a mosque. On February 7th of this year the EDL marched on Dudley against the socialist left in protest of this new development. Twenty nine people were arrested as 600 EDL supporters descended on Dudley to protest plans for a new …

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SHARIA is heading for Bendigo

  In this article we put forward the notions that any charity that supports Sharia—also supports abuse against women—which by our laws means they will need to be stripped of their charitable status. Australian Islamic Mission (AIM), the official backers of the Bendigo mosque, and a charity, not only admits that Sharia is already being practiced in Australia but wants to openly adopt …

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US Mosque Report—Leaders becoming more extreme

  A survey was conducted on 2,106 mosques over a ten year period by CAIR. To gauge the attitude of mosque leaders in the USA and how they interpret Islam the survey offered four categories of increasing conservatism. Understanding the results for the US. What we see over the ten years is an increasing conservatism (fundamentalism) in the …

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NETHERLANDS MP Machiel de Graaf—We must close all mosques

The following is from a speech given in the Dutch Parliament by Machiel de Graaf, a member of Geert Wilders’s Party for Freedom (Partij voor de Vrijheid, PVV).      Transcript Without Islam, the Netherlands would be a wonderful country. I have heard very few speakers yet on this subject, although everyone is of course …

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