When our police stop defending Australian law


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Yet another group of people are being asked to cave into Muslim terrorism. This time it is our young army cadets. Eight hours ago  The News reported this story ” Young defence cadets warned not to wear uniforms in public amid terrorism fears—MELBOURNE schools are instructing defence cadets as young as 13 not to wear their uniforms in public amid fears of terrorism.”

Instead of learning about courage and national pride, our Australian military uniform is once again being made into a garment that is allowed to be vilified by being considered dangerous to wear. This is now the second warning we have seen reported in the news, where men and women connected to our armed services are being told not to wear their uniforms in public in a matter of weeks.

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BEWARE: The UN has given ISLAM “human rights” status



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Since 2007 the most subtle play has been happening in the UN between the Organisation of the Islamic Congress (OIC) countries led by Pakistan and the West (mainly EU and US and allies).

What is also becoming apparent is that Western values no longer have the power they once had in the United Nations (UN) and our platform of democracy and equality is also being eroded. The growing Muslim voting block of nations is slowly but surely introducing Sharia Law into the UN and apparently without anyone really noticing.


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Another Poll on Burqas


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Ban the burqa?—some would say it is politically incorrect to even raise the subject, but it is a conversation that Australia must get into. Should the political attire of a segment of Australians prevail in our Westernised society especially if it prevents community cohesion and causes road safety and security concerns?

Security people across the board admit that anyone could be under that burqa. Australia has already had its first burqa bank heist. They argue that if we have banned full face helmets from entering many premises for security reasons —the law about facial visibility should apply unilaterally. It is a solid argument as we are a democracy and equality is a core value of Australia.

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527 verses from the Koran on “Unbelievers”


The World according to Islam is divided into “believers” and “non-believers”. People of the West fall into the second category of “non-believers” along with all Christians and Jews.
This is how Islam views non believers, and what mosques as exponents of the Qu’ran (Koran) will continue to teach Muslims about the non-believing West from within our communities.
Consider that the following verses from the Koran will continue to be imparted to believing Muslims about non-believers. They represent an extreme intolerance towards non-believers that can only serve to damage the social cohesion of any Western community wishing to embrace Muslim believers. These scriptures not only denigrate non believers they require of believers such an anti-social behaviour that it makes social cohesion an impossibility for any non believing community.
It is time to all Western nations to decide whether allegiances to the UN or the the social cohesion of their indigenous population is the prime mandate of the Government. Based on these philosophies, Islam in its current form is not a suitable match for Australian society and our incumbent values of tolerance and equality and an exception needs to made to its acceptance onto our shores.

The Islamic approach to non-believers according to the Koran.

1. “Show us the straight path, The path of those whom Thou hast favoured (Muslims); Not the (path) of those who earn Thine anger (Jews) nor of those who go astray (Christians).” 1:6-72.
2.Don’t bother to warn the disbelievers. Allah has blinded them. Theirs will be an awful doom. 2:63.
3. Allah has sickened their hearts. A painful doom is theirs because they lie. 2:10
4. Allah has blinded the disbelievers. 2:17-185.
5. A  fire has been prepared for the disbelievers, whose fuel is men and stones. 2:246.
6. Disbelievers will be burned with fire. 2:39, 2:90

7. Allah stamped wretchedness upon the Jews because they killed the prophets and disbelieved Allah’s revelations. 2:61

8. Allah turned the Sabbath-breaking Jews into apes. 2:65-66

9. If you believe in only part of the Scripture, you will suffer in this life and go to hell in the next. 2:85

10. Allah has cursed them for their unbelief. 2:88

11. The curse of Allah is on disbelievers. 2:89

12. Jews are the greediest of all humankind. They’d like to live 1000 years. But they are going to hell. 2:96

13. Allah is an enemy to the disbelievers. 2:98

14. Only evil people are disbelievers. 2:99

15. For disbelievers is a painful doom. 2:104

16. Don’t question anything Muhammed says or choose disbelief over faith. 2:108

17. “But those who keep their duty to Allah will be above them [non-muslims] on the Day of Resurrection.” 2:212

18. For unbelievers: ignominy in this world, an awful doom in the next. 2:114

19. “And thou wilt not be asked about the owners of hell-fire.” (They are the non-muslims.) 2:119

20. Disbelievers are losers. 2:121

21. Allah will leave the disbelievers alone for a while, but then he will compel them to the doom of Fire. 2:126

22. “Who forsaketh the religion of Abraham save him who befooleth himself?” Cited in the Hamas Charter (Article 27) to condemn the idea of a secular state. 2:130

23. Those who reject the proofs, are accursed of Allah. 2:159

24. Those who die disbelievers, are cursed by Allah, angels, and men. 2:161

25. The doom of the disbelievers will not be lightened. 2:162

26. They will not emerge from the Fire. 2:167

27. Disbelievers will be deaf, dumb, and blind. 2:171

28. Those who hide the Scripture will have their bellies eaten with fire. Theirs will be a painful doom. 2:174

29. How constant are they in their strife to reach the Fire! 2:175

30. Believers must retaliate. Those who transgress will have a painful doom. 2:178

31. Kill disbelievers wherever you find them. If they attack you, then kil them. Such is the reward of disbelievers. (But if they desist in their unbelief, then don’t kill them.) 2:191-2

32. Fight them until “religion is for Allah.” 2:193

33. Those who fail in their duty to Allah are proud and sinful. They will all go to hell. 2:206

34. War is ordained by Allah, and all Muslims must be willing to fight, whether they like it or not. 2:216

35. Those who die in their disbelief will burn forever in the Fire. 2:217

36. Intermarriage is forbidden. 2:221

37. The disbelievers, they are the wrong-doers. 2:254

38. Disbelievers worship false gods. The will burn forever in the Fire. 2:257

39. Allah does not guide disbelievers. 2:264

40. “Give us victory over the disbelieving folk.” 2:286

41. Those who disbelieve the revelations of Allah, theirs will be a heavy doom. 3:4

42. Those who disbelieve will be fuel for the Fire. 3:10

43. Those who disbelieve shall be overcome and gathered unto Hell. 3:12

44. Non-muslims will be punished by Allah for their nonbelief. 3:19

45. “If they surrender, then truly they are rightly guided, and if they turn away, then it is thy duty only to convey the message.”
(The message for those who won’t surrender is “you’re going to hell.”) 3:20

46. Those who disbelieve, promise them a painful doom. 3:21

47. “They [Christians and Jews] say: The Fire will not touch us save for a certain number of days. That which they used to invent hath deceived them regarding their religion.” (The Fire will burn them forever.) 3:24

48. Let not the believers take disbelievers for their friends in preference to believers. 3:28

49. Allah loveth not the disbelievers. 3:32

50. Allah will punish disbelievers in this world and the next. They will have no helpers. 3:56

51. Don’t believe anyone who is not a Muslim. 3:73

52. Theirs will be a painful doom. 3:77

53. All non-Muslims will be rejected by Allah after they die. 3:85

54. Apostates will be cursed by Allah, angels, and men. They will have a painful doom. 3:86-88

55. Disbelievers will have a painful doom. And they will have no helpers. 3:91

56. Disbelievers will have their faces blackened on the last day. They will face an awful doom. 3:105-6

57. Muslims are the best people. Most Non-muslims are “evil-livers.” 3:110

58. Those who disbelieve will be burnt in the Fire. 3:116

59. Don’t be friends with non-Muslims. They all hate you and want to ruin you. 3:118

60. The Fire is prepared for disbelievers. 3:131

61. Give us victory over the disbelieving folk. 3:147

62. Do not obey disbelievers. 3:149

63. We shall cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Their habitation is the Fire 3:151

64. “Is one who followeth the pleasure of Allah as one who hath earned condemnation from Allah, whose habitation is the Fire?”
Unbelievers will burn forever in the Fire. 3:162

65. Theirs will be an awful doom. 3:176

66. Disbelievers do not harm Allah, but will have a painful doom. 3:177

67. Disbelievers will go to Hell. 3:196

68. Those who disobey Allah and his messenger will be burnt with fire and suffer a painful doom. 4:14

69. For the disbelievers and those who make a last-minute conversion, Allah has prepared a painful doom. 4:18

70. For disbelievers, We prepare a shameful doom. 4:37

71. “Allah has cursed them for their disbelief, so they believe not.” 4:46

72. Christians and Jews must believe what Allah has revealed to Muhammad or Allah will disfigure their faces or turn them into apes, as he did the Sabbath-breakers. (See 2:65-66) 4:47

73. Those who ascribe a partner to Allah (like Christians do with Jesus and the Holy Spirit) will not be forgiven. They have “invented a tremendous sin.” 4:48, 4:116

74. Those who invent lies about Allah are guilty of flagrant sin. 4:50

75. Jews and Christians believe in idols and false deities, yet they claim to be more rightly guided than Muslims. 4:51

76. “Those (Christians and Jews) are they whom Allah hath cursed.” 4:52

77. Hell is sufficient for their burning. 4:55

78. Unbelievers will be tormented forever with fire. When their skin is burned off, a fresh skin will be provided. 4:56

79. Those who refuse to follow Muhammad, follow false gods and are deceived by Satan. 4:60

80. Those who refuse to believe what Allah has revealed to Muhammad are hypocrites. 4:61

81. Oppose and admonish those who refuse to follow Muhammad. 4:63

82. The hypocrites refuse to die for Allah and Muhammad. 4:66

83. Those who obey Allah and Muhammad are favored by Allah. They are the best company. 4:69

84. Allah will bestow a vast reward on those who fight in religious wars. 4:74

85. Believers fight for Allah; disbelievers fight for the devil. So fight the minions of the devil. 4:76

86. Allah casts the hypocrites back to disbelief. Don’t try to guide those that Allah sends astray. 4:88

87. Have no unbelieving friends. Kill the unbelievers wherever you find them. 4:89

88. If the unbelievers do not offer you peace, kill them wherever you find them. Against such you are given clear warrant. 4:91

89. Believers shouldn’t kill believers, unless by mistake. If you kill a believer by mistake, you must set free a believing slave. 4:92

90. Believers who kill believers will go to hell. 4:93

91. The disbelievers are an open enemy to you. 4:101

92. For the disbelievers, Allah has prepared a shameful punishment. 4:102

93. Relent not in pursuit of the enemy. They have no hope from Allah. 4:104

94. Those who oppose the messenger and become unbelievers will go to hell. 4:115

95. They (those who ascribe partners to Allah) invoke in his stead only females and pray to Satan. 4:117

96. Allah will lead them astray and they will go to hell. 4:119-121

97. Those who believe, then disbelieve, then believe and disbelieve again will never be forgiven by Allah. 4:137

98. For the hypocrites there will be a painful doom. 4:138

99. Allah will gather hypocrites and disbelievers into hell. 4:140

100. Allah will not allow disbelievers to succeed against believers. 4:141

101. Do not choose disbelievers as friends. 4:144

102. The hypocrites will be in the lowest part of hell and no one will help them there. 4:145

103. You must believe everything Allah and his messengers tell you. Those who don’t are disbelievers and will face a painful doom. 4:150-151

104. For the wrongdoing Jews, Allah has prepared a painful doom. 4:160-1

105. God will guide disbelievers down a road that leads to everlasting hell. 4:168-169

106. Those who deny Islam will be losers in the Hereafter. 5:5

107. Disbelievers are the rightful owners of Hell. 5:10

108. Allah has cursed the Jews and hardened their hearts. Nearly all of them are treacherous. 5:12-13

109. Allah has stirred up enmity and hatred among Christians. 5:14

110. Christians are disbelievers for believing in the divinity of Christ. 5:17

111. Those who make war with Allah and his messenger will be killed or crucified, or have their hands and feet on alternate sides cut off, or will be expelled out of the land. That is how they will be treated in this world, and in the next they will have an awful doom. 5:33

112. Disbelievers will have a painful doom. 5:36

113. Disbelievers will want to come out of the Fire, but will not. Their will be a lasting doom. 5:37

114. Cut off the hands of thieves. It is an exemplary punishment from Allah. 5:38

115. Allah makes some people sin. He will not cleanse their hearts. They will have ignominy in this world, and in the Hereafter an awful doom. 5:41

116. Non-muslims are wrong doers. 5:45

117. Don’t take Jews or Christians for friends. If you do, then Allah will consider you to be one of them. 5:51

118. Jews and Christians are losers. 5:53

119. Allah could replace nonbelievers with believers who would love him and do whatever he says. 5:54

120. Your only friends should be Allah, Muhammad, and those who believe correctly (Muslims). 5:55

121. Don’t choose Jews, Christians, or disbelievers as guardians. 5:57

122. Jews and Christians are evil-livers. 5:59

123. Evil is the handiwork of the rabbis and priests. 5:63

124. Allah has cast enmity and hatred among the Jews. 5:64

125. Allah does not guide disbelievers. 5:67

126. The Jews rejected and killed Allah’s prophets, since “they were wilfully blind and deaf.” 5:70-71

127. Christians will be burned in the Fire. 5:72

128. Christians are wrong about the Trinity. For that they will have a painful doom. 5:73

129. Muslims that make friends with disbelievers will face a doom prepared for them by Allah. 5:80

130. Disbelievers will be owners of hell-fire. 5:86

131. Allah will test believers to see if they are afraid. Those who fail a second test will suffer a a painful doom. 5:94

132. After agreeing to send down a table of food from heaven, Jesus warns his disciples that will catch holy hell if they ever stop believing. 5:115

133. Those who deny the truth of Islam will be punished by Allah. 6:5

134. “See the nature of the consequence for the rejecters!” 6:11

135. “Those who ruin their souls will not believe.” 6:12, 20

136. Disbelievers will say when they see the Fire that they would have believed if they had known the truth. But they are all liars. 6:27-28

137. Allah will torment those how deny his revelations. 6:49

138. Stay away from those who “meddle with” or mock the Quran. 6:68

139. Those who disbelieve will be forced to drink boiling water, and will face a painful doom. 6:70

140. When nonbelievers die, the angels will deliver to them doom and degradation. 6:93

141. Stay away from idolaters. 6:106

142. Allah confounds the hearts and eyes of unbelievers. 6:110

143. Most unbelievers are ignorant. 6:111

144. Allah allows some to disbelieve in the afterlife, and to take pleasure in their disbelief, so that he can torment them forever after they die. 6:113

145. The worst thing anyone can do is deny the revelations of Allah. Those who do so will be awared an evil doom. 6:157

146. Disbelievers lose their souls. 7:9

147. Allah has made devils the protecting friends of disbeliveers. 7:27

148. Disbelievers choose devils as protecting friends and believe they are rightly guided. 7:30

149. Only believers go to heaven. 7:32

150. Allah forbids beliefs that he hasn’t revealed (i.e., all non-muslim beliefs). 7:33

151. Disbelievers are the rightful owners of the Fire. 7:36

152. Disbelief is the greatest evil. 7:37

153. Disbelievers will be excluded from heaven. Theirs will be a bed of hell. 7:40-41

154. Those in the fire will be taunted by those in the Garden. “So how’s it going down there? Are you enjoying the warmth of the Fire?” 7:44

155. Those in the Fire will cry out to those in heaven, saying: “Pour water on us.” But Allah has forbidden that to disbelievers. 7:50

156. Those who forget Allah will be forgotten (sent to hell) on Judgement Day. 7:51

157. Serve Allah or go to hell. 7:59

158. Allah drowned everyone on earth (except Noah and his family) because they disbelieved. 7:64

159. Disbelievers are liars. 7:66

160. Those who believe incorrectly will face the terror and wrath of Allah. 7:71

161. “We cut the root of those who denied Our revelations and were not believers.” 7:72

162. Allah killed the disbelievers with an earthquake. 7:78

163. Allah killed everyone in Sodom and Gomorrah except Lot and his daughters.

164. “So the earthquake seized them.”
Allah killed the disbelievers with an earthquake. 7:90-91

165. “Then We seized them unawares, when they perceived not.”
Unbelievers are never safe from Allah’s wrath. 7:95-99

166. “How can I sorrow for a people that rejected (truth)?”
Shu’eyb tells the Allah’s victims that they deserved to die for rejecting Islam. 7:93

167. “We drowned them in the sea: because they denied Our revelations.” 7:136

168. Allah will destroy non-muslim cultures. 7:138-9

169. “Those who deny Our revelations and the meeting of the Hereafter, their works are fruitless.” 7:147

170. Those who worship the calf will suffer terror and humiliation from Allah. 7:152

171. “Those who believe in him, and honour him, and help him, and follow the light which is sent down with him: they are the successful.” 7:157

172. “But those of them who … changed the word … We sent down upon them wrath from heaven.” 7:162

173. “When they forgot that whereof they had been reminded, We … visited [them] with dreadful punishment.” 7:165

174. Allah turns Jews into apes! 7:166

175. Allah will punish the disbelieving Jews until the Day of Resurrection. 7:167

176. Those who deny Muhammad’s revelations are like dogs. 7:176

177. Those who deny Muhammad’s revelation are evil. 7:177

178. Stay away from those who blaspheme Allah’s names. They will be punished for it. 7:180

179. Allah leads astray those who deny his revelations. 7:182-3

180. “Allah … cut the root of the disbelievers.”
Allah destroyed the unbelievers. 8:7

181. Allah will throw fear into the hearts of the disbelievers, and smite their necks and fingers. 8:12

182. Disbelievers will be tormented in the Fire. 8:14

183. When you fight with disbelievers, do not retreat. Those who do will go to hell. 8:15-16

184. Those that the Muslims killed were not really killed by them. It was Allah who did the killing. 8:17

185. “The worst of beasts in Allah’s sight are the deaf, the dumb, who have no sense [the non-muslims].” 8:22

186. Taste of the doom because ye disbelieve. 8:35

187. Those who disbelieve will be gathered into hell. 8:36

188. Fight them until persecution is no more, and religion is for Allah. 8:39

189. The angels smite the face and backs of disbelievers, saying: “Taste the punishment of burning!” 8:50

190. The worst beasts in Allah’s sight are the disbelievers. 8:55

191. Don’t let the disbelievers think they can escape. They are your enemy and the enemy of Allah. 8:59-60

192. Exhort the believers to fight. They will win easily, because disbelievers are without intelligence. 8:65

193. A prophet may not take captives until he has made a slaughter in the land. 8:67

194. Disbelievers cause confusion and “corruption in the land.” 8:73

195. “Ye cannot escape Allah. Allah will confound the disbelievers.” 9:2

196. Give tidings (O Muhammad) of a painful doom to those who disbelieve. 9:3

197. Slay the idolaters wherever you find them. 9:5

198. Those who submit and convert to Islam will be treated well. (Those who don’t submit will be killed. See previous verse.) 9:6

199. Don’t make treaties with non-Muslims. They are all evildoers and should not be trusted. 9:7-9

200. Treat converts to Islam well. (Kill those who refuse to convert. See 9:5) 9:11

201. Fight the disbelievers! Allah is on your side; he will give you victory. 9:12-14

202. Don’t let idolaters tend the sanctuaries. Their works are in vain and they will be burned in the Fire. 9:17

203. Don’t make be friends with with your disbelieving family members. Those who do so are wrong-doers. 9:23

204. Allah punished those who disbelieved. 9:26

205. Only idolaters are unclean. Keep them away from your places of worship. 9:28

206. Fight against Christians and Jews “until they pay the tribute readily, being brought low.” 9:29

207. Christians and Jews are perverse. Allah himself fights against them. 9:30

208. The “Religion of Truth” (Islam) must prevail, by force if necessary, over all other religions. 9:33

209. Give tidings (O Muhammad) of a painful doom to the rich and greedy Christian monks and Jewish rabbis. 9:34

210. Allah does not guide the disbelievers. 9:37

211. Fight for Allah with your wealth and whatever weapons are available to you. 9:41

212. Those who refuse to fight for Allah (claiming they are unable) are liars who have destroyed their souls. 9:42

213. Disbelievers go to hell. 9:49

214. “Allah will afflict you with a doom from Him or at our hands.” 9:52

215. Pay your contribution willingly. Allah will not accept a contribution from disbelievers or idlers. 9:53

216. Those who vex the Prophet, for them there is a painful doom. 9:60

217. Allah is only pleased by true believers. 9:62

218. Those who oppose Allah and His messenger will burn in the fire of hell. 9:63

219. Allah promises hypocrites and disbelievers the fire of hell. Allah curses them. They will have a lasting torment. 9:68

220. Fight the disbelievers and hypocrites. Be harsh with them. They are all going to hell anyway. 9:73

221. Allah will afflict disbelievers with a painful doom in this world and the Hereafter. 9:74

222. God will not forgive disbelievers, so don’t ask. 9:80

223. Those who refuse to give their wealth and lives to Allah will face the fire of hell. 9:81-83

224. Don’t pray for dead disbelievers or attend their funerals. 9:84

225. Those who refuse to fight for Allah will be treated (along with their children) as unbelievers. 9:85

226. For disbelievers there will be a painful doom. 9:90

227. Non-muslim who pretend to believe (so they won’t be killed by Muslims) are unclean and will go to hell. 9:95

228. The unbelieving Arabs will be punished by Allah with an evil fortune. 9:97-98

229. “We shall chastise them twice; then they will be relegated to a painful doom.” 9:101

230. Stay away from non-Muslims. They are all liars. 9:107

231. Those that ignore Allah will be thown into the fire of hell. 9:109

232. Believers must fight for Allah. They must kill and be killed , and are bound to do so by the Torah, Gospel, and Quran. But Allah will reward them for it. 9:111

233. Don’t pray for idolaters (not even for your family) after it is clear they are people of hell-fire. 9:113

234. Abraham disowned his father for being an enemy of Allah. 9:114

235. Fight disbelievers who are near you, and let them see the harshness in you. 9:123

236. Disbelievers are wicked and have diseased hearts. 9:125

237. Allah turns away those who misunderstand him. 9:127

238. Disbelievers will have a boiling drink and a painful doom. 10:4

239. If you enjoy life and ignore Muhammad’s bullshit, Allah will torture you forever in the Fire after you die. 10:7-8

240. Allah has destoyed entire generations. 10:13

241. Denying the revelations of Allah is the worst sin imaginable. 10:17

242. “Ignominy overtaketh them - They have no protector from Allah - as if their faces had been covered with a cloak of darkest night. Such are rightful owners of the Fire.” 10:27

243. On the last day Allah will kill all the disbelievers (and then he will torture them forever in hell). 10:45

244. Those who disbelieved will face a dreadful doom. 10:70

245. Allah drowned those who disbelieved his revelations. 10:73

246. Moses asked Allah to harden the hearts of the Egyptians so that they would not believe until they saw the painful doom. 10:88

247. If you deny the revelations of Allah, you will be among the losers and will “see the painful doom.” 10:95-97

248. Disbelievers will end up in the Fire. 11:17

249. Those who oppose Islam and disbelieve in the Hereafter are guilty of the greatest wrong. 11:18-19

250. Allah sent a lasting doom on those who mocked Noah. 11:39

251. Those who drowned in the flood were disbelievers. 11:42

252. Allah will send a painful doom on several nations. 11:48

253. Disbelievers are the rightful owners of the Fire 13:5

254. Allah does not hear the prayer of disbelievers. 13:14

255. Those who do not answer Allah’s call will go to hell. 13:18

256. Allah leads disbelievers astry while he torments them in this life. Then afterh they die, he makes them uffer even more pain in the doom of the Hereafter. 13:33-34

257. The reward for disbelievers is the Fire. 13:35

258. Woe unto the disbelievers. Theirs will be an awful doom. 14:2

259. “Lo! for wrong-doers is a painful doom.” 14:22

260. “They set up rivals to Allah that they may mislead (men) from His way. Say: Enjoy life (while ye may) for lo! your journey’s end will be the Fire.” 14:30

261. Let the disbelievers enjoy life and let false hope beguile them. They will come to know! 15:2-3

262. “The disbelievers would not be tolerated.” 15:8

263. Iblis will lead humans astray. Only perfect Muslims will be safe from him. The rest will go to hell. 15:39-43

264. Those who don’t believe in the Hereafter are proud. 16:22

265. Allah made a roof fall in to kill unbelievers. “And the doom came on them whence they knew not.” 16:26

266. Disbelievers are evil and will dwell in hell forever. 16:27-29

267. Disbelievers are liars. 16:39

268. Theirs will be the Fire, and they will be abandoned.” 16:62

269. “Theirs will be a painful doom.” 16:63

270. Allah will add doom to doom for those who disbelieve. 16:88

271. Those who oppose Islam will face an awful doom. 16:94

272. Those who loose their faith in Islam will face an awful doom. Allah’s wrath is upon them. 16:106

273. Those who invent lies against Allah will have a painful doom. 16:116-7

274. Allah made hell to be a dungeon for disbelievers. 17:8

275. Allah has prepared a painful doom for those who disbelieve in the Hereafter. 17:10

276. Allah destroyed entire towns. 17:16

277. How many generations Allah has destroyed since Noah! 17:17

278. Allah intends to burn people in hell. 17:18

279. “Set not up with Allah any other god, lest thou be cast into hell.” 17:39

280. Allah makes it so that unbelievers cannot understand. 17:45-46

281. Allah will send disbelievers astray. Then he’ll burn them in hell, increasing the flames from time to time. 17:97-98

282. “He maketh none to share in His government.”
Democracy is heresy. Allah shares his government with no one. 18:26

283. Allah has prepared a Fire for the disbelievers. When they want a shower, Allah will give them a shower of molten lead to burn their faces. 18:29

284. Christians will cry out to Allah’s “partners”, but they won’t hear them; Allah will send them to their doom. 18:52

285. The worst wrong is to forget Allah’s revelations. Allah covers their hearts and makes them deaf so that they will never believe the truth. 18:57

286. On a certain day, Allah will present hell, in plain view, to the disbelievers. 18:100

287. Allah will welcome the disbelievers into hell. 18:102

288. The good works of disbelievers are all in vain. They will go to hell anyway. 18:104-105

289. Hell is the reward for disbelievers because they made a jest of Allah’s revelations and messengers. 18:106

290. “Woe unto the disbelievers from the meeting of an awful Day.”
Jesus was not the Son of God. Those who say he was (Christians) are going to hell. 19:35-37

291. Allah will pluck out from every sect those who should burn in hell. 19:69-70

292. Allah will prolong the lives of non-believers so they can see their punishment, either in this world or in the Hour of doom. 19:75

293. Allah will record what disbelievers say and then prolong their torment. 19:77-79

294. Allah has sent the devils on the disbelievers to confuse them. 19:83

295. Allah will “drive the guilty unto hell, a weary herd.” 19:86

296. Lo! it hath been revealed unto us that the doom will be for him who denieth and turneth away.” 20:48

297. Those who do not believe Allah’s revelations will face doom in the Hereafter. 20:127

298. Allah destroyed entire towns, yet the people still disbelieved. 21:6

299. “And one of them who should say: Lo! I am a god beside Him, that one We should repay with hell.” 21:29

300. Disbelievers will not be able to put out the fire on their faces and backs. They will be stupefied and no one will help them. 21:39-40

301. The disbelievers will stare in terror at what Allah has in store for them. 21:97-99

302. Those who turn from the way of Allah will face ignominy in this world and burning in the next. 22:9

303. Whoever thinks that Allah will not give Muhammad victory should go hang himself. 22:15

304. Disbelievers will wear garments of fire, boiling fluid will be poured on their heads, their bellies and skin will be melted, they will be tormented with iron hooks, and when they try to escape they will be driven back with the taunt: Taste the doom of burning. 22:19-22

305. Allah will provide the disbelievers with a painful doom. 22:25

306. Those who disregard Allah’s revelations are the owners of the Fire. 22:51

307. “Those who disbelieve will not cease to be in doubt thereof until the Hour come upon them unawares, or there come unto them the doom of a disastrous day.” 22:55

308. Those who disbelieve Allah’s revelations will have a shameful doom. 22:57

309. Those who disbelieve Allah’s revelations will burn in the Fire. 22:72

310. Those who don’t believe in the Hereafter will receive extreme punishment from Allah. 23:74-77

311. Disbelievers will not be successful. 23:117

312. Those who traduce virtuous, believing women … cursed are they in the world and the Hereafter. Theirs will be an awful doom.” 24:23

313. Disbelievers are miscreants. 24:55

314. Disbelievers will never escape the Fire that will be their home. 24:57

315. The only true believers are those who believe in Allah and his messenger. 24:62

316. Those who deny the coming of the Hour will be chained together and burned with fire. They will pray for their own destruction. 25:11-13

317. It will be a hard day for disbelievers and wrong-doers. They will gnaw on their hands and wish they had chosen Islam. 25:26-27

318. Those who deny Muhammad’s revelations will be destroyed. 25:36

319. Allah drowned everyone in the flood of Noah, and has prepared a painful doom for evil-doers. 25:37

320. “They [the non-muslims] will know, when they behold the doom, who is more astray as to the road.” 25:42

321. Don’t obey disbelievers. But rather fight against them. 25:52

322. Those who cry out to another god with Allah will be tormented doubly in hell. 25:68-69

323. Many will not believe until they see the painful doom. 26:201

324. Those who believe in another god are doomed. 26:213

325. Stay away from poets. The erring follow them. 26:224

326. Allah leads those who do not believe in the Hereafter astray by making things work out OK in this life, so that he can torment them forever in the next. They will get the worst punishment and will be the greatest losers. 27:4-5

327. But he “saved those who believed.” 27:53

328. Allah will taunt Christians on the day of their doom, saying: Where are My partners whom ye imagined? 28:62-64

329. Never help disbelievers. 28:86

330. Those who disbelieve in the revelations of Allah have no hope of mercy. For such there is a painful doom. 29:23

331. “Ye have chosen only idols instead of Allah … on the Day of Resurrection ye will deny each other and curse each other, and your abode will be the Fire, and ye will have no helpers.” 29:25

332. Only wrong-doers deny the revelations of Allah. 29:49

333. Those who disbelieve in the revelations of Allah are the losers. 29:52

334. The doom of hell will come upon disbelievers suddenly, when they least expect it. 29:53-55

335. The worst thing you can do is tell a lie about Allah. Hell is the home of disbelievers. 29:68

336. When the Hour comes, Christians will be divided into two groups: Those who believed Allah’s revelations, and those who disbelieved in them. The believers will be happy in the Garden; the disbelievers will be brought to doom. 30:13-16

337. Allah does not love disbelievers. 30:45

338. Allah seals the heart of disbelievers. (And then he burns them in the Fire.) 30:59

339. Those who mislead others from Allah’s way and mock Islam will have a painful doom. 31:6-7

340. Allah will give disbelievers a little comfort for a little while, and then he’ll torment them forever with a heavy doom. 31:23-24

341. Allah will fill hell with the jinn and mankind together. 32:13

342. Allah: Taste the doom of immortality because of what ye used to do. 32:14

343. Those who used to deny the Fire will be tormented in it forever. 32:20

344. The worst thing you can do is to deny the revelations of Allah. 32:22

345. Don’t obey disbelievers. 33:1

346. He hath prepared a painful doom for the unfaithful.” 33:8

347. Allah makes the deeds of unbelievers fruitless. 33:19

348. Allah cast panic into the hearts of the disbelievers. He killed some, and enslaved others. 33:25-26

349. Ignore disbelievers and their poisonous talk. 33:48

350. Those who malign Allah, Muhammad, and Muslims will be cursed by Allah in this life and with doom in the Hereafter. 33:57

351. Those who oppose Islam will be slain with a fierce slaughter. 33:60-61

352. Allah has cursed the disbelievers, and has prepared for them a flaming fire, wherein they will abide forever. 33:64-65

353. The disbelievers will be burned in the Fire with a double torment. 33:66-68

354. Those who challenge the revelations of Muhammad will have a painful doom. 34:5

355. “They are filled with remorse when they behold the doom; and We place carcans on the necks of those who disbelieved.” 34:33

356. Those who disbelieve in the Hereafter will be tormented. 34:8

357. Those who strive against Allah’s revelations will be brought to the doom. 34:38

358. Allah hates those who ignore his messengers. 34:45

359. Those who ignore Allah’s messenger (Muhammed) will face a terrific doom. 34:46

360. Those who are cast into hell be terrified when they see that they have no escape. Then they will believe. But it will be too late. 34:51-52

361. Those who disbelieve will have an awful doom. 35:7

362. Allah hates disbelievers. 35:26

363. Disbelievers will burn forever in the fire of hell. Allah will keep them alive so that he can torture them forever. When they repent and ask for mercy, he will ignore them. 35:36-7

364. He who disbelieves, his disbelief be on his own head. 35:39

365. Allah has blinded the disbelievers so that they cannot see the truth. So it don’t bother warning them. They will go to hell anyway. 36:8-10

366. Allah will burn the disbelievers in hell. 36:63-4

367. Those who refuse to believe in Muhammad’s revelations will face a painful doom. 37:31-38

368. If you’re not favored by Allah, you’re doomed. 37:57

369. Allah drowned everyone except Noah and his family in the flood. 37:82

370. Only the “single-minded slaves of Allah” will be saved from the doom. 37:127-8

371. Allah killed everyone in Sodom except for Lot and his family. 37:136

372. No one is against Allah, except those who burn in hell. 37:162-3

373. Just wait a while and watch. The unbelievers will soon be destroyed in the doom. 37:176-9

374. Those who disbelieve are in false pride and schism. 38:2

375. Allah has destroyed many generations. 38:3

376. Those who doubt will soon taste Allah’s doom. 38:8

377. Those who deny the messengers deserve doom. 38:14

378. Those who wander from the way of Allah will have an awful doom. 38:26

379. Those who disbelieve will burn in the Fire. 38:27

380. Tell the disbelievers to enjoy themselves now, because later they will be owners of the Fire. 39:8

381. Those who disobey Allah should fear his doom. 39:13

382. No one will be able to help those that Allah torments in the Fire. 39:19

383. Woe unto those who forget Allah. They are in plain error. 39:22

384. The doom will come upon those who deny what Allah has revealed. 39:25

385. Allah will make non-believers “taste humiliation in the life of the world” and ” the doom of the Hereafter” which will be even worse. 39:26

386. The worst thing you can do is tell a lie against Allah. The home of disbelievers is hell. 39:32

387. Surrender to Allah before he sends the doom upon you suddenly. 39:54-55

388. Disbelievers had their chance to believe. They will all suffer in an endless doom. 39:56-59

389. Those who lie about Allah will be sent to hell and will have their faces blackened. 39:60

390. Losers are those who disbelieve the revelations of Allah. 39:63

391. Those ascribe a partner to Allah (like the Christians) will be among the losers. 39:65

392. Those who disbelieve will be driven into hell. 39:71-72

393. Those who disbelieve are the owners of the Fire. 40:6

394. Allah greatly abhors those who disbelieve. 40:10

395. Those who ignore Allah’s “clear proofs” will be seized and punished severely. 40:22

396. Those in hell will beg to be relieved from the Fire’s torment for just a day. But the prayer of a disbeliever is in vain. 40:49-50

397. Those who bicker about Allah’s revelations are filled with pride. 40:56

398. Those who scorn Allah will go to hell. 40:60

399. Those who deny the revelations of Allah are perverted. 40:63

400. Those who deny the Scripture and Allah’s messengers will be dragged through boiling water and thrust into the Fire. 40:70-72

401. Allah will taunt the Christians in hell, saying: Where are all my parnters that you used to believe in? 40:73

402. Thus does Allah send astray the disbelievers (in his guidance). 40:74

403. Those who scorn will go to hell. 40:76

404. When they see Allah’s doom they will believe in Allah. But their faith will not save them. The disbelievers will be ruined. 40:84-85

405. Woe unto the idolaters who disbelieve in the Hereafter. 41:6

406. The enemies of Allah will be gathered into the Fire where their skin, ears, and eyes will testify against them. 41:19-20

407. Non-muslims will be tormented forever in the Fire. Allah will not have any mercy on them. 41:24

408. Allah will make those who disbelieve taste an awful doom. Their immortal home will be the Fire, since they denied Allah’s revelations. 41:27-28

409. “Lo! those who distort Our revelations are not hid from Us. Is he who is hurled into the Fire better?” 41:40

410. Those who disbelieve will taste hard punishment. 41:50

411. In whatsoever ye differ, the verdict therein belongeth to Allah.”
Disputes, whether religious or political, must be decided by Allah. Democracy is not an option. 42:10

412. Those who argue about Allah will have his wrath upon them. Theirs will be an awful doom. 42:16

413. “And as for disbelievers, theirs will be an awful doom.” 42:26

414. Allah sends some people astray and then punishes them for it by burning them in the Fire. 42:44-46

415. Those who turn people away from Islam will “be sharers in the doom.” 43:37-39

416. “But they will come to know.”
Allah will torment disbelievers forever in hell. 43:88-89

417. Those in torment will claim to believe and ask Allah for relief. But he will refuse since they will return to their disbelief. 44:11-16

418. “He hath saved them [Muslims] from the doom of hell.”
(Everyone else is going to hell.) 44:56

419. Those who hear and reject Allah’s revelations are sinful liars. Give them tidings of a painful doom. 45:7-8

420. Those who joke about Allah’s revelations will go to hell. Theirs will be a shameful doom. 45:9-10

421. Those who disbelieve in Allah’s revelations will have a awful doom of wrath. 45:11

422. Those who disbelieve are guilty folk. 45:31

423. Disbelievers will be rewarded with the ignominious doom of the Fire. 46:20

424. Serve only Allah or face the doom of a tremendous day. 46:21

425. If you believe Muhammed, Allah will forgive some of your sins and protect you from the painful doom (that he plans to torture everyone else with). 46:31

426. Allah will taunt the disbelievers that he torments in the fire, saying: “Taste the doom for that ye disbelieved.” 46:34

427. Allah makes the works of disbelievers vain. 47:1

428. Those who disbelieve follow falsehood. 47:3

429. Smite the necks of the disbelievers whenever you fight against them. Those who die fighting for Allah will be rewarded. 47:4

430. Allah will damn the disbelievers and make all their actions fruitless. 47:8-9

431. Disbelievers may eat and be happy now, but the Fire will be their final home. 47:12

432. Those who turn away from Islam, and obey non-Muslims in some things, have been seduced by Satan. 47:25-26

433. Angels will gather them together and smite their faces and backs. 47:27

434. Allah will make the actions those who disbelieve fruitless. 47:32

435. Those who disbelieve will never be pardoned by Allah. 47:34-35

436. Those who think an evil thought concerning Allah will be cursed and sent to hell by him. 48:6

437. Allah has prepared a flame for the disbelievers. 48:13

438. If you refuse to fight for Allah, he will punish you with a painful doom. 48:16

439. “Whoso turneth back, him will He punish with a painful doom.” 48:17

440. Allah punished those who disbelieved with a painful punishment. 48:25

441. Allah will “cause it [Islam] to prevail over all religion.” 48:28

442. Those with Muhammad are ruthless toward disbelievers and merciful toward themselves. 48:29

443. Allah will hurl those who believe in another god into a dreadful doom. 50:26

444. Accursed are the conjecturers who ask: When is the Day of Judgment? It is the day they will be tormented by the Fire. 51:10-14

445. “We left behind therein a portent for those who fear a painful doom.” 51:37

446. Woe to the disbelievers. 51:60

447. Those who deny the existence of hell will be thrust into its Fire. 52:11-16

448. “Their Lord hath warded off from them the torment of hell-fire.”
(Everyone else is going to hell — and the believers are all okay with that.) 52:18

449. Those who disbelieve are trapped. 52:42

450. Those who disbelieve in the afterlife give female names to angels. 53:27

451. Those who disbelieve in the afterlife are only guessing and have no real knowledge. 53:29

452. Stay away from non-Muslims, especially those who disbelieve in the afterlife. 53:29

453. Allah sent a storm of stones on Lot’s folk, killing all but Lot’s family. 54:34

454. The guilty deny hell. But after they die they go circling between it and fierce, boiling water. 55:43-44

455. Those who deny Allah and the Hereafter will eat from the Zaqqum tree and drink boiling water. 56:51-54

456. Allah will welcome the rejecters and erring with boiling water and a roasting in the hell fire. 56:92-94

457. Those who disbelieve or doubt the revelations of Allah will be face the doom. 57:13-14

458. The home of disbelievers is the Fire, a hapless journey’s end. 57:15

459. Those who disbelieve and deny Allah’s revelations are the owners of the fire. 57:19

460. For disbelievers is a painful doom. 58:4

461. For disbelievers is a shameful doom. 58:5

462. Those who disobey Muhammed will go to hell. 58:8

463. Don’t make friends with Allah’s enemies. For those who do so, Allah has prepared a dreadful doom. 58:14-15

464. Those who turn others away from the way of Allah will have a shameful doom. They are rightful owners of the Fire. 58:16-17

465. Those who oppose Allah and His Messenger will be among the lowest. 58:20

466. On the Last Day good Muslims will not love their non-Muslim friends and family members, not even their fathers, sons, or brothers (or their mothers, daughters, or sisters). 58:22

467. Allah cast fear into the hearts of the disbelieving People of the Scripture. Their home in the Hereafter will be the Fire. 59:2-3

468. “Whatsoever the messenger giveth you, take it. And whatsoever he forbiddeth, abstain (from it).”
Do whatever Muhammad tells you to do. (Or you’ll go to hell.) 59:7

469. The disbelieving people of the Scripture are liars. 59:11

470. The disbelievers fear the believers more than Allah. 59:13

471. The devil and disbelievers will be in the Fire. 59:16-17

472. The owners of the Garden and the owners of the Fire are not equal. 59:20

473. Don’t be friends with disbelievers. They are your (and Allah’s) enemy. 60:1

474. Don’t be friends with those who have warred against you because of religion. Whoever makes friends with them is a wrong-doer. 60:9

475. Don’t be friends with those who disbelieve in the Hereafter. They are Allah’s enemies. 60:13

476. The worst thing you can do is tell a lie about Allah. 61:7

477. Allah gave Muhammad the one true religion and sent him to conquer all other (false) religions. 61:9

478. “O ye who believe! Shall I show you a commerce that will save you from a painful doom?” 61:10

479. A hypocritical Jew looks like an ass carrying books. Those who deny the revelations of Allah are ugly. 62:5

480. Allah seals the hearts of those who believe and then disbelieve so that they can understand nothing. 63:3

481. Disbelievers are perverted. They are the enemy, confounded by Allah. 63:4

482. Don’t bother to ask Allah to forgive the disbelievers. He will never forgive them. 63:6

483. “Might belongeth to Allah and to His messenger and to the believers.” 63:8

484. Those who disbelieve will have a painful doom. 64:5

485. Those who disbelieve are the owners of the Fire. 64:10

486. Be stern with disbelievers. They are going to Hell anyway. 66:9

487. Disbelievers will go to hell where they will hear its roaring and boiling. 67:6-7

488. Who will protect the disbelievers from a painful doom? (Nobody) 67:28

489. Refuse to obey the “rejecters” (Non-Muslims?) who seek compromise 68:8-9

490. Those who consider the Quran to be “mere fables” will be branded on the nose.68:15-16

491. “Shall We then treat those who have surrendered (Muslims) as We treat the guilty (Non-Muslims)?” 68:35

492. Those who do not believe in Allah will be chained up and cast into hell-fire where they will eat filth. 69:30-35

493. Doom is about to fall on all disbelievers. Only worshippers (Muslims) and those who preserve their chastity (except with their wives and slave girls) will be spared from “the fires of hell” that are “eagar to roast.” 70:1-30

494. “Lo! the doom of their Lord is that before which none can feel secure” (except for maybe those who are fearful of it). 70:27-28

495. Disbelievers will enter hell with frantic with fear, knowing they will be tortured forever by Allah. 70:36, 44

496. Allah sent Noah to warn people about the painful doom he was planning to send. (It didn’t work out well; Allah sent it anyway.) 71:1

497. Noah asked Allah to drown all the disbelievers. 71:26

498. The fires of hell will be fueled with the bodies of idolators and unbelievers. They will experience an ever-greater torment. 72:15-17

499. Those who disobey Allah and his messenger will dwell forever in the fire of hell. 72:23

500. Allah will take care of the deniers. He will tie them up, burn them in a raging fire, and feed them food that chokes them. 73:11-13

501. The last day will be a day of anguish for disbelievers. 74:9-10

502. Those who are stubborn to Allah’s revelations will face a fearful doom. 74:16-17

503. Allah has appointed angels to tend the Fire and has prepared stumbling blocks for those who disbelieve. He sends some people (whoever he wants) astray. 74:31

504. Those who pay attention to this life and ignore the Hereafter will suffer forever in hell. 75:20-29

505. Allah has prepared chains, manacles, and a raging fire for the disbelievers. 76:4

506. Don’t obey disbelievers. 76:24

507. Woe unto the repudiators on that day! 77:19, 77:24, 77:28, 77:34, 77:40, 77:45, 77:49

508. Depart unto that doom which ye used to deny.” 77:29

509. Those who deny the revelations given to Muhammed will burn forever in hell. 78:21-30

510. “Lo! We warn you of a doom at hand, a day whereon a man will look on that which his own hands have sent before, and the disbeliever will cry: ‘Would that I were dust!'” 78:40

511. Those who rebel by choosing this life over the next will go to hell. 79:37-39

512. Disbelievers are wicked people. On the last day they will be in darkness and have dust on their faces. 80:40-42

513. Those who reject Allah’s revelations will burn in hell. 83:10-17

514. The disbelievers used to laugh at the believers. But the final laugh will be on them. 83:29-36

515. Disbelievers will be given a painful doom. 84:22-24

516. Those who persecute Muslims, without repenting, will burn in hell. 85:10

517. Allah plots against non-Muslims. 86:16

518. “Deal gently with them (non-Muslims) for a while. (How long is “a while”?) 86:17

519. Allah will punish disbelievers with the direst punishment. 88:23-24

520. Allah poured the disaster of His punishment upon those who rebelled against him. 89:11-13

521. Those who disbelieve Allah’s revelations will have the Fire placed over them like an awning. 90:19-20

522. Those who deny Allah’s revelations must endure the flaming fire. 92:14-16

523. Allah created humans to be “of best stature” but then reduced them “to the lowest of the low”. Except for “those who believe and do good works.” But what about those who don’t believe but do good works? Are they the “lowest of the low”? 95:4-6

524. Allah will grab those who deny His guidance by the forelock and call the guards of hell. 96:13-18

525. Those who disbelieve will abide in the fire of hell. They are the worst of created beings. 98:6

526. Only religious people help orphans or those in need. 107:1-3

527. “I seek refuge … from the evil of malignant witchcraft.” (Witchcraft is evil.) 113:4

Source: The Skeptic’s Annotated Quran.

Compiled by:http://www.inquiryintoislam.com/2011/04/intolerance-toward-non-muslims-in-quran.html?spref=fb

A Litany of Planning Errors —Bendigo Mosque


9 Rowena Street, Bendigo East

This is the original set of Planning Concerns served on the Council one week prior to the 18th June 2014 Public Meeting where they passed the Planning Application for proposed Bendigo mosque.

The Planning Application granted by the Council that night had expired and was fraudulent. The Environmental Report was false, produced without officers setting foot on the property. Both of these facts should have been enough to stop the Planning Application process. Yet $200,000 spent on legal fees and put to VCAT, Supreme and High Courts, somehow found this not to be a problem.
The Australian Community now has legal precedents that expired, illegal and fraudulent planning applications are allowable and Government Departments can write Environmental reports without viewing a property.
We don’t need to be legal experts to know this is WRONG.
It is a good indicator that our present legal system needs an overhaul. Justice needs to be seen to be done. It wasn’t here.
The following is what was served on the Bendigo Council on the 12th of June a week before the meeting as a Letter of Demand. (The lack of attendance to the property for the Environmental Report was uncovered prior to VCAT hearing.)

Planning Permit: 9 Rowena Street —DP/937/2013

 1. False Declaration of Land Ownership

Australian Islamic Mission seeking a Planning Permit as “landowners” when they were not the owners of the land. They misrepresented themselves on the planning application.

(This application was put up by an experienced Town Planner working for an ex Mayor of Bendigo (Tompkinson Group.)


False declaration of Landowner

Permit application original


48 What if the applicant is not the owner?
(1) If the applicant is not the owner of the land for
which the permit is needed, an application must—
(a) be signed by the owner of the land; or
(b) include a declaration by the applicant that the
applicant has notified the owner about the
(2) A person must not obtain or attempt to obtain a
permit by wilfully making or causing to be made
any false representation or declaration either
orally or in writing. Penalty: 60 penalty units.


Bendigo Council Jan 2014 advised AIM that they were not the holders of the land. In March 11 2014 (the start of advertising) the Town Planner then put in a declaration of the owner being notified and the application was amended.

Permit application 2nd application

Deposit paid May 2014.


OBJECT: to this Planning Permit Applications based on false declarations to Council.


1. That the application of November 25th 2013 is a fraudulent application pursuant to section 48 of the Planning and Environment Act Victoria 1987.

a)   That the application was signed by the applicant as a true and correct record.

b)   That the application of November 25th 2013 stated that the ‘Australian Islamic Mission’ was the owner of the land in relation to application number DP/937/2013.

c)   That it is a known fact that the ‘Australian Islamic Mission’ is not, and has never been, the lawful owner of land that is listed in the planning application.

d)   That this application was submitted to the City of Greater Bendigo as a true and correct application.

e)   That the applicant, Tomkinson Group, being experienced in matters of planning applications, did submit a fraudulent application pursuant to section 48 of the Planning and Environment Act Victoria 1987.

f)    That the applicant, Tomkinson Group, must be deemed to have constructive knowledge of the Planning and Environment Act Victoria 1987.

g)   That the applicant, Tomkinson Group, did, with knowledge of the Planning and Environment Act Victoria 1987, make a fraudulent application to the City of Greater Bendigo.

h)   That the applicant, Tomkinson Group, made no effort prior to being contacted by the City of Greater Bendigo on December 19th 2013 to alter the fraudulently submitted document.

i)     That under section 48 of the Planning and Environment Act it is a punishable offence to submit a fraudulent planning application.

j)     That under section 48 of the Planning and Environment Act it does not give options in regard to a penalty being given to the applicant.

k)   That on March 11th 2014 an amended application was submitted to the City of Greater Bendigo by the applicant, the Tomkinson Group.

l)     That the original application dated 25th November 2013 was fraudulent so therefore is not capable of being amended and must be a completely new application in its entirety.

m)That it would appear that the City of Greater Bendigo has failed to enforce section 48 of the Planning and Environment Act against the applicant.

  1. That in relation to page 9, section 3.5 of the Cardno Traffic and Transport Assessment report, claims information was previously provided to the operation of ‘Islamic Prayer Halls’

a)   that no supporting information has been supplied or provided.

  1. Figures supplied in the Cardno Traffic and Transport Assessment report, referring to the Australian Bureau of Statistics,

a)   That figures relating to the average size of Bendigo families used in the report are misleading and misrepresent the facts in relation to the planning permit application.

b)   That the ABS statistics for the average household size in Bendigo of 2.5 people is based primarily on a Christian population and does not take into account the difference of fertility rates of Muslim families.

c)   That for example, based on latest ABS figures for Punchbowl NSW which has a 29% Muslim population the average Muslin household consist of 6.73 people.

  1. Information suppliedto the Cardno Traffic and Transport Assessment report by the applicant makes claim of prayer times but no source is supplied for these figures.

a)   Based on figures supplied, midday Friday prayer will consist of an estimate of 250 people attending but the report states that there will be only 75 vehicles using the car park. Given prayers consists mainly of males as based on the Tomkinson report then there would not be sufficient car parking.

b)   That current ABS statistics show that there is only a total of 250 Muslims living in the Bendigo area.

  1. That information supplied on the Cardno Traffic and Transport Assessment report, for the indoor sport centre, there is no supporting evidence for the number of people using this facility.
  2. That the application does not state clearly that the ‘the sports hall’ will not be used as a prayer hall.

a)   That given there is no statement in the Application that the sports hall will not be used as a prayer hall then it must be considered that the sports hall could or may be used as a prayer hall thus making both the application and the Cardno traffic report un reliable

  1. That the Cardno report in table 3-2, anticipated prayer times, does not state a start and finish time for daily prayers.

a)   That this makes the Cardno traffic report redundant as no starting times for prayer are stated.

b)   That the report cannot be deemed reliable based on this failure in their report to clearly list both starting and finishing times for prayer.

  1. That information in table 4.1 of the Cardno Traffic and Transport Assessment report uses information based on the Whittlesea planning scheme yet no relevant documentation exists that.

a)   This has any relevant connection to the current proposed planning permit.

b)   Does not state what the Whittlesea planning scheme relates to.

c)   Does not include any documented evidence.

d)   Does not include any information or evidence from similar buildings around Australia.

  1. That in the planning file was an unmarked ‘CD”

a)   That the ‘CD’ was not marked and had no indication of its contents.

b)   That no facilities were supplied by the City of Greater Bendigo at their offices for members of the public to view the contents of said ‘CD’

c)   That it has been discovered that there was information contained within that ‘CD’ directly related to and containing relevant information regarding the planning application.

d)   That the information on the ‘CD’ was information directly relating to the permit application therefore the City of Greater Bendigo failed to adhere to section 51 of the Planning and Environment Act Victoria 1987

e)   That the City of Greater Bendigo therefore is in breach of section 51 of the Planning and Environment Act Victoria 1987.

  1. That on page 8 of the Tomkinson Application it states that activities within the Mosque will be strictly in accordance with the Islamic regulations.

a)   No documented evidence of those regulations have been supplied with the application

b)   That, the statement presumes that the Council and the people of Bendigo know of, understand, and comprehend those regulations.

c)   That it is claimed in the application that nothing within those regulations contravene Local or State laws but no substantive evidence has been supplied to support that claim.

  1. That on page 10, paragraph 4, of the Tomkinson Application it states that the nearest residence is 55 meters, wall to wall, from the proposed Mosque.

a)   That given the level of proposed attendance to the Mosque there are no evidential facts that the people living in that residence will be able to continue the enjoyment of their home and property as they are lawfully entitled to do.

b)   That given that Mosques generally use loud speakers for their call to prayer at times that in some cases are very early morning therefore would breach the EPA laws.

c)   There are no known conditions in the application, or currently being proposed by Council that would ensure the continued enjoyment of their home and their property.

  1. That on page 10, paragraph 4, of the Tomkinson Application it is stated that the proposed mosque location is situated in isolation and has a buffer zone of industrial activities between the residential communities.

a)   That this statement is misleading as industrial zone 3, ‘IN3Z’, may be used for many and varied uses under the Zoning Act.

b)   That this statement is misleading as there are domestic residences on two sides of the proposed site.

c)   That one of those residential boundaries is only 21.36 metres from the mosque building.

  1. That on Page 11 of the Tomkinson Application it states there will be no adverse impact on the nearest residential neighbourhood and on the environment.

a)   That this statement is misleading as no engineering report on the site has been supplied.

b)   That the claim that an engineering report would be supplied after the application is approved would breach standard and accepted practice.

c)   That this statement is misleading as no soil report has been supplied with the application.

d)   That the claim of no adverse impact on the environment is misleading as no soil tests have been carried out.

e)   That nothing in the planning application file would indicate that the planning department or the City of Greater Bendigo Councillors have done an onsite inspection to verify the claims made in the application.

f)    That given the obvious inconsistencies in the application, and the original application being fraudulent pursuant to section 48 of the Planning and Environment Act Victoria 1987, it should be incumbent on the council to carry out an onsite inspection.

  1. That it is stated that a preliminary soil test can be undertaken if requested by the responsible authority.

a)   This statement clearly shows that no soil test has so far been undertaken

b)   That given that this land is zoned IN3Z there should be an absolute need for a soil test.

c)   That given extensive mining has taken place in this area of Bendigo that a soil test should be mandatory.

  1. That on page 11, it is stated that approximately 6 Eucalypts cannot be avoided for removal from the site.

a)   That in the Tomkinson application a photo of a sparsely treed area is used as evidence for their claim of no adverse effect to the environment.

b)   That the picture supplied with the application was purposefully used to mislead and deceive those people inspecting the planning application file.

c)   That in fact the picture supplied in the Tomkinson application would appear to show only part of the corner of the proposed site and in fact shows the clear area where the proposed ring road will be constructed.

d)   This statement is misleading as the proposed site has a moderate density of trees.

e)   That as the construction of buildings, car parks, and roads will take up approximately 50% of the site the statement above is false and misleading.

f)    That an application for a permit to remove vegetation as per the biodiversity report has not been available as part of the planning application so therefore breaches section 51 of the Planning and Environment Act Victoria 1987.

  1. That on page 13 of the Tomkinson Application it states that the majority of the members of the Muslim community have already chosen Bendigo as their permanent place of living.

a)   That according to the ABS most current census, the total Muslim population in Bendigo is 250 people.

b)   That given the Latrobe University has many foreign and non-local students a significant portion of those listing Islam as their faith in the ABS census must be considered transient.

c)   That even if none of the persons on the ABS Census were transient then based on the figures quoting numbers of persons per household, and based on the example used previously regarding Muslim households in Punchbowl NSW then there would be 37 families.

d)   That based on the most recent ABS census, the total number of Muslims living in Bendigo constitutes .0018% of the population.

e)   That these figures, and based on the quote above regarding the Tomkinson Application the requirement for such a large Mosque cannot be substantiated.

f)    That it must be therefore considered that once the proposed Mosque is finished there are plans for many more Muslim families to locate in the Bendigo region.

g)   That the Tomkinson Application is misleading as it gives the impression that the Mosque is only for the current Muslim community.

h)   That the Tomkinson Application for such a substantial Mosque given their statement regarding local families then the report fails to fully disclose the future intensions of the Muslim community to encourage further Muslim immigration into Bendigo.

  1. That section ‘12’, Subsection ‘2c’ and section ‘60’ subsection ‘1A(a)’  clearly state that the council may take into account the social and economic effects of any planning permit application.

a)   Therefore the Act includes social effects as part of the planning process.

b)   That the Council is with substantive knowledge that there are many residents in the Bendigo electorate that have concerns regarding social issues and the impact of the proposed mosque.

c)   That the Council is with substantive knowledge that there are many residents in the Bendigo electorate that have concerns regarding social issues and the impact of the belief and practice of Islam.

d)   That the Council is with substantive knowledge that many residents in the Bendigo electorate have clearly made to the Council and the planning department there social concerns regarding the proposed Mosque being built.

e)   That many people in the Bendigo electorate have concerns with the predicted increase in the number of Muslins that will locate themselves in Bendigo as a result of the Mosque.

f)    That it is clearly obvious from the responses received from many members of the community that the Council must acknowledge and consider their responsibilities under sections 12 and 60 of the Planning and Environment Act Victoria 1987.

  1. That on page 6 of the Cardno report it states that the land use to the North of the sight is predominately residential whilst land to the South of the site is generally industrial.

a)   That once the proposed ring road is completed that the site of the proposed Mosque will be on the only land in that area that will be zoned ‘IN3Z’

b)   That once the proposed ring road is completed the proposed mosque will be the only IN3Z land in an area that is zoned low density residential.

c)   That by the Council granting the proposed planning application then the proposed Mosque will effectively be located in a low density residential zone.

d)   That by not rezoning the land for the proposed Mosque site from industrial to low density residential zoning prior to the planning application being granted the regulations for the Construction and use of the Mosque site will not be as stringent as it would be if the planning application were to be made for low density residential.

e)   That therefore the result of the current application being approved, the effect will be a Mosque in a residential zone.

f)    That the City of Greater Bendigo Council and planning department are with substantive knowledge of

1)   The facts that the planning requirements for the proposed Mosque will be less stringent in IN3Z.

2)   That the proposed Mosque will be effectively in a residential zone but will only be required to comply with less stringent planning requirements being the only land that will effectively be in IN3Z.

3)   That the proposed Mosque will be regulated by laws and regulations for IN3Z but will effectively be in a residential zone.

4)   That given the proposed Mosque being in a low density residential area the traffic infrastructure is suited only to low density residential.

5)   That given that the proposed prayer hall of the Mosque would, in practical terms have the ability to accommodate approximately 500 people then the road infrastructure would not be capable of this level of traffic in a safe manner.

6)   That given that the proposed prayer hall of the Mosque would, in practical terms have the ability to accommodate approximately 500 people then the planned amount of parking on site would not be sufficient.

7)   That in a paper on thermal optimization of Mosques in Saudi Arabia, by Mohammad S. Al-Homoud-phD. Architectural Engineering department King Fahd University of petroleum and minerals, Bahrain, 31261, Saudia Arabia, States occupancy 8ft2/ person (0.73 m2/person, 1.2m x0.6m).

1)   That given the above paper and the proposed prayer hall being 361m2 that would enable occupancy during prayer times of 502 people.

2)   That part of the proposed Mosque there is to be a sports hall of 719m2 that could be used as an alternate prayer hall.

3)   That if this sports hall was to be used as an alternate prayer hall then given the calculations by Mohammad S. Al-Homoud-PhD the sports hall would hold 1,000 people in prayer.

4)   That there is no guarantee in place that this sports hall would not be used as a prayer hall.

5)   That if this sports hall were to be used as a prayer hall then the road infrastructure would not be sufficient to handle the volume of traffic.

6)   That if this sports hall were to be used as a prayer hall then there would not be sufficient parking on site.

7)   That given the calculations by Mohammad S. Al-Homoud-PhD even the proposed prayer hall which could accommodate 502 people then there would be insufficient parking on site.

  1. That as the proposed Mosque will not be a rateable property and given the possibility of an influx of people into Bendigo because of the proposed building of the Mosque the road infrastructure may have to be substantially upgraded. This will be an extra cost burden on the existing Bendigo ratepayers without the Mosque having to contribute to the roads infrastructure needed to accommodate this extra traffic.
  2. That in the proposed Mosque planning application there will be a Minaret and that it is stated in the application that it is just a ‘symbolic’ structure.

1)   There are no foundational plans for the construction of the Minaret.

2)   There are no plans showing the internal structure of the Minaret.

  1. Correspondence from Tomkinson contained in the planning file states that further extensions are being proposed for the proposed Mosque.

a)   That these planned ancillary buildings are not in the planning permit application therefore are in breach of section 51 of the Planning and Environment act Victoria 1987.

b)   That there has been mention of a school facility being constructed on the proposed Mosque site.

1)   The building of a school facility is not in the planning application.

2)   That the school building and other ancillary building would need to be built on the grounds thus reducing or eliminating the proposed buffer zones as claimed will exist in the proposed planning application.

Council just can’t make a valid decision based on flawed data like this.

Muslim Mafia: working with Facebook to silence critics of Islam

(This article was posted on a FaceBook page and removed by Facebook within 4 hours.)

On Wednesday, Dave Gaubatz, a former Air Force investigator and author of “Muslim Mafia,” told Examiner.com that he “infiltrated” a Muslim conference held in Detroit earlier this month. While at the conference, he reportedly spoke to a representative of a group known as Muslim Advocates, who said the organization is working “closely” with social media sites like Facebook and Twitter to close down accounts of users critical of Islam.

“They are asking these groups to close the accounts of anyone who is critical of Islam,” he said. “This is considered serious hate speech and should not be allowed on the Internet.”

According to Gaubatz, the representative also said that “anyone critical of Islam and sharia law are haters.” Ditto for those who oppose either the construction or expansion of a mosque in the United States.

“We are experts with deep experience in the courtroom and powerful connections in Congress and the White House,” Gaubatz recalled being told by the Muslim Advocates representative.

“This should be of no surprise to anyone,” Gaubatz said.

Gaubatz also said the conference, which was attended by representatives and leaders from several groups, should have been named the “U.S. Constitution and the 1st Amendment are for MB terrorists and not for American Patriots.” For four days, he said, he stayed at the same hotel as leaders from over a dozen groups that support the Muslim Brotherhood.

He reportedly met and spoke with executives from the Islamic Society of North America and the North American Islamic Trust.

“I was informed that NAIT owned several hundred million dollars of property in America, and has the funding from 400 plus Islamic Centers in America,” he added.

But Gaubatz’ report of collusion between these groups and social media sites like Facebook and Twitter present a clear danger to the fundamental right of free speech and Americans’ ability to freely express themselves online. As we have reported multiple times, Muslim activists have called for global blasphemy bans and an end to free speech in the United States, despite the clear language of the First Amendment.

Last Wednesday, we reported that one page critical of Islam — “Islam Exposed” — was yanked by Facebook after administrators received death threats. Facebook later restored the page, saying it was yanked in error.

On Wednesday, a post at the page advising visitors to avoid hateful speech was removed by Facebook for allegedly violating the site’s community standards. Facebook did not explain why the post was pulled and one administrator received a 30-day ban.

But as we have reported, Facebook routinely turns a blind eye to threats from users with Muslim-sounding names. Last August, for example, Facebook told a conservative female they could not confirm direct threats she received violated their community standards. One threat reported to Facebook was quite specific: “We will kill you.”

Ironically, Facebook has said it supports free speech and reviews all complaints equally.

We contacted both Facebook and Muslim Advocates to verify Gaubatz’ claim and received no reply as of this writing.



Update: A few minutes after this article was published FaceBook literally turned off the page…see no reach… It stopped reach.

So I sent the following to FaceBook in order to establish our reach. Censorship is alive a well in Australia. I noticed there is a little pin in the graphic of the 4th post….Not only did FB….BLOCKED.


Draft Islamic Constitution of Australia

imgresAUSTRALIA UNDER ISLAM in 25 years

The Islamic Party of Australia Hizb-ut Tahrir have openly posted this draft Islamic Constitution of Australia. They claimed on its release to the public that it would take 25 years before Australia will be under Islamic rule.
Every mosque just brings that closer.



“We wish to mention that the book entitled “The Draft Constitution or the incumbent reasons” published in 1382 Hijri (1963) by Hizb-ut-Tahrir, acts as the main reference for this series, in addition to the book of “The Islamic State” and “The Ruling System in Islam” both of which are also published by Hizb-ut-Tahrir. The articles of this constitution are considered - according to information available to us - an unprecedented and a leading study in this field, and the main features of this study are:

1 - The articles of this constitution are characterised by the fact that they are exclusively and purely Islamic opinions and thoughts. They contain nothing whatsoever that is non Islamic, nor are they influenced by anything that is non-Islamic. They are rather Islamic in every sense and nothing else, and they are based upon nothing but the foundations and texts of Islam.

2 - When the constitution’s articles were deducted or when they were obtained from the Islamic schools of thought and the opinions of the Sahaba (ra) , they were confined to the general evidences which have been established by conclusive and decisive evidence. These are The Book, the Sunnah, the General Consensus of the Sahaba and analogy (Qyyas).

3 - This constitution has the benefit of the legal design that contains general principles; thus it could be considered as a jurisprudence reference in its topic, in addition to the benefit of being accurate in applying the rules to their relevant circumstances.

4 - By proposing this constitution of the Khilafah State, which the Muslims are working towards establishing, with the help of Allah (swt), we invite the Muslims in general, and the intellectuals, the scholars and the prominent figures in particular to air their views and to take an active part in debating the matter. We warmly welcome every correspondence sent to the us via this website and every direct contact with members of Hizb-ut-Tahrir in the Islamic lands which represent the party’s field of activity.”

- See more at: http://archive.hizb-australia.org/hizbut-tahrir/draft-constitution#sthash.iO22ZZw0.dpuf

Article 1

The Islamic creed (’aqeedah) constitutes the foundation of the State. Nothing is permitted to exist in the government’s structure, accountability, or any other aspect connected with the government, that does not take the creed as its source. The creed is also the source for the State’s constitution and shar’ai canons. Nothing connected to the constitution or canons, is permitted to exist unless it emanates from the Islamic ’aqeedah.

Article 2

The domain of Islam (Dar al-Islam) is that entity which applies the rules of Islam in life’s affairs and whose security is maintained by Muslims. The domain of disbelief (Dar al-Kufr) is that entity which applies the rules of kufr and whose security is maintained by the kuffar.

Article 3

The Khaleefah is empowered to adopt divine rules (AHkam Shari’ah) enacted as consitution and canons. Once the Khaleefah has adopted a divine rule, that rule, alone, becomes the divine rule that must be enacted and then implemented. Every citizen must openly and secretly obey that adopted rule.

Article 4

The Khaleefah does not adopt divine rules pertaining to worship, i.e. ‘ibadat, except in connection with alms (zakah) and war (jihad). Also, he does not to adopt any of the thoughts connected with the Islamic creed.

Article 5

All citizens of the Islamic State are entitled to enjoy the divine rights and duties.

Article 6

All citizens of the State shall be treated equally regardless of religion, race, colour or any other matter. The State is forbidden to discriminate among its citizens in all matters, be it ruling or judicial, or caring of affairs.

Article 7

The State implements the divine law on all citizens who hold citizenship of the Islamic State, whether Muslims or not, in the following manner:

  1.  The divine law is implemented in its entirety, without exception, on all Muslims;
  2.  Non-Muslims are allowed to follow their own beliefs and worships.
  3.  Those who are guilty of apostasy (murtad) from Islam are to be executed according to the rule of apostasy, provided they have themselves renounced Islam. If they are born as non-Muslims, i.e., if they are the sons of apostates, then they are treated as non-Muslims according to their status as being either polytheists (mushriks) or People of the Book.
  4.  In matters of food and clothing the non-Muslims are treated according to their religions within the limits allowed by Ahkam Shar’iah.
  5.  Marital affairs, including divorce, among non-Muslims are settled in accordance with their religions, but between non-Muslims and Muslims they are settled according to the divine law.
  6.  All the remaining Shara’iah matters and rules, such as: the application of transactions, punishments and evidences (at court), the system of ruling and economics are implemented by the State upon everyone, Muslim and non-Muslim alike. This includes the people of treaties (mua’ahid), the protected subjects (ahlu zimmah) and all who submit to the authority of Islam. The implementation on these people is the same as the implementation on the subjects of the State. Ambassadors and envoys enjoy diplomatic immunity.

Article 8

The Arabic  is the language of Islam and the sole language of the State.

Article 9

Ijtihad (personal exertion to derive the Islamic rule) is fard kifayah (a collective duty). Every Muslim has the right to exercise ijtihad if he has acquired the necessary conditions to perform it.

Article 10

There is no such thing as a clergy in Islam as all Muslims bear the responsibility for Islam. The State will prevent anything that signifies the existence of a clergy among Muslims.

Article 11

The primary function of the State is the propagation of the invitation (da’wah) to Islam.

Article 12

The only evidences to be considered for the divine rules (Ahkam Shar’iah) are: the Qur’an, the Sunnah, the consensus of the Companions (ijmaâ as-sahabah) and analogy (qiyas). Legislation cannot be taken from any source other than these evidences.

Article 13

Every individual is innocent until proven guilty. No person shall be punished without a court sentence. Torturing is absolutely forbidden and whoever inflicts torture on anyone shall be punished.

Article 14

All human actions are, in origin, restricted by the divine rules (Ahkam Shari’ah), and no action shall be undertaken until its rule (hukm) is known. Every thing or object is permitted, i.e., halal, unless there is an evidence of prohibition.

Article 15

Any means that most likely leads to a prohibition (haram) is itself haram. However if it is (only) feared to lead (to a prohibition) it would not be haram.


Article 16

The ruling system of the State is that of a unitary ruling system and not a federation.

Article 17

Ruling is centralised and administration is de-centralised.

Article 18

There are four positions of ruling in the State. They are: The Khaleefah , the delegated assistant (moâawin), the governor (wali), the mayor (a’mil). All other officials of the State are employees and not rulers.

Article 19

Nobody is permitted to take charge of ruling, or any action considered to be of the nature of ruling, except a male who is free, i.e., not a slave, mature, sane, trustworthy (‘adl) , competent; and he must not be save a muslim.

Article 20

Calling upon the rulers to account for their actions is both a right for the Muslims and a fard kifayah (collective duty) upon them. Non-Muslim subjects have the right to make known their complaints about the rulers injustice and misapplication of the Islamic rules upon them.

Article 21

Muslims are entitled to establish political parties to question the rulers and to access the positions of ruling through the nation (Ummah) on condition that the parties are based on the creed of Islam and their adopted rules are AHkam Shari’ah; the establishment of such a party does not require a license by the State. Any party not established on the basis of Islam is prohibited.

Article 22

The ruling system is founded upon four principles. They are:

  1.  Sovereignty belongs to the divine law (shar’a) and not to the people;
  2.  Authority belongs to the people, i.e., the Ummah;3. The appointment of one Khaleefah into office is an obligation upon all Muslims;4. Only the Khaleefah has the right to adopt the AHkam Shari’ah and thus he passes the constitution and the various canons.

Article 23

The State system is made of eight institutions. They are:

  1.  The Khaleefah
  2.  The delegated assistant (mu’awin at-tafweed)
  3.  The executing assistants (mu’awin at-tanfeedh)
  4.  Amir of jihad
  5.  Governors (Wulah)
  6.  Judges
  7.  The state departments
  8.  The council of the Ummah (majlis al-Ummah)

- See more at: http://archive.hizb-australia.org/hizbut-tahrir/draft-constitution#sthash.iO22ZZw0.dpuf



Article 24

The Khaleefah is deputised by the Ummah with authority for the enactment of the divine law.

Article 25

Khilafah is a contract of nomination and acceptance. No-one is obliged to accept it and no-one is obliged to nominate a particular person for it.

Article 26

Every mature male and female Muslim, who is sane, has the right to participate in the election of the Khaleefah and in giving him the pledge (ba’iah). Non-Muslims have no right in this regard.

Article 27

Once the contract of the Khilafah has been concluded on a person through the ba’iah of those by whom the ba’iah is legitimately concluded, the ba’iah of the remaining people is a ba’iah of obedience and not contract. Consequently, those who might disobey or rebel are obliged to give ba’iah.

Article 28

Nobody can become Khaleefah without being appointed by the Muslims. Nobody can hold the power of the Khilafah unless it is convened to him legitimately, as is the case with any contract in Islam.

Article 29

Any country which wishes to give the Khaleefah the ba’iah of contract, her sultan (authority) must be self-acting , that depends on muslims only and not on any kafir state. The security of the Muslims in that country, both internally and externally, must be maintained by the security of Islam and not kufr.

As for the ba’iah of obedience only it can be taken from any other country without such conditions.

Article 30

The individual who is given the ba’iah for Khilafah need only to fulfill the contracting conditions, even if he did not fulfill the preference conditions, because what is essential is the conditions of contracting.

Article 31

There are seven conditions needed in the Khaleefah so as Khilafah be contracted to him. They are to be a male, muslim, free, mature, sane, ‘adl (trustworthy) and competent (capable for the post).

Article 32

If the post of the Khaleefah becomes vacant, due to death, resignation or dismissal of the appointment of a new Khaleefah must take place within three days  including their nights of the date when it became vacant.

Article 33

The Khilafah is to be appointed in the following manner:

  1.  The Muslim members of the Majlis al-Ummah short-list the candidates for that post. Their names are subsequently announced and the Muslims are asked to elect one person from them.
  2.  The result of the election is announced and the person who has attained the majority of the votes is to be announced to the Muslims.
  3.  The Muslims must hasten to give ba’iah to the one who has attained the majority of votes as a Khaleefah for muslims , on the condition of following the Qur’an and the Sunnah of Rasool Allah ..
  4.  Once the ba’iah has been accomplished, the name of the man who has become the Khaleefah along with a statement that he is qualified with all the agreement conditions necessary for holding the office of Khilafah is announced to the people so that the news of his appointment reaches the entire Ummah.

Article 34

The Ummah is the authority to appoint the Khaleefah but she has no right to dismiss him after he has legitimately attained the ba’iah of contracting.

Article 35

The Khaleefah is the State. He possesses all the powers/function of the state; so he possesses the following powers:

  1.  The Khaleefah puts the Ahkam Shar’iah, once he adopted them, into law, and as such they become canons that must be obeyed and not violated.
  2.  The Khaleefah is responsible for both the internal and external policies of the State. He takes charge of the leadership of the army and has the right to declare war, conclude peace, armistice, and treaties.
  3.  The Khaleefah has the authority to accept and reject foreign ambassadors, and to appoint and dismiss Muslim ambassadors.
  4.  The Khaleefah appoints and dismisses the assistants (mu’awin) and the governors (wulah). The assistants and governors are responsible to the Khaleefah as well as to Majlis al-Ummah.
  5.  The Khaleefah appoints and dismisses the chief judge, the directors of departments, the heads of the armed forces and the generals; all of whom are responsible to the Khaleefah and not to the Majlis al-Ummah.
  6.  The Khaleefah adopts the AHkam Shara’iah by which the State’s budget is set. The Khaleefah decides its sections and the funds required for every field, whether they are related to revenue or expenditure.

Article 36

The Khaleefah is restricted in what he adopts by the Ahkam Shar’iah. He is forbidden to adopt any rule that is not soundly deduced from the divine texts. He is restricted to the rules he has adopted and to the method for deduction that he has chosen. Accordingly, he is prevented from adopting a rule deduced by a method that contradicts the method he has adopted, and he must not enact any command that contradicts the rules he has adopted.

Article 37

The Khaleefah has the absolute right to conduct the citizens affairs according to his ijtihad, so he has the right to adopt of the mubah matters anything he wants to run the State affairs and to look after the affairs of the citizens. However, he is not allowed to disagree with a Hukm shara’i under the name of interest. For example; he cannot prevent a family from having more than one child under the pretext of the shortage in food-stuffs. Nor can he fix prices on the pretext of preventing exploitation; or appoint a kafir or a woman as a wali on the pretext of caring for affairs or the interest, nor anything that disagrees with shar’a rules. The Khaleefah must not forbid any halal thing or allow any haram thing.

Article 38

There is no limitation on the Khaleefah’s period in office. So as long as he abides by the shar’a, implements its rules and is able to manage the State’s affairs, he continues as a Khaleefah unless his situation changes in such a way as to discharge him from the office of Khilafah. He is to be dismissed immediately, once such situation occured.

Article 39

There are three matters by which the situation of the Khaleefah changes, and by such he is discharged from the office of Khilafah. They are:

  1.  If one of the qualifying conditions of the Khilafah contract becomes void, such as apostatising from Islam, insanity or manifest sinfulness (fisq) and the like. This is because these are conditions for contracting the Khilafah and for its continuity.
  2.  His inability to undertake the responsibilities of the Khilafah post, for any reason.
  3.  In the event of sub-dual, whereby the Khaleefah is rendered unable to conduct the affairs of the Muslims by his own opinion according to the shar’a. If the Khaleefah is subdued by any force to an extent that he is unable to manage the citizens affairs by his own opinion alone according to the rules of shar’a, he is considered to be legitimately incapable of undertaking the functions of the state, and thus he ceases to be a Khaleefah. This situation may arise under two circumstances. They are:

First. When one, or more, of the Khaleefah’s entourage exerts control over the management of affairs. If there is a chance that the Khaleefah could rid himself of their dominance he is cautioned for a specified period of time, after which, if he fails to rid himself of their dominance, he must be dismissed. If it appears that there is no chance of the Khaleefah freeing himself from their dominance, he is to be dismissed immediately.

Second. Should the Khaleefah be captured by a subduing enemy, whether he is actually captured or under its influence. In this case the situation is to be examined; if there is a chance to rescue the Khaleefah, he is given a period of time until it appears that there is no hope to rescue him, after which he is dismissed. Should it appear from the outset that there is no hope of rescuing him, he is to be dismissed immediately.

Article 40

The responsibility of deciding whether or not the Khaleefah’s situation has altered in such a way as to warrant his dismissal is the prerogative of the Court for the Acts of Injustice (mahkumat ul-madhalim). It, alone, has the authority to admonish or dismiss the Khaleefah.



Article 41

The Khaleefah appoints an assistant delegated with the authority to assist him in undertaking the responsibility of ruling. He deputises to him to manage affairs with his own point of view and ijtihad.

Article 42

The delegated assistant must be qualified with the same essential qualifications of the Khaleefah, viz., male, free, Muslim mature, sane, and ‘adl (trustworthy). Additionally he must be competent in the tasks for which he is deputised to undertake.

Article 43

The appointment of the delegated assistant must entail both deputation and a general responsibility. Thus, in the appointment of the assistant, the Khaleefah must pronounce a statement to the effect of “I appoint you on my behalf as my deputy” or any other statement that confers both deputation and general responsibility. Unless the delegated assistant is appointed in this manner he would not be a delegated assistant nor hold the authority of a delegated assistant.

Article 44

The function of the delegated assistant, so as to distinguish between him and the Khaleefah in his authority, is to inform the Khaleefah of the matters he has managed and the appointments and delegated duties he has implemented. Therefore, the function of the delegated assistant is to inform the Khaleefah of his analysis and, unless the Khaleefah prevents him, to carry it out.

Article 45

The Khaleefah has to examine the actions and dispositions of the delegated assistant so as to confirm what is sound and to adjust that which is wrong. This is  because the management of the ummah’s affairs is entrusted to the Khaleefah and subject to his own ijtihad.

Article 46

Once the delegated assistant has managed a matter with the agreement of the Khaleefah, he has the right to carry it out - as acknowledged - without any alteration. If the Khaleefah revises the matter and objects to what the delegated assistant has executed, the following considerations apply: If the Khaleefah has objected to what the delegated assistant has carried out in regard to a rule implemented soundly, or a fund spent justly, then the view of the delegated assistant must be enacted. This is because it is originally the view of the Khaleefah and the Khaleefah must not redress laws that he has implemented and funds that he has spent. However if the delegated assistant has implemented something else, such as the appointment of a wali or the equipping of the army, then the Khaleefah has the right to object and to overrule the decision of the delegated assistant. This is because the Khaleefah has the right to redress his own decisions in such cases and hence those of the delegated assistant.

Article 47

The delegated assistant has a general deputation and therefore he must not be assigned to specific departments or specific types of action. He undertakes general supervision of the administrative system but not undertakes administrative matters.



Article 48

The Khaleefah appoints an execution assistant whose function is administrative and not ruling. His duty is to execute the instructions of the Khaleefah in both the internal and external affairs of the State and to relay to the Khaleefah what is received from these areas. This administration office is a medium between the Khaleefah and others, i.e. it executes instructions on his behalf and hand over reports to him.

Article 49

The execution assistant must be a Muslim because he is one of the Khaleefah’s entourage.

Article 50

The execution assistant is always in direct contact with the Khaleefah the same way the delegated assistant is. The execution assistant is considered an assistant but in execution instead of ruling.



Article 51

The directorate of the Amir of jihad consists of four departments, they are: External affairs, The military, The internal security, and  Industry. The Amir of jihad is the supervisor and director of all four departments.

Article 52

The Department of External Affairs directs the foreign affairs connected with the relationship of the state with foreign countries, whatever these affairs.

Article 53

The Military Department oversees all affairs connected with the military forces, such as: the army, the police, equipment, tasks, armament supplies, etc. It also includes control of the military academies, military missions, and everything deemed necessary from the Islamic culture and the culture of the army and whatever is related to warfare and its preparation.

Article 54

The Department of Internal Security oversees everything connected with security . It undertakes maintaining security in the country by means of the military forces, and uses the police as a means to maintain security.

Article 55

The Department of Industry directs all affairs connected with industry, including heavy industry, such as the production of motors, engines and car bodies; metallurgical industries, electronics and light industry; and factories of private and public ownership connected with the military industry. All factories of whatever type should be established on the basis of the military policy.


Article 56

Jihad is a compulsory duty (farD) on all Muslims. Military training is therefore compulsory. Thus, every male Muslim, fifteen years and over, is obliged to undergo military training in readiness for jihad. Conscription, however, is farD kifayah.

Article 57

The army is divided into two parts: the regulars, who are paid salaries from the State’s budget as employees, and the reserves, who comprise all the Muslims capable of fighting.

Article 58

The military forces are one force which is the army from which certain divisions are selected and organised in a particular way and provided with a certain culture, these are called police (shurTah).

Article 59

The police are authorised to protect public order, supervise internal security and to perform all execution duties.

Article 60

The army possesses flags and banners; the Khaleefah gives the flag to whomever he appoints as a leader of the army, the banners are introduced by the brigadiers.

Article 61

The Khaleefah is the leader of the army, he appoints the commander-in-chief, a general for each brigade and a commander for each division. The Brigadiers and commanders appoint the remaining ranks of the army. Members of the general staff are appointed according to their military culture, and are appointed by the general chief of staff.

Article 62

The army comprises one army located in specific camps. Some of these camps must be located in different provinces (wilayat) and strategic locations, and some must remain permanently mobile fighting forces. The camps are organised in numerous groups, each one of which is given a number as a name, such as the first army, the third army or can be named after a province (wilayah) or district (imalah).

Article 63

It is necessary to provide the army with the highest possible level of military education and to elevate its intellectual level as far as possible, and to provide every member in the army with the Islamic culture that enables him to have a general awareness of Islam.

Article 64

Each camp should have a sufficient number of officers of the general staff who have attained the highest level of military knowledge and experience in devising plans and directing battles. The army, as a whole, should have as many officers of the general staff as possible.

Article 65

It is necessary to provide the army with all the required armaments, supplies and equipment so as to fulfill its task as an Islamic army.



Article 66

Judgeship is the pronouncement of the verdict in a binding way. It settles the disputes among people, prevents that which harms the community’s rights and eliminates the disputes arising between people and members of the ruling apparatus - rulers and employees - including the Khaleefah and those of lesser rank.

Article 67

The Khaleefah is to appoint a chief judge authorised to appoint, discipline, and dismiss judges within the administrative regulations. The chief judge must be a mature Muslim male who is sane, just and a jurist. The remaining employees of the courts come under the domain of the directorate that administers the court’s affairs.

Article 68

There are three types of judges. They are:

1. The judge who settles the disputes among people in transactions and punishments;
2. The muhtasib who settles the violations of the community’s rights; and
3. The judge of the Court for the Unjust Acts (maHkamat ul-maDHalim) who settles disputes between people and officials of the State.

Article 69

All judges must be qualified by being Muslim, mature, free, sane, ‘adl, and a jurist being aware of how to apply rules to incidents. Judges of maHkamat ul-maDHalim must additionally be qualified with being male and a mujtahid, i.e., a person capable of making ijtihad.

Article 70

The judge and the muhtasib may be given a general appointment to pronounce judgement on all problems throughout the State, or alternatively they can be given an appointment to a particular location and to give judgement on particular cases. On the other hand, the judge of the maHkamat ul-maDHalim must be given a general appointment to pronounce judgement on all problems, but in terms of location he may be appointed to a particular location or all over the State.

Article 71

The courts should be comprised of only one judge who has the authority to pronounce verdict. One or more judges are however permitted to accompany him with only the authority of advising and assisting. They have no authority to pronounce verdict and their opinion is not binding on the judge who has the sole authority to give judgement.

Article 72

The judge cannot pronounce verdict except in a court session. Evidence and oaths are not considered except in a court session as well.

Article 73

It is permissible to vary the grades of courts in respect to the type of cases. Some judges may thus be assigned to certain cases of particular grades, and other courts authorised to judge the other cases.

Article 74

There are no courts of appeal or cassation, because all judgements are of equal standing. Thus, once the judge has pronounced the verdict it becomes effective and no other judge’s decision can overturn it, unless he judged with other than Islam , disagreed with a definite text in the Qur’an, Sunnah or Ijma’a as-sahabah or it appeared that he judged in contradictory to a true reality.

Article 75

The muhtasib is the judge who investigates all cases, in the absence of an individual litigation, involving the rights of the public that are non-criminal and not involving the hudud (i.e., the punishments.)

Article 76

The muhtasib has the authority to judge upon violations, wherever is the location one he acquired knowledge of these violations without the need to hold a court session. A number of policemen are put at the muhtasib’s disposal to carry out his orders and to execute his verdicts immediately.

Article 77

The muhtasib has the right to appoint deputies to himself, that possess the same qualifications as the muhtasib, and to assign them to various locations where they exercise the same authority as the muhtasib in the location and the cases assigned to them.

Article 78

The judge of the maHkamat ul-maDHalim is appointed to remove all unjust acts, committed by the Khaleefah, governor(s), or any official of the State, that have been inflicted upon anyone - whether that person is a citizen or not - living in the domain of the State.

Article 79

Judges in the maHkamat ul-maDhalim of Injustice are appointed by the Khaleefah or the chief judge. As for their accounting , disciplining and dismissal, this is carried by the Khaleefah, the maHkamat ul-maDHalim or the chief judge if authorised by the Khaleefah to do so. However, it is not allowed to dismiss him during his investigation in an unjust act against the Khaleefah, mua’win ut-tafweeDH or the chief judge.

Article 80

There is no limit on the number of judges that can be appointed for the Unjust Acts. The Khaleefah can appoint as many as he may deem necessary to eradicate the unjust acts. Although it is permitted for more than one judge to sit in a court session, only one judge has the authority to pronounce a verdict. The other judges only assist and provide advice, and their advice is not binding on the judge authorised to pronounce the verdict.

Article 81

The maHkamat ul-maDHalim has the authority to dismiss any ruler, governor and official of the State, including the Khaleefah.

Article 82

The maHkamat ul-maDHalim has the authority to investigate any case of iniquity, whether it be connected with officials of the State, the Khaleefah’s deviation from the divine rules, interpretation of the legislative texts in the constitution, canons and divine rules within the framework adopted by the Khaleefah or the imposition of a tax, etc.

Article 83

The judicature of the Unjust Acts is not restricted by a court session or the request of the defendant or the presence of the plaintiff. It has the authority to look into any case of injustice even if there is no plaintiff.

Article 84

Everyone, both defendant and plaintiff, has the right to appoint a proxy, whether male or female, Muslim or not, to act on his or her behalf. There is no distinction in this matter between the mandator and the proxy. The proxy has the right to be appointed on a salary according to the terms agreed upon between the mandator and his or her proxy.

Article 85

It is permitted for the one who holds office, such as the Khaleefah, wali, official, muhtasib and judge of the Court for the Unjust Acts, or persons who have been vested with a specific responsibility, like a custodian or guardian, to appoint a person to his position as a proxy - within the bounds of his authority - for the purpose of appearing on his/her behalf as the plaintiff or defendant, and for no other reason.


Article 86

The territories governed by the State are divided into units called provinces (wilayat). Each wilayah is divided into units called districts (Imalat). The person who governs the wilayah is called the wali or Amir, and the person who governs the ‘Imalah is called the ‘aamil.

Article 87

The walis and the ‘aamils are appointed by the Khaleefah. The wali can, if authorised, also appoint the ‘aamils. The walis and ‘aamils must possess the same qualifications as the Khaleefah, i.e., Muslim, male, free, mature, sane, ‘adl  (trustworthy or competent) and competent in their responsibilities. They have to be selected from the people of piety (taqwa) and strength.

Article 88

The wali has the authority to govern and supervise the performance of the departments in his province on behalf of the Khaleefah. He has the same authority in the province as the delegate assistant has in the Khilafah State. He has command over the people of his province and control over all affairs except finance, the judiciary and the army. He has command over the police in respect of execution, but not in administration.

Article 89

The wali is not obliged to inform the Khaleefah of what he has carried out within his authorised command, but if a new problem arises, he has to wait until he has informed the Khaleefah about it, and then proceeds according to the instructions of the Khaleefah. If, as a result of waiting, the problem would be exacerbated, he must act first and then inform the Khaleefah later on about the reason for not informing him.

Article 90

Every province has an assembly elected from its people, and headed by the wali. The assembly has the authority to participate in expressing opinions on administrative matters and not ruling; their opinions are not binding.

Article 91

The wali’s term of office in a particular province is not to be long. He must be discharged whenever he becomes powerful in his province and/or the people become enchanted with him.

Article 92

The wali’s appointment is a general responsibility in a defined location. Consequently, the wali is not moved from one province to another. He has to be discharged first and then reappointed.

Article 93

The wali can be discharged if the Khaleefah decides so, or if the majlis al-ummah expresses dissatisfaction with him - whether justified or not - or if the majority of the people of the province show displeasure with him. However, the wali can only be dismissed by the Khaleefah.

Article 94

The Khaleefah must exercise strict control over the walis and continually assess their performance. He must deputise people to monitor them and enquire about them. He has to periodically gather the walis , or some of them, and listen to the complaints  of the ummah of them.



Article 95

The management of the government’s affairs and the interests of the people is performed by, and the responsibility of, administrations, directorates and departments.

Article 96

The policy of the administrations, directorates and departments is built upon the efficiency of the system, speed in carrying out the tasks and competence in those who are in charge of administration.

Article 97

Any subject of the State, male or female, Muslim or not, who is suitably competent may be appointed as head or official of any administration, directorate or department.

Article 98

Every administration must have a general manager and every directorate and department must have a special director responsible for them. All directors are responsible before the general manager of their administrations, directorates and departments. In respect to conforming to the laws and public orders, they are responsible to the Khaleefah, wali and ‘aamil.

Article 99

The managers and directors of all the administrations, directorates and departments are to be dismissed only for reasons connected with administrative regulations. It is permitted to move them from one post to another and to suspend them. The general manager of each administration, directorate or department is responsible for the appointing, dismissing, transferring, suspending and disciplining.

Article 100

Employees, other than the directors and the managers, are appointed, transferred, suspended, questioned, disciplined or dismissed by the general manager of their administration, directorate or department.

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The members of the Majlis al-Ummah are those people who represent the Muslims in respect of expressing their views to the Khaleefah when consulted. Non-Muslims are allowed to be members of the Majlis al-Ummah so that they can voice their complaints in respect to unjust acts performed by the rulers or the misapplication of the Islamic laws.

Article 102

The members of the Majlis al-Ummah are elected by the people.

Article 103

Every citizen of the State has the right to become a member of the Majlis al-Ummah, provided he or she is both mature and sane. This applies to Muslim and non-Muslim. However, membership to non-Muslims is confined to their voicing of complaints in respect to unjust acts performed by the rulers or the misapplication of Islam upon them.

Article 104

Consultation (Shura) and the mashura are the seeking of views in absolute terms. These views are not binding in legislation, definitions, intellectual matters such as discovering the facts and the technical and scientific matters. However they are binding when the Khaleefah consults in other practical matters and actions that do not scrutiny or research.

Article 105

All citizens, Muslim or not, may express their views, but shura is a right for the Muslims only.

Article 106

All issues that fall under the binding shura, when the Khaleefah seeks opinion, are decided on the basis of the majority opinion, irrespective of whether it is considered to be correct or not. In all other matters of shura, the correct opinion is sought, whether it is a majority or minority held view.

Article 107

The Majlis al-Ummah is charged with five duties. They are:


1a. To be consulted by the Khaleefah or to advice him on the practical matters and actions which do not need scrutiny or research, such as: affairs of ruling, education, health, and the economy, industry, farming and the like; and its opinion in that is binding.

1b. However in the matters which require scrutiny and research and the technical matters, the financial, the millitary and the foreign policy, the Khaleefah has the right to refer to the majlis for consultation and seeking an opinion; however the opinion of majlis in such matters is not binding.
2.The Majlis has the right to account the Khaleefah regarding all the actions that  the state has actually executed , whether they were of the domestic or foreign matters , or the finance or the army and the like . The view of the Majlis is binding wherever the majority opinion is binding and not binding wherever the majority opinion is not.
3. The Majlis has the right to express dissatisfaction with the assistants, governors, and mayors; and in this matter the view of the Majlis is binding and the Khaleefah must discharge them at once.


4. The Khaleefah may refer to the Majlis the rules, the constitution and canons, that he intends to adopt. Muslimmembers of the Majlis have the right  to discuss them and express their views about them , but their opinion is not binding.


5. To select the list of candidates standing for the position of Khaleefah; no candidate excluded from this list may stand and the decision of the Majlis is binding. Only Muslim members of the majlis may participate in drawing up this list.

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Article 108

The primary role of a woman is that of a mother and wife. She is an honor that must be protected.

Article 109

Men and women are basically to be segregated from each other, and they should not meet together except for a need that the shar’a allows it and allows the meeting for its sake, such as trading and pilgrimage (Hajj).

Article 110

Women have the same rights and obligations as men, except for those specified by the shar’ai evidences to be for him or her. Thus, she has the right to practice in trading, farming, and industry; to partake in contracts and transactions; to possess all form of property; to invest her funds by herself (or by others); and to conduct all of life’s affairs by herself.

Article 111

A woman can participate in the election and giving of the bai’ah to the Khaleefah, and elect, and also be a member of the Majlis al-Ummah, and can be appointed as an official of the State in a non-ruling position.

Article 112

Women are not allowed to take charge of ruling, thus women cannot hold the positions of Khaleefah mu’awin, wali, ‘aamil, nor to practice any of the actions of ruling. She is not allowed to be a chief judge, a judge in mahkamat ul-MuDHalim nor amir of Jihad.

Article 113

Women live within a public and private life. Within their public life, they are allowed to live with other women, maharam males [males forbidden to them in marriage] and foreign men (whom they can marry) on condition that nothing of the women’s body is revealed, apart from her face and hands, and that the clothing is not revealing nor her charms displayed. Within the private life she is not allowed to live except with women or her mahram males;and she is not allowed to live together with the foreign men. In both cases she has to restrict herself with the rules of shar’a.

Article 114

Women are forbidden to be in private (khulwah) with any men they can marry, they are also forbidden to display their charms or to reveal their body in front of foreign men.

Article 115

Men and women must not practice any work that poses danger to the morals or causes corruption in society.

Article 116

Marital life is one of tranquility and companionship. The responsibility of the husband on behalf of his wife (quwamah) is one of taking care, and not ruling. She is obliged to obey her husband and he is obliged to meet the costs of her livelihood according to the seemly standard of living.

Article 117

The married couple must fully assist each other in performing the household duties, with the husband performing all the actions normally undertaken outside of the house, and the woman performing those actions normally undertaken inside the house as best as she can. The husband should provide home-help as required to assist with the household tasks she cannot manage herself.

Article 118

The custody of children is both a right and duty of the mother, whether Muslim or not, so long as the child is in need of this care. When children, girls or boys, are no longer in need of care, they are to choose which parent they wish to live with, whether the child is male or female. If only one of the parents is Muslim, there is no choice for the child is to join the Muslim parent.



Article 119

management ofe economics is the view of what the society ought to be when addressing the satisfaction of (human) needs, so what the society ought to be is taken as the basis for satisfying the needs.

Article 120

The fundamental economic problem is how to distribute funds and benefits/ services to all subjects of the State, and to facilitate all the subjects to utilise these funds and benefits/ services by enabling them to strive and possess them.

Article 121

Every individual must have all his basic needs provided for completely by the State, and he/she must be guaranteed to satisfy his luxuries (non-basic needs) to the highest possible level.

Article 122

Allah is alone the owner of property and He has made human beings heirs in it. By this general entrust mankind has acquired the right to possess property. As a consequence of Allah’s . permission for the individual to possess property, man has the actual possession.

Article 123

There are three types of property, they are: private property, public property, and State property.

Article 124

Private property is a divine rule determined by the property itself or the benefit from it. As a result of this possession, the person who possesses it obtains a benefit from it or receives a return for it.

Article 125

Public property is the shar’a permission for the community to participate in obtaining benefit from the property itself.

Article 126

State property comprises all property whose expenditure is determined solely by the view of the Khaleefah and his ijtihad, such as: the funds of taxes, land tax (kharaj) and head tax (jizya).

Article 127

Private property consisting of liquid and fixed assets is restricted by the following divine means (asbab):

a. Work.

b. Inheritance.

c. Acquisition of property to survive.

d. A donation from State funds to a citizen.

e. Funds obtained by individuals neither by effort nor through purchase.

Article 128

The disposal of property is restricted by the permission of the Legislator, i.e., Allah, whether it is spending or investing of property. Squandering, extravagance and miserliness are forbidden. Also forbidden are the capitalist companies, co-operatives, all other illegal transactions, usury (riba), fraud, monopolies, gambling and the like.

Article 129

Tithed land (al ushriah) constitutes land within the Arabian peninsula and land whose owners had embraced Islam whilst possessing the land, (i.e. before the Islamic State encountered them by jihad ). Tax land (al kharajiah) is all land, other than the Arabian peninsula, which was opened by jihad, i.e. war or peace. Al ushriah land, together with its benefits, is owned by individuals. Al kharajiah land is owned by the State, and individuals own its benefits. Everyone has the right to exchange, through shar’a contracts, tithed land and the benefits from tax land. All people can inherit these, the same as with other properties.

Article 130

Uncultivated (muwat) land is acquired by giving life to the land, i.e. irrigating it, or by protecting it, i.e. erecting fencing. Cultivated land can only be acquired by way of shar’a means, such as: inheritance, purchasing or through a donation from the State.

Article 131

Leasing land, whether al ushriah land or al kharajiah land, for agriculture is forbidden. Sharecropping of land planted with trees is permitted, and sharecropping on all other land is forbidden.

Article 132

Every landlord is obliged to use his land; those who are needy are to be given a loan from the treasury (bayt ul-mal) to facilitate this. Anyone who leaves his land fallow, i.e., does not use the land, for three years will have it taken from him to be given to another.

Article 133

The following three categories constitute public property:

  1.  Public utilities, such as the town parks.
  2.  Vast mineral resources, like oil fields.
  3.  Things which, by their nature, preclude ownership by individuals, such as rivers.

Article 134

Factories by their nature are private property. However, they follow the rule of the product manufactured within them. If the product is private property, the factory is considered to be private property, like a textile mill. If the product is a public property, like iron ore, then the factory is considered to be a public property.

Article 135

The State has no right to change private property into public property, because public property is determined by its nature and not by the view of the State.

Article 136

Everybody in the State has the right to utilise public property, and the State has no right to allow any individual to singularly possess, own or utilise public property.

Article 137

The State is allowed to protect parts of the uncultivated land or public property on behalf of any of the citizens’ interests.

Article 138

Hoarding funds, even if zakah is paid on it, is forbidden.

Article 139

Zakah is collected from Muslims on their properties that are specified by shar’a, i.e. money, trading goods, cattle and grain. It is not taken from anything not specified by the shar’a. Zakah is taken from every owner whether legally responsible (mukallaf), i.e. mature and sane, or not, i.e. immature and insane. It is recorded in a specific account of the bayt ul-mal and is not to be spent except for one or more of the eight categories of people mentioned in the Glorious Qur’an.

Article 140

Jizyah (head-tax) is collected from the non-Muslims (dhimmis). It is to be taken from the mature men if they are financially capable of paying it. It is not taken from women or children.

Article 141

Kharaj (land-tax) is collected on al-kharajiah land according to its potential production. However, in respect of al ushriah land zakah is payable on it, on the basis of its actual production.

Article 142

The Muslims only pay the tax that shar’a has permitted to cover the expenditure of bayt ul-mal, on condition that it is levied on that which is surplus to the individual’s needs. The tax must be sufficient to cover the demands of the State.

Article 143

The State has the right to collect tax from the ummah when the funds of bayt ul-mal are inadequate to cover the expenditure required to undertake all the functions the shar’a has obliged the Muslims to perform. The State is not allowed to impose a tax on the people for a function the shar’a has not obliged the Muslims to undertake. Thus, the State is not allowed to collect fees for the courts or departments or administrations, or for accomplishing any interest.

The budget of the State has permanent sources decided by the Ahkam Shari’ah.The budget is further divided into sections. The funds assigned to each section and the matters for which the funds are allocated are all decided by the view of the Khaleefah and his ijtihad.

Article 145

The permanent sources of income for bayt ul-mal are: spoils (faya), jizyah, kharaj, a fifth of the buried treasure (rikaz) and zakah. All these funds are collected, whether there is a need for them or not, on a perpetual basis.

Article 146

If the revenues derived from the permanent sources of income for bayt ul-mal are insufficient to cover the expenditure of the State, it is permitted to collect taxes from the Muslims to cover the expenditure obliged on bayt ul-mal. The obligations are the following:

  1.  The needs of the poor, the needy, the wayfarers, and to perform the obligation of jihad.
  2.  Remuneration of the salaries of the employees, the rulers and the provisions for the soldiers.
  3.  Providing benefits and public utilities due on bayt ul-mal., such as constructing roads, extracting water, erecting mosques, schools and hospitals. Unify bayt ul-mal.
  4.  Meeting emergencies, like natural disasters, famine, floods and earthquakes.

Article 147

Income derived from public and State property, people dying without heirs properties of the apostates and customs levied at the state’s borders (thoghoor), are all recorded in bayt ul-mal.

Article 148

The expenditure of bayt ul-mal is distributed among the following six categories of people as follows:

  1.  The eight categories of people entitled to partake of the zakah funds. If there are no funds in this chapter they are not given any money.
  2.  The poor, the needy, the wayfarers, the debtors and jihad are funded from the permanent sources of revenues whenever there are insufficient funds in the zakah account. When there are inadequate funds from the permanent revenues, the debtors are not to receive assistance. The poor, the needy, the wayfarers and jihad must be funded from the taxes collected for this purpose; and if required - to prevent them from falling into corruption - they are to be funded from loans raised by the State for this purpose.
  3.  Bayt ul-mal must fund those people who perform certain duties or services for the State, such as employees, rulers and soldiers. If there are insufficient funds for this purpose, taxes must be collected immediately to meet their expenses, and loans should be raised if it is feared that corruption might ensue.
  4.  Bayt ul-mal shall fund the essential services and utilities such as the roads, mosques, hospitals and schools. If there are insufficient funds, taxes must be collected to cover their cost.
  5.  Non-essential services and utilities are funded by bayt ul-mal, but when there are insufficient funds available they are not financed and accordingly delayed.
  6.  Disasters, such as earthquakes and floods, must be financed by bayt ul-mal; if there are insufficient funds available, loans are to be raised immediately, and will be repaid later from taxes.

Article 149

The State should provide employment for all subjects holding citizenship of the State.

Article 150

Company employees and the self-employed have the same rights and duties as employees of the State. Everyone who works for a wage, irrespective of the nature of the work, is considered an employee. In matters of dispute, between employer and employee over salary levels, the salary level is to be assessed on the basis of the market. If they disagree over something else, the employment contract is to be assessed according to the rules of the shar’a.

Article 151

The salary is to be determined according to the benefit of the work, or the benefit of the employee, and not according to the knowledge and/or qualifications of the employee. There are to be no annual increments for employees. Instead, they are to be given the full value of the salary they deserve for the work they do.

Article 152

The State is to guarantee the living expenses of the one who has no money, no work and no relatives responsible for his financial maintenance. The State is responsible for housing and maintaining the disabled and handicapped people.

Article 153

The State must endeavour to circulate wealth among all the subjects and forbids the circulation of wealth among only a sector of society.

Article 154

The State tackles the task of enabling every subject to satisfy his luxuries (non-basic needs,) and to achieve equality in society in accordance with the funds available to her, in the following way:
a. The State grants all its citizens liquid and fixed assets from those owned by bayt ul- mal, and from the war booties, etc.

b. The State donates from its cultivated land to those who have insufficient or no land. Those who possess land but do not use it are not given land. Those who are unable to use their land are given financial assistance to enable them to use their land.

c. Those who are unable to settle their debts are given funds from zakah, and the war booty, etc.

Article 155

The State supervises agricultural affairs and their products in accordance with the needs of the agricultural policy, so as to achieve the potential of the land to its greatest level of production.

Article 156

The State supervises the whole affairs of industry. It directly undertakes those industries included in the public property.

Article 157

Foreign trade is assessed on the basis of the citizenship of the trader and not the origin of the goods. Merchants from countries in a state of war with the State are prevented from trading in the State, unless given a special permission for the merchant or the goods. Merchants from countries that have treaties with the State are treated according to the terms of the treaties. Merchants who are subjects of the State are prevented from exporting any goods that the enemies could benefit of militarily, industrially or economically. However, they are not prevented from importing any property they own. Any country that we have real war between us and its citizens (such as Israel) is excluded from these rules. The rules applicable to the actual land of war apply to such country in all the relations with it whether trade or otherwise.

Article 158

All individual subjects of the State have the right to establish research and development laboratories connected with all life’s affairs. The State should also establish such laboratories.

Article 159

Individuals are prevented from possessing laboratories producing materials that could harm the ummah or the state.

Article 160

The State provides free health care for all, but it does not prevent using private medical care nor the sale of medicine.

Article 161

The use of foreign capital and its investment within the State is forbidden. It is also prohibited to grant franchises to foreigners.

Article 162

The State issues its own currency, which is independent of all foreign currencies.

Article 163

The currency of the State is to be restricted to gold and silver, whether minted or not. No other form of currency for the State is permitted. The State can issue coinage not of gold or silver provided that the treasury of the State (bayt ul-mal) has the equivalent amount of gold and silver to cover the issued coinage. Thus, the State may issue coinage in its name from brass, bronze or paper notes etc. as long as it is covered completely by gold and silver.

Article 164

It is permissible to have exchange between the State currency and the currency of other states like the exchange between the state’s own coinage. It is permissible for the exchange rate between two currencies to differ provided the currencies are different from each other. However, such transactions must be undertaken in a hand-to-hand manner and constitute a direct transaction with no delay involved. The exchange rate can change/fluctuate without any restrictions as long as it is between two different currencies . All citizens can buy whatever currency they require from within or outside the State, and they can purchase the required currency without obtaining prior permission or the like.

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Article 165

The Islamic creed constitutes the basis upon which the education policy is built. The syllabi and methods of teaching are designed to prevent a departure from this basis.

Article 166

The purpose of education is to form the Islamic personality in thought and behaviour. Therefore, all subjects in the curriculum must be chosen on this basis.

Article 167

The goal of education is to produce the Islamic personality and to provide people with the knowledge connected with life’s affairs. Teaching methods are established to achieve this goal; any method that leads to other than this goal is prevented.

Article 168

A distinction should be drawn between the empirical sciences such as mathematics, on the one hand, and the cultural sciences, on the other. The empirical sciences, and all that is related to them, are taught according to the need and are not restricted to any stage of education. As for the cultural sciences, they are taught at the primary and secondary levels according to a specific policy which does not contradict Islamic thoughts and rules. In higher education, these cultural sciences are studied like other sciences provided they do not lead to a departure from the stated policy and goal of the education.

Article 169

The Islamic culture must be taught at all levels of education. In higher education, departments should be assigned to the various Islamic disciplines as will be done with medicine, engineering, physics etc.

Article 170

Arts and crafts may be related to science, such as commerce, navigation and agriculture. In such cases, they are studied without restriction or conditions. Sometimes, however, arts and crafts are connected to culture and influenced by a particular viewpoint of life, such as painting and sculpting. If this viewpoint of life contradicts the Islamic viewpoint of life, these arts and crafts are not taken.

Article 172

The state’s curriculum is only one, and no curriculum other than that of the state is allowed to be taught. Private schools, provided they are not foreign, are allowed as long as they adopt the state’s curriculum and establish themselves on the State’s educational policy and accomplish the goal of education set by the State. Teaching in such schools should not be mixed between males and females, whether the students or the teachers; and they should not be specific for certain deen, madhab, race or colour.

Article 173

It is an obligation upon the State to teach every individual, male or female, those things which are necessary for the mainstream of life. This should be obligatory and provided freely in the primary and secondary levels of education. The State should, to the best of its ability, provide the opportunity for everyone to continue higher education free of charge.

Article 174

The State ought to provide the means of developing knowledge, such as libraries and laboratories, in addition to schools and universities, to enable those who want to continue their research in the various fields of knowledge, like fiqh, Hadith and tafseer of Qur’an, thought, medicine, engineering and chemistry, inventions and discoveries etc. This is done to create an abundance of mujtahideen, outstanding scientists and inventors.

Article 175

The exploitation of writing for educational purposes, such as copyrighting, at whatever level is strictly forbidden. Once a book has been printed and published, nobody has the right to reserve the publishing and printing rights, including the author. However, if the book has not been printed and published, and thus is still an idea, the owner has the right to take payment for transferring these ideas to the public, the same way he can take payment for teaching them.



Article 176

Politics is taking care of the nation’s affairs inside and outside the State. It is performed by the State and the nation. The State practices it and the nation questions that practice.

Article 177

It is absolutely forbidden for any individual, party, group or association to have relations with a foreign state. Relations with foreign countries are restricted only to the State, because the State has the sole right to practice taking care of the ummah affairs. The ummah is to question the State in connection with this task of caring.

Article 178

Ends do not justify the means, because the method is integral to the thought. Thus, the duty (wajib) and the permitted (mubah) cannot be attained by performing a forbidden action (haram). Political means must not contradict the political methods.

Article 179

Political maneuvres please check spelling are necessary in foreign policy, and the effectiveness of these maneuvers is dependent on concealing (your) aims and disclosing (your) acts.

Article 180

Some of the most important political means are disclosing the crimes of other states, demonstrating the danger of erroneous politics, exposing harmful conspiracies and destroying misleading personalities.

Article 181

One of the most important political methods is the manifestation of the greatness of the Islamic thoughts in taking care of the affairs of individuals, nations and states.

Article 182

The political cause of the Ummah is Islam, in the might of the State, the improvement of the implementation of its rules, and continuity in its call (da’wah) to mankind.

Article 183

Conveying the Islamic da’wah is the core around which the foreign policy revolves, and upon which relations between the State and other states are built.

Article 184

The state’s relations with other states are built upon four considerations. These are:

  1.  States in the current Islamic world are considered to belong to one state and, therefore, they are not included within the sphere of foreign affairs. Relations with these countries are not considered to be in the realm of foreign policy and every effort should be expended to unify all these countries into one state.
  2.  States who have economic, commercial, friendly or cultural treaties with our State are to be treated according to the terms of the treaties. If the treaty states so, their subjects have the right to enter the State with an identity card without the need for a passport provided our subjects are treated in a like manner. The economic and commercial relations with such states must be restricted to specific items and specific characters which are deemed necessary and which, at the same time, do not lead to the strengthening of these states.
  3.  States with whom we do not have treaties, the actual imperialist states, like Britain, America and France and those states that have designs on the State, like Russia are considered to be potentially belligerent states. All precautions must be taken towards them and it would be wrong to establish diplomatic relations with them. Their subjects may enter the Islamic State only with a passport and a visa specific to every individual and for every visit, unless it became a real belligerent country
  4.  With states that are actually belligerent states, like Israel, a state of war must be taken as the basis for all dispositions with them. They must be dealt with as if a real war existed between us - whether an armistice exists or not - and all their subjects are prevented from entering the State.

Article 185

All military treaties and pacts, of whatever source, are absolutely forbidden. This includes political treaties and agreements covering the leasing of military bases and airfields. It is permitted to conclude good-neighbouring, economic, commercial, financial, cultural and armistice treaties.

Article 186

The State is forbidden to belong to any organisation which is based on something other than Islam or which applies non-Islamic rules. This includes international organisations like the United Nations, the International Court of Justice, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, and regional organisations like the Arab League.

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The state’s curriculum is only one, and no curriculum other than that of the state is allowed to be taught. Private schools, provided they are not foreign, are allowed as long as they adopt the state’s curriculum and establish themselves on the State’s educational policy and accomplish the goal of education set by the State. Teaching in such schools should not be mixed between males and females, whether the students or the teachers; and they should not be specific for certain deen, madhab, race or colour.

Article 173

It is an obligation upon the State to teach every individual, male or female, those things which are necessary for the mainstream of life. This should be obligatory and provided freely in the primary and secondary levels of education. The State should, to the best of its ability, provide the opportunity for everyone to continue higher education free of charge.

Article 174

The State ought to provide the means of developing knowledge, such as libraries and laboratories, in addition to schools and universities, to enable those who want to continue their research in the various fields of knowledge, like fiqh, Hadith and tafseer of Qur’an, thought, medicine, engineering and chemistry, inventions and discoveries etc. This is done to create an abundance of mujtahideen, outstanding scientists and inventors.

Article 175

The exploitation of writing for educational purposes, such as copyrighting, at whatever level is strictly forbidden. Once a book has been printed and published, nobody has the right to reserve the publishing and printing rights, including the author. However, if the book has not been printed and published, and thus is still an idea, the owner has the right to take payment for transferring these ideas to the public, the same way he can take payment for teaching them.

- See more at: http://archive.hizb-australia.org/hizbut-tahrir/draft-constitution#sthash.iO22ZZw0.dpuf


If the Bendigo Mosque proceeds then house prices in White Hills will be set to fall 20%.


What Bendigo Papers wont tell residents about the new Bendigo Council Residential Strategy is the long-term cost to ALL White Hills home-owners.

The 2013-17 City og Greater Bendigo’s Residential Planning Development Strategy has called for vacant land in the populated belt of Bendigo to be rezoned as residential. Owners of large parcels of land were able to apply to have their land rezoned as high density residential up until the end of last month. Some 60 submissions were received.

There is also the much awaited ring road extension that connects McIvor Road to the Midland Hwy at Holdsworth Road that the Council is undertaking. Most of the land around this extension is either crown land or held by developers.

We all know that the mosque is centred in this development.

What you may not know is that when a mosque is built—they will come. Meaning a mosque will increase the Muslim population to that area. This has been shown the world over and in Australia in suburbs like Broadmeadows, Dandenong Lakemba, and Auburn where Muslim populations now almost equal or exceed local populations.

According to the Planning and Development Strategy on Page One—one of the means to increase the populations of Bendigo by 40,000 in the next 15 years is to “increase the portion of population born overseas.

Land directly opposite the mosque in East Bendigo is still zoned Industrial in the proposed Development Plan. But to the side and behind the mosque, heading for White Hills has already been earmarked for rezoning to high density residential according to their maps. This area goes up and around Weroona High School and over the road up to Holdsworth Road, in White Hills.

Gavin Boby is an expert on Mosques and council matters across the world in a recent Australian conference, commented that areas around any mosque are subject to a significant increase in Muslim populations to a point of “enclaving”. France has some now 735 enclaves that are police “no-go zones”, Germany some 300 odd. Those suburbs ALWAYS experienced an initial lowering of house prices from between 10 to 25% because frankly no one except Muslims wanted to buy or continue living there. This Council strategy if Gavin’s experience is indeed correct means that the people of White Hills stand to lose anywhere from $20,000 to $50,000 in the short term if this Mosque development goes ahead.

White Hills and Bendigo East seem destined to become the Lakemba of Bendigo, while a few people will make serious money by turning their industrial land into high density residential. In return White Hills, and surrounding suburbs will reap the opportunity of reduced land prices, Muslim enclaving and an increase in violence and crime.

Time is running out—we ask residents do your own research. If Sydney is anything to go on—land the same distance from the city is now worth “half” in Muslim dominated suburbs. In that case years to come the real cost to White Hills home-owners is going to be in the hundreds of thousands and not just the $20-50K from the initial lowering.


Please share with friends and relatives in White Hills and surrounding suburbs.


Australia’s Christian heritage

Around 888AD King Alfred the great, a Bible believing Christian, declared that the law of England to be “the 10 commandments read in the light of the whole Bible”.

For England the final say always rested with the king. He was regarded as God’s representative on earth and charged with the responsibility to govern “lawfully, justly and mercifully, to maintain Gods law and to regard the Bible as the rule for the whole of life and government.” …These words were incorporated into the coronation oath by 973AD and have remained part of the coronation to this day (even formed part of the promises made by Queen Elizabeth II at her coronation).

In 1688 these “requirements” were finally recognised by statute in the British Parliament— making them “law” of the land.

The role of our Attorney General is to represent the Queen’s responsibility in Australia to her oath and the statutes—“to ensure that the laws are ‘lawful’ just and merciful and that God’s law is maintained in Australia and the Bible is regarded as the rule for the whole of life and government.”

The Australian Legal System

The judgement of Mr Justice Hargrave in 1874 (a) (in the case of ex parte Thackeray (1874 13 S.C.R. (NSW) 1 at p. 61) he said “We the colonists of New South Wales, “bring out with us” this first great common law maxim distinctly handed down by Coke and Blackstone and every other English judge long before any of our colonies were in legal existence or even thought of, that ‘Christianity is part and parcel of our general laws’; and that all the revealed or divine law so far as enacted by the holy scriptures to be of universal obligation, is part of our colonial law.”—This is the true basis of Australian law.

This sentiment didn’t change either when the Commonwealth of Australia came into existence on 1st January 1901. The preamble to the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act begins:

“Whereas the people of New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland and Tasmania, HUMBLY RELY ON THE BLESSING OF ALMIGHTY GOD, have agreed to unite in one indivisible Federal Commonwealth under the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and under the Constitution hereby established….


The very foundation of Australia that fosters “mateship” in our culture is steeped in Biblical commandments like “love your neighbour as yourself”.

About 80% of welfare agencies in Australia were founded by Christians and are still maintained by people who think this way. Christians began Melbourne’s first welfare, hospitals, orphanages, emergency accommodation, aged care. They began mechanics institutes, savings banks, libraries, benevolent societies, RSPCA, The Age and The Argus. The first schools in Australia were started by our Christians and only decades later were given over by the State as the responsibility of taxpayers—on the proviso that the Bible will always taught in our schools—a promise that is slowly being eroded by UNESCO and other Socialist agencies. 

We are a nation that has developed policies and laws that are the same for any culture that lives amongst us. But we are not a Godless nation, nor do we deny the backbone of the Christian principals that made us one of the most liveable places on earth. Everything that made Australia great has come from a culture that has its foundation steeped in the Bible and the 10 commandments.

So regardless whether the current wrapper over Australia is a thin sheet of Multiculturalism…our vast heritage and what makes Australia “Australian” is our Christian values, and the Christian platform to our law and Governance.