Hizb ut-Tahrir, an extreme-radical Muslim gang outlawed in Britain, Germany, the Netherlands, Russia, and most Middle Eastern Muslim countries is hosting a seminar in Australia this month. The group has been banned because of "possible" ties to terrorist activities including the 2005 London bombings. The seminar is to generate support for an Islamic superstate, and recruit radical Mulim extremists.
Hizb ut-Tahrir preaches that the ancient caliphate that occupied Christian lands for 700 years from Spain to Iran shall rise again, this time in Oz, the Land Down Under - Australia. In the promotional video for the January 27 seminar, the gangsters say the world was plunged into darkness March 3, 1924 when the Ottoman caliphate ended under Kemal Ataturk.
The consequences were unimaginable: death, destruction, chaos, exploitation. After 80 years of the absence of the khilafate (caliphate) the Muslim world has awakened from its slumber, and the umma (the community of all the world's Muslims) is ready to resume its political destiny.Wassim Doureihi, a spokesman for Hizb ut-Tahrir, when asked if he wanted sharia in Australia, said yes, by peaceful means.
From the darkness will emerge a new light.
The caliphate is a political reality. It's imminent. There is a burgeoning Islamic revival, and it's only a matter of time before the caliphate is a state.
Oh! Well, that's different then. Never mind. As long as the destructuon of our countries, societies, the obliteration of our histories and traditions is by peaceful means, go right ahead. No one will notice. Just don't get in the way of the big screen plasma television on Super Bowl Sunday, or there'll be hell to pay.
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The Sydney caliphate seminar has been cancelled by a city counsel. "They made strong, negative comments inciting hatred towards women," Bankstown Mayor Tanya Mihailuk said. "Much stronger than Sheikh (Taj al-Din) al-Hilali's comments," she said of the controversial Sydney cleric who caused a storm last year when he likened scantily clad women to meat.
Good on ya, Sydney!
Bagel Blogger in Australia has very good coverage of this nonsense.
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