Hizb ut-Tahrir Islam in Australia



Smack down of wake up for the ”wrong gender’ media.

h/t. Friends of the Q Society

Islamic fascists unveil their hate

Sheik Ismail al-Wahwah outside the Hizb ut-Tahrir event in Lakemba.

Sheik Ismail al-Wahwah outside the Hizb ut-Tahrir event in Lakemba.

Alison Bevege

Alison Bevege.

I WAS directed to the back of the room, far from the business of the evening. “Why must I sit at the back?” I asked, “I want to sit at the front.” I was not permitted because of a physical characteristic over which I have no control.

Like Mississippi blacks in the 1950s sent to the back of the bus for the colour of their skin, I was segregated due to my gender.

The public meeting was organised by political group Hizb ut-Tahrir to complain about Western intervention in the Middle East and ­declare a “new world order” under Islam. They forced non-Muslims into gender segregation, openly discriminating against women.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott wants to ban Hizb ut-Tahrir, and has called them un-Islamic.

Sheik Ismail al-Wahwah mocked him for this.

“He’s a mufti too? He is takfir.” The word “takfir” signifies an “unbeliever” and the sheik is right — Tony Abbott is no authority on Islam.

For more than a decade governments have replaced the word “Islamist” with “terrorist” to avoid offending the religious or fuelling bigotry against innocent Muslims.

Sheik al-Wahwah said the police even asked him to wipe “blessed” from the meeting title “War to end a blessed revolution”.

Euphemisms such as “death cult”, “hate preacher” and “un-Australian” have further ­debased the dialogue.

It is contemptuous of the public to suggest they aren’t smart enough to be told the truth with accurate words — or to guess it without.

From sloppy words comes sloppy thinking. The war on “terror” is a war on Islamist fascism.

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