Sydney, Australia: For Al-Quds Day Hate-Fest, Hard-Core Jew-Haters, Muslim and Non-Muslim, Could Only Muster 150-160
There are some 476 000 Muslims in Australia, according to the 2011 census results, most of them concentrated in just two cities, Sydney and Melbourne. However, it appears that the Sydney Muslims, though causing quite a lot of trouble in the suburbs where they dominate, do not yet - if the minuscule turnout at the Al Quds hate-fest in Sydney is any indication - feel quite strong enough to completely drop the mask in public.
One hopes, however, that ASIO and the Australian Federal Police were taking photos of each and every participant, and preparing to identify them and run background checks, since these are the ones who felt bold enough to parade down the street letting their genocidal hate for Jews be seen by anyone who cared to look and listen.
As reported by the Australian Jewish News and by jwire.
First, the AJN.
'An appalling display of hate'
'An ugly rally in Sydney's CBD last Friday marked the first time Al-Quds Day, a yearly event proclaimed in 1989 by Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, has been commemorated in Australia.
Let's hope it is also the last time...- CM
'Billed by organisers as a day promoting "a just peace for Palestine and opposing Israel's control of Jerusalem" and held on the last Friday of Ramadan each year, Al-Quds Day overseas has become a forum for anti-Semitic hatred and calls for Israel's destruction.
That is because for Muslims 'justice' means 'sharia' and/ or 'Muslims dominating and domineering over non-Muslims everywhere' and 'peace' means 'Muslims dominating and domineering over non-Muslims everywhere'. It therefore sticks in many Mohammedan craws that the Jews - whom Quran, Sira and Hadith and generations of Muslim 'theologians' and 'jurists' have taught them to hate like poison - have managed to liberate part of traditional ancestral Jewish land from out of the clutches of the Empire of Islam, and for sixty-plus years have defended that land and their (the Jews') right to live as free human beings rather than as cowering, terrorised, ruthlessly exploited dhimmis under a Muslim boot. - CM
'In Sydney, around 150 protesters with Iranian, Palestinian (sic; this word should have been in quotes, viz. "Palestinian" - CM) and Hezbollah flags (yep, the one that features a Russian-infidel-made Kalashnikov in pride of place - CM) gathered in Hyde Park and called for the end of Israel before marching to the United States consulate in Martin Place chanting slogans such as "Down, down Israel, up, up Khalifah [caliphate]".
Ah, but who will sit on the top of the dreamed-of Caliphate heap? Shiite Iran or the Sunnis who comprise the majority of Muslims worldwide...? I wonder what might have happened, had any attending Infidel newshound been brave enough to ask a few of the participants whether they were Sunni or Shiite Muslim, and then, whether they thought that their anticipated Caliphate would be ruled by Sunnis or by Shiites... - CM
'Speeches accused the Jewish State of being "the most tyrannical regime in the world today" and being "the only terrorist organisation", with Hamas and Hezbollah merely being resistance.
'Resistance'. Jihad gangs. - CM
"We want the removal of the entire Zionist regime from the land of Palestine", one speaker said. "We don't want the little dots on the map. We want the entire land. We want the removal of every single Zionist".
"We want the entire land". Islam, of course, lays claim not just to Jewish traditional land and the ancient Jewish spiritual centre of Jerusalem, but also to every last inch of planet earth, all of which is viewed as the rightful property of Muslims, Muslims, Muslims. -- CM
'Executive Council of Australian Jewry executive director Peter Wertheim said even many of the usual "motley crew of Israel haters" stayed "well away from this appalling event".
Perhaps the genocidal hate was just a little too much for all but the most dhimmified and/ or virulently antisemitic non-Muslim jihad enablers; and perhaps other Muslims preferred, for the moment, not to blow the gaff. - CM
"As one would expect from people who wave the Hezbollah flag and support an event promoted by the theocratic dictatorship in Tehran (that is, the Shiite Muslim sharia theocracy in Teheran - CM), the protesters called for the destruction of the only real democracy in the Middle East, the extermination of its Jewish population, and the establishment of an Islamic caliphate"
The megalomaniacal Caliphate dream - Islam, Islam, Ueber Alles, as John Roy Carlson refers to it in his book 'Cairo to Damascus' - is not confined to Shiite Muslims; see Hizb ut Tahrir, for one expression of the Sunni version. - CM
'he [Wertheim] said. "This sick nightmare is their vision for the future, nourished by hatred, religious supremacism, and violence. Such messages are thoroughly repulsive to most Australians and to all people who value life, freedom and dignity".
Yes. But, Mr Wertheim, I would hazard the guess that, behind closed doors, and inside the walls of many a mosque and Islamic School in Australian suburbia when they think the Infidels are not listening, a lot more than 160 Muslim residents of Australia share that nightmare vision. - CM
'NSW Jewish Board of Deputies CEO Vic Alhadeff commented: "As Australians, it is of great concern when people take to the streets of our cities and whip up the crowd with racially motivated hatred. (It's not racially motivated; it's ideologically motivated. The Muslims hate Jews because the Muslim 'scriptures' are suffused with Jew-hatred; a hatred based on religious affiliation and practice, not on race. A Jew who converts to Islam is absorbed into the ummah; whereas it was not possible for a Jew in Nazi Germany to become an 'honorary Aryan - CM) Whatever language the activists use when demonstrating, such hateful incitement has no place in a civilised society".
Mohammedan Jew-haters don't belong in a civilised society. If Australia hadn't imported thousands of Mohammedans we wouldn't have be-hijabbed women and bearded men screaming genocidal Jew-hate on a city street in downtown Sydney. And if we keep on importing Mohammedans, next year's Al Quds hate-fest will be bigger and louder and uglier.
And so to the jwire account.
'Al Quds rally in Sydney- we want the lot'.
'Iranian, Bahraini, Hezbollah and Palestinian flags dominated the Al-Quds rally held recently in Sydney's Hyde Park.
Hmm. Bahraini, eh? Ruled by Sunnis, but majority-Shiite. Query: was this rally so small because the Shiite presence in Australia is a lot smaller than the Sunni presence, and/ or because in light of the current stoush in Syria, Sunnis mostly weren't interested in being seen in public alongside Shiites, even in order to scream 'death to Israel'? - CM
'160 predominantly Muslim protestors assembled to listen to speeches before marching to the US Consulate in Martin Place.
'One of the speakers clearly outlined their domestic goal. "We are asking for the Australian government to impose sanctions against Israel. (In your dreams, Mohammedthug. I and many, many other Australians have every intention of making sure that that our politicians know that any such action would cost them dearly at the ballot box. - CM) Israel is the most tyrannical regime in the world today", he stated.
Really? I would put North Korea and Islamic Saudi Arabia at the top of the list of 'most tyrannical', side by side, with barely a whisker between them. And Islamic Iran wouldn't come in much below them. - CM
'The speaker (who was he? didn't jwire hear his name or make a note of it? - CM) then clarified their overseas goal. He stated: "When we say Free Palestine, we don't mean the (the little that is left). We want every square centimetre that has been occupied since the beginning. We want the removal of the entire Zionist regime from the land of Palestine. We don't want the little dots on the map. We want the entire land. We want the removal of every single Zionist."
'Zionist' at this sort of event being code for 'Jew'. The Mohammedans, therefore, want all of eretz Israel, and Jerusalem; and they want it Judenrein. - CM
'Other speakers at the rally included Jamal Daoud, Michael Coleman, Toni Borso, Sheikh Zaid Alsalami, and Hussein Al-Dirani.'
Michael Coleman is an Australian dhimmi (so far as I know, he has not actually converted to Islam...yet) and Jew-hater who was on the Mavi Marmara, acting as a human shield for Turkish Muslim Jew-hating jihadists. Toni Borso - a woman - is another of the same ilk. I hope ASIO is keeping tabs on both of them, but especially on Mr Coleman.
Jamal Daoud is a 'refugee advocate' and runs a 'Social Justice Network'. A quick trawl of the internet suggests that he is the same Jamal Daoud, described as 'a Saudi-born Palestinian' [sic] who complained of being a victim of 'religious and racial bigotry' after an Australian airport - on discovering he had been born and raised in Saudi Arabia - refused to interview him for a job. (Read down through the story you will find at this link
to read Mr Daoud's sob story. Frankly, I think the airport people are to be commended for exercising the precautionary principle. And again, I hope that ASIO have gotten in touch with Mossad and are keeping tabs on Mr Daoud.
And a quick google trawl revealed - courtesy of one 'Father Dave's Monday Missive' blog entry for July 30 2012, that a Zaid Alsalami of the Nabi Akram Islamic Centre, Granville, has been busy smilingly doling out the interfaith snake-oil to a bunch of terminally-naive proto-dhimmis:
If this is the very same Zaid Alsalami who addressed the ''Death to Israel' lynch mob at the Al Quds Day hate-fest in Sydney, then Rabbi Zalman Kastel and Father Dave have been, alas, sadly deceived.
I haven't been able to find out too much about Al-Dirani, yet, but I will keep my eyes open.
It is good that the attendance was so small, but I wouldn't assume therefore that these people are not dangerous. They should be watched; and, indeed, I would be very happy to see every Jew-hating genocide-inciting Muslim in that crowd packed onto a plane and given the boot, never to return.
I will add that the morning of the day of the rally (August 17th) The Australian newspaper published a quite good piece by one Peter Kurti on the subject of both the Al Quds hatefest and the despicable BDS campaigners, which I will put up in a separate posting, since it deserves it. - CM