Australia: Islamic leaders want parents to turn off Peppa Pig because it’s corrupting kids


From Honey Australia

Head of the Australian National Imams Council Sheikh Shady Alsuleiman has urged Australian parents to embrace a Muslim alternative to children’s’ favourite Peppa Pig.

According to The Australian, Alsuleiman wants parents to support shows that teach Islamic principles, to prevent young children being corrupted by mainstream TV. The council is backing One4Kids, a Sydney company producing kid’s shows with Islamic themes, including the upcoming Barakah Hills- pitched as alternative to British favourite Peppa Pig.

The new show tells the story of the Abdullah family who live in Barakah Hills, a small town ‘with a predominantly Muslim population.’ A fundraising campaign has begun for the show. The trailer said ‘Barakah Hills represents an ideal Muslim community and is targeted to a post-toddler, pre-school demographic of children. The show’s main objective is to show children what it is like to be a practicing Muslim as well as a good citizen in their community. . . “

“Yes please create a cartoon that teaches kids good moral values ie. sharing, neighbour rights, when it is time for prayer, they should stop everything and go n pray 5 times. No lying, no hitting, no shouting, getting dressed, obey parents, fasting. Everything that features the life of a Muslim.’

 Note the good little Muslim girls sitting behind the Muslim boys, with their heads covered. 

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  1. "…create a cartoon that teaches kids good moral values, i.e. sharing, neighbour rights"…. "No lying, no hitting, no shouting…".

    ROFLMAO.  I think my irony detector and my BS detector both just maxed out and broke.

    Because the entire Dar al Islam is just FULL of hitting, lying and shouting – and worse.  The damn Quran tells mohammedan males they can hit – THRASH – their wives, if they even 'fear' 'rebellion' from them.  

    Ayaan Hirsi Ali talks about the suspicion and aggression that are the 'default setting' of social relations in the Islamised societies of which she had ample experience as a child and young person.  Nonie Darwish in an article talks about the permission to lie that affects every sphere of life.  A Kurd from Turkey, now a Christian, who grew up in a 'moderate', well to do, educated Muslim family, spoke of the complete shock it was to him – as a Kurdish intellectual – when he got involved in a Bible translation project, translating the Gospels into his mother tongue, Kurdish. The Sermon on the Mount, in particular, was a total shock, because the patience and forbearance and forgiveness it taught as a central practice, was so *different* from everything he had experienced growing up as a Muslim – As he succinctly put it, "Among Muslims, you would always fight".  

    It is really quite interesing how *his* testimony about the 'atmospherics' of Islam, coming from a Kurd in superficially secularised Muslim Turkey, matches up *exactly* with that of Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who experienced Islam among Islamised east Africans, and among Arabs in Saudi Arabia…. and both match up with the testmony of Nonie Darwish, who grew up in Egypt – Darwish talks about the 'cursing prayers' that were *normal* in Mosques, and about evasion of personal responsibility, and lying and blaming others for one's failures and wrongdoings.

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