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|11-16-2010, 05:57 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2010
Islam on the march taking on the main political parties in OZ
the Islamics who are here are here because of UN based socialist policies by the Labour party in Australia, now they say they want more than multiculturalism and are attacking the party that brought them here , as now they want full muslim representation as their attempts to have sharia law imposed on the population has not worked well
this from todays paper
ISLAMIC leaders have declared war on the State Government, calling for pro-Muslim candidates to run in key western Sydney Labor seats.
Lebanese Muslim Association president Samier Dandan yesterday used the Eid al-Adha festival at Lakemba to outline his group's political ambitions.
In front of more than 5000 followers, Mr Dandan said Labor had to be kicked out of office at the March election.
"We want the Muslim people to have their say. We are telling them that Labor has not done the job and that it's time for them to go," he said.
Mr Dandan said the Labor seats of Auburn, Lakemba, Liverpool, Bankstown and Canterbury would be targeted. He did not rule out the possibility of running independent candidates at the election.
"I can't disclose our strategy but our message is clear. We need change. Our people have been marginalised and left behind," Mr Dandan said.
Mr Dandan, a member of the Arabic Chamber of Commerce who served as a Muslim Reference Group adviser to former prime minister John Howard, said councils and Labor MPs had discriminated against Sydney's Muslims.
"Enough is enough. Labor thinks these are safe seats. That's why they don't spend the money," he said.
"And the Liberal Party, why would they bother?"
Former NRL star Hazem El Masri has been sounded out by the Liberal Party to stand.
While Labor MPs were nowhere to be seen, Opposition Leader Barry O'Farrell sent an Arabic-speaking spokesman.
More than 25,000 people attended the Lakemba mosque yesterday to celebrate the second most important day on the Muslim religious calendar.
About 4500 Sydney Muslims travelled to Mecca for the annual pilgrimage, joining two million followers of Islam from across the globe as they descended from Mount Arafat.
The religious festival is held roughly 70 days after the end of Ramadan and remembers Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son Ishmael as an act of obedience to God.
These days, many Muslim families donate money to charities to slaughter lambs on their behalf.
Rawah Elsamen, from Greenacre, said she had donated her lamb to an overseas family.
Wangee Rd was shut down until 10am for the festival and police reported no incidents.
94% of muslims in Australia are on welfare or are the recipients of welfare ( meaning their kids)
we cant afford these parasites and now they want to take over
did i hear someone cry "Havok" ???