Why should Australians fear from Musl...

Why should Australians fear from Muslims?

There are 46759 comments on the Scoop story from Dec 23, 2007, titled Why should Australians fear from Muslims?. In it, Scoop reports that:

About 800 people gathered in Camden, NSW and raised their voice against the plan for an Islamic School to be built in the area.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Scoop.

sid

Chermside, Australia

#38311 Mar 31, 2013
Punjabi raj wrote:
<quoted text>
who care indonesia is stupid dum nation india can blow it up
India couldn't blow a ballon up
MalbarCACA Controllers

Luton, UK

#38312 Mar 31, 2013
KAKASLUMPIG wrote:
<quoted text>took the words right out of our mouths
So here are you KakaSlumpig, were you Out playing in your Pen ?
Shut up you curry-slurping fart knocker neegaar imbred cousin marrying sister molesting Muslim SLUMPIG!
fcuk off GO AWAY.
&fe ature=related
Leave your Father alone while hes looking after your Sister You Hairy BLACK Pig !!
GO HOME:

http://mirror-uk-rb1.gallery.hd.org/_exhibits...
MalbarCACA Controllers

Luton, UK

#38313 Mar 31, 2013
Monkey wrote:
<quoted text>
took the words right out of our mouths

Ha Ha Monkeys
http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2013/03/29...
Losers go home:
http://mirror-uk-rb1.gallery.hd.org/_exhibits...
Jack

Alice Springs, Australia

#38314 Mar 31, 2013
Punjabi raj wrote:
Muslim and Aussie should fear Indo penis up their backside cheeks. hahahaahhahahaa
&fe ature=related Filth
Monkey Controllers

Alice Springs, Australia

#38315 Mar 31, 2013
MalbarCACA Controllers wrote:
<quoted text> took the words right out of our mouths
Ha Ha Monkeys
http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2013/03/29...
Losers go home:
http://mirror-uk-rb1.gallery.hd.org/_exhibits...
Ha Ha Monkeys http://www.youtube.com/watch... Losers Go Home:
Memebase

Maribyrnong, Australia

#38316 Mar 31, 2013
Monkey Controllers wrote:
<quoted text>Ha Ha Monkeys http://www.youtube.com/watch... Losers Go Home:@ Beady
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_gu1wlAwdunU/TGIb7VM...
MalbarCACA Controllers

Luton, UK

#38317 Mar 31, 2013
Monkey wrote:
<quoted text>more took it out of our mouths
Ha Ha Monkeys http://www.youtube.com/watch... Losers Go Home:
http://mirror-uk-rb1.gallery.hd.org/_exhibits...
MalbarCACA Controllers

Luton, UK

#38318 Mar 31, 2013
Memebase wrote:
The Adelaidian's ^^^^^^^ NEW KNICKED NAME(s) IS (ARE).........

The Fly Swatters Footscray, Australia
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/cambodia/T5N...
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/cambodia/TT5...
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/cambodia/TFP...

The Fly Swatters Melbourne, Australia
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/cambodia/TT5...

who="The ADELAIDEAN FQUYTCHETEXIM4CUO TANC3KYP QUYTCHETEXIM4CUO TANC3KYP TEAM Melbourne & Footscray Australia ^^^^^^^"
#38316 6 min ago
wrote :

FAGGOT IMPOSTOR F*CKWIT GREY PEGASUS PONY Neighing, Plagiarizing and VOMIT

Go stuff your face with nuffins muffins ( https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images ...) Memebase ABDUL DERPY GREY PEGASUS Real Indian Sikh deranged, lunatic bastard we know all your nics, resistance is futile, useless Topix logs accessor git
Adelaidian

Sydney, Australia

#38320 Mar 31, 2013
MalbarCACA Controllers wrote:
<quoted text>
The Adelaidian's ^^^^^^^ NEW KNICKED NAME(s) IS (ARE).........
The Fly Swatters Footscray, Australia
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/cambodia/T5N...
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/cambodia/TT5...
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/cambodia/TFP...
The Fly Swatters Melbourne, Australia
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/cambodia/TT5...
who="The ADELAIDEAN FQUYTCHETEXIM4CUO TANC3KYP QUYTCHETEXIM4CUO TANC3KYP TEAM Melbourne & Footscray Australia ^^^^^^^"
#38316 6 min ago
wrote :
FAGGOT IMPOSTOR F*CKWIT GREY PEGASUS PONY Neighing, Plagiarizing and VOMIT
Go stuff your face with nuffins muffins ( https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images ...) Memebase ABDUL DERPY GREY PEGASUS Real Indian Sikh deranged, lunatic bastard we know all your nics, resistance is futile, useless Topix logs accessor git
Can you and you extended family, keep the noise down in the morning Thank you
Adelaidian

Sydney, Australia

#38321 Mar 31, 2013
Adelaidian

Sydney, Australia

#38322 Mar 31, 2013
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#38323 Mar 31, 2013
-

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...

We Are at War
The War on Terror exploits the tragedy of September 11 for the benefit of a very few.

By Johnny Barber
“We are at War. Somebody is Going to Pay.” George W. Bush, Sept 11th, 2001.

September 10, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- Eleven years later, we are still at war. Bullets, mortars and drones are still extracting payment. Thousands, tens of thousands, millions have paid in full. Children and even those yet to be born will continue to pay for decades to come.

On a single day in Iraq last week there were 29 bombing attacks in 19 cities, killing 111 civilians and wounding another 235. On Sept 9th, reports indicate 88 people were killed and another 270 injured in 30 attacks all across the country. Iraq continues in a seemingly endless death spiral into chaos. In his acceptance speech for the Democratic nomination for President, Obama claimed he ended the war in Iraq, well… not quite.

The city of Fallujah remains under siege. Not from U.S. troops, but from a deluge of birth defects that have plagued families since the use of depleted uranium and white phosphorus by U.S. forces in 2004. No government studies have provided a direct link to the use of these weapons because no government studies have been undertaken, and none are contemplated.

Dr. Samira Alani, a pediatric specialist at Fallujah General Hospital, told Al Jazeera,“We have all kinds of defects now, ranging from congenital heart disease to severe physical abnormalities, both in numbers you cannot imagine. There are not even medical terms to describe some of these conditions because we’ve never seen them until now.” The photographs are available on line if you can bear to look at what we have wrought. George W. Bush will loudly proclaim his “Pro-life” bona fides, and he’ll tell you he believes “that every child, born and unborn, ought to be protected in law and welcomed into life.” Apparently,“every child” doesn’t apply to the children of Fallujah, and the “law” doesn’t apply to George W. Bush.

Our soldiers, some physically damaged by IED’s, some mentally destroyed by PTSD, will pay for these wars for the rest of their days. Drug and alcohol abuse is out of control. Suicide among the troops is an epidemic. 2,916 Americans were lost in the towers on that fateful day, many, many more have perished in the intervening years.

Today we will be asked to honor the men and woman of our armed forces, but what does honoring the veterans entail? In its most recent report, The Veterans Administration estimates about 107,000 veterans are homeless on any given night. Mental illness plagues 45% of homeless vets and 70% suffer from some kind of substance abuse. So how do you honor our veterans? Are “Support Our Troops” ribbons still in vogue? How does our government honor our veterans other than use them as political pawns in stump speeches and cannon fodder for their wars?

henry

Port Pirie, Australia

#38324 Mar 31, 2013
MUQ wrote:
-
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...
We Are at War
The War on Terror exploits the tragedy of September 11 for the benefit of a very few.
By Johnny Barber
“We are at War. Somebody is Going to Pay.” George W. Bush, Sept 11th, 2001.
September 10, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- Eleven years later, we are still at war. Bullets, mortars and drones are still extracting payment. Thousands, tens of thousands, millions have paid in full. Children and even those yet to be born will continue to pay for decades to come.
On a single day in Iraq last week there were 29 bombing attacks in 19 cities, killing 111 civilians and wounding another 235. On Sept 9th, reports indicate 88 people were killed and another 270 injured in 30 attacks all across the country. Iraq continues in a seemingly endless death spiral into chaos. In his acceptance speech for the Democratic nomination for President, Obama claimed he ended the war in Iraq, well… not quite.
The city of Fallujah remains under siege. Not from U.S. troops, but from a deluge of birth defects that have plagued families since the use of depleted uranium and white phosphorus by U.S. forces in 2004. No government studies have provided a direct link to the use of these weapons because no government studies have been undertaken, and none are contemplated.
Dr. Samira Alani, a pediatric specialist at Fallujah General Hospital, told Al Jazeera,“We have all kinds of defects now, ranging from congenital heart disease to severe physical abnormalities, both in numbers you cannot imagine. There are not even medical terms to describe some of these conditions because we’ve never seen them until now.” The photographs are available on line if you can bear to look at what we have wrought. George W. Bush will loudly proclaim his “Pro-life” bona fides, and he’ll tell you he believes “that every child, born and unborn, ought to be protected in law and welcomed into life.” Apparently,“every child” doesn’t apply to the children of Fallujah, and the “law” doesn’t apply to George W. Bush.
Our soldiers, some physically damaged by IED’s, some mentally destroyed by PTSD, will pay for these wars for the rest of their days. Drug and alcohol abuse is out of control. Suicide among the troops is an epidemic. 2,916 Americans were lost in the towers on that fateful day, many, many more have perished in the intervening years.
Today we will be asked to honor the men and woman of our armed forces, but what does honoring the veterans entail? In its most recent report, The Veterans Administration estimates about 107,000 veterans are homeless on any given night. Mental illness plagues 45% of homeless vets and 70% suffer from some kind of substance abuse. So how do you honor our veterans? Are “Support Our Troops” ribbons still in vogue? How does our government honor our veterans other than use them as political pawns in stump speeches and cannon fodder for their wars?
It appears not only Muslim Iraq is in turmoil but also
Muslim Damascus
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/03/26/29531...
Muslim Pakistan
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/03/21/29464...
Muslim Mali
http://www.livemint.com/Politics/h9PK8wMbDfkA...
The Muslim world should look at how Christian Nations live in peace, and be tolerant of others.
Kaka The Street Pig

Port Pirie, Australia

#38325 Apr 1, 2013
Kaka kuku bubu wrote:
Begining to get bored with you halfwit, semi-literate, pig munching fools, I think I will visit some other forums for a while, now don't eat to many pigs, already you resemble and behave like them, we wouldn't want to be doing oink, oink, oink all over the place, the world s watching and already you idiots are a joke, see ya in a couple of weeks
Asta la vista......, shitheads - oh, Filth44 don't forget to write about you Grandpaws rape stories....LOL
I miss those Cesspools, I loved them when playing as a kid. Sometimes if we were lucky, we could stab a floating swollen Dead Dog and get the gas out of it for a laugh, O those were the days......

&fe ature=related

“Free Speech in a Free World ”

Since: May 10

May the Force be with You .

#38326 Apr 1, 2013
MUQ wrote:
-
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...
We Are at War
The War on Terror exploits the tragedy of September 11 for the benefit of a very few.
By Johnny Barber
“We are at War. Somebody is Going to Pay.” George W. Bush, Sept 11th, 2001.
September 10, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- Eleven years later, we are still at war. Bullets, mortars and drones are still extracting payment. Thousands, tens of thousands, millions have paid in full. Children and even those yet to be born will continue to pay for decades to come.
On a single day in Iraq last week there were 29 bombing attacks in 19 cities, killing 111 civilians and wounding another 235. On Sept 9th, reports indicate 88 people were killed and another 270 injured in 30 attacks all across the country. Iraq continues in a seemingly endless death spiral into chaos. In his acceptance speech for the Democratic nomination for President, Obama claimed he ended the war in Iraq, well… not quite.
The city of Fallujah remains under siege. Not from U.S. troops, but from a deluge of birth defects that have plagued families since the use of depleted uranium and white phosphorus by U.S. forces in 2004. No government studies have provided a direct link to the use of these weapons because no government studies have been undertaken, and none are contemplated.
Dr. Samira Alani, a pediatric specialist at Fallujah General Hospital, told Al Jazeera,“We have all kinds of defects now, ranging from congenital heart disease to severe physical abnormalities, both in numbers you cannot imagine. There are not even medical terms to describe some of these conditions because we’ve never seen them until now.” The photographs are available on line if you can bear to look at what we have wrought. George W. Bush will loudly proclaim his “Pro-life” bona fides, and he’ll tell you he believes “that every child, born and unborn, ought to be protected in law and welcomed into life.” Apparently,“every child” doesn’t apply to the children of Fallujah, and the “law” doesn’t apply to George W. Bush.
Our soldiers, some physically damaged by IED’s, some mentally destroyed by PTSD, will pay for these wars for the rest of their days. Drug and alcohol abuse is out of control. Suicide among the troops is an epidemic. 2,916 Americans were lost in the towers on that fateful day, many, many more have perished in the intervening years.
Today we will be asked to honor the men and woman of our armed forces, but what does honoring the veterans entail? In its most recent report, The Veterans Administration estimates about 107,000 veterans are homeless on any given night. Mental illness plagues 45% of homeless vets and 70% suffer from some kind of substance abuse. So how do you honor our veterans? Are “Support Our Troops” ribbons still in vogue? How does our government honor our veterans other than use them as political pawns in stump speeches and cannon fodder for their wars?
"MUQ",the world has been at war ever since religion commenced .
Look out into the world and see how many people have died because they believe their belief in god is stronger so all others are inferior so they must either join them or die.
Religion is guilty
MalbarCACA Controllers

Torrance, CA

#38327 Apr 1, 2013
Neville Thompson wrote:
<quoted text>
"MUQ",the world has been at war ever since religion commenced .
Look out into the world and see how many people have died because they believe their belief in god is stronger so all others are inferior so they must either join them or die.
Religion is guilty
Who cares?

^^^^Sorry about that, that nic was used to annoy a Mauritian troll attacking our Australian forum which includes the one attacking me and as well as to get the troll away from the Australian forum while using as many illogical fallacies as possibles to degrade him out.

More can be learnt via The Adelaidan and Aggrolite.

Come on MalbarCACA Roger - learn us.
Taxi Controllers

Woodside, Australia

#38328 Apr 1, 2013
MalbarCACA Controllers

UK

MalbarCACA Controllers

Chicago, IL
----------
Passengers have a right to expect taxi drivers to be neat, clean and tidy in appearance and without offensive body odour.

http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2394/2454541502...
MUQ

Qatif, Saudi Arabia

#38329 Apr 1, 2013
-

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...

We Are at War (Contd.)
The War on Terror exploits the tragedy of September 11 for the benefit of a very few.

By Johnny Barber
“We are at War. Somebody is Going to Pay.” George W. Bush, Sept 11th, 2001.

84,000 American troops remain in Afghanistan. While the occupation is rarely mentioned in the U.S. mainstream media, that doesn’t mean the killing has stopped. On average, one U.S. soldier dies everyday. Not an enormous sum, unless it is your mother, father, son or daughter that has perished. Few Americans notice. Afghan loses are not reported. They have loved ones who grieve as well.

The American public has turned their attention to feeding their families, keeping their homes, and finding employment. But what of the $2 billion dollars per week we are spending on war in Afghanistan? What would $2 billion per week look like in our devastated communities, in our schools, in creating jobs or in caring for our elders? Politicians in both parties claim our first priority is to reduce the debt. If they were really serious, if they were honest, they would end this occupation and stop calling for cuts to Medicaid, Food Stamps, and Social Security.

And what is the price extracted from the Afghan people? Security is still a dream, even in Kabul. As I write this, 6 people have perished in a suicide bombing outside NATO headquarters, in the heart of Kabul. Several of them were impoverished street kids, peddling packs of gum to the westerners who frequent the area.

Hilary Clinton, Madeline Albright, Jan Schakowsky, and other prominent American women claim American forces are necessary in Afghanistan to protect the gains made in woman’s rights. On Sept 6th, Emma Graham-Harrison reported in the Guardian that 3 women in Kabul were attacked by a group of men because of their work as television actresses. One of the women was murdered. After seeking treatment at the hospital, the two survivors were taken to prison, where they face intrusive virginity tests and possible charges of prostitution or collusion in the attack. They face long prison sentences. This is not the Taliban; this is woman’s rights in Afghanistan today, rights that Hilary Clinton fears will be rolled back!

On the streets of Kabul it is not unusual to see burka clad women clutching starving children begging for spare change. Poverty and hunger is even worse in Kandahar and Helmand, areas that have seen some of the most intense fighting of the war. In southern Afghanistan 29.5% of the children are suffering from severe malnutrition. This compares to famine stricken areas of Africa, yet, officially, there is no famine in Afghanistan and hundreds of millions of dollars of humanitarian aid has flowed into the country.

In America, 35 million people are hungry or do not know where their next meal is coming from and 13 million of them are children. Who benefits from the “War on Terror”?
MUQ

Qatif, Saudi Arabia

#38330 Apr 1, 2013




On Sept 2nd, Hamid Karzai announced his choice for the new intelligence chief, Asadullah Khalid. Khalid is currently the country’s minister of tribal and border affairs who oversees its southern security forces. In 2009 Richard Colvin, Canada’s former deputy ambassador to Afghanistan, testified before Canada’s parliament that his team had uncovered “very credible” evidence of torture, which allegedly included Khalid’s direct involvement.“He was known to have had a dungeon in Ghazni, his previous province, where he used to detain people for money, and some of them disappeared,” Colvin said in his testimony.“He was known to be running a narcotics operation. He had a criminal gang. He had people killed who got in his way.” Khalid and Karzai dismiss the allegations as unfounded.

In Kabul, children freeze to death in the winter, and they starve to death all year round. Meanwhile on the edge of Kabul a “New City” is being built. Hamid Karzai’s brother, Qayum Karzai, the owner of a construction company, benefits as his company “wins” government contracts without the hassles of competitive bidding. Karzai’s relatives are also benefiting from lucrative contracts in the oil and mineral sectors. In late 2011, Watan Oil and Gas, a company controlled by President Karzai’s cousins Rateb and Rashid Popal gained a contract with China’s National Petroleum Corporation. In 1989 Rateb was convicted for smuggling drugs in the U.S. and spent more than eight years in prison.

The Popal family’s company, Watan Risk Management, also worked as a contractor for the US forces. In 2010, they were accused of paying off Taliban insurgents with a cut from NATO contracts. According to the NY Times, another brother, Ahmed Wali Karzai was involved in the heroin trade and was also on the CIA’s payroll for several years before his assassination in 2011. The Karzai family now brings in billions of dollars a year. 42% of Afghans live on less than a dollar a day. So we are bent on ridding Afghanistan of the Taliban while the government is full of warlords, gangsters, and drug dealers.

Since America’s intervention in Afghanistan, the heroin trade has exploded, doubling opium production. Afghanistan is now the source of 90% of the world’s heroin. This dovetail’s nicely with America’s “War on Drugs.”
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#38331 Apr 1, 2013
NT wrote:
"MUQ", the world has been at war ever since religion commenced .
Look out into the world and see how many people have died because they believe their belief in god is stronger so all others are inferior so they must either join them or die.
Religion is guilty
Ans.

Told you many times before that "very few" wars have been fought on the basis of religions.

Most of fights and wars have taken place because of human greed and their lust to exploit the wealth and resources of other nations.

Sometimes they just camouflage their true intention and give it a religious tint.

Islam never asks non believers to accept Islam or die. It asks them to stand clear from the path of Islam and do not create road blocks in its path of natural propagation. Islam only demands its right to be preached to people and every one should be left free to accept it.

Now coming back to the subject of wars, let us see for past 100 years, which religious issues / religions caused these major wars?

A WW-1?

B. WW-2?

C Korean War?

D. Vietnam War?

E. Arab Israel wars of 1948, 1956, 1967, 1973…..

F. Russian invasion of Afghanistan?

G. Kashmir conflict?

G1. Wars in Cambodia?

G2. Falkland War of 1982?

H. Iran / Iraq war 1979-1989?

J. Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990 and Gulf War?

K. US invasion of Afghanistan in 2001?

L. US Invasion of Iraq in 2003?

Tell me which religious issues were at the bottom of these wars?

I can show you that most of the wars during past 100 years have been fought on non religious issues.

And the same is the case with most of earlier wars in earlier times also.

But people find it "convenient" to blame religions for most wars and get their conscience clear of the guilty feelings.

Your comment is therefore amateurish and lacks any conviction.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Terrorism Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
News Istanbul explosions: At least 20 wounded in twi... 6 hr CHRISTINE 1
News Muslim cleric appears in court fighting against... 20 hr Burned 1
News America needs security, not the appearance thereof Dec 8 Give me Faith 13
News 'The War Is Not Over' (Sep '06) Dec 7 Pegasus 276,634
News Muslim cleric is in US court fighting against d... Dec 6 Wheelz 1
News Why Christian Trump Supporters Hate Jesus Dec 3 jeff 5
News Obama's questionable actions: Many are using th... Nov 27 Caesar 3
More from around the web