Feb 24, 2017

Time to put the stealth back in #stealthjihad

For a secret movement ostensibly trying to take over Australia, the stealth jihad seems to have an awful lot of public screw-ups.

Shakira Hussein — Writer and academic in multiculturalism

Shakira Hussein

Writer and academic in multiculturalism

Note to Muslims living in Australia: it’s time to put the stealth back into #stealthjihad. We’re in the middle of a covert operation to bring about the fall of Western civilisation. If you’re going to engage in regular bullshit and pratfalls, at least try to keep it off Facebook and national television.

“’Like a script from a mafia movie’ -- Peak Muslim body AFIC descends into turmoil” reported The Sydney Morning Herald on Monday, drawing its headline and much of its assessment from Muslim Facebook discussions. Actually, the situation described in Rachel Olding’s report sounds more like a farce than a mafia movie, as a small group of middle-aged men struggle for control of the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils. Last year, the leadership committee of AFIC was forced to stand down after federal funding was withdrawn from its schools in response to court findings that money had been improperly channeled to AFIC.

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One thought on “Time to put the stealth back in #stealthjihad

  1. old greybearded one

    Trad is a serial dimwit and it reflects badly on the Islamic council they they allow him near. I am concerned about this stoush. It makes Muslims look crooked and corrupt. Unfortunately, one of the parties makes a lot of money from Halal certification which is a free kick to the Hansonites. This undoes the brave work done by moderate,m logical Imams. I consider Halal certification to be a fact of business for exporters, (not much different from how I killed meat on the farm) but it should not be a big money spinner adding too much to costs. Were this the case the whingers would have nothing to whinge about (though they would find something). We don’t complain about Kosher, but it is a bit less lucrative it would seem

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