Muslims are killing non-Muslims all over the globe. Manchester, Paris, Berlin, Nice, Brussels, San Bernardino, Orlando, Fort Hood, Boston, Chattanooga, on and on and on and on, and this savage deceiver is whining about a Holocaust of Muslims. This inversion of reality is near-universal, as Western authorities wring their hands about islamofauxbia and fake hate crimes, ignoring or excusing the jihad against Israel, the Muslim persecution of Christians, and so much more.
“‘Could this be the fate of Muslims in the near future?’ Leader of hardline Islamic group says religion’s followers could be locked up in Australian ‘concentration camps’ like those used during war”, by Stephen Johnson, Daily Mail, May 22, 2017:
An Islamist extremist group says Muslims could be locked up in Australian ‘concentration camps’ and compared the possibility to the Holocaust.
Hizb ut-Tahrir wants to restore an Islamic caliphate based on sharia law and is so extreme, with its calls for jihad, that it is banned in Muslim-majority nations across Asia and the Middle East.
The political group’s spokesman in Australia Hamzah Qureshi told a conference at Campsie, in Sydney’s south-west, that ‘Australia had concentration camps’ during World War II and asked ‘could this treatment be the fate of Muslims in the near future?’.
During a later question and answer session, fellow leader Uthman Badar invoked the Holocaust, which saw six million Jews killed during the 1940s, and declared Muslims could not separate religion and politics.
‘The idea that it’s so inconceivable is always the case. If you asked someone in the 1920s whether something like the Holocaust was possible you’d be laughed at,’ Mr Badar said.
‘Things can, they may not, but they can go south very, very quickly. It’s something to keep in the back of your mind.’
He added that Muslims could not separate religion from politics.
‘For us, the political, the activism is necessarily and inextricably grounded in the spiritual. If you separate the two, that’s not Islam,’ Mr Badar said.
Media were banned from attending the extremist group’s Sunday conference ‘Hatred rising: Living Islam in a hostile West’ to possibly stop journalists from asking questions about their global constitution, which calls for ex-Muslims to be killed.
The event, however, was live-streamed on Facebook.
In a political call to arms, another Hizb ut-Tahrir leader Wassim Doureihi said Muslims needed to re-establish a global Islamic caliphate based on sharia law, which existed until the collapse of the Ottoman Empire in 1924.
‘We need to be part of a global effort to restore the Khalifah in the Muslim world,’ he said.
‘We need to contribute the revivalist efforts.
‘There’s still a lot we can do politically and ideologically which doesn’t necessarily problematise our presence here.’
A flyer for the event compared the idea of concentration camps for Muslims with the internment of German and Japanese people in Australia during World War II, which did not even resemble concentration camps in Europe.
Mr Qureshi said they had already witnessed raids and arrests on members of the Muslim community and a shift towards the ‘criminalisation of certain Islamic ideals’.
‘Could we see a future of complete state mobilisation against Muslims, large-scale arrests, raids or even concentration camps?’ he said…..
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