Sunday, January 28, 2007


New South Wales Premier Morris Iemma wants Hizb ut-Tahrir banned:
"This is an organisation that is basically saying that it wants to declare war on Australia, our values and our people," he said.

"Enough is enough! And it's time for the Commonwealth to review this organisation's status and take the lead from other countries and ban them."
Iemma's attention was drawn by this guy:
A radical Muslim cleric has urged hundreds of supporters meeting in Sydney's south-west to join a global push to create an Islamic utopia.

Indonesian firebrand cleric Ismail Yusanto outlined his plan for instituting Sharia law, the absolute form of Islam, to a crowd of about 500 people gathered at the Khilafah Conference in Lakemba.

"Once the program is ready it must be implemented as soon as possible," Dr Yusanto said.

"Once successful, the new order would be just the beginning of the new era in the application of Islamic ideology.

The cleric went on to remind his listeners of the ultimate sacrifice in achieving a utopian Islamic state.

"There is no victory and glory without sacrifice and hard work," he said.

"No pain no gain."
The only achievement of utopians is the death of many millions. Efforts to establish a caliphate -- global, naturally -- could make the 20th century look peaceful by comparison. Stay tuned.

Via reader "genius".


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