Thursday, October 04, 2012

Alan Jones should Convert to Islam

Further to the Alan Jones comments scandal, a letter to the Sydney Morning Herald asked:
Can you imagine the uproar if a Muslim cleric had expressed these views?
We now know the answer. Not much.
In today's Oz:
LAWYERS for a self-styled Muslim cleric and his co-accused, charged with sending offensive letters to the families of slain Australian soldiers, have told the High Court the mail could be classified as political communication designed to convert bereaved relatives into protesters against the Afghanistan war.
Man Haron Monis, also known as Sheik Haron, is fighting for the High Court to quash charges of using a postal service in a menacing, harassing or offensive way, after he posted a series of letters to the families of diggers killed in Afghanistan.
One of Haron's letters was allegedly hand-delivered to the late Brett Till's widow Breeanna at his funeral.

In a letter to the late Gregory Sher's family, he allegedly wrote: "I feel bad that you have lost your son but I don't feel bad that a murderer of innocent civilians has lost his life."

Apparently that pales in comparison to what Alan Jones said about Julia Gillard's late Father. Because today's Australian (which according to the luvvies stands shoulder-to-shoulder with Jones and the AbbottAbbottAbbott) devoted about 300 words to the Muslim cleric and several thousand to Alan Jones.


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