Tag Archives: Islamophobia

Protection Racket Hijacked

Dismay and disbelief across Muslim Australia today as community leaders condemned Abbott’s latest Islamophobic outrage.  Amid scenes of consternation, of much wailing and gnashing of teeth, reminiscent of much of their community’s grief over the thwarted mass-murder attempt on a train in France a few … Continue reading

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Women’s Islamophobia Forum, Melbourne

Team Australia (not) Researching my book, ‘Muslim Grievances – And More Utter Nonesense,’ looking for more material, I drop into the Islamophobia forum organised by the Australian Muslim Women’s Centre for Human Rights in Melbourne. Waving my Lifetime Lefty-Supporter Pass under the … Continue reading

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ISLAMOPHOBIA Vs ISLAMOBOLLOCKS – PART 3/4

(This is not satire) If we can’t kill them all, let’s call them names. The Soviets starting locking up their key dissidents in mental institutions in the 70’s after their courts pronounced them to be mentally ill. Why so? By criticising the … Continue reading

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On The Brotherhood’s Secret Service

Yassir Morsi Author of ‘Islamophobia is Racism’ (“Tell a lie, make it big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it.”) Considering the Goodes brouhaha, Yassir Morsi and other Islamists at the Centre for Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding … Continue reading

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18c or not 18c? That is the Question (Part 2)

As everyone with an ounce of intelligence knows (but none dares to publicly admit) the move by George Brandis to remove section 18c of the Racial Discrimination Act poses not just a threat to the rule of the multicultural junta … Continue reading

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What’s in a Word? Today: Islamophobia (Part 9)

Millions of Muslims took to the streets around the world today to express their outrage at the International Olympic Committee members’ decision – by a record vote margin of 500 to 1 – to host the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in … Continue reading

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What’s in a Word? Today: Islamophobia (Part 3)

Startling new evidence that the existence of Islamophobia pre-dates the creation of the state of Israel arises from unexpected quarters. Previously unpublished Hollywood archives appear to have two of America’s greatest pre-war intellectuals voicing concerns about Islam while manning a … Continue reading

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What’s in a Word? Today: Islamophobia (Part 2)

As everyone of course knows, the term Islamophobia was invented by (the now late) Mr Osama Bin Laden to refer to people who didn’t agree with his idea of rearranging the New York skyline. The term Islamophobia has long since … Continue reading

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What’s in a Word? Today: Islamophobia (Part 1)

Robert Fisk, the great journalist and apologist for all things Arab, writes in the Independent his regret that mainstream reporting in the UK greatly avoids the use of the word ‘Muslim.’ Unlike the rest of the world, he says, UK … Continue reading

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