By: Aeneas Lavinium
International Civil Liberties Alliance
The Australian Defence League (ADL) will be demonstrating against sharia on 30 July 2011. The event will take place at Martin Place in Sydney which is between Elizabeth Street and Phillip Street (adjacent to Channel 7 studios). This will be the second demonstration organised by the growing ADL Movement which is well integrated into the global Counterjihad. The first demonstration took place in Melbourne and was designed to help develop the ADLs logistics.
Unlike Melbourne the support for the Sydney demo is huge and large numbers should be attracted. Concerns about issues related to sharia are widespread in Sydney and many people have already woken up to these.
In January 2011 the Coptic community of Sydney demonstrated about the treatment of Christians in Egypt (photos from the event can be seen HERE) which experienced Islamic colonisation in the early days of Islam. The invasion of Coptic Egypt was launched in December 639 and Coptic Christians are now second class citizens and subject to violence and intimidation in what was once thir country. The 2010 Nag Hammadi murders and this year’s new years day bombing in Alexandria demonstrate the reality of this quite clearly. The persecution of Christians in Egypt illustrates the second class status of non-Muslims in Muslim countries. Critics of the ADL may claim that sharia is not the law of the land in Australia, but neither is it in Egypt but sharia norms prevail there. Where ever sharia attitudes prevail, sharia atrocities inevitably seem to follow. If Australia wants to defend itself against sharia norms that are already being put in place and the sharia law that will come if this process is not opposed, then people need to join the ADL now. Otherwise Australia will eventually end up like Egypt or other countries where sharia norms prevail.
Ibrahim Siddiq-Conlon says the following with regard to sharia in Australia:
“One day Australia will be ruled by sharia, no doubt,” he declares. “That is why non-Muslims are worried, because they know one day they won’t be able to drink their beer, they won’t be able to eat their pork and they won’t be able to do their homosexual acts, because one day they know they will be controlled.”
More about Mr. Siddiq-Conlon can be found in THIS article on the website of the Australian. The unfortunate thing is that the groundwork for his vision for Australia is already been done by well meaning liberal politicians who pander to sharia norms.
Like its counterpart in England, the ADL is keen to involve people from all ethnicities represented in the population. While campaigning against the discrimination of sharia norms it wants to educate the public against other forms of discrimination such as that based on race. The ADL would like to call upon groups like the Copts to help them in this important mission since they already understand the dangers to freedom posed by sharia.
For more information about the ADL Sydney demonstration please see the Facebook page.