Hizb Ut-Tahrir in Sydney Calls for Jihad to Create Caliphate
The militant Islamic group Hizb ut-Tahrir, banned from one venue in Sydney, found another one willing to rent them space for their convention, at which they promptly called for jihad to create an Islamic state. (Hat tip: LGF readers.)
AN extremist Islamic group has called on Australian Muslims to prepare for jihad against anyone standing in the way of an “Islamic superstate”.
Radical clerics from the militant Hizb ut-Tahrir group converged on Sydney yesterday to deliver their message — kill Muslims and non-Muslims who threaten the unification of the world’s 57 Islamic countries under the one leader.
“If two people are united and a third person comes along and tries to incite disunity … kill him,” Palestinian Sheik Issam Amera said.
“Muslims are not unique in doing so, as most nations kill those charged with treason.
“The establishment for Khilafah (Islamic superstate) is an Islamic duty. The evidence for the duty for establishing Khilafah is confirmed in the Koran.”
Unfortunately, Australia has its share of willfully blind multiculturalists as well:
The six-hour session of violent rhetoric came after NSW Police Minister John Watkins called for the meeting in Sydney yesterday to be banned.
Attorney-General Philip Ruddock rejected calls to ban the group and demanded more evidence.
“I think it’s time that Mr Watkins puts up or shuts up in relation to Hizb ut-Tahrir. If he has evidence that he believes warrants its proscription he should make it available to the Commonwealth so it can be considered.”