WRITTEN BY MJ
THIS IS ABSOLUTE GOLD: Hizb ut-Tahrir in Sydney condemns Waleed….
What’s Waleed going to do? Will he condemn Hizb ut-Tahrir for declaring they want a caliphate for Australia and that he has lost his place in Islam?
When I came across this article I couldn’t believe my eye’s, I was in a gleeful shock! My oh my, isn’t Waleed in a pickle and It couldn’t of happened to a better person. As we all know Waleed is projected as the perfect golden boy muslim the moderate new age muslim. The thing with Waleed though, is he is a perfect example of how The Muslim Brotherhood infiltrate into a modernized society projecting tolerance and a sense of normality, hiding the true agenda of Islam. Well, the true agenda has just hit the papers in black and white for all to see.
I am tickled pink about this article, as it has exposed Hizb ut-Tahrir yet again to what muslims believe, true muslims. They are Sunni muslims where worldwide their most important goal is a worldwide caliphate. Islamic rule sharia law over the world and over ALL people, that is Saudi Arabia’s goal. For that reason alone is why Saudi Arabia has the money flowing into all our countries building as many mosques as they can. Is why they fund Islamic television, radio stations, they poor money into our media outlets to sensor information from the public and manipulate Islamic school curriculum that is taught to westernized countries.
This article has skipped over some very vital information, completely ignorant to part of what Hizb ut-Tahrir stated. The media’s focus is only on how they’ve denounced Waleed as a true muslim and how other muslims should not celebrate this event.
WHAT ABOUT THE FACT: That Hizb ut -Tahrir state and admit that all good Muslims should strive towards worldwide caliphate? Have the media missed that or are they ignoring vital admission muslims should take over? Where is the public opinion of this admission, have they got such tunnel vision they can’t see the obvious?
What about Waleed, where is his response? Has he made a statement in response to Hizb ut-Tahrir’s public comments? I mean, calling a well known muslim not a muslim is pretty huge, but not only that, telling other muslims to not celebrate this achievement that is incredible. Pretty funny as Waleed constantly pushes the Islamphobia agenda, doesn’t condemn Isis and has always been consistent with degrading Australians. I guess with saying that it gives us a clear answer, he obviously will not respond or criticize Hizb ut-Tahrir as that goes against muslim code. The difference with Hizb ut Tahrir they are following prophet Muhammad’s agenda and for that reason is why they’ve denounced Waleed.
The real question is, is this a set up to throw the public off the thought, of Waleed himself being an operative of The Muslim Brotherhood?
BELOW ARTICLE FROM THE AUSTRALIAN.
Hizb ut-Tahrir slams Waleed Aly’s Gold Logie
Hizb ut-Tahrir spokesman Wassim Doureihi took to Facebook following Waleed Aly’s Logies win asserting Muslims should not be happy with the award.
Picture: Jason Edwards
MAY 11, 2016 12:00AM
Extremist group Hizb ut-Tahrir has launched an extraordinary attack on Waleed Aly’s Gold Logie win, claiming the media personality risked no longer “finding an adequate home in Islam”.
In criticism he admits would be “contentious”, Hizb ut-Tahrir spokesman Wassim Doureihi took to Facebook following Aly’s Logies win asserting Muslims should not be happy with the award. On his personal page, under the heading “Waleed Aly and the manufactured Muslim industry”, Mr Doureihi said he had “nothing personal against” The Project host and ABC presenter but argued “Waleed Aly’s Gold Logie, rather than being a cause for celebration, is a cause for commiseration”.
“To Waleed, for being a victim of the government’s self-serving identity politics, and for the Muslim community, in failing people like Waleed by making secular politics look more appealing than Islamic politics.”
Mr Doureihi, who sparked nationwide outrage and proposals to ban Hizb ut-Tahrir by repeatedly refusing to condemn Islamic State during a 2014 interview, did not respond to requests for comment yesterday.
Aly also could not be reached for comment on the matter, but he recently told The Weekend Australian Magazine that he focused on his work, not on being a public face for the Islamic community.
“I never wake up and go into work thinking how can I be Muslim about this or how can I be non-aligned about this,” he said.
In his 2007 book People Like Us, Aly had used a 2005 ABC interview with Mr Doureihi to criticise how some Muslim spokespeople would rather “err on the side of aggression and pride than be apologetic” — which he described as “humiliated arrogance”.
On Facebook, Mr Doureihi wrote that Aly represented a notion of a “good Muslim”, having secular, democratic views rather than an aim to establish an Islamic caliphate.
“Soon enough these personalities start to look down upon the very people they originally sought to assist,” he wrote. “Faced with a choice of engaging a fractured and sometimes unforgiving (Muslim) community, or engaging government and civil society who ostensibly value your input and reward you manifestly, the choice soon becomes too difficult to ignore.”