BEYOND THE DARKLANDS: In 2000, a series of brutal Lebanese gang rapes took place in Sydney. The gang leader was 18-year-old Bilal Skaf, who with his brother Mohammed, organised the abduction and rape of four girls in three separate attacks, one of them lasting more than six hours. Up to 14 men were involved, with the youngest just 13.
Playing the race card is an idiomatic phrase that refers to the act of bringing the issue of race or racism into a debate, perhaps to obfuscate the matter. It is a metaphorical reference to card games in which a trump card may be used to gain an advantage. [Wikipedia]
To the banana sucking, smart and articulate, spear chucking beasts (please fill in your own stereotype here …) looking at this page and fuming because they feel that they have been mortally vilified by Whitey – again, try reading Stupid Black Men: How to Play …
They might be Australian “Citizens,” but they have no respect for this country. They are Black, Middle Eastern, Arab, African, Asian and Muslim, and have a simmering hatred for the White inhabitants of this great Southern land. i.e. You and I.
BTW, the target of the proposed terrorist attack was to be Holsworthy barracks. A place I have both lived as a civilian (albeit an Army Brat) and worked as a soldier. [Wikipedia] If I went to school with you as a kid at Holsworthy High School – do not contact me. It’s a part of my life …
We will protect Indian students: Smith
The Advertiser | May 31, 2009
FOREIGN Minister Stephen Smith says Australia is doing all it can to prevent more attacks on Indian students.
They include two stabbings in Melbourne last week that have left one man fighting for his life in hospital.
Indian authorities believe there’s a racial element at work.
Mr Smith told Network Ten the government is working with the Indian community in Australia and India as well as state authorities to bring the perpetrators to justice and to ensure a safe environment for all international students.
Prime Minister Kevin …
Daily Telegraph | March 01, 2009
GREATER Union has pulled an Australian movie about Lebanese gang violence in Sydney within days of its release after brawls erupted outside screenings.
The film’s distributor, Australian Film Syndicate, said Greater Union informed them of the decision last night following violence outside cinemas, some of which occurred at Parramatta [more …]
Lebanese film star sentenced to prison for violence: http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/story/0,22049,25123833-5001021,00.html
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This movie is being portrayed differently around the country. In Sydney it’s about Lebanese gang violence. In Adelaide it’s portrayed as
Jeremy Pierce: Courier Mail | February 04, 2009
CHRISTIANS opposed to a Muslim school to be built next door to their centre say more protests will be futile after Gold Coast City Council approved the plan.
The proposed Gold Coast Islamic College, to house 60 students at Chisholm Rd, Carrara, made headlines late last year when hundreds of protesters stormed the city’s council chambers shouting Australian slogans while boom boxes blared out Oz rock classics.
The project has attracted more than 1000 objections, with only 67 written submissions in support of the school, even though Mayor Ron Clarke said …
Recently a Queensland radio announcer, a Mr Michael Smith of 4BC, raised the issue of banning Muslim female headdress. We know that he meant the full facial covering only practiced by a minority of Muslims. However, the mainstream media (MSM), Islamic Council of Australia and lefties everywhere have chosen to deliberately confuse the issue by zeroing in on Mr Smith’s poor choice of Muslim terms for headdress.
The actual word he used in his description was “hijab.” Not knowing exactly what a hijab is, I readily agreed until I discovered that Muslims have several different styles of headdress with a …
Gouger St shooter ‘an Iraqi Gulf War vet’, Adelaide court told
Sean Fewster, Court Reporter: The Advertiser | September 30, 2008
THE man charged over a shootout in Gouger St is a former Iraqi Army corporal and weapons expert with “extensive” ties to organised crime, a court has heard.
A prosecutor today alleged Gulf War veteran Ahmed Al-Khafaji fled interstate after the city shooting in May and tried to disguise himself with new tattoos and false identities in NSW and Victoria.
His defence teams rubbished those claims, saying Al Khafaji was an Iraqi refugee and tiler who voluntarily surrendered …
Tory Shepherd: The Advertiser | September 30, 2008
The “disappointing” results are from a 10-year survey called Challenging Racism, to be released at the 4Rs (rights, reconciliation, respect and responsibility) International Conference in Sydney this week.
A cultural gap yes,
but we’re not racist
ONE in two South Australians do not like the idea of a close relative marrying a Muslim, while one in three are against marriage to Aborigines or black Africans.
Despite this, only one in 10 actually admits to being racist.
Project leader Professor Kevin Dunn, from the University of Western Sydney, said yesterday the levels …