Remembering Australia’s First Jihadist Attack – 1 January 1915

The Department of Veteran’s Affairs announced last March that the centenary of the Battle of Broken Hill on 1 January 2015 would not be formally commemorated by the Australian Government. That decision will now be seen in hindsight by many as a wise one indeed – following the fallout resulting from the horrific Martin Place siege perpetrated by self-styled Islamic cleric Man Haron Monis just two weeks ago that claimed his life and those of two innocent civilians.

h/t Marvin

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  • Drunk_by_Noon

    What are Australian lives compared to Muslims getting their feelings hurt? The sensibilities of Muslims are the most valuable thing of all.

  • Brett_McS

    That should have been the end of Muslim immigration right there, 100 years ago.

  • Islam’s war against the world started 1,400 years ago. It arrived in Australia 100 years ago. It continues to this day.

    Politically correct soliloquies about multiculturalism only obscure the reality of Islam’s war against the world.

  • Even if it is not commemorated, Islamists will STILL be mad.

  • WalterBannon

    F! all muslims

  • tom_billesley

    “the horrific Martin Place siege perpetrated by self-styled Islamic cleric Man Haron Monis just two weeks ago that claimed his life ….”
    … so Mad Hoon Monis had only a passive involvement ?