Winds of Jihad: Mosqueteers blame infidel “intolerance”

Get to know a Muslim or two, and your “misconceptions” will somehow (how exactly?) be dispelled!

AUSTRALIA: The president of the Islamic Research and Educational Academy says there is a greater need for Muslims to establish relationships with the broader community.

Waseem Razvi was the guest speaker at a community day at the Mackay Mosque, in north Queensland, yesterday.

He said there was a fear of the unseen but communication was the key to overcoming that.

Mr Razvi said a greater presence at community events would help build understanding.

“When you keep seeing each other and talk to each other, that will reduce any possible fears that can arise,” he said.

“So I think there are already initiatives but an added initiative is to go out of the mosque and attend church events and multicultural festivals which larger Mackay has”…

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  • Exile1981

    Bulldoze every mosque and replace it with a pig barn

    • mobuyus

      I thought they were pig barns.

      • Rosenmops

        The pig barns are cleaner.

  • First of all, one acclimatises one’s self to the country to which he now claims citizenship.

    Secondly, why haven’t there been efforts to acclimatise before? What is with this face-saving measure?

    Thirdly, churches are named after a patron (Saint Mark and so forth). Doesn’t anyone find it a trifle odd that mosques are named after conquests? That’s not peaceful.

  • pop

    No, I’ll stick to my perception.
    I’m racist religious intolerant.

    I don’t want my culture to integrate with head choppers.

  • bob e

    come the day, lads .. come the day