Islamic Council of Victoria – Propagandists of the Year
The Age Melbourne Magazine has published a list of the Melbourne’s 100 most influential people in a special Top 100 edition.
One of those listed is ICV’s Sherene Hassan, described oxymoronically as Muslim and feminist.
This indomitable woman has given more than 100 presentations on Islam this year, and if we are in any doubt as to the message she is spreading, just listen to her words:-
she “deplores that Islam is often linked with misogyny and is doing her utmost to confront this belief.”
Well Sherene, you’ll have to try hard, given that this month a 16 year old in Canada was allegedly killed by her father and brother for the crime of refusing to wear a hijab . And in Saudi Arabia, when a young woman was gang raped, the courts initially sentenced her to 90 lashes for "mingling", the crime of being out in public with a male who was not her relative, then increased her sentence to 200 lashes and six months in prison.
Sadly though, most Aussies don’t get a voice in these politically correct times, while the likes of Sherene are encouraged to spread their deceitful message to the naïve and ignorant.
“I’m passionate about building bridges” she says. “I don’t want my children to grow up and feel alienated. I’m bringing them up to be very proud Australians.”
I guess by that she means proud Muslims living in Australia, being careful to keep apart from infidel Aussies, except when on “interfaith” and other public relations junkets. Given that our government pours massive funding into privileging Muslims, Sherene’s children will no doubt be provided with special uniforms at state schools, and even their own Muslim toilets on campus, so they are not contaminated by infidels.
Maybe if the ICV truly wanted to build bridges, they would allow discourse about Islam, rather than rushing to take legal action under Victoria’s notorious vilification laws every time anyone tried to tell the truth about Islam and what is in the Qu’ran. But of course Islam is not about building bridges, but imposing its racist supremacist ideology and overturning our democratic freedoms.
Sherene boasts that she “encounters groups who are uncomfortable because they’ve never met a Muslim. At the end of the session, just being able to break down barriers and laugh and joke with them – that means a lot to me.”
Yes, I’m sure it does. It means your taqiya has worked its charm, and those people who had justifiable reservations about what Islam is and does will go away feeling reassured.
But one day they will realise they have been fooled and will join the growing chorus of those who realise the danger that Islam poses.
There’s still time to turn back the tide; let’s just hope we don’t leave it too late!