Skip to comments.Hate sites push terror call
Posted on 07/15/2006 5:42:31 PM PDT by Presbyterian Reporter
EXTREMISTS have used Australian internet sites to urge young Muslims to back international terrorism.
The website chat rooms have also attracted messages of support for terrorist and anti-semitic rants.
A site for Muslim youth this week featured an 11-page diatribe attacking moderate Muslims.
The statement, posted on Monday, attacked moderate Muslims for condemning "the activities of Muslims abroad".
The message, on the Sydney Muslim Youth Forum, called for followers of the faith to uphold values that oppose Western beliefs.
"Our value as Muslims lays (sic) in our adherence to Islam's principles, even if these principles are not compatible with the dominant political, social, economic or intellectual trends of the day," it said.
"Seeking the approval of non-Muslims in order to achieve a brief gain in this worldly life is obviously a short-lived benefit."
Messages of hate are among a range of opinions, many mainstream, voiced on the websites that are accessed by Muslims Australia-wide.
In a chat forum on the youth website, a participant who called on Muslims to embrace Australian values, was warned: "We are more than 2.4 billion (in number) and Islam is the fastest growing religion on Earth . . . Be nice to us, the future is Islam."
On another site, Muslim Village Australia, a member identified as "Muslim4Life" called on Muslim nations to rally against the West.
"Reality suggests that Muslims are not doing enough to alleviate their humiliation and suffering," Muslim4Life said.
The death of notorious terrorist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi prompted some members to attack fellow members who rejoiced that the terrorist was dead.
"As for the Muslim, he does not celebrate the killing of a Muslim," one said.
Another section on the site calls for a boycott of products made by companies allegedly supporting Israel.
Many site comments favour peace and harmony.
Muslim Village founder Ahmed Kilani said the website was not responsible for radical statements made by members.
He said some "stupid comments" were made, but most were positive.
Track them down, try them, then kill them.
This is news to someone? Maybe to Clinton voters.
All muslims who promote anti-western beliefs should immediately be deported as a threat to National Security.
Once they become contaminated with the Anti-western bigotry its not long untill they become potential killers and the civilised world cannot afford to take that chance.
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