Sunday, 11 April 2021

[Iron Burka / Oz / Groundhog Day / Fake News] Followers of the false prophet attending moskes during unholy month of Ramadan fear ongoing hate crimes (after years of confecting and carrying out attacks against 'unbelievers' in the name of their false god and false prophet made victorious through terror)

Muslims attending mosques during holy month of Ramadan fear ongoing hate crimes

By Zena Chamas
... Racism online can be harder to prove without enough evidence of intent to incite violence. But cyber racism is classified as an act of racism under the Racial Discrimination Act. AMAN wrote a formal letter to the head of Facebook Australia and New Zealand asking the social media platform to condemn the use of anti-Muslim dehumanisation on their platforms. ...

More whining about 'dehumanisation' on social media platforms as the false god continues to dehumanise 'unbelievers' and call for their death and mutilation in its blasphemous book at their ABC 

# Groundhog Day - a similar 'news' tale from 2020:

Queensland groups say racial hate crimes not taken seriously and stronger laws are needed

By Kate McKenna

Monday 14 September 2020

... Hate crime treated as 'wilful damage' Ali Kadri from the Islamic Council of Queensland, a member of the coalition, said the community sentiment was: "Nothing happens, there are not enough protections, and not enough repercussions for people who commit this type [of abuse]". In the aftermath of the Christchurch massacre, the words "St Tarrant" and a swastika were graffitied outside the Holland Park Mosque. ...

More 'wilful damage' at their ABC 

# allah does one of its party tricks - dehumanising humans by transforming them into minkeys and pigs:

[5.60] Say: Shall I inform you of (him who is) worse than this in retribution from Allah? (Worse is he) whom Allah has cursed and brought His wrath upon, and of whom He made apes and swine, and he who served the Shaitan; these are worse in place and more erring from the straight path.

# Burden of Damascus - the dangers of getting involved with the false god and its evil, terror-casting religion:

Why are young Australians being drawn to Islamic State?

By Paul Donoughue and Lucy Fahey

In Sydney, two teenagers try to board a plane to the Middle East to fight for Islamic State. In Melbourne, friends and family of Jake Bilardi, the teenager suspected of carrying out a suicide bombing in Iraq, try to come to terms with his actions. In a week that has seen high-profile examples of young Australians becoming swept up in violent extremism, we spoke to key players about what's luring young people to the militant group and what can be done to stop it happening. ...
More on those seeking to do some things at their ABC