Mar 25, 2007

Because the Women Deserved It

“Bilal Skaf, the leader of one gang, organized the pack rape of a sixteen-year-old girl known as Miss D near a soccer field in the Sydney suburb of Gosling on the night of August 12, 2000. Fourteen Lebanese youths-pack raped Miss D that night.
Justice Michael Finnane, who presided over the Skafs' trial, described the assaults, in August 2000, as "one of the greatest outrages in criminal terms that has been perpetrated on the community in Sydney ... militarily organized gang rape involving 14 young men".
"What this trial showed was that he was the leader of the pack, a liar, a bully, a coward, callous and mean," Finnane said of Bilal Skaf. "He is in truth a menace to any civilized society".
Skaf is a weedy little bastard. Over the next 30 years he will most likely get a greater appreciation of the impact of rape.”
Source: - Australian News Commentary (Anna Marshal)

This case was one of a series in a rampage by members of the Lebanese community, in order to show their disdain for Australian culture and females. Over 50 young girls were pack raped during this time.
We have to accept that while not all crimes committed by people of different ethnic or cultural origins are necessarily, a reflection on those origins. In this case however, that community at the highest levels, actively condones them, and are still doing so.

The Mufti of Australia, Sheik Taj Din Al Hilali appearing on Egyptian television in mid-January this year, referred to the case as follows,” a young man can meet a woman, smile, arrange a rendezvous, and end up in jail for 65 years”. He then went on to point out that the youth was from Lebanon and was charged with rape, however as it was just after 9/11 he was charged in the name of Bin Laden. While accepting that he deserved jail, he said, “This is not really about crime. It is about racial prejudice”.

Late last year he delivered a sermon in which he likened immodestly dressed women to meat and suggested that they were as much to blame as their attackers.

Sheik Hilali sparked the controversy by telling hundreds of worshippers about adultery: "If you take out uncovered meat and place it outside on the street, or in the garden or in the park, or in the backyard without a cover, and the cats come and eat it ... whose fault is it, the cats or the uncovered meat? The uncovered meat is the problem." 



The sheik then said: “If she was in her room, in her home, in her hijab, no problem would have occurred”.
He said women were “weapons used by Satan to control men. 
It is said in the state of (adultery), the responsibility falls 90 per cent of the time on the woman. Why? Because she possesses the weapon of enticement”.


In this claim he makes it clear that Islam believes that, women of other cultures or faiths are asking to be raped if they do not dress to Islamic standard. These people obviously have some sick obsession with sex and control, and are pursuing the old idea of “society is to blame, not I”.

Even the Christian fascists of the dark ages, and the inquisition, in a thoroughly patriarchal society did not go to these extremes, and even if they had, enlightenment has occurred since. Islam on the other hand has not advanced in any way in 1000 years, and has in fact probably regressed.

The reasons for this are: -
(a) Failure to separate church and state.
(b) Blind, unquestioning acceptance, and obedience, by the people of the ranting of zealots.
(c) A refusal by followers of the faith to accept that women are equal, thus denying themselves the benefit of the wisdom of half of the population.
(d) An inability or unwillingness to engage in independent thought, probably because of the discouragement of such thought by clerics.

Another claim made by him, in the interview in Egypt was, "The Western people are the biggest liars and oppressors and especially the English race. The Anglo-Saxons who arrived in Australia arrived in shackles. We paid for passports from our own pockets. We have a right in Australia more than they have." 


This is symbolic of the arrogance and pompousness of followers of small-minded zealots who, until they discovered terrorism, were irrelevant, except for the oil deposits in many of their countries. It is probably significant that they failed to find it. For that they had to rely on the infidels.

This toad has outraged the moderate Islamic community who have called for his dismissal, but they do not appear to have the numbers to achieve this.

Australia has a long history of not only tolerance for, but also a deep respect for the Islamic people who were part of the pioneering tradition of the outback, through the efforts of Afghan camel drivers who provided the main source of supplies and communications in remote areas during early settlement.

Australia’s first Mosque was built in Maree in 1861 and The Ghan, an inland rail service was named in their honor so we don’t have a history of intolerance to these people.

It is tragic that relations with these people are being deliberately undermined by recent arrivals who wish to pursue their own political agendas.