Sydney Australia bans Khilafah Conference - See trailer

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  1. LadyEagle

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    Khilafah Conference 2007 Advertisement (Sydney, Australia)
    This is the official trailer:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koA5hdnMCLQ

    Reportedly, Sydney Council banned this Islamic conference after they found out what it was supposed to be. Here's the article:

    http://www.theage.com.au/news/natio...amic-conference/2007/01/10/1168105052486.html

    Under the same circumstances, I don't believe the same result would have happened in the USA. We are too politically correct.
     
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    That is a conspiracy to undermine the Constitution of the USA!

    Quick send every available liberal to defend the Constitution of the USA against those enemies!

    :thumbs:

    Oh, I get it there ain't none willing to defend . . . the Constitution of the USA . . .

    :laugh:


     
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    This was the first peace loving muslim responce that I saw:
     
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    I dont think it would have been banned in the USA either. We are a country that allowes people we disagree with to speak their mind.

    We allow the KKK to have rallies. We allow Fred Phillips (westbro) to exist we even allow Christians to roam the streets telling homosexuals they are going to Hell.

    Everybody gets a voice here as long as they are not physicaly hurting anybody.
     
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    Yes, I believe you are correct. Banning hate-speech is PC, so we are less PC than a lot of countries.
     
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    If as your premise suggests that PC'ism bans hate speech, then we need more PC'ism.

    And a lot less hate coming from the muslims of the world.

     
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    It is hard for me to believe that Evangical Christians are calling for the banning of speach because it is considered hate speach.

    If I posted an artical that says a goverment is banning street preaching because it is considered hate speach, you would be on the complete opposite side of the same issue.
     
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    If you were to preach like the Muslims are preaching?

    I might agree that your preaching is hateful and is not intended to benefit anyone . . .

    I have witnessed to hundreds and when they are not willing to listen, I do not need to get in their face.
     
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    http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=38268

    'Bible as hate speech'
    signed into law
    [SIZE=+1]Canadian measure said to 'chill' opposition to homosexual behavior[/SIZE]



    Canada's governor general, the representative of Queen Elizabeth II, signed into law yesterday a controversial measure opposed by religious believers and free-speech advocates who say it will criminalize public expression against homosexual behavior.

    The bill, passed 59-11 by the Senate on Wednesday, adds sexual orientation as a protected category in Canada's genocide and hate-crimes legislation, which carries a penalty of up to five years in prison. The House of Commons passed the bill in September, 141-110.

    As WorldNetDaily reported, opponents have feared if it becomes law, the Bible will be deemed "hate literature" under the criminal code in certain instances, as evidenced by the case of a Saskatchewan man fined by a provincial human-rights tribunal for taking out a newspaper ad with Scripture references to verses about homosexuality.


    TO be consistant, you have to support the above law.
     
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    I agree, it is not needed. But I would not outlaw it because it offends.

    Would you outlaw the street preachers who hold signs of aborted babies. who yell at Mormons when they go to confrence, who say homosexuals are going to hell.
     
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    No, I would not outlaw street preachers . . . but liberals that support Canadian law against Christians being imposed here in the USA?

    YEP!

     
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    SO, to my point. You want what is clearly offensive out lawed. What if the next thing some goverment politition says is clearly offensive is Christianity.

    You see in Canada the law that I posted in the artical was proposed by an openly gay politition. We have them what if Christianity is next on the outlaw list.

    That is why all speach that does not directly hurt somebody is allowed.
     
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    Was this conference a call to murder people other than Muslims?

    If so, that is beyond hate speech, in my opinion, and is closer to inciting a riot, which is illegal in this country. I assume it is in Australia.

    I don't care if Muslims, Fred Phelps, the Black Panthers, or the KKK gather and tell me I'm a fat, homo, infidel (I fit one out the three...guess which one:laugh: ) who is going to hell. But, I do mind when they start telling their followers to come and execute me.

    I don't know if that is what was going to happen, but it shouldn't be allowed to happen.
     
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    They're welcome to call Brother Reed, or me, any of the above he cited, but if they came to send out their thugs for my head in my country, I'm getting my gun and coming after them first.
    Better them than me.
    Not that I mind dying.
    It's just nauseating to think that they want to come after you in your own place.
    Who do they think they are ?
    Muslims ?
     

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