“Muslim Calling for Beheading Not Extreme”, says Moderate Muslim, Suing for Defamation

Sydney Muslim suing for defamation – it’s not extremist to call for Beheading,

Muslim law, Sharia law requires it,

Says he’s a normal Muslim, not an extreme Muslim.


Violent Muslim Riots fill Sydney streets Sept 2012

Violent Muslim Riots fill Sydney streets Sept 2012


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The Cronulla Riot 2006 – The Truth

Multi-Cultural Australia and Australians find Islam and Muslims one Culture that is hard to swallow

The Truth of what has become known as the Cronulla Riot has never been told to the Australian public, a political and Media cover-up, desperate to protect the political ideology of Multiculturalism they allowed ordinary Australians to be branded as ignorant bigots and racists while Islamic extremism was allowed to spread under the cover of the protected brand “Moderate Muslim”.

Cronulla riots: Lebanese Muslim gang behaviour incites riot

Martin Lehmann – 13 December 2005

The left-wing, politically correct mainstream media had a field day blackening Australia’s reputation following the Cronulla riots.

All Arabs unite as one, we will never back down, the Aussies will feel the full force of the Arabs. Destroy everything, gather at Cronulla December 18 at midday – spread the word. Together exterminate the enemy at Cronulla. Send this to every lion of Lebanon. – Text message circulating amongst Lebanese gang members

Tension had been building for months as gangs of Lebanese swarmed on to Sydney’s Cronulla beach, jostling elderly patrons, abusing Australian families and threatening to “rape Aussie sluts” for wearing bikinis. They did not come to enjoy the beach in the Australian tradition. They came to flout their disrespect for Australian culture and for Australian law and order.

Matters came to a head the previous weekend when two young Australian lifesavers were bashed by a Lebanese gang.

Following a series of text messages, 5,000 Australians turned up on Sunday December 11, 2005 at Cronulla determined to “reclaim the beach”.

Unfortunately, the combination of alcohol, hot sun and a group of neo-nazi infiltrators turned the demonstration into a raging mob.

There were disturbing scenes of mob violence and attacks on police and ambulance officers.

Meanwhile the Lebs were planning a speedy retaliation. After dark, more than 40 carloads of Lebanese thugs descended on nearby Maroubra and indulged in an orgy of smashing car windscreens, jumping on car roofs, smashing shop windows and beating up anyone of Anglo appearance.

One man was stabbed in the back in a cowardly attack.

That evening around 100 locals of Punchbowl, New South Wales (a suburb 20 km to Cronulla’s north–west) gathered together at the local Punchbowl Park. Additional groups, armed with baseball bats, also gathered at The Promenade and Arncliffe Park.

The groups formed a convoy of “more than 40 cars” and drove down to the beaches “to get revenge” with many of the cars ending up in Maroubra.

At 22:45 the cowardly police command ordered police  “not to approach convoys of men of Middle Eastern appearance” however car details and registration details were to be recorded.

A local of Maroubra reported that each of the cars that arrived was “full, you know had four passengers.” The convoy was reportedly armed with bars and bats, knives, machetes and guns. The group assaulted several people, knocking one unconscious and threatening another with rape, and damaged between 60 and 100 cars, setting at least one on fire.

Police in riot gear moved to contain the violence and the crowds responded by throwing bricks and glass. Residents reported that in some streets “every car” had had their windows smashed, with glass covering the streets. Police also confiscated 40 iron bars and arrested 14 people.

A 26-year–old mechanic dubbed “Dan” was stabbed in the back three times and twice in the thigh with a 9.8 centimetre blade. The incident occurred outside Woolooware golf club when two cars carrying a group of males “described as being of Mediterranean or Middle Eastern appearance” approached the man and his friends. Dan and his friends attempted to flee from the group who were shouting “Get the Aussie dogs … get the Aussie sluts”, Dan was knocked to the ground and was repeatedly kicked in the head. The attack ended when the 9.8 centimetre knife snapped off in the victim’s back.

He was taken to hospital in a serious condition as the blade had narrowly missed his spine and lungs.

Jake Schofield was attacked by a group of four men of “Middle Eastern appearance”, the men beat Schofield repeatedly, stabbing him twice and hitting him with a piece of concrete before stealing his wallet and keys. The attack left him with a fractured eye socket and fractured nose.

How did the print media portray it? All the emphasis was on the “racist” attacks by Australians. Very little mention of the Lebanese thuggery.

Leb leader
Lebanese gang leader, Jeffrey Ismail was sentenced to 12 months jail for helping to organise the revenge attacks.


I trawled through the websites of the mainstream media next day, including The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph and the Herald Sun. There were dozens of pictures of the Cronulla riots but not one picture of any of the dozens of car and shopfronts trashed by the Lebanese gangs. There were no pictures of the Leb gang members, not even a picture of the man who was rushed off to hospital with a Leb knife protruding from his back.

The mainstream media, particularly the print media, are an absolute disgrace.

The journalists portrayed the Cronulla riots as “racist” attacks but the lebs orgy of destructions is dubbed a “retaliation” attack, totally ignoring the clearly racist insults, text messages (above) and threats by the Muslims.

The Leb problem has been simmering for years, but the journos have applied a Maxwell Smart cone of silence. People like ex-NSW detective Tim Priest have been warning of the dangers of Lebanese criminal gangs for years.

The night after the riots the detestable Ellen Fanning interviewed Prime Minister John Howard on Nine’s A Current Affair. In an incredibly biased piece of journalism Fanning desperately tried to get Howard to say that the Cronulla riots were racist and indicative of racism in Australia. Howard, to his credit was having none of it.

Even the electronic media refer to Cronulla as “race riots” and the Lebs violence as “ethnic violence”.

If the media had done their job they would have exposed the looming problem with Lebanese lack of respect for law and order months or even years ago and perhaps avoided Sunday’s confrontation.

It is no wonder that journalists are so despised.

Some time later, journalist Miranda Devine, gave a more balanced account of the incident, although she couldn’t avoid the racist slur, when she wrote on December  22, 2005 While the NSW police lock down entire beachfront suburbs, instruct stores to stop selling baseball bats, and apply the full force of the law to pasty-faced nerds with a taste for Nazi literature, they continue to cower from the real hardmen, the Lebanese-Australian criminal gangs of Sydney’s south-west who have ruled the roost in this city for at least a decade and now number in their thousands.

So when parents and children attending Christmas carols on Monday night, December 12, at St Joseph the Worker Primary School in South Auburn were abused and spat on by “young men of Middle Eastern appearance”, there were no police to protect them. Not even when the sounds of gunshots echoed inside the church, and parked cars were pumped full of bullets. “Police were called by a number of parents and the principal, but they were unable to attend because they were needed elsewhere,” said Cardinal George Pell in a statement.

The police were busy that night – Sydney’s mini Kristallnacht “night of the broken glass” – as carloads of men drove east from Lakemba and Punchbowl to systematically attack whole streets of parked cars with bats and machetes. Identified by police as being of the proverbial Middle-Eastern appearance – code for Lebanese Muslim, despite the fact many are second-generation Australians – they also stabbed a man, smashed a woman’s head with a bat, attacked another woman in a pizza shop and a man who was putting out his rubbish.

They were extracting revenge for the riot the day before on Cronulla beach when a protest against continuing intimidation of beachgoers by thugs described as Lebanese turned ugly and drunken racists attacked passers-by suspected of being “Lebs”.

This was not the first such embarrassment of the police in the face of belligerent swarms of young Lebanese men. A retired detective, Tim Priest, in a lecture delivered exactly two years before the Cronulla riot, said:

“In hundreds upon hundreds of incidents police have backed down to Middle Eastern thugs and taken no action and allowed incidents to go unpunished. I stress the unbelievable influence that local politicians and religious leaders played in covering up the real state of play in the south-west … My prediction is that within 10 years there will be no-go areas in south-western Sydney, just like Paris.”

More arrests over Cronulla reprisals

MARK COLVIN: PM – Friday, 10 February , 2006  18:29:00

In Sydney, eight people have been arrested over the so-called reprisal attacks which followed the Cronulla riots last December.

The day after the race riots, gangs of youths smashed cars and beat people in beachside suburbs in apparent revenge for the attacks on people of Middle Eastern background.

While the State Government allowed itself a pat on the back after today’s arrests, the Opposition says police need more resources to fight gang violence.

The arrests came a day after the first person convicted over the original riot walked free.Hamish Fitzsimmons reports.


The following is a rare honest report at the time.


When the beachside suburb of Cronulla erupted into a race riot on the 10th of December last year, police were quick to act and arrest those involved.

The day after, youths thought to be of Middle Eastern background allegedly smashed cars in Maroubra and near Cronulla, and beat people unlucky enough to be caught by themselves.

A strike force was created to investigate the violence, but police were criticised for the lack of arrests.

The head of Strike Force Enoggera, Superintendent Dennis Bray was removed from the role, but then reinstated in a more junior role, after a police revolt.

The most vocal critic of the police after the attacks was New South Wales Opposition Leader Peter Debnam.

He conjured the riot’s aftermath into electoral gold and while praising the arrests says more needs to be done.

PETER DEBNAM: Here we are, eight weeks after the revenge attacks, and a few people have been arrested.

Well, I applaud the police efforts in arresting those few people, but there is about 200 thugs involved in those revenge attacks and they’re not in jail. That’s the issue.

My point of view is the Government should just damned well put the resources into it, get the police out there, give them the full backing of the Government, the political will, go and get them rounded up and locked up.

HAMISH FITZSIMMONS: It hasn’t been a good week for the Iemma Labor Government.


It’s made an embarrassing back-down from building a costly water desalination plant, so today the Police Minister Carl Scully allowed himself a little time to gloat.

CARL SCULLY: Despite Peter Debnam’s attacks on the police and their policing methods, if you commit a crime, no matter what you look like or where you are from, you will be pursued, rounded up and arrested.

And so my message to the Opposition Leader is he should stop his baseless attacks on the police.

HAMISH FITZSIMMONS: Last week those involved in the reprisals were urged by Muslim community leaders to turn themselves in to police.

Keysar Trad from the Islamic Friendship Association says the arrests show the benefits of cooperation between police and the local Muslim community.

KEYSAR TRAD: Look, this is a police operation. This just shows that the police have received a great level of cooperation. These arrests wouldn’t have happened if people weren’t cooperating and this is a law and order matter, and we’re just have to wait to see how the courts deal with it.

HAMISH FITZSIMMONS: Yesterday, the first person was convicted over the Cronulla riot, but police are appealing the sentence.

18-year old Geoffrey John Atkinson bashed a man with a beer bottle, but he walked free after being sentenced to nine months in prison.

The non-parole period of one month expired yesterday, the time he’d spent in jail awaiting sentencing.

Trouble in the Premier’s patch, what the Islamist were up to in 2006,

In the minds of the young men gathering at Punchbowl Park,

the events at Cronulla required an immediate show of force, writes Paul Sheehan.

February 7, 2006

MARK COLVIN: Hamish Fitzsimmons.

THE cars began congregating at Punchbowl Park late on Monday night, December 12, the day after the anti-Lebanese riot at Cronulla. In the minds of the young men gathering at the park, the events at Cronulla required a harsh and immediate show of force. Anything else would be a sign of vulnerability.

So the mobile phones were busy, and carloads of men began arriving at Punchbowl Park. By midnight more than a hundred men had armed themselves with guns, machetes, baseball bats, knives, chains and iron bars. One had brought a megaphone. They were hyped up for battle. And before departing they left their reasons written on the street:









About 40 cars set off from the park after midnight, heading for Cronulla and Maroubra. They moved in a large convoy, hazard lights on as a show of force. During the next three hours, across Cronulla, Maroubra and Brighton-le-Sands, between one and two hundred young Lebanese men smashed scores of cars, stabbed or bashed several people and threatened a number of women with rape.

True to their self-image as the “Lions of Lebanon”, the hardest of the hard on Sydney’s streets, not one of these men was arrested or even hindered by police in their self-styled intifada that night. Despite appearances, the police were not oblivious to the unfolding events. An incident report prepared by Bankstown police on December 13 makes for interesting reading:

“On the evening of 12/12/05 numerous vehicles were sighted congregating in the vicinity of Punchbowl Park situated on Rose Street, Punchbowl. These vehicles and the crowd that had gathered were suspected to be middle eastern criminals who have been involved in malicious damage and civil disobedience offences throughout the Sutherland Shire and St George areas.”

A direction was given to police about midnight not to enter the area and antagonise these persons.

“About 4:30am police drove into the deserted street which is a residential area. Numerous taunts and racial slogans were seen written on the road … These messages were photographed. Some of the slogans identified the authors as being ‘Leb’ or ‘Lebanese’. There were also a number of crude Lebanese flags drawn on the roadway.

“During the evening police were advised by members of the public that the location is a rallying point for middle eastern criminals.”

Senior officials and police were so spooked by the events of December 11, 12 and 13 – when a church hall was torched and children and parents attending a carols night were threatened and abused – and by the hundreds of text messages flying about calling for race violence, that a massive propaganda effort mobilised an extra 800 police to patrol the streets. As a show of force, it was mostly show. As one senior police source told me: “There was a terrible panic among senior police. They even thought of invoking the aid to civil power provisions [which allow military intervention].

“To get another 800 police on the streets, a lot of investigators from the State Crime Commission were pulled out and all the permanent task forces were decimated.”

One month later, 14 people have been arrested for their roles in the anti-Lebanese violence at Cronulla and a Lebanese immigrant has been jailed for three months for burning the Australian flag at the Brighton-le-Sands RSL club in front of about 150 people on the night of the Cronulla demonstration.

Soft targets.

As for the far more sinister event, the large-scale, co-ordinated, premeditated attacks on scores of people and cars, not a single arrest has been made.

This was not the first such embarrassment of the police in the face of belligerent swarms of young Lebanese men. A retired detective, Tim Priest, in a lecture delivered exactly two years before the Cronulla riot, said:

“In hundreds upon hundreds of incidents police have backed down to Middle Eastern thugs and taken no action and allowed incidents to go unpunished. I stress the unbelievable influence that local politicians and religious leaders played in covering up the real state of play in the south-west … My prediction is that within 10 years there will be no-go areas in south-western Sydney, just like Paris.”

Within three days of the television images from Cronulla being broadcast around the world, and the violent response which followed, both houses of the NSW Parliament met in a special sitting on December 15 to push through laws to assist police in dealing with gangs or crowd violence.

Yet when the Premier, Morris Iemma, talked tough about crime, anyone who had been watching the problem evolve over the years could not fail to notice the credibility chasm between his words and his actions.

Responding to the Premier’s tough talk, the Leader of the Opposition, Peter Debnam, told the Parliament: “The past 72 hours have been an absolute disgrace, including internationally, [and] blame should be sheeted home to the Labor Party of NSW for denying these problems for 10 years …

“What are the underlying causes of the problems that have surfaced during the past 72 hours?

The Government admitted that the budget crisis has meant a reduction in police numbers in this state by 674 over the past two years … This Government’s softly, softly strategy on ethnic crime is a disgrace and a betrayal of the NSW community.

Yesterday I travelled around Auburn and I saw a church that had been burned down and church windows that had been smashed. On Monday night St Joseph’s primary school was sprayed with bullets …

“I suggest that the Labor Party look back at the branch stacking undertaken in 1997 and 1998 and see who was involved in it. Unfortunately, one of the members involved is now the Premier.”

He was talking about 1996 and 1997 when Iemma was involved in a bizarre, large-scale ALP membership drive – classic branch stacking operations – which deployed hundreds of Muslim Lebanese-Australians as political ground troops.

On one critical day, more than 400 people joined a single ALP branch. This generated a large-scale counter-stack, and hundreds of people recruited by a rival faction turned up to vote, only to be told the meeting was over. Much milling and jostling followed. Both sides had gone to the imans in Lakemba to get them to drum up rank-and-file numbers.

They must have done a good job because more than a thousand people were mobilised. It was an intrafactional affair. Trogs v Terrigals. Another day in the life of the NSW Right faction which controls politics in this state.

The Morris Iemma who incurred political debts on that day was the same member for Lakemba who wrote glowing references for Mamadou Ndaw, who turned out to be intimately connected to the core of local Muslim extremists whose homes were raided by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation. Ndaw is the brother-in-law of Khaled Sharrouf, who was arrested in the ASIO counter-terrorism sweep.

Ndaw is also a close friend of Willie Brigitte, now in jail in France on terrorism charges. Ndaw had other connections in ASIO’s files. Despite Iemma’s references, he was deported to his native Senegal.

This, too, has been raised in Parliament by Debnam, so it was inevitable that on December 15, when Parliament was recalled, he would be subjected to a series of attacks from government ministers for his shameful divisiveness.

Unfortunately for the Government, one of those who joined in the abuse was Frank Sartor, the Minister for Planning, who began his speech: “When I was elected to Parliament one of my first initiatives was a new task force to tackle hoons in Brighton-le-Sands and Dolls Point. Almost three years later their anti-social behaviour has all but been stamped out. This has been achieved through a range of measures: special police operations, traffic-calming measures, closed-circuit television cameras and hefty fines for car defects …

“Yet the criminal behaviour seen at Cronulla last weekend has spilled over into Brighton. At midnight last Monday night I inspected the damage caused in a whirlwind attack earlier that evening. A gang of up to a hundred youths descended on Grand Parade and Bay Street conducting what has unfortunately come to be known as a smash-and-bash raid. These thugs even desecrated the Australian flag at the Brighton-le-Sands RSL club.”

In other words, instead of confronting the problem at its source, the State Labor Government merely funnelled it somewhere else, to Cronulla, where after yet another assault thousands of people demonstrated about the years of abuse and intimidation from a disconnected, racist, violent, moronic and sexually dangerous subculture that happens to be centred on the electorate represented by the Premier of NSW.


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