Residents opposed to the plan for a Muslim community have lodged a petition with Brisbane City Council, arguing it’s incompatible with the area’s multicultural values
Islamic supremacists have no respect for the multiculturalist assumptions that enable them to operate freely in Western countries. They manipulate multicultural-friendly societies with a view toward subjugating the House of War.
Mini-caliphates have been springing up all over Western countries: “exclusive enclaves” that are built to sharia standards, as well as Sharia no-go zones. The latter are often lawless ghettos where even police fear for their lives and have virtually lost control. In Australia, Muslims have been long trying to impose Sharia no-go zones, as revealed in a video that discusses the “deep-seated religious hate” of the resident Muslims. Non-Muslims are forbidden to enter such areas, and passersby are roughed up.
Harboring jihadists in Islamic enclaves is another ongoing concern. In March 2016, authorities in Brussels arrested fugitive jihadist Salah Abdeslam, who was wanted in the Paris attacks that killed 130 people. He was hiding out in a Muslim-dominated neighborhood.
“Outrage over plans for an Islamic hub featuring a mosque, childcare centre, shops and apartments exclusive for Muslims”, by Stephen Johnson, Daily Mail, May 22, 2017:
A masterplan for an exclusive Muslim enclave in Brisbane featuring a mosque and apartments has sparked community outrage.
The Australian International Islamic College has lodged plans to add a mosque, 120 residential apartments, childcare and retail space within its existing site at Durack, in the city’s southern outskirts.
Residents opposed to the plan for a Muslim community have lodged a petition with Brisbane City Council, arguing it’s incompatible with the area’s multicultural values.
‘The apparent exclusivity of the proposed development to a religious group will offer hardly any benefit to the community it is situated in as a whole and is inconsistent with the multicultural community that already exists in the suburb,’ the petition, cited by the South-West News, stated.
Labor councillor Steve Griffiths said he was opposed to the development proposal for 724 Blunder Road, however he stressed this was on planning and not religious grounds.
‘The impact on other local residents’ amenity appears well beyond that expected of its use as community facilities – educational purposes,’ he said in a submission obtained by Quest Newspapers.
The plans, seen by Daily Mail Australia, include a proposal for a two-storey mosque covering 1,970 square metres.
It would include a three-storey aged care and residential building, 3,000 square metres of retail space and 120 residential apartments, on top of new classrooms and a childcare centre for 2,000 students.
The existing site is already home to the college, which caters for students from kindergarten to year 12….