February 9, 2012, - 2:53 pm
Hey, yet another sign of how “tolerant” and “democratic” the “Springtime Arabs” and “liberal democrats” of the Islamic world are. Better not criticize them . . . even if you live in the Western world. And, by the way, if this can happen in Australia, it WILL happen in America (and has). The Muslim violence in Australia is so bad now that they have a “Middle Eastern Organised Crime Squad” there. Ali Ibrahim getting shot in the knees in Sydney isn’t a lone incident. It’s Islam. (BTW, check out the Arabic tattoos on this guy just above his pelvis and another just below his chest. I can’t see it well enough to read it.) This is Islam, dear readers. Even the “pro-democracy” Muslims violently attack the Assad Muslims. They are barbarians on all sides, as I’ve been saying for years now.
And it’s yet another example of how Muslims cannot be peaceful and tolerant with each other, frequently engaging in this kind of violence. For those of you who are unaware, as I’ve noted on this site before, the Alawis or Alawites, known in Arabic as Al-Alaween or Al-Alawiyah, are a small sect of Islam that is a single-digit minority in Syria, of which Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad and the Assad family are members.
Many Muslims–both Sunni and Shi’ite–do not even consider the Alaween to be legitimate Muslims, as they celebrate several Christian holidays and engage in other traditions not characteristic to Islam. The Alawis are Shi’ites and are also huge Iran and Hezbollah supporters and haters of Israel, so the Shi’ites generally tolerate and support them. Those engaged in the anti-Assad “democracy” movement in Syria are the majority Sunni population, which hates Alawis, and I would safely presume that the attack on this guy was committed by Sunnis in Sydney, Sunnis who want the Muslim Brotherhood to take over there, which is probably what will happen if Assad is deposed. Yup, New Boss same as the Old Boss (only worse). I would also be safe in assuming that this man whose knees were shot up, Ali Ibrahim, was a Hezbollah supporter. Both the shooters and the shootee have something in common: they hate Israel and hate Jews. No tears from me over the Islamic natural selection. Let allah sort it out.
And, with the many Muslim immigrants and their progeny who inhabit the U.S., just as many of them do Australia, we will encounter more and more of this violence, with some of us getting caught in the crosshairs. Oh, and BTW, just as in the ghetto, Muslims engaged in violence across Australia’s streets believe in the “no snitchin’” rule. More on that later in this post.
Ali Ibrahim was shot on his Sydney doorstep early on Monday morning. Two men fired three shots into his knees, and he may not be able to walk again.
His family believe it may have been because of his support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad – which he expressed in a dispute on Facebook.
Police say they are considering claims that the shooting was politically-motivated, but refused to confirm media reports that counter-terrorism police are investigating the case.
The case is under the joint investigation of Operation Spartan, probing the recent spate of gun crime in Sydney.
Yet adding to the families’ concern is the fact that it came just hours after Syria’s Canberra embassy was attacked by anti-Assad protesters, one of many targeted around the world.
One community activist claims the attack is part of an increase in tension which brings the sectarian element of Syria’s protests to Australia.
“We saw lately how the issue in Syria spread to Sydney, we saw how the embassy was attacked……many groups are asking for revenge on people who support the regime,” Jamal Daoud said.
A young father who was shot three times in the leg in Sydney’s latest gun violence is refusing to assist police, even though he may never walk again.
Ali Ibrahim, 29, was shot three times in the leg outside his home on Christian Rd, Punchbowl, in an attack said to be linked to his views on the bloody crackdown in Syria.
Police say he answered a knock at the door about 12.45am (AEDT) on Monday and spoke to at least one man before he was shot and his attackers fled. . . . He was rushed to hospital and underwent surgery, but there are fears he may be permanently disabled. . . .
Assistant Commissioner Frank Mennilli said Mr Ibrahim could be charged if he was found to have lied to police.
“Once again, we’re faced with a victim of a serious crime who says that he does not know who the person is and he has no information that can really assist investigators,” Mr Mennilli told reporters.
“But yet we have an individual that answers a knock at the door … and walks out and opens the door and speaks to this individual.”
Jamal Daoud from the Social Justice Network refugee support group, who spoke to the family, said Mr Ibrahim had been shot over a heated Facebook debate over his support for the Bashar al-Assad regime in Syria.
“The government and security authorities have obligations to crack down on these extremists who think that they can rule Australian streets ” Mr Daoud said.
Sydney’s west saw another drive-by shooting over the weekend when a house was fired on in Melville St, St Clair, about 1.20am (AEDT) on Sunday.
Forensic specialists found bullet holes in the facade of the house, but a person living there refused to assist police. . . .
Detectives from the Middle Eastern Organised Crime Squad charged a man on Monday over a drive-by shooting at Ermington in Sydney’s northwest on January 2, in which four shots were allegedly fired at a parked car.
Detective Chief Superintendent Mal Lanyon of State Crime Command told reporters police would allege the shooting was related to a drug debt.
The suspect, 24, who was already in custody on drug and firearms offences.
Yup, “Religion of Peace” . . . or, rather, pieces. You want America’s major cities to experience the Islamic violence of Sydney? Too late. It’s here . . . and growing, because we haven’t done a damned thing to stop them from coming into our country and multiplying.
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