February 9, 2012, - 2:53 pm

Arab Spring: Aussie Muslims Shoot Knees of Man Who Criticized “Pro-Democracy” Syrians

By Debbie Schlussel

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.


Muslims in the West Brings Islamic Violence to the West’s Streets

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.

More details:

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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19 Responses

Let them kill each other. I always find it highly amusing when these 7th century savages are shooting each other. Keep up the good work!

MRobs on February 9, 2012 at 3:24 pm

Are these desirable migrants? These are people who have contempt for the laws of the country they have immigrated to. The obviousl solution is to refuse entry to such refugees and deport them back to their homeland. As for concerns about their persecution, this incident should quash such feelings. These people are as bad, if not worse, than those who supposedly persecute them. I have no sympathy for such people. Let them fight their tribal feuds at home, and not in the backyards of others.

Worry01 on February 9, 2012 at 3:26 pm

i thought you aussies could not own fire arms because it would reduce crime.ha,ha,ha,only in a left wing commies wet dream does gun confiscation reduce crime because most of the time it leads to genocide ,like what is happening in south africa. i always carry a .45.we still have the second amendment despite bongo and holder committing high crimes and misdemeanors to try and over through the constitution.

BRUCE on February 9, 2012 at 4:26 pm

“as for ragheads i treat them the same way i do negroes because both are enemies of white people which is why i always carry a .45.”

Bruce, are you serious in that statement you wrote or are you pulling my leg and everybody elses leg here? Bro, I happen to be black, does that make me you’re enemy? If you’re serious in that statement, I have an obligation to call you out and hold you to task on what you said, and I happen to be very conservative politically and also a fan and supporter of Ms. Schlussel’s work!

And you’re right, we as american citizens have every right to own a firearm and protect ourselves, it’s our 2nd Amendment right. But, NOT everybody has a right to own a firearm, IMO, those who are on drugs (whether it’s legal or illegal dangerous drugs) shouldn’t be able to own a firearm, if you’re on drugs and own a gun, more likely you’ll have suicidal and homicidal thinking (ie, Jared Lee Loughner).

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on February 9, 2012 at 5:22 pm

    Racists often try to latch on to legitimate conservative discussions in order to push racial bromides. It is opportunism on their part since they in no way subscribe tofreedom of speech, equality before the law, and other Western concepts. Rather, they are National Socialists who use race instead of class as their defining principal. There is nothing really conservative about them, since by their thoughts and actions they reject what conservatives stand for, even as they endeavor to impersonate them.

    Worry01 on February 9, 2012 at 5:41 pm

      Exactly Worry, I’ve read Bruce’s bigoted message atleast three times to comphrened what exactly he was saying. This is something you’ll expect coming from Stormfront, VNN Fourm, or the Pat Buchanan ilk, NOT on this blog (there are alot of people from different races, ethnicities, religions, etc. comment here and agree with DS) or any conservative blogsite that’s very rational and knows what’s really going on. And people of Bruce’s ilk are considered “Paleo-Conservatives”, those are the ones who are on the far-right, no different than the far-left’s viewpoints.

      “A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

      Sean R. on February 9, 2012 at 5:51 pm

        Restricting immigration doesn’t necessarily to be racially based, as a lot of developed countries instituted in the 19th and 20th Centuries. Such a policy wouldn’t fare well today. But its not too much to drop the multi-cultural nonsense and insist immigrants live by a country’s values. If they can’t or aren’t prepared to do so, they shouldn’t be admitted. I don’t care if you’re Jewish, Christian, Hindu, Muslim, African, Arab or Chinese, you live by what the country believes in. If that’s not for you, then stay home. Its the opposite of the belief that all cultures and values are equal. Its the belief the country’s culture and values bind every one together and contribute to its freedom, happiness and prosperity.

        NormanF on February 9, 2012 at 7:27 pm

While finally the western media has been forced to admit that the Assad regime is a blood-thirsty gang of criminals (and remember it wasn’t long ago that the same media were demanding Israel give up the Golan to these ‘moderates’) they have typically fallen for the line that the anti-Assad forces are peace-loving liberals. But, like all people in the Arab world who have lived under perpetual disctatorship and anti-semitic propaganda the truth is very different as you can see here:


Edgar Davidson on February 9, 2012 at 5:42 pm

Hey, Sean, I think you’re fantastic, and I’m a white guy.

My only concern with people is that they not want to rape my 8 year old kids and not shoot or stab people who are of a different faith than them. Simple things to wish for, I know, but not in the countries these life support systems for rectums come from.

Occam's Tool on February 9, 2012 at 6:20 pm

Bruce, I am glad Sean called you out. Your statement was very disgusting and not something to brag about. You mess up the credibility of the fine denizens and this blog when you write such retarded horsesh**. For the dumb, it confirms their stupid stereotype of their mistaken Conservative archetype. This is America!

Australia is like the negative to America’s photo. The part where the yobo Bruce was correct is that Australians don’t have their own 2nd Amendment. Of course that does not stop the crooks. Crime is still a problem in Oz.

I hope Australia is doing a better job than we are with immigration. Their culture is rotting like ours. It’s a huge country but they have only 20 Million people because of their huge desert smack in the middle of the gorgeous country so they are always looking for good, legal immigrants…let’s hope they are better than we are with it but if they are it’s only a tic. They’re quasi-Socialist and have all the problems we have.

Skunky on February 9, 2012 at 6:48 pm

    This doesn’t mean every one has to come from the same place. Australians used to be primarily British/Western European. That policy made Australia a country that was essentially a Western country in Asia. It worked because immigrants identified with Aussie values.

    That said, upon reflection, the White Australia policy is a throw-back to an earlier time. But as you wrote, Australian leaders are increasingly realizing a multi-cultural policy does not work. Therefore, they have to recraft their immigration policy to require immigrants to become Australian – in terms of their character, attitude and values. That’s not racism, every country needs a core identity or its people will one day wake up and find themselves strangers to each other in the same land.

    We need to change that in America and follow Australia’s example of a rational immigration policy.

    NormanF on February 9, 2012 at 7:40 pm

Skunky, blame Australia’s leaders for dropping the White Australia immigration policy. Multiculturalism has been nothing but a disaster. But don’t look for today’s politicians Down Under to admit the forebears had it right. A country’s character is formed by the people who live in it.

NormanF on February 9, 2012 at 6:52 pm

    You are correct, Norman. And if one notices…the people speaking from the Alawite point of view do NOT have Australian accents. Not even a touch of one (it does not take long, if one lives in Oz to cultivate an Australian accent because the speaking is so different and the accent is not flat).

    So Australia has let these vermin infest their country and to the detriment to all good Australians. You know they don’t give a rat’s arse about Australia when they are having a row on friggen’ Facebook about Assad!! Wake up Australians.

    One often hears them complain about the Asian immigration. They better look at the Moooooooslims infesting their country. Huge bugs the size of Buicks and 9 out of the 10 poisonous snakes living in Oz will be a minor problem in contrast.

    Skunky on February 9, 2012 at 8:07 pm

The sort of fight that happened b/w Ali Ibrahim & his assailants is the sort that should happen in Syria (and Lebanon), rather than Australia. I agree w/ Debbie – no sympathis for either side from me on this one. Or rather, as Hugh Fitzgerald used to say – may both sides win – and lose!

Debbie gave a good account about the Alawites above. Their beliefs are more consistent w/ Shia beliefs, and one seminary in Iran (probably a government backed one) issued a fatwa recognizing them as Shia. Of course, some of the things they do – like adulating Virgin Mary – make them heretical in the eyes of even Shias. Syria is one of the only countries that observes a holiday not only on Christmas, but also on Easter. So far, Christians who have been fleeing Iraq have been fleeing to Syria, but if the Assad regime falls, Syria will become another Egypt. However, given the high stakes here, both Iran and Hizbullah, and even Iraq, would pull all stops to prevent that from happening.

About the Australian aspect of this, John Howard was a great Prime Minister, which was why he was demonized like Rush Limbaugh used to be. He understood the problems of unlimited immigration to Australia, and even after his departure, Australia, although run by a Labor Government, still hasn’t reverted to previous policies. I somehow didn’t get Skunky’s comments above – politically, Australia is about where the US is, and far right of countries like the UK and Canada. For instance, Howard was a lot more aware of what Islam is and what Muslim immigration would mean, unlike Bush. As for the 2nd Amendment, I support it, but it’s worth noting that no democracy in the world has anything like it in their countries (obviously, I’m not counting places like Iran or Egypt where anybody might have a firearm)

Infidel on February 10, 2012 at 4:18 am

    Right on, Infidel! John Howard was known as very bland but he was a great leader and just as you said, he was on top of it.

    The last two wowzers leave a lot to be desired.

    Skunky on February 10, 2012 at 10:35 am

Russia has a point, though their history of support for Assad may be forgotton if they continue to supply arms to Syria which I believe they will (non-principaled anti-semite bastards).Nature abhors a vacuum you know.
Kissinger on Charlie Rose aptly pointed out that Russia is awash inside and out with muslims in the “stans” and Chechnya but failed to mention that the Ruskies are still stinging from the Afghanistani Mujahadeen which your glorious late demented Reagan armed to the teeth not knowing he was bringing us out of the frying pan into the fire of worldwide Jihad. Despite all the blood the disparate muzzie sects shed among themselves they are united in their anti-semitetic intolerance and hatred of Israel; it is in Islam’s DNA beginning on page one. Meanwhile, we continued his legacy with Bush and now Obama whose priorities are both worrisome and yet to be really tested.

Ron Wolf on February 10, 2012 at 9:09 pm

I am so sick of the “drive-by shootings” and other things that happen here in Sydney. These guys can just pick up weaponry anywhere it seems! John Howard may not have always been a popular PM but he had guts and was a good leader.

Lee on February 11, 2012 at 3:28 pm

it is not a clash of civilizations. not of cultures. not of religions. it is a clash of two completely different species.
our leaders, academics, journalists, have to decide which will survive. we have to decide which will survive.

dannykid on February 12, 2012 at 10:46 am

Ethnic cleansing in Western Uusimaa in May 1918 and Forssa region. Some 200 Finnish civilians, men and women, were executed by the Swedish battalion in Western Uusimaa. The Swedes executed at least 460 Finns in the spring 1918.

TV and newspapers broadcast disinformation about history and all political issues. Censorship in the mainstream media makes Sweden, Finland and Norway a kind of dictatorship countries, ruled by the political and economic elite.

In the Scandinavian countries the political and economic elite controls the media.

Finnish government to ban our organization? Helsinki district court was ready to ban our organization! An official had told this threat to our chairman in a meeting in the Ministry for Internal Affairs.

A government’s threat to ban a peaceful organization (because of its opinions) violates the principles of democracy.

Ari on February 12, 2012 at 12:56 pm

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