That is the solution proposed by the Head Honcho of Australia’s Islamic community to the problem of regular atrocities conducted in the name of Allah against non-Muslims across the world.
The latest incident happened to be the hatchet job done on a poor British soldier just metres from his military base. It was carried out by two converts to the ‘Religion of Peace’, as Islam is known in politically correct circles.
And judging by the ever increasing number of arrests associated with this attack and the Intelligence community’s knowledge of these people, it seems that these murderers were not alone or unnoticed.
The ‘lone wolf’ scenario favoured by the media and Islamic apologists is more likely to be a ‘wolf pack’ scenario, in which the wolves behind the pointy end of the blade were aided and abetted by hapless government authorities, desperately clinging to the belief that Islam is a legitimate and worthwhile religious ideology.
But this ‘incident’ could have been any number of other things. Bombs at a marathon in Boston; tear gas in gay Parisian night clubs; youthful mobs vigorously defending the honour of Mohammad by rampaging through the streets of Sydney and engaging in a little public destruction.
Forgive me for being blunt, but if Grand Mufti Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohamed’s solution to the violent problems associated with Islam is more Islam, then he is a big part of the problem.
The machete-waving, murderous Michaels who hacked apart an Afghan veteran on the supposedly civilised streets of London weren’t lacking in Islam. They had too much of it.
Both converted from Christianity and followed in the footsteps of the Big Murderous Mo’.
And considering this ‘prophet’ pronounced on fairly regular occasions that it was Allah’s will for the enemies of Islam to be murdered – usually by beheading – it is perfectly logical that this fate should befall a modern enemy of Islam.
But Australia’s Grand Mufti believes if we had more mosques there would be less violence. He tells us not to be worried. They are not a source of threat, he says.
Then comes his threat. If more mosques aren’t approved, then we can expect the Islamic community to become even more isolated from Australian society. The Islamic crazies might go crazy and bust a jihad on us. And his implication is that it would all be our fault for rejecting them.
So, instead, he wants us to cave in and peacefully give the Islamic community more control, more influence and more say over how Australians live.
Well, I say no.
Australia is not an Islamic country and it the last thing it needs is more mosques.
The last thing it needs is more Islamic immigration.
The last thing it needs is more Islam on its shores.
And spare me the politically-correct baloney that this community is an integral part of Australian society.
It’s not. By the Grand Mufti’s own admission it is isolated and unless it takes first place in our country, it will deliberately remain isolated.
We are not their friends – we are seen as the enemy.
If the bomb attacks, riots, and speeches over bloodied corpses describing us as hated enemies to be conquered haven’t registered yet, then you will never recognise this fact. Not even after you have been conquered.
And it will make little difference whether that defeat is imposed by the sword or by other, less-bloody means.
At the end of the day, Australia’s Grand Mufti, the machete-wielding men in London and anyone who takes his Islamic faith seriously all have the same goal: a global caliphate in which all people are Muslim or subservient to the Religion of Peace.