The word on the street has reached Eyes on Sydney: the Islamic community is quietly being told to vote yes in the upcoming plebiscite.
While this particular question is being described by the LGBT+ lobby as nothing more than the legal recognition of homosexual marriage, it represents far more than that to other groups seeking to redefine our nation’s laws as well.
For the Islamic community it is an opportunity to shove open the door to legalised polygamy.
Eyes on Sydney also reports that Muslims see this as yet another chance to weaken Western civilisation by hurling it down the path to degeneracy.
The feedback from Eyes on Sydney is supported by the fact that leaders of the Islamic community have been noticeably silent about the plebiscite.
Further, Crikey reported last year that Keysar Trad, the President of the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils, was unhappy that the concept of polygamy was shot down at a meeting of various Christian leaders planning for the no campaign late last year.
Keysar Trad is certainly no shrinking violet when it comes to the promotion of polygamy. He wrote in Crikey as far back 2009 that polygamy was part of the campaign for marriage equality and that legalising it would be a ‘service’ to all Australian women.
And all of this is backed up by the example of Australia’s most famous Muslim politician, Sam Dastyari.
He’s backing marriage equality.
All the way.
And then there’s this group that has just popped up too:
It seems the Islamic community expects that they’ll get ‘marriage equality’ too.