Could this be our chance to kick out Azza Mahmoud Fawzi Aly?


One result of the Australian media’s submission to the Religion of Submission has been the promotion of followers of the Religion of Terror as “terrorism experts”..

Waleed Aly wrote a piece for the New York Times where he minimised the Islamic terror threat to Australia with the line:

“Every now and then you get the impression that Australia is desperate to be under grave threat.”

He went on to complain that immigration in Australia should be about multiculturalism, and he failed to use the word “Muslim” or “Islam” in relation to Islamic terrorism.

Another taqiyya expert “terrorism expert” is Labor MP Anne Aly, real name Azza Mahmoud Fawzi Aly, who once had this to say about ISIS:

“And I think we have to get our heads round the fact that there might be something nice about ISIS that these people are attracted to.”

On 9/11, her first thought was:

“Please, don’t let it be Muslims who did this.”

Her focus is on the “fear” of terrorism and how it affects Muslims.

Here is a video of her criticising the already cucked argument that Islamic terrorists simply hate our way of life, (when in fact Islamic terrorists are Islamic terrorists because they are Islamic) because it “limits the range of available options”:

The taqiyya is right there on the surface, as she openly advocates changing the language associated with violent extremism Islamic terror, because culture or something.

So the standard Muslim tactic regarding Islamic terror is to deny its links to Islam and lecture Australians that they should be nicer to Islam. Waleed has his own show on Channel 10 to do this, and Azza entered parliament. Looks like we might be able to kick her out, though:

“Labor MP Anne Aly, who holds the marginal West Australian seat of Cowan, faces fresh questions about her eligibility to sit in federal parliament because of her failure to produce documents proving her Egyptian citizenship was cancelled.

Unlike other MPs who are still facing scrutiny under section 44 of the Constitution, Dr Aly has conceded that she did hold a dual citizenship of Egypt but has not produced any documents showing when or if it was cancelled.

The citizenship registry, which was created in December after the dual-citizenship fiasco struck, shows that Dr Aly requested the cancellation of her Egyptian citizenship on May 4, 2016. This was two weeks after the now disqualified Labor senator Katy Gallagher requested the cancellation of her British citizenship on April 20 and just over a month before the close of nominations on June 9.

While Labor previously ­argued its MPs had taken “all reasonable steps” to relinquish foreign citizenships, Wednesday’s High Court ruling has invalidated this argument.”

It has been beautiful to watch the citizenship scandal finally hit Labor, especially after Bill Shorten boasted that it wouldn’t. And it would be beautiful to see it knock out the Islam-apologist Aly. I would remind the reader of comments I have made on Section 44 of the Australian Constitution before:

“One irony of this is that it was not until 1984 that Australian citizens ceased to be British subjects, a deliberate act of treachery by the left. However, the racial purity clause of the Australian constitution must be respected, and it is there for a reason:

“We don’t want our leaders to hold allegiance to any country, ideology, or institution other than the nation of Australia. If our leaders were to serve two masters, as it were, they might be inclined to open the gates of our country to our enemies…

“On second thoughts, we’re all screwed.”

The citizenship scandal would never have decimated the Australian Parliament if Labor had not deliberately separated Australian citizenship from British citizenship as part of the left’s inexorable determination to separate Australia from its British foundation. There would be no citizenship scandal if only people born in Australia to third generation Australians were allowed into parliament.

And there would be no terror threat to Australia if there were no Muslims in this country.