Media Release: Should we still love all Muslims? – YES YES YES / Should we still cover up for Islam & the Koran? – NO NO NO says RUAP leader Daniel Nalliah

Sydney Islamic terroristFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE –  TUESDAY 16th DECEMBER 2014

One needs to first understand that “Muslims” are a group of people.  Islam is the Religion and the Koran is their text book, where they get their ideology from.

I am sure we all know that one can choose their friends and partner, but not your family or the religion you are born into.

The siege in Sydney had a very sad ending. All night I kept waking up, checking the news, and saying prayers for the hostages, their families and our security forces. I can just imagine the terror that the hostages went through for so long, and then to hear the news that two were killed, was so very sad.

I know that emotions will be running very high right now and that feelings towards Muslim people can be very negative. We must be careful however not to brand all Muslims with the same label. We need to love them and make them feel at home as many of them do not practice the Koran and have chosen to live a peaceful life.

Let me take Sri Lanka as an example. Due to racial riots, thousands lost their lives. Then because of terrorism many were killed. But since the terrorists were from the minority group, even though most people from the minority did not support the terrorists,  all those who belonged to that minority community became victims of revenge attacks, insults and were looked upon as if everyone from that community was a terrorist. I hope that does not happen to Muslims living in Australia.

How do I know this?? Because I am from that minority community and had to live through it for 20 years. Thank God the civil war in Sri Lanka is over, but tens of thousands lost their lives and the scars of war will remain for a long time.

What ticks me off however, is that the media calls these attacks ‘lone wolf attacks’ and somehow tries to brush aside that the religion of Islam and the Koran is the main problem. How many more lone wolf attacks are needed for them to wake up??

September 11th twin towers in New York, Bali bombing, Madrid train bombing, London suicide bombings, Beslan school attacks, Boston, Lee Rigby beheading in UK, Canadian attacks, Numan Haider attack on police officers in Melbourne, Sydney siege, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria and the list goes on.  More than 3000 attacks were carried out in just the last year in the name of Islam.

You must be brain dead to think these are all lone wolf attacks. No, this is the true nature of Islam. It started with Mohamed and his men beheading some 600-800 people and has continued for the past 1400 years, up to date.

Until our politicians and media deal with the root of the problem, which is the ‘Teachings of the Koran’ that promotes hatred towards infidels (non-Muslims), this problem will not go away. You must kill the roots to see the branches die. The Koran is the problem. Lone wolves, as they are being called, are in the very good company of their prophet Mohamed, and tens of thousands of Imams and sheiks who follow the Koran to the letter. Sad to say, these are the true Muslims.

Once again I encourage you not to brand all Muslims with the same label. Love your Muslim neighbors, but stand up against the teachings of Islam. In fact, I recently published a book about this very issue  ‘The 21st-Century Culture War in the West, Multiculturalism and the danger of Fundamental Islamism in the West .’

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Posted on December 16, 2014 in Interview / Media, Rise Up Australia, Sharia

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  1. Priyanthi
    January 14, 2015 at 12:27 pm ·

    Thanks for a wonderful email. I’m glad you wrote clearly with the personal example and I totally agree with you.

    I was just thinking how some Middle Eastern countries enforce their culture and values to the extent of not accepting the Bible there and whereby women have to dress to their standards… Is the only way to not cover up for their religion leading to a ban of their book in a country where its religion is Christianity? Or would that create more motivation for them?

    Having said that, I can’t help not want that ban either because I know how it feels when here in Sri Lanka we are the minority as Christians too and there are so many attempts to eradicate this faith.

  2. Cedric
    January 14, 2015 at 12:25 pm ·

    Good one Danny!

    Cedric

  3. Allan
    January 14, 2015 at 12:25 pm ·

    Thank you Danny,
    I have been saying for quite some time, “it is not the people, it is the accursed book!”
    Maybe if Salman Rushdie’s book was compulsory reading for our Politicians???
    I am thinking of joining RUAP and having some input.
    God bless,
    Allan

  4. Anton Druelzovich
    December 17, 2014 at 10:52 am ·

    100% correct, how come muslim as minority can terror majority and majority try to protect them? it is insane, they knew white australian are stupid, that is why they all move here, taken all resources (centrelink) for their benefit (married with 4 wife, divorce in front of Aussie Law) and apply for single parents benefit.

    this has to be stop! no more cover up. stop all muslim for coming to this country. if they are bad, cancel their citizenship and sent them back

  5. Phil
    December 16, 2014 at 2:39 pm ·

    Very well said..
    Thanks Daniel.

    Kindest Regards,
    Phil

  6. Forde
    December 16, 2014 at 1:05 pm ·

    Thank you,I was waiting to hear your report/response,I agree completely

    God bless you further,

    Forde

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