Religion of Peace activist group Hizb ut-Tahrir created an outrage by insisting the national anthem is offensive. The spokesperson for the group, Uthman Badar, claims forcing the national anthem goes against their culture.
Why, yes, it does go against your culture. How could a jihadist terrorist group possibly understand what true freedom means? How could someone so brainwashed be able to realize the beauty of a national anthem that stands for real values? A group that posts torture videos of innocent victims, threatening anyone who gets in their path couldn’t fathom those kinds of values.
Badar complained, “Requiring schoolchildren to sing the national anthem, and the citizenship pledge supporting democratic values, are a part of an oppressive campaign by Australian authorities of ‘forced assimilation’ of the Muslim community.”
What an interesting word choice, oppressive. Merriam-Webster defines the word as “unreasonably burdensome or severe.” This so-called religion of peace takes unreasonable and severe measures to get their point across daily. They are responsible for terrorist attacks, left and right. Most recently, in the truck bombing in a marketplace in Iraq. The terrorist attack took the lives of 21, while at least 42 are injured.
Badar continued to exclaim just how offended he was by the anthem stating, “If you don’t share those values, why should they be forced to sing it?” If you don’t share those values, why are there? If you don’t share the values of freedom for all, then maybe you should leave.
This jihadist group continues to spread hate and destruction. Badar’s delusional followers will keep trying to convince the world they are a peaceful religion. One day, our history books will tell the story of this revolting terrorist group to future generations. I just hope we will be on the right side of those history books.