The quality's not the best, and most of the blood-chilling ranting is unintelligible to the anglophone, though there are familiar cries, and it does break into English in the middle. Some of the protesters carry placards in English.
Best not viewed immediately before bedtime!
YUCK, I have to go and take a shower now. Feeling dirty even having watched this.ReplyDelete
I know how you feel, Rita! Notice the next generation, beneath their umbrellas, being indoctrinated with hatred and extremism.ReplyDelete
The next generation: Since "Anti-Zionism" which is nothing less than hatred for the Jewish people, Judenhass, seems to come mainly from the self-declared "caring" Left and the "Greens" who are sooooooooo vocal FOR feminism, child protection and human rights, where are their so stridently advertised "noble" convictions when it comes to muslims/islamists?ReplyDelete
The stench of sooooo much bad faith is simply breath-taking, literally!
I thought that this was somewhere in the Middle East until I glanced up to see it took place in Sydney! Disgusting!ReplyDelete
I am an agnostic and the I have no problem with Christians, Jews or Buddhists, but I just do not like Islam in any form.
Why are these people in Australia? They do not accept our way of life, they actively work against it!
Don't worry they are well within ASIOs sights.ReplyDelete
Rita you seem to be following me around the blogs to day !!
When Daphne finally gets home, we will have to have a hen's party !!
Apologies for taking so long to post the replies ...ReplyDelete
Yes, Anon, it's quite astonishing - the group is really feral. I feel somewhat reassured by Shirlee's remark that ASIO is watching them :~/
Indeed, this video is neither suitable as aperitif nor as desert. Best suited for happens a bit later - and then flushed away. I think you should have a translation of some of the chants on the blog. Just to be fair to those who may think they are chanting about orange joos and making kebab.ReplyDelete
Hi, Raoul! I thought I made out something ending in "alYahud" at least twice, but can't be sure - and of course there's "Allahu Akhbar" (best translated as "Allah is the greatest" rather than "God is great", which disguises the Islamic supremacy in the chant!) a few times.ReplyDelete
I can't understand whether the rest is in Arabic or some Indonesian language.
I have no clue about Arabic, but recognise this one clearly: "Khaybar, Khaybar ya Yahud, jaysh Muhammad sauf ya'ud."ReplyDelete
copy/paste from INN:
An Arabic chant that has been accompanying Muslim protest rallies worldwide for decades, if not centuries, is, "Khaybar, Khaybar ya Yahud, jaysh Muhammad sauf ya'ud." The translation is, "Khaybar, Khaybar, O You Jews, the army of Muhammad shall return." The reference is to an early attack that Islam's prophet Muhammad and his followers launched against the Jews of Khaybar, in the Arabian peninsula, in 629 CE.
Thanks very much, Raoul.ReplyDelete
That confirms my suspicions. What a loathsome bunch!