Sunday, April 15, 2007


From Australia: Pro Terrorism films banned within a fortnight.

The Federal Government hopes it will be able to ban pro-terrorism films within a fortnight, following the classification of a race hate DVD urging children to martyr themselves.

The film, which calls for the murder of infidels and describes Jews as "pigs'', received a PG rating from the Office of Film and Literature Classification, making it suitable to be bought and watched by children.


Mr Ruddock (the Australian Attorney General) said the states had agreed to toughen laws for material that praised terrorism following passage of federal terrorism legislation in 2005, but that there should be no further delays in the states enacting the changes. If the states and territories continued to resist, as they had done for more than a year, then he might be forced to go it alone and make the relevant change to the Commonwealth's Classification Act, he said.

I guess Australia has blue states, too. Oh, and about the film? You guessed it - the religion of peace strikes again.

The film is contained in a package of DVDs prepared by Australian-born Islamic cleric Sheik Feiz Mohammed, who is currently in exile in Lebanon, but reported to be still preaching jihad to his Australian followers by telephone. His film calls for the murder of non-believers in Islam's war on the west, News Limited reported today.

From the Earthtimes:

The DVDs urge parents to volunteer their children as holy warriors. "We want to have children and offer them as soldiers defending Islam". The DVDs say "Teach them this: there is nothing more beloved to me than wanting to die as a mujahid (holy warrior)."