On Guard, Oz – Rohingya Islamist Infiltrators!

Muhammad Jamin, a Rohingya refugee, said he arrived in Indonesia via Malaysia after a rough voyage by boat…“We know that Indonesia is a predominantly Muslim country. That’s why we surrendered ourselves to the state, so we could get asylum,” said Jamin, hoping the Indonesian government could protect them during their stay in Medan..Jakarta Post 4th August.

That’s the good news for Australia. Some of these Rohingya seem very happy to stop here.

The bad news is contained in this very objective article, by an Indonesian with no axe to grind.

  • Harkat Fanatics

(September 7, 2011 -Harkat-ul-Jihad Islami (HUJI), the group that has reportedly claimed responsibility for the bombing Wednesday in New Delhi that has taken at least 11 lives, is an Islamic militant organization that has been active across South Asia for the past two decades. International Business Times)


According to reports, members of al-Qaeda-linked Jamaah Islamiah, which was responsible for a series of bomb attacks in Indonesia, are hiding in the Rohingya camps (Lintner, 2009). In recent years, these camps have, in effect, been run by Bangladesh’s most extreme Islamic outfit, the Harkat-ul-Jihad-i-Islami (HuJI), which was set up in 1992 with financial support from Osama bin Laden.

  • Rohingya militants collect funds with the help of local and international Islamic parties, and Bangladesh’s right wing party, Jamaat-i-Islam, which has been known to finance the Rohingya Solidarity Organization. Many trainers of the Rohingya are members of the Islami Chhatra Shibir, the student wing of the Jamaat (Lintner, 2009)


Aung San Suu Kyi

  • For all these reasons, Myanmar Nobel laureate and democracy tycoon Aung San Suu Kyi is cautious, and refrains from supporting the Rohingya because it is not clear who should be blamed.


So Australia has EVERY reason to be on her guard, and NO reason to be pressured into taking in Rohingya. Plenty of Indonesians are keen to welcome them here, especially the Islamist groups. The MUI, I’d say, given the opulence of the HQ in Jakarta, can easily afford to find them accomodation.
FUI ‘Long March!’  – Barely a mile or two, lazy devils!
For my part, why not billet the bulk of these migrants on the thousands of followers of the FUI, whose notorious leader, Al Khaththath, has been vocal in their cause.
AL Khaththath of FUI
He’s known for his humane attitudes.
Here’s part of our previous post on that poor atheist, Alex, in Medan.

The Islamic Society Forum (FUI) said a five-year jail term would not suffice. “He deserves the death penalty, even if he decides to repent. What he has done cannot be tolerated”, FUI secretary general Muhammad al-Khaththath was quoted as saying by AFP on February 2. “It is important to prevent this group from spreading atheism in this country.”


So is that for being an apostate? Or for being an atheist? Or for just being?



But that was Al speaking about somebody not of his own creed. I’m sure some Rohingya would appreciate his hospitality. He could drum up more offers of board and lodgings from the CaliphoFascist Hizbut Tahrir, to which he also has ties.

Though I’ve noticed in the media that some expressions of compassion are marred by hypocritical suggestions that this Myanmarese exodus should be facilitated in its urge to batten onto Oz tax-payers – for some here, charity begins on Christmas island!