It’s not just the United States that Muslims hate. It’s western civilization in general, so Americans aren’t the only one that are targets of their wrath. Australians are learning that lesson right now, with Muslims protesting their national anthem.

An Islamic activist group, Hizb-ut-Tahrir, is complaining that they are being “oppressed” because they are expected to sing the national anthem and adhere to democratic values. “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,” spokesman Unthman Badar said.

Interesingly, Badar has no problem with forced assimilation in and of itself — it’s kind of a cornerstone of Muslim ideology. They’re all about forcing people to either convert to Islam or be subjected to any manner of injustices: slavery, torture, death. But oh, sure. Muslims are being “persecuted” because they have to treat people equally and sing a song they don’t like.

According to Badar, the problem is that Muslims don’t share Australian values. “If you don’t share those values, why should they [Muslim children] be forced to sing it?” he asked. Of course, this brings up a question that liberals won’t like: if Muslims are so antagonistic to democracy, if they don’t share these values, then why would they migrate to democratic countries? It’s certainly not because they intend to assimilate. No, they want to go what Muslims do best: move in, kill or enslave everyone, and then take over.

Badar said it best himself. “The attempt to reform Islam is doomed to failure.” That is certainly 100% true.

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