Thursday, 29 December 2011

Sharia4Australia Presents "The Lakemba Project"

YouTube: Uploaded by ShariahforAustralia on Dec 29, 2011
Report on Ch7 News 27/12/11 Ibrahim Siddiq-Conlon 'Sharia4Australia'- 'Lakemba Project' Shariah Controlled Zone'.

For those Muslims in Australia, who don't feel Hijra is necessary (majority), then you must strive to distinguish yourselves here and grow into examples --personally & governmentally.

We introduce to you a proposal: ' The Lakemba Project'; Shari'ah controlled zone in Australia's most populated Muslim area.

Muslims should set up Islamic emirates in Australia.

We encourage all Muslims to live amongst Muslims and to prefer trade, dealings etc... amongst themselves and to ensure that they do not go to non-Islamic courts for arbitration, since this would be associating with Allah a partner. As Allah (SWT) says: 'Have you seen those who claim to believe in what was revealed to you and what was revealed before you, yet they seek to go to other than Allah for judgement, while they were ordered to reject that? The Shaytaan has led them astray a clear misguidance (they are mushriks (polytheists))'

In addition we encourage all Muslims to set up Islamic schools which teach the Islamic curriculum and do not teach the non-Islamic way of life or their beliefs below the age of maturity.

Moreover we suggest it is time that areas with large Muslim populations might declare an emirate delineating that Muslims within this area are trying to live by the shari'ah as much as possible, with their own courts and community watch and schools and even self sufficient trade. The most likely area for these projects might be Lakemba to begin with. In time we can envisage that the whole of the Shari'ah might one day be implemented starting with these enclaves.

There are many narrations of the Messenger Muhammad (saw) where he said that it is not allowed for a Muslim to live among the non-Muslims, without to distinguish his Deen (i.e. Islam). These measures will help to achieve this insha'allah.

Ibrahim Siddiq-Conlon

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