Friday, August 12, 2005

Fakir Friendships

It's nice.

Our head tilty, leftie feel-good friends in Labor wants Muslim schools to teach the great Australian value of mateship along with respect for democratic values and a buddy program with other schools.

Labor say the nation's 29 Islamic schools must enshrine Australian values such as respect, tolerance, diversity and mateship in their teachings.

Perhaps someone should tell that nice Mr Beazley and his policy advisors that Muslims are told that they are not allow to be friends with, or place nicely with us.

SHEIKH KHALID YASIN: There's no such thing as a Muslim having a non-Muslim friend, so a non-Muslim could be your associate but they can't be a friend. They're not your friend because they don't understand your religious principles and they cannot because they don't understand your faith.

But I suppose Labor is trying its best.

-- Nora

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