Setback for the Imaginary Struggle Against Islamisation of Australia

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Setback for the Imaginary Struggle Against Islamisation of Australia

Australian Defence League leader arrested for immigration offences

Muhammad ‘Abd al-Haqq

The irony of all ironies as the leader of the racist, xenophobic, nationalist ADL is arrested for a visa violation. Turns out that Martin Brennan, is a  British citizen, not an Australian citizen; an immigrant

via http://slackbastard.anarchobase.com/?p=26177

Martin Brennan, the English leader of the ‘Australian Defence League’, appears to have been arrested and placed in detention @ Maribyrnong Detention Centre. Brennan claims he was arrested on July 19 for over-staying his visa, which expired on March 17, 2010. The arrest comes ahead of a rally in Sydney–organised by the ADL and members of the ‘Australian Protectionist Party’–to protest the Islamisation of Australia.

The irony of his arrest for being an ‘illegal non-citizen’ is lost on his handful of Australian followers.

Setback for struggle against Islamisation of Australia

DateMonday, August 1, 2011

The massed ranks of the Australian Defence League rallied in Sydney on 30 July to protest against sharia law. Judging by photographic evidence, there were fewer than 40 of them. A contributory factor in the poor turnout might possibly have been that the ADL’s leader Martin Brennan has been arrested and is currently held in a detention centre facing charges of being an illegal immigrant.

This entry was posted in Anti-Muslim Hate Groups, Islamophobes, Islamophobia as a Social Phenomenon, Islamophobia in Australia, Islamophobia in the U.S., Islamophobia in the West, Islamophobic Events, Islamophobic Politics, Islamophobic Tactics, Protesting Islam, The Hypocrisy of Islamophobia and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Setback for the Imaginary Struggle Against Islamisation of Australia

  1. Thank you for a great post.

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