Millions of Muslims come to Western countries with a ready-made model of society and government (sharia) which they believe to be superior to what we have here, and they are working to institute it. A vicious Muslim who violently attacked police during a protest against free speech in Australia said his religious beliefs stopped him for rising for the court -- the standard practice whenever a judge or magistrate enters or leaves.
This is the sharia. My question is, why would anyone who regarded their system of governance (no matter how savage) superior to the country in which they are living -- be allowed to remain? It is treason. They should be thrown out.
In this case, this Muslim was jump-kicking at the (officers') shields and punching the shields. Of course, his defense was the Islamic default position, grievance mongering. Whine and whack, then whine some more.
A protester holds a home made sign during a rally in Sydney's central business district as anger over a film that insults the Prophet Mohammed spread to Australia on Saturday
"Accused rioter Mohammed Issai Issaka berated in court after refusing to stand for Magistrate Jacqueline Milledge" The Daily Telegreaph, May 20, 2013
A MAN accused of rioting during last year's violent Muslim protests has been berated for his "disrespect" after refusing to stand before a magistrate at his court hearing.
Mohammed Issai Issaka, who was charged with riot, assaulting police and resisting arrest over the September incident, this morning said his religious beliefs stopped him for rising for the court - the standard practice whenever a judge or magistrate enters or leaves.
Magistrate Jacqueline Milledge repeatedly demanded Issaka stand for her, telling him she didn’t accept his refusal.
"You can tell me where it is in his religion that it says he cannot stand," she said to Issaka's lawyer, Stephen Hopper.
"I was a magistrate at Bankstown Court for four years and I have never had to deal with such disrespect."
The hearing had to be postponed for nearly half an hour after the prosecution and defence consulted Ms Milledge, with the case eventually continuing after Issaka waited outside the courtroom as everyone stood for the magistrate.
Constable Allan Simon, who helped arrest Issaka during the CBD protests, told the court he first noticed the man take a "boxer stance" in front of a police line, where he was "jerking backwards and forwards" and "hissing" at the officers' dogs.
He said he next saw the accused rioter about 15 minutes later when he was violently lashing out at riot squad police.
"There was like a running jump-kick at the (officers') shields and he was punching the shields," he said.
Constable Simon said three officers brought Issaka to the ground but he continued resisting them and the man kicked him in the knee before he was bundled into a police van.
While in the truck he kept repeating "I have no respect for you guys", the court heard.
Issaka shook his head repeatedly during parts of the constable’s evidence.
Sgt Catherine Sadler said she saw Issaka dragged towards the police van and she heard him yell out: "You’re not a lady, you’re f…ing filth".
"I don’t recall anyone other female officers being there – I took the abuse as being towards me," she said.
Issaka, who pleaded not guilty to the charges, has claimed he only acted in self-defence to being violently restrained during the protests.
He produced a bloodied beanie during his last hearing date in February as proof of the injuries he allegedly suffered in the confrontations with police.
A protester hits a policeman with a pole in in Sydney
Protesters pray in front of a line of police officers in Sydney's Hyde Park today