Actual Australian Muslim Virgin
the member of former Prime Minister John Howard's Muslim Community Reference Group. "Honest John"
has chosen Iktimal due to her intelligence
and integrity I suppose! In reality, her selection was similar to Salman Rushdie, Ershad Manji, Ayaan
Hirshi Ali, and "the messiah of women" Norma Khouri by the
corporate media outlets and states as "true and honest
representatives" of Muslims around the world.
Further to Australian Reporter, Islam and Muslim Bashing, David Oldfield to Jim Ball, Crime Genes + Incest + Bastards = Australia, The Barrister and the Board of Director, Irrational Animal Lovers, Jihad to Bolidan, 72 Virgins to Nothing, Good Australian Muslims and Islam Watch Watch Australian media outlets love Iktimal to derail local young Muslims and their values. Would you believe such practices and policies are in line with Australian Values in this Lucky Country
I have been observing the Iktimal Hage-Ali saga and gained an impression that;
1. To be a good Muslim one must drop his/her trouser.
2. To be a good Muslim one must drink alcohol.
3. To be a good Muslim one must one must sniff heroin and
4. To be a good Muslim one must snort cocaine and so on.
To make it more palatable, she admitted in a Sydney Court to day that she is a regular cocaine user but she is not an addict! One must wonder, isn't it like having regular sex to maintain virginity?
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By Larissa Cummings
The Daily Telegraph
December 09, 2008 03:20pm
A FORMER Young Australian of the Year contender who says she is not ashamed of her drug use is suing the state over her arrest in a drug bust.
Sydney woman Iktimal Hage-Ali, 24, a former member of prime minister John Howard's Muslim advisory group, was arrested in a police raid at her mother's home in Sydney's southwest on November 22, 2006.
It was eight days before she was named New South Wales Young Australian of
the Year, The Daily Telegraph reports.
You should be ashamed!!
She said she relinquished her state title only because of bad publicity and
saw nothing wrong with accepting the award after she had been arrested.