Australian “Multi-Faith Worship Centre” is Really a Mosque

The following video was recorded by an Australian “Islamophobe” who visited what was called a “Multi-Faith Worship Centre” at a local university and discovered that it was really a mosque — no kuffar (especially kuffar women!) were welcome. The same is true of all “multi-faith” prayer rooms in public buildings across the West — they are always taken over by Muslims, who vigorously discourage worshippers from other faiths and take down crosses and other symbols of kufr and shirk.

The fellow who took the video gives an inspiring little talk at the end — typical Aussie spirit.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for editing and uploading this video:

24 thoughts on “Australian “Multi-Faith Worship Centre” is Really a Mosque

  1. ‘Multigenerational Community Center’ = senior center
    ‘Lounge night club’ = country bar for seniors
    ‘All Ages’ = 50+ and <16

    No White girls allowed?
    A Muslim gay bar, perhaps?
    They had some of those in Casablanca in the 80's.

  2. Seems like a very kafirophobic environment.

    But then again, Islam is a doctrine of kafirophobia.

    • Surely you mean as very specifically emphasized in the Quran – ChristianandJewphobia. With intentions like this how can any Muslim dare walk the streets of any Christian country and expect to get to where it’s going.

  3. They call them community centres and education centres here in the UK. They also nearly all have charitable status and tax exemption (even the ones officially called a Mosque).

    Propaganda / brainwashing / forward planning outpost.

  4. “The following video was recorded by an Australian “Islamophobe” who visited what was called ”

    Should be:
    “The following video was recorded by an Australian “Islamosophe” who visited what was called ”

    I would like to add 4 new words to the global conversation. Variations of the derogatory “Islamophobe” that are, in the case of the counter jihad or with people enlightened in the ways of Islam, a more accurate set of expressions.

    Based on the root words of “Islam” and “Sophia” (Latin for wisdom)


    The words indicate people (one or more) who have the wisdom to know what Islam is; and can be used whenever the slurs based on Islamophobia are used, with eminent interchangeability.

    Islamosophic indicates one who is wise to Islam, rather than one who is irrational towards it.

    • Like it. I generally loathe neologisms, but in the era when they are rampant you have coined a very useful, antidotic, one. Well done.

    • I thought SOPHIA is Greek for wisdom… I attend a Greek speaking church and we say that for the word “WISDOM”.

      • That’s right, sophia is Greek. In Latin, that would be sapiens, as in homo sapiens. How about islamo sapiens?
        Anyhow, that’s a good one!

  5. same thing happened at Regensburg University in Germany.Girls( yes) complained because muslims had monopolized the multifaith prayer room and banned them whereupon the dean closed down the room cowardly instead of enFORC ing the original intention. I adored the calm of that australian guy.He had the looks of someone who could give an impressive lesson to a true believer. Any suggestions for decoration of this room?My ideas are drifting…..

  6. A typical Aussie, who refuses to beat about the bush. Good on yer, mate. Chuck their putrid books down the dunny, round up the whinging drop kicks, ferals and bludgers and send them back to their hell-holes.

  7. To continue the topic of neologisms, “Islamosophe” is a good one, but has a few problems: [1] On what syllable is it stressed? [2] Like “apostrophe”, is it pronounced “iz-la-MOSS-o-fee”? [3] What would Islamosophistry be?

    The neologism “kafirophobe/kafirophobia” is good, but kafirophobia would be fear of kafirs (kufaar), which is a certain class of people. What Muslims suffer from is broader: a fear of kufr, which is defined as “not believing in Allaah and His Messenger”; see
    So believing Muslims are kufrophobes who are guilty of kufrophobia. To summarize,
    Islamophobia = unjustified fear of Islam
    Muslimophobia = unjustified fear of Muslims
    kufrophobia = unjustified fear of disbelief in Islam
    kafirophobia = unjustified fear of non-Muslims

    • That did occur to me. When typing kafirophobia I did consider using either kuffarophobia or kufrophobia.

      For some reason I thought that fear of kufr seemed like less of a problem than fear of kuffar. While kafirophobia is fear of other non-Muslims will do to them, kufrophobia is fear of what “Allah” and other Muslims will do to them.

      At first I thought “what do I care if they want to sit around being frightened of ‘Allah’ and other Muslims as long as they don’t bother anyone else?” But the problem is that the kafirophobia is caused by and is completely dependent on the kufrophobia.

      So it seems that kufrophobia (fear of disbelief) is the real problem since they can’t really just sit around in fear of kufr not bothering anyone (not believing in jihad) when the fear will compel them to attack the kuffar.

    • It still works fine for me. I’ll ask Vlad if there is any problem with this one that he knows about.

      • Working fine here too. (It’s hosted on LiveLeak, does ‘Guest’ somehow have problems related to LL?)

  8. Of course ‘meditation and spritualization’ centers are mosques in disguise. I have yet to meet a Christian who feels the need whilst shopping or studying to pray in such contraption. Either they pray in silence, or they go to a real church. Before the current craze, those centers were set up to acommodate new age worshipers.

  9. If this courageous young woman is a student there then she’s probably in for some trouble with the school bureaucracy. If so I hope she has legal assistance and other support.

  10. I’m usually in a hurry at airports but I think a visit to a “multifaith” room could be prudent. I know someone who had the same thing happen in an airport, they told him to show some respect and take his shoes off. He told them to get stuffed.

  11. Preach it brother. Amen. I saw this video on another site without the explanation and didn’t understand it was open to all faiths. I think I will start to visit these places when I am on university campuses and other places. Very, very good idea. I prayed every night in the chapel of a catholic hospital my mother was in and was welcomed warmly. I am not Catholic btw.

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