Gullible Australians Applaud As Muslim Bride Cynically Exploits Sydney Jihad Massacre To Garner Pro Muslim Sympathy
December 22, 2014
MIM: Note that wedding planner Dina Kheir inadvertently reveals an Islamist agenda namely that Kassem sees Australia as "her" country which will be the home of future generations of Muslims.
"...She did it out of respect for her country, that will one day be the country of her children and grandchildren," Dina Kheir, the couple's wedding planner to the Australian Associated Press (AAP)....
She also intimates that Kassem was "hesitant" to be seen as rejoicing in the city hinting at a non existent backlash of hostility towards Muslims. It is also a calculated move in keeping with the Islamist mindset and having an ulterior motive i.e. intended to benefit Muslims by insinuating them into the good graces of Australians and others and has had the desired affect due to a clueless international public.
The bride was no doubt taking a page from the Jewish Chabad Lubavitch playbook which had put off dedicating a Hanukkah menorah with a celebration in the city and instead turning the traditional lighting ceremony into a memorial for the terrorism victims.
Chabad Menorah Honors Sydney Terror Victims
Chabad cancelled its annual candle lighting event following Syndey terror attack, decided instead to erect Menorah as tribute to victims.http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/188904
(It should also be noted here that the online campaign "I'll Ride With You" started by an Australian woman who claimed that she wanted to have non Muslim Australians accompany those who were visibly Muslim to prevent non existent harassment turned out to be a farce.) http://www.jihadwatch.org/2014/12/woman-who-inspired-illridewithyou-after-sydney-jihad-siege-now-admits-she-editorialized-much-of-the-story
Muslim Brides Unique Martin Place Tribute Garners Applause From Onlookers
"...As the Sydney siege memorial grows, a Muslim bride has made a pilgrimage to Martin Place on her wedding day.
Manal Kassem was adorned in a white dress, hijab and veil when she laid her wedding bouquet on the river of floral tributes to the fatal Lindt cafe siege victims.
Meet Manal Kassem, an Australian Muslim bride placing her bridal bouquet at the #MartinPlace Memorial. pic.twitter.com/OYjTJkFABC — Mariam Veiszadeh (@MariamVeiszadeh) December 21, 2014
After watching the wedding party approach, the city crowd broke into applause.
The 23-year-old bride had chosen the city for her wedding photoshoot, but was hesitant after the siege, says her wedding planner.
"She was going to cancel [the photoshoot] because she didn't want to be judged ... celebrating her wedding in a scarf while people were terrorised," wedding planner Dina Kheir told AAP.
"But she made it her priority to visit the memorial site as the first pit stop.
"She did it out of respect for her country, that will one day be the country of her children and grandchildren."
The bride from the Sydney suburb of Punchbowl approached the expanding floral tribute on Saturday with her groom, Mahmod Homaisi, as onlookers stared, a witness said.
When Ms Kassem laid her wedding bouquet onto the ground, they applauded.