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Australia: First Muslim minister of New South Wales, Jihad Deb, takes oath on Qur’an

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Australia’s first Muslim Minister of New South Wales is Jihad Deb. Although he grew up in Australia, he decided to swear in on the Qur’an in honor of his faith. We have seen a similar trend in America, where Keith Ellison and then Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar took their oath of office for the House of Representatives on a Qur’an.

In Islam, no law is higher than the Sharia, so the allegiance of these politicians, given that they swear on the Qur’an, is questionable given the political and supremacist aspects of Islam. Here are some obvious reasons from Robert Spencer why Muslim politicians in the West should not be taking oaths of office on the Qu’ran:

The Islamic holy book teaches values that are vastly different from American and Judeo-Christian values, particularly the necessity for Muslims to wage war against non-Muslims and subjugate them under the hegemony of Islamic law. The Qur’an directs Muslims to “kill them wherever you find them” (2:191 and 4:89), and to “kill the idolaters wherever you find them.” (9:5) It quotes Allah saying “I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve” (8:12) and tells Muslims to “make ready for them all that you can of force and of warhorses, so that by them you may strike terror in the enemy of Allah and your enemy.” (8:60) It tells Muslims to fight non-Muslims until “persecution is no more, and religion is all for Allah.” (8:39) ….

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“Australia: Jihad Deb becomes 1st minister to take oath on Quran,” by Sameer Khan, Siasat Daily, April 7, 2023:

Jihad Deb, a newly elected member from Bankstown, created history as he become the first Muslim Minister of New South Wales. Deb, who is also the former NSW state member for Lakemba, took the oath on the Holy Quran on Thursday, April 6, 2023, in front of NSW Governor Margaret Beazley.

Deb has been assigned the portfolio of Minister for Customer Service & Digital Government, Minister for Emergency Services, and Minister for Youth Justice. The oath-taking ceremony was a significant moment as it marked the first time that a minister in NSW has taken an oath on the Quran…..