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Sydney Muslim leader Sheik Taj el-Din al Hilaly has set off a new controversy, claiming Muslims have more right to be in Australia than the descendants of convicts.[/exe]
Read the whole article about this odiouse little toad here.
I hope Oz throws the book at him, and doesn't allow him back into the country.
Now do you see that radical islam wants every thing it can lay its hands on? Austrailia, UK, USA, Far east, its all the same. Want want want.
I hope some one in the Oz gov see's the light and bars this guy from its shores...or soon all hells gonna break loose if this idiot keeps stirring s### up, because you just know he has his hardcore supporters just like the radical clerics here in the UK...
D4rk Kn1ght: This guy is full of festering hatred for the west, whites and blacks who are not muslims.
The lost boys, thrown out of US sect
so that older men can marry more wives
Up to 1,000 teenage boys have been separated from their parents and thrown out of their communities by a polygamous sect to make more young women available for older men, Utah officials claim.
Many of these "Lost Boys", some as young as 13, have simply been dumped on the side of the road in Arizona and Utah, by the leaders of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (FLDS), and told they will never see their families again or go to heaven.
Even the sheik's closest advisers fear a backlash over the latest remarks.
They have apologised for the comments, saying the sheik's words will cause offence.
"As a Muslim Australian, I can just apologise for the remarks," the sheik's spokesman Keysar Trad told 7News.