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>Lunatic Aussie Sheik backs hardline Iranian regime

>It seems that the ol’ catmeat sheik Alhilali can’t help himself but heap inflammatory comments on top of the burning pyre of his previous ridiculous rantings. From AAP:

Australia’s leading Islamic cleric Sheik Taj Aldin Alhilali has called for Muslims to unite behind the hardline Iranian regime, according to local reports of his visit to Tehran.

In a propaganda drive, the Iranian media quoted the sheik as saying the global Islamic nation would not “kneel” to its enemies, The Australian newspaper reports.

“The mufti of Australia has called on the Islamic world to stand in the trenches with the Islamic Republic of Iran which possesses the might and the power,” the Iranian Alalam News reported in Arabic on its website on Saturday.

It reported that Sheik Alhilali, who was in Tehran for the International Islamic Unity forum, told Alalam TV that he was committed to the unity of the Islamic nation.

“(Islamic unity) is what has brought all the participants together at this Islamic unity conference, to show the whole world that they are dedicated to the one God and dedicated to Islamic unity and the Islamic nation will not kneel in front of its enemies, never,” Sheik Alhilali was reported as saying.

One of the enemies of totalitarian regimes regardless of their religious order is the sheik’s own home of Australia. Why we put up with a person that clearly inflames Muslims to violence against Australians is beyond me.

Federal Attorney-General Philip Ruddock told the Australian newspaper he was concerned about the sheik’s reported comments.

“I would be concerned if any Australian was offering support and succour to Iran, particularly as it is intent on pursuing the development of nuclear fuel cycle outside international scrutiny,” Mr Ruddock said.

I’m concerned that he’s only concerned. Sounds too much like a United Nations’ statement to me.

Muslim leaders said the sheik had no authority to speak on their behalf.

“As an Australian Muslim, it’s very worrying to me that he’s speaking on (our) behalf,” said Sydney-based imam Khalil Shami.

“Because really, the Iranian people don’t know we’re not behind Alhilali.

That’s funny. In another article out this morning, the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils has just denied sacking him from his position as Mufti of Australia.

Mr Patel said he had some issues with Sheik Alhilali’s term as mufti, which included controversial comments likening young women to meat, but believed the sheik was the best man for the job.

“He is definitely one of the most knowledgeable, most qualified in Australia, but having said that, if he wants to remain mufti then there would have to be some very strict guidelines that would have to be placed,” he said.

He’s the most knowledgeable and qualified in Australia? Soooo does that mean that all of those controversial statements are made with the full support of the community and are backed up by Islamic jurisprudence?

“He might need some resources in terms of having people who can speak English (to) articulate his thoughts clearly, so there’s no excuse ever put forward that he was misrepresented.

“I will probably be scoffed at when I say this, but he’s probably one of the most moderate of the imams in Australia, but he certainly doesn’t bring that out in his approaches with the media.

The man’s been here for decades and still can’t speak English. What does that tell you about his commitment to Australia? If Alhilali is one of the most moderate imams then does that mean that the Australian National Imams Council is more radical? If that’s the case then there certainly are dark clouds forming over the the future of Australia’s multicultural society. Unfortunately, while the culturally destructive cultural relativists have any sort of influence the sensible majority of Australians will be hamstrung in their efforts to deal with radical Islam in this country.

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