Muslim ‘cleric’ Sheik Haron Â sent hate mail to Australian war widows
The filthy websites of this sick PoS have now been deactivated. What does it take to get rid of him altogether? How did he get to settle in Australia, behind, what he perceives to be, enemy lines? Does he have an Australian passport? How did he get it? Did he commit perjury by swearing allegiance to the the crown or to the Australian people?
The inevitable result of allowing Islamic dreck in human form to settle among us:
- Muslim ‘cleric’ delivers letters to widows
- Digger killed: Death in battle far from the front
- Arrested for using mail service to harrass
- Allegedly called soldiers “murderers”
- Pictures: Our troops in action
- By Kara Lawrence, Tim Vollmer and Janet Fife-Yeomans
Sick Sheik allegedly taunts Diggers’ widows with vicious letters
THEY are young Australians who paid the ultimate price, losing their lives at war – but now their families have allegedly been targeted by self-styled Muslim cleric Sheik Haron in an anti-war campaign.
- ‘Taunting’ Sheik revives citizenship debate
- Immigrants ‘who can’t adapt should leave’
- Don’t like it? Leave, says grieving dad
- Dead Diggers’ families abused
- Diggers need our support
Finally, after an alleged two-year letter-writing spree that has devastated the families of seven Diggers who died in Afghanistan, Haron faces criminal charges,Â The Daily Telegraph reports.
In the letters he allegedly wrote to grieving parents and wives of the Diggers – one addressed to a widow, care of a funeral home – he apparently accused some of the dead Australian soldiers of being “criminals”, “killers” and “murderers” fighting a war of invasion.
Haron has penned letters to the families of Michael Fussell, Gregory Sher, Mathew Hopkins, Brett Till, Jason Marks, Luke Worsley and Benjamin Ranaudo.
One of Haron’s letters was allegedly hand-delivered to Brett Till’s widow Breeanna at his funeral.
Counter-terrorism police arrested Haron, 45, – an Iranian-born immigrant who claims to be a Muslim spiritual leader – at hisÂ Croydon Park home on Tuesday.
Sydney’s Joint Counter Terrorism Team, comprising AustralianÂ Federal Police and NSW Police, also visited two other addresses, at Campsie and Green Valley.
Haron was charged on Tuesday night with seven counts of “using a postal service or similar service to menace, harass, or cause offence” and was granted bail to appear in court next month.
Yesterday, he toldÂ The Daily Telegraph he would fight the charges and was seeking legal advice.
“I was in the custody of the AFP for a while, a few hours … then I was released. I believed that I am innocent, of course. Later I can explain everything.”
Haron has posted the letters he allegedly sent on a website attributed to him.
In a letter to Gregory Sher’s family, he allegedly wrote: “I feel bad that you have lost your son but I don’t feel bad that a murderer of innocent civilians has lost his life.”
Sher family friend Ben Hirsh said he was aware a number of grieving families had allegedly received anti-war letters.
“Getting any anti-war letters is disgusting,” he said.
Private Luke Worsley’s father John said: “You have just got the news of the loss of your son and then this happens.”