Thanks to Aussie News & Views:
KRudd’s Australia : Proscribed Muslim Terrorist Group permitted to hold HATE FEST in Sydney July 4 2010
Hizb ut- Tahrir wants a Caliphate
He does not believe Muslims can co-exist with Western society.
When our Federal attorney general is not writing character references for Iranian spy Â Sheikh Mansour Leghaei that ASIO deems to be a threat to our National Security, his Labor Party is allowing these Islamic Terrorists / Supporters to gather like a pack of Jackals at their Sydney head quarters, 12 Bridge Street Lidcombe in the heart of the Labor Party created, Sydney’s Occupied Territories, to consort and conspire to further the objectives of their Islamic Terrorist Organization.
Good Work Australian Labor Party and your financiers the Australian Council of Trade Unions, Australia’s “Working Families” really appreciate the great work you are doing.
Apropos Sheik Legahaei:
Time running out for Iranian mullah spy
- The bleeding hearts are out in force to obstruct deportation
- 1000 sheik Mansour Leghaei supporters in protest – Local News …
PROTESTERS held a ”funeral for justice” in Sydney yesterday, complete with coffin, but it may do little to prevent the deportation of the living Muslim preacher they came to save.
Sheikh Mansour Leghaei, whom ASIO accused of undisclosed ”acts of foreign interference”, has to leave by next Sunday – and his last hope of a reprieve has been dashed.
The United Nations Human Rights Committee had asked Immigration Minister Chris Evans to postpone the deportation order while it investigated an alleged breach of human rights for the Iranian sheikh and his family, who have lived in Sydney for 16 years.
But Senator Evans asked the UN committee to lift that interim request, arguing Australia had now granted permanent residency to Dr Leghaei’s wife and son, one of their four children. The minister’s office confirmed on Friday that the committee had withdrawn the request and that Dr Leghaei is expected to leave by the June 27 deadline.
”It makes me sick to the stomach,” said Anglican priest Dave Smith, among the Christian and Muslim supporters of Dr Leghaei who protested at Sydney Town Hall yesterday.
But the committee is still investigating alleged breaches of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and the government has until October 21 to respond. Dr Leghaei’s lawyer, Navid Sedaghati, hoped the sheikh would be allowed to return to Australia if the UN found in his favour.