Abdul Numan Haider was a gentle man
Haider prayed five times a day at the mosque. He said he was a religious man, and a gentle one, who spoke regularly to people about Islam…
Norman, 21, who declined to give his surname, said Haider prayed five times a day at the mosque. He said he was a religious man, and a gentle one, who spoke regularly to people about Islam. …
“… losing disaffected young men to radicalisation” and moreÂ stereotypical muslim descriptors atÂ The AgeÂ thanks to Mullah, pbuh
Brown Lipstick and KneepadsÂ
The Victorian premier, Denis Napthine, visited a mosque in the outer suburb of Dandenong and said the purpose of his visit was to “say from the Victorian government and the Victorian community that we welcome the Muslim community”. (More cocksuckery fromÂ theguardian.com, thanks to Mullah)
An Australian Defence Force officer has been assaulted by two men in Sydney’s west.
SeniorÂ AgeÂ correspondent Daniel Flitton:
We are confronted by two threats in Australia. One is extremists. The other is far more insidious.Â Far more insidious than maniacs attempting to murder police? This guy is gold. (Tim Blair)
More ‘gentle man’ stories:
Mohammad Ali Baryalei: Australia’s most senior Islamic State member ‘loved cocaine’, found Islam after history of abuse, mental illness
The alleged ringleader of the foiled plot to execute a random Australian was a drug-abusing brothel tout with underworld connections who found radical Islam after years of physical abuse and mental illness, an investigation by the ABC’s 7.30 program has revealed.
Mohammad Ali Baryalei is Australia’s most senior Islamic State leader and has recruited scores of Australians onto the battlefields of Syria and Iraq.