A firebrand Muslim cleric has told a Sydney audience that ‘jihad is the solution’ whether the ‘Australian government likes it or not’ and compared claims of Hamas terrorism to white colonialism in Australia.
In a sermon posted to YouTube by the Al Madina Dawah Centre in Bankstown in Sydney’s west, ‘Brother Ismail’ taunted the Australian government, saying he does not care if his actions lead to his deportation, and called Anthony Albanese a ‘hypocrite’.
‘If the Australian government likes it or not, if the ASIO likes it or not, if they want to deport me from Australia or not. The jihad is the solution,’ he shouted at the crowd, which included children.
‘The youth is now boiling with emotions and rage towards what is happening to their brothers and sisters in Palestine.’
A firebrand Muslim cleric has told an audience in the south-western Sydney suburb of Bankstown that ‘jihad is the solution’ whether the ‘Australian government likes it or not’ and referred to Palestinian ‘freedom fighters. Pro-Palestine protesters are pictured
The community activist told the crowd said Palestinian ‘freedom fighters’ were unfairly being described as ‘terrorists’.
‘That hypocrite Albanese when he came and stepped and dirtied one of the mosques … saying we love Muslims and respect them. Not long after Allah exposed his lies when he said Israel has the right to defend itself, when he labelled Hamas as terrorists,’ Brother Ismail said.
‘We say to every individual who says Hamas is terrorists, did you really forget your dark history? Did you really forget your ancestors what they did to the native people in this country … how they raped their women to change their colour.
‘How you chained them like dogs. And you want to come and teach us about morals and humanity and what terrorism is. Did you forget when you celebrate every single year the massacre that you did to the native people?’
In a video posted to YouTube by the Al Madina Dawah Centre, Brother Ismail (pictured) said he does not care if his actions leads the government to deport him and called Anthony Albanese a ‘hypocrite’
The NSW Police are investigating what the cleric said in the video.
‘NSW Police are aware of the comments and have commenced an investigation,’ a spokesman said.
‘As those inquiries are ongoing, we aren’t in a position to provide further information at this time.’
Daily Mail Australia has contacted the Al Madina Dawah Centre for comment.
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