Greens innovator Richard Di Natale and their party organised a dinner showcasing a hardline Islamic preacher that opposes anti-terror laws and facilitates Sharia law.

Sunni preacher Sheikh Mustapha Sarakibi was a keynote speaker at Sunday night’s Iftar dinner in Melbourne to commemorate the holy month of Ramadan.

Last year, the Sunni spiritual leader described understanding of Sharia legislation as a key feature associated with being a Muslim and offers previously signed a petition other proposed anti-terror laws.

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Greens leader Richard Di Natale (centre) with Sunni preacher Sheikh Mustapha Sarakibi and fellow Greens senator Janet Rice

Greens leader Richard Di Natale (centre) with Sunni preacher Sheikh Mustapha Sarakibi and fellow Greens senator Janet Rice

Greens innovator Richard Di Natale (centre) along with Sunni preacher Sheikh Mustapha Sarakibi plus fellow Greens senator Janet Rice

Sheikh Mustapha Sarakibi delivered a sermon last year which said Muslims needed to understand and believe in Sharia law

Sheikh Mustapha Sarakibi delivered a sermon last year which said Muslims needed to understand and believe in Sharia law

Sheikh Mustapha Sarakibi shipped a sermon last year which usually said Muslims required to understand plus believe in Sharia law

‘Remember that will there are two things that will a believer needs to keep on to firmly â€? 2 main things, ‘ he mentioned.

‘They need to have the particular belief, the belief within the Shariah of Allah.  

‘They require the particular belief in the knowledge associated with it. ‘

Sheikh Sarakibi in 2014 signed a petition, alongside Islamist extremist group Hizb ut-Tahrir, other then prime minister Tony Abbott’s proposed anti-terror laws.

The Abbott government had proposed making Australians returning from terror hot areas, like Iraq and Syria, state that they had been generally there for a legitimate travel objective.  

Sheikh Sarakibi told a Sunni fundementalist conference in 2012 a  tax on non-Muslims was fair 

Sheikh Sarakibi told a Sunni fundementalist conference in 2012 a  tax on non-Muslims was fair 

Sheikh Sarakibi informed a Sunni fundementalist conference within 2012 a  tax on non-Muslims was fair 

Sheikh Sarakibi signed a petition in August 2014 opposing Tony Abbott's anti-terror laws

Sheikh Sarakibi signed a petition in August 2014 opposing Tony Abbott's anti-terror laws

Sheikh Sarakibi signed a petition in Aug 2014 opposing Tony Abbott’s anti-terror laws

Islamist extremist group Hizb ut-Tahrir also signed the petition opposing the Abbott government's terror crackdown

Islamist extremist group Hizb ut-Tahrir also signed the petition opposing the Abbott government's terror crackdown

Islamist extremist team Hizb ut-Tahrir also signed the particular petition opposing the Abbott government’s terror crackdown

The Sunni sheikh from Melbourne opposed the plan to target Australians returning from terror hot spots like Iraq and Syria

The Sunni sheikh from Melbourne opposed the plan to target Australians returning from terror hot spots like Iraq and Syria

The Sunni sheikh from Melbourne opposed the particular plan to Australians returning through terror hot-spots like Iraq plus Syria

‘These laws clearly target Muslims and they achieve this unjustly, ‘ the petition said.

‘Whilst the particular language of the law can be neutral, it is no key that in practice these laws and regulations specifically target Muslims. ‘

The request argued the chance of ‘radicalised’ Muslims returning from Iraq or Syria was a ‘trumped up threat’.

‘There is no solid proof to substantiate this threat. Instead, racist caricatures of Muslims because backwards, prone to violence plus inherently problematic are being used, ‘ it said.

Greens leader Richard Di Natale organised the Ramadan dinner in Melbourne for Muslims

Greens leader Richard Di Natale organised the Ramadan dinner in Melbourne for Muslims

Greens leader Richard Di Natale organised the Ramadan dinner within Melbourne for Muslims

In 2012, Sheikh Sarakibi was a key loudspeaker at a conference organised simply by the Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jamaah Association, whose preachers in Questionnaire tell followers it is guilty to befriend non-Muslims or go to non-Islamic events like the Easter show.

Sheikh Sarakibi told the particular  11th Annual Islamic Dawah Meeting in Melbourne a tax upon non-Muslims was fair, despite the particular fact it was historically utilized in Islamic societies in the particular Middle East to persecute Jews and Christians.

‘As we understand, jizya is like a taxes that is imposed upon the particular disbelievers under the Islamic Condition under Islamic law, ‘ this individual said.

‘So disbelievers, they pay out the jizya and they obtain all their rights.

The Greens organised the Iftar dinner in Melbourne to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan

The Greens organised the Iftar dinner in Melbourne to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan

The Greens organised the Iftar dinner in Melbourne to commemorate the holy month of Ramadan

The Islamic Council of Victoria credited Greens leader Richard Di Natale for organising the Ramadan dinner

The Islamic Council of Victoria credited Greens leader Richard Di Natale for organising the Ramadan dinner

The Islamic Council associated with Victoria credited Greens leader Rich Di Natale for organising the particular Ramadan dinner

‘So pay their jizya and they are protected with the Muslim armies. ‘

The Islamic Authorities of Victoria credited Senator Pada Natale for organising the occasion, which he attended with their Victorian Senate colleague Janet Grain, whose marital partner is transgender.

‘The tv show of solidarity and assistance shown with the Greens in the particular month of Ramadan for Muslims has been truly heart-warming plus is greatly appreciated, ‘ someone said.  

‘ICV and members of the particular Victorian Muslim community attended the particular Iftar organised by Senator Rich Di Natale and the Produce at the Coburg Town Corridor. ‘

The Greens support gay relationship, a concept which is anathema to Muslim fundamentalists who respect homosexuality as a sin.

The offence is punishable by loss of life under Sharia law, an Islamic legal system which secular Muslims reject.  

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