20 February 2015

Hizb ut-Tahrir won’t condemn Islamic State death cult

.... Hizb ut-Tahrir, which identifies itself as an Islamic political group, has more than 300 members in Australia. It is banned in several Middle Eastern countries and cannot hold rallies in Germany.

Late last year the group’s leader Abu Anas, who was part of the 100-strong crowd on Thursday, said his group believed in “another world order” which they were ready to “sacrifice everything for”.

“They send their troops to Iraq to bomb Iraq to spread democracy. We will send our troops to Australia, to France to Germany,” he said in October. Spokesman Wassim Doureihi delivered a lengthy statement and fielded most of the questions during Thursday’s press conference. [The Daily Telegraph] Read more