A controversial imam has called for a 'review' of Islam in Australia and demanded that Muslims respect freedom of speech and democracy.
Shaikh Mohammad Tawhidi, who in recent weeks has clashed with other Muslim leaders, said he did not want 'burqas running around' or 'mosques on every corner'.
Speaking at the Rotary Club of Adelaide, Imam Tawhidi said his father would not have moved from Iran to Australia had he known so many extreme Muslim people would end up living here.
'My father made the choice ... to come to Australia because it is a non-Muslim country,' he said.
'Now, if we knew that after 30 years, we were going to have burqas running around, mosques being erected in every corner, and people proposing sharia law against democracy in this country, we would not have come.' [Daily Mail] Read more