Hardline Islamic preachers forced out of Sydney mosques after visits from Aussie Intelligence services

Mosques in Sydney have been kicking out controversial preachers, irritating extremists who have resorted to speaking in rented halls and private spaces instead.

The spiritual leader of hardline Islamic group Hizb ut-Tahrir is among a handful of preachers who have lashed out on social media at what they say is an attack on freedom of speech.

In a now-deleted Facebook post, Ismail Al-Wahwah claimed he was banned from giving Friday prayers at one mosque due to pressure from ASIO.

  • tom_billesley

    It’s unfair to discriminate between preachers like this.
    Making the mosque into a parking lot wouldn’t discriminate between them.

  • Tanya

    About F**king time ASIO got off their fat arses and started doing their job!
    Lets end to PC B*llshiite and deport these SOB’s We seem to let every Islamic hate preacher in the door to spew the barbaric terrorist crap without hesitation and mostly with the blessing of members of parliament (Guess who is the majority voters in their electorates are) But when any level headed anti-Islamification speaker try’s to come into the country all hell breaks loose and out comes the leftist appeasers and rent-a-crowd to call anyone that doesn’t agree with them Racist or Islamophobic. Starting to get very very boring!