Australia: Islamic conference keynote speaker says September 11 not unjust

The September 11 terror attacks were neither unjust nor committed by Muslims, according to the “guest of honour” at an Islamic conference to be held in Melbourne tomorrow.

Malaysian cleric Hussain Yee, who has also claimed a “group of Jews” was “having a party when they heard that the Twin Towers had been burned”, was announced late last night as the headline act at the Islamic Research and Educational Academy’s Islamic “peace” conference, to be held at the Melbourne Convention Centre.

Conference organiser, IREA director Waseem Razvi, also last night told a Muslim man who attacked him for giving “a Jew and a Christian a platform to address an audience” with their “kufr beliefs” that he understood and appreciated his concerns, in a conversation on Mr Razvi’s Facebook page.

Tomorrow’s conference promises to feature a “multifaith” panel with a “Christian representative” and a “Jewish representative”, which IREA has not yet named…

  • winniec

    IREA director Waseem Razvi had better start wearing body armour. Muslims want to kill him for allowing kafirs to even speak at a meeting with Muslims. Apparently, the jihadist thinks Jews and Christians must quietly listen to Muslims. It’s a monologue to him. Dialogue is harmful.

  • winniec

    We can only hope Malaysian cleric Hussain Yee goes into the fine details of his consipiracy theory to make his madness perfectly clear to Australians, and then lecture the crowd about the joys of child marriage, cousin marriage, fgm and sex with slaves.

  • simus1

    “devout muslim malaysians” tend to be veree crazee people, at least in the talk department. That partly explains why the VCDMM Party still hasn’t made it to power, always thwarted at election time by the somewhat less crazy alternative.

  • ismiselemeas

    I wouldn’t want to be sticking my head up too high in Melbourne this weekend. 100 000+ Aussies and Kiwis in the Cricket World Cup final at the MCG on the 100th anniversary of troops leaving for Gallipoli. Nope, not a great weekend for this conference.

    • marty

      Holy shit.

  • Reader

    Crazy or evil?

    • BillyHW


      • Surele Surele

        Better yet.

    • Surele Surele

      Both, no?

  • BillyHW

    Wait a minute, I’m so confused, I thought the Jews were the ones that did it…

    • Surele Surele

      who cares about logic?