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…

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