Islamic sheikh forced to withdraw application to become an Army imam ‘in case it offended the Greens and radical Muslims’

A Muslim sheikh has withdrawn his application to become an Army chaplain so he can continue to criticise the Greens and offend Islamist extremists.

Adelaide-based Shia imam Sheikh Mohammad Tawhidi last week revealed to Daily Mail Australia his bid to become an Army Reserve chaplain or a soldier.

However, he has now withdrawn his application so he can continue to criticise the Greens, who he believes are soft when it comes to slamming Islamist extremism and pro-Sharia law groups like Hizb ut-Tahrir.

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