‘These children will have problems growing up’: Moderate Muslim imam slams fundamentalist preacher

A Muslim imam who speaks out against radicalisation has slammed an Islamic fundamentalist for saying parents should ban their children from listening to music in the car.

Adelaide-based Shia leader Mohammad Tawhidi has taken aim at western Sydney Sunni fundamentalist morals campaigner Nassim Abdi’s rant about children ‘drowning in music’.

‘These children will have problems growing up without a doubt,’ Sheikh Tawhidi told Sydney radio 2GB presenter Ben Fordham on Tuesday.

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