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To John Howard

Can you do me a favour ? Please?
Kick this idiot out of Australia, I BEG YOU

Ok, let me explain why ...
Australia's most senior Muslim cleric has prompted an uproar by saying that some women are attracting sexual assault by the way they dress.

but he didn't explain if it's with spice or not ? nor if it's chicken or fish meat and by the way, if it's a meat then it's fine to eat meat errr this is so stupid
A spokesman for Sheikh Hilali earlier said the quote had been taken out of context and referred not to sexual assault, but to sexual infidelity.

And because it was taken out of context he's suing that Journalist, Oopps he's not, he's apologising..
But he has now apologised for any offence caused by his comments, The Australian newspaper reports.

If it was taken out of context and referred not to sexual assault then why he apologised ?

For god sake Mr Taj el-Din al-Hilali, RESIGN.

[tags] Australia, fury, cleric, John Howard [/tags]

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