It’s official –Al Hilaly is a Muslim Brotherhood mole in OZ

Saturday, 04 June 2011 09:56 Dan Zaremba

From various (not Australian) news outlets we learn that our own Muslim pride and joy Sheikh Taj El-Din Hamid Hilaly was invited by the Iranian Islamist (posing as a secular president of Iran) Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to discuss destruction of the Kuffar in general and Zionist Devil (Israel) in particular.

Ahmadinejad made the remarks on Wednesday during a meeting with a 45-member Egyptian delegation that attended the Fifth International Imam Khomeini and Foreign Policy Conference, which was held at the Iranian Foreign Ministry’s Institute for Political and International Studies (IPIS) in Tehran on the same day. 

 We should take measures so that Iran and Egypt will be two progressive, esteemed, powerful, anti-hegemonistic, and anti-Zionist countries, Ahmadinejad stated. (source)

As it turns out Hilaly was invited together with 44 other Egyptian Muslim brotherhood members delegation, probably the elite involved in organizing the riots leading to the fall of pro-Western Mubarak’s regime.

And so, indirectly we learn that this vile Islamist, who illegally overstayed his visa in Australia (he became de facto illegal immigrant) and later on was saved from being deported by Paul Keating, IS  in fact a member of Muslim Brotherhood.

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad received a visiting Egyptian delegation today in Tehran. The visiting delegation was the Muslim Brotherhood. (source)

Although his name is not mentioned in any of the news stories, we can recognize his smiling face in most of the photographs supplied by the Islamic Republic News Agency.

There are so many questions, which we’d like to ask his Australian enablers but let just concentrate on some issues:

Why did Paul Keating and Bob Hawke allow this man to stay in Australia although his racist statements and divisive actions should have indicated he was not a fit person to become a resident of Australia?


Why is he still allowed to play an influential role in Australian politics (and Islamic Community) despite the fact that his contempt to our culture and our very being has always been evident?

 Why hadn’t he been ever charged for obviously breaking Australian law?

 Of course they will say now that MB is just another, secular political organization, won't they?

Hat tip to Ken

Last Updated on Saturday, 04 June 2011 15:48