Australian extremist says war with the West is ‘inevitable’

Doureihi is the same man who in 2014 repeatedly refused to condemn Islamic State despite being asked more than a dozen times to do so by ABC Lateline presenter Emma Alberici.
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Australian extremist Wassim Doureihi is trying to raise a Muslim army to fight Westerners.

‘A clash is inevitable’: Australian leader of Islamist extremist group Hizb ut-Tahrir says there will be a WAR with Islam – and compares the West to a prisoner who won’t reform.

An Islamist extremist group the Australian government is refusing to ban has declared there will be a war between Islam and the West.

Hizb ut-Tahrir spokesman Wassim Doureihi, who wants a global Islamic caliphate based on Sharia law, has urged Muslims to take up arms against Western civilisation.

‘The change that Muslims must demand and humanity so desperately seeks is nothing less than wholesale, systemic change,’ he said.

Wassim Doureihi has previously repeatedly refused to condemn ISIS in an ABC-TV interview
Wassim Doureihi has previously repeatedly refused to condemn ISIS in an ABC-TV interview

‘The West will not evolve like a reformed prisoner seeking to remedy its past,’ he said.


‘Its existence is dependent upon the perpetuation of its crimes and the privileges it has long inherited, which is why we must confront another truth that a clash is inevitable between the existing world order and its proposed alternative.’

His comments, made at a recent Hizb ut-Tahrir conference in Sydney, were posted this week on the Facebook page of fellow leader Uthman Badar, who in March confirmed he supported the death penalty for ex-Muslims and jihadist activity.

Hizb ut-Tahrir's Wassim Doureihi says there will be a clash with Islam against the world order
Hizb ut-Tahrir’s Wassim Doureihi says there will be a clash with Islam against the world order

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Both Hizb ut-Tahrir leaders addressed the forum at Campsie, in the city’s west, asking if Australia could be setting up concentration camps for Muslims.

Mr Doureihi is the same man who in 2014 repeatedly refused to condemn Islamic State despite being asked more than a dozen times to do so by ABC Lateline presenter Emma Alberici.



In May, Attorney-General George Brandis announced the Australian government would not be banning Hizb ut-Tahrir even though it is illegal in Germany and The Netherlands and a range of Muslim-majority nations including Indonesia, Bangladesh, Pakistan and even Saudi Arabia.

Attorney-General George Brandis is refusing to ban Islamist extremist group Hizb ut-Tahrir 
Attorney-General George Brandis is refusing to ban Islamist extremist group Hizb ut-Tahrir
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