In Australia probably the most prominent leader of the Muslim community is Kaisar Tradd. Tradd acted as representative and apologist for the Grand Mufti of Australia who;
1) Was pulled over by Police because he was driving dangerously in an unregistered vehicle, verbally attacked the Police, was found to have an unregistered handgun in the car but was released without charge.
2) Following the arrest of 17 Muslim men for a wave of gang rapes of 'Christian sluts' the Grand Mufti of Australia said they were asking for it for dressing promiscuously and made an analogy that if you leave meat out cats will eat it. He then claimed that the Muslim gang rapists were given unfair sentences due to the Islamophobic hatred of Australian society.
3) Following an argument with a Muslim in the Grand Mufti's mosque, the Grand Mufti was caught on video tape smashing down a door. He then contacted Police and gave a statement accusing the other guy of the vandalism. No charges were pressed.
The Grand Mufti of Australia enjoyed the support of the Muslim population of Australia throughout these incidents and he still holds his title as 'Grand Mufti of Australia'.
Anyway, the Mufti's former spokesperson from the 'Islamic Friendship Association' Tradd, recently wrote an article praising the first Muslim migrants to Australia and their contribution to Australian society(as outback cameleers). Tradd has also described Australians as 'the criminal dregs of white society'. Tradd has 12 children and was granted asylum as a refugee during the civil war in the Lebanon. His 'Islamic Friendship Association' is the largest Islamic relations group in the country.
Here is the very first Muslim contribution to Australia from the 'first Muslim migrants' that Tradd failed to mention:
A massacre of Christian picnickers by Muslims who claimed religious justification for their act. Notes were left by the perpetrators including this one: 'I must kill you and give my life for my faith, Allahu Akbar'.
What am I to think of the 'Islamic Friendship Association', the Muslim community here that supports it, the Grand Mufti of Australia and the fact that the majority of Muslims support them?
I'd be interested in a Muslim perspective on this.