A radical Muslim group held a conference on Saturday afternoon discouraging members and their children from singing the Australian national anthem – while refusing to condemn ISIS.
Global Islamist political group Hizb ut-Tahrir, which is campaigning for Sharia law, hired a community hall at Campsie, in Sydney's south-west, for the event.
What exactly is radical about this group? They're simply more blatant than your average Muslim.
In another part of the discussion, Mr Doureihi condemned an elderly white, pro-refugee male customer at his shop who had described Sharia law Hudud punishments as 'barbaric', which can involve the amputation of a hand for stealing.
'We've probably bought into the lie that is tolerance, diversity and multiculturalism,' he said. 'We're sold the rhetoric of acceptance of diversity, and different people's and different opinions and different religions but not realising the reality of what that entails.
He's right. Tolerance, diversity and multiculturalism are all lies. Though, he doesn't follow that logic to its end: Islam has no place in the West.
In early 2017, Hizb ut-Tahrir spokesman Uthman Badar, who was present on Saturday, told a forum at Bankstown, in Sydney's south-west, that ex-Muslims, called 'apostates', should be killed.
'The ruling for apostates as such in Islam is clear, that apostates attract capital punishment and we don't shy away from that,' he said.
Again, nothing "radical" about that since it's simple Islamic doctrine.