Islamic Women Refuse to Listen to Australian Law but still happy to collect Centrelink

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Islamic Women Refuse to Listen to Australian Law but still happy to collect Centrelink

Post by lilly » Thu Feb 09, 2017 6:10 pm

Islamic Women Refuse to Listen to Australian Law but still happy too collect Centrelink

Just a slap on the wrist for these anti-Australian like the one in the article. She will get the fine paid b Centrelink. :roll: :oops:
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Moutia Elzahed to be charged for refusing to stand for a District Court judge

A woman who refused to stand for a judge due to her Islamic faith will become the first person to be charged with new disrespectful behaviour laws.

Moutia Elzahed, the husband of convicted terrorist recruiter Hamdi Alqudsi, refused to stand for NSW District Court judge Audrey Balla in December during a civil case against the police.

She will not be charged with contempt of court but will be prosecuted under the District Court Act for intentionally disrespectful behaviour, a spokesman for the Solicitor General's Office said on Thursday.

The offence, which carries a maximum 14 days in prison or $1100 fine, was introduced last year following well-publicised instances of religious extremists not standing in court.

Ms Elzahed unsuccessfully sued state and federal police over a counter-terrorism raid on her family's home in 2014.

She claimed the police assaulted her and her family, including punching her in the head while she was in bed, calling her a bitch and slamming her son on a cupboard.
full article http://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia ... ocid=wispr



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Re: Islamic Women Refuse to Listen to Australian Law but still happy too collect Centrelink

Post by zapper » Mon Feb 13, 2017 5:49 pm

Appalling

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