Milad Bin Ahmad-Shah Al-Ahmadzai, 25, was seen asking a speaker at a Sharia law debate what he would do when fighters come to wage jihad in video footage played during his murder trial.
Wearing a black mask covering his face and a headdress Al-Ahmadzai said: 'What are you going to do the day the mujahideen decide to jihad here, whether by air, on train or foot?'
The debater, who was speaking against Sharia law during the 2011 meeting at Parramatta Town Hall, west of Sydney, asked him whether he would commit 'an act of war' against Australia.
But Al-Ahmadzai replied saying: 'I never said such a thing.'
The video was played during a hearing on Friday at Parramatta District Court where Al-Ahmadzai is standing trial for shooting a 52-year-old man outside a gay nightclub in Sydney's west.
During his lengthy tirade calling for Sharia law he argued that many Muslims have been left with 'nothing' since the abolition of the Caliphate in 1924, which followed the rise of the Turkish Republic.
Al-Ahmadzai said: 'Since the abolition of our caliphate by your governments in 1924, since that point to now we don't have anything.' [...]
Posted by Women Against Shariah on Friday, November 27, 2015
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