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Australian Islamic leaders call for an end to hatred and provocation, claim radical group Hizb ut-Tahrir is tarnishing religion's reputations
by Andrew Carswell and Geoff Chambers
Australia's Islamic leaders have demanded radical group Hizb ut-Tahrir stop voicing its vile sermons in public, hate-filled messages which they claim are tarnishing the entire Muslim community.
The stinging rebuke comes as the religion's leaders prepare to intervene in the activist group in a last-ditch attempt to calm its members' aggressive and scandalous approach and curb its fundamentalism.
For years Australia's often divided coterie of imams have been loathe to publicly scold Hizb ut-Tahrir's tiny but vocal members, shaking their heads in private but preferring to preach freedom of expression.
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