Last night at the University of Western Sydney's Parramatta campus, radical Muslim group Hizb ut-Tahrir gave a lecture to students, reminding them once again, why their host country is evil. The event was booked by the University's Muslim Students Association.
Mohammad Hoblos (left) and Wassim Doureihi
In his talk, Mr Dourehi said social problems facing Muslims were the result of Western ideology. "Next time we come across brothers or sisters battling addiction, who are constantly harassed by police, who are held up at the airport and sisters who are victims of domestic violence, understand the problems are systemic in nature" he said.
And the point was made that Muslim culture continues to separate themselves from the Australian way of life because the women were told to sit up the back while the men sat in the front rows.
So why don't the men and women sit together like everyone else? The explanation given was "so the men can't see the women."
The question must be asked - in 2015, in multicultural Sydney, in an enlightened institution of learning, why is this happening?