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Last updated on August 6th, 2017 at 05:51 am

The religion of peace is exceptionally attractive to a not-very-peaceful subset of the Australian population:

The NSW Government has launched a prison crackdown on a group of the state’s most dangerous criminals who have converted to Islam.

The targets are held in the highest security jail in Australia, the Super Max facility inside the walls of Goulburn jail, where one in three of the inmates is a Muslim fundamentalist or a convert.

Two prison converts, one a convicted murderer and the other a rapist, have married Muslim women in marriage ceremonies conducted over the telephone …

Called the “Super Max Jihadists”, they are easily identifiable, with shaven heads, long beards, carrying prayer beads and conducting prayers at least three times a day in their cells.

One of the most devout is murderous bloodnut Leith Marchant:

Guided by his fanatical beliefs, 33-year-old Marchant rejects TV and radio and won’t have either in his cell.

He sleeps on a concrete bed without a mattress to demonstrate his piety.

The main focus of his daily religious studies is martyrdom, Corrective Services Commissioner Ron Woodham said.

“He tells people, quite openly, if he was out on the street, he’d be prepared to die for the cause,” Mr Woodham said.

Interestingly, the author of these pieces is Alex Mitchell … who once called for Muslim convert and confessed terror-assistant David Hicks to be named Australian of the year.

Posted by Tim B. on 04/22/2007 at 11:19 AM
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