Australian mosque leader tells violent Muslims to leave country

A fireman hoses down the scene where a 15-year-old gunman shot dead a civilian police employee the previous day, before being gunned down by police, in Sydney on October 3, 2015The leader of the Sydney mosque attended by a 15-year-old who killed a police worker has called for an end to violent extremism, saying Friday that Muslims who reject Australian values should leave the country. Mosque chairman Neil El-Kadomi explained to reporters what he had told the faithful at morning prayers and ahead of a planned evening protest by right-wingers to close the building down. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull also advised people to leave if Australian values were “unpalatable”.

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