An Islamic Sheikh has finally received some backlash after, upon arrival in Sydney airport, began taking pictures of women and sending them to his followers and friends, followed by ridiculously lewd comments.
Will liberal feminists defend this too?
Sheikh Zaid Alsalami began to send out a slew of invasive photos, clearly taken when the women in them weren’t looking. He then followed it up by texting horrible things to his friends. “I arrived. This was her. Walahi. No bra,” he said, using the Arabic term for ‘I swear to Allah’.
Sheikh Zaid also uploaded a selfie of himself next to a scantily-clad Victoria’s Secret model post at Sydney airport.
The Daily Mail reports:
Sheikh Zaid has also posed in pictures next to a poster of Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Khomenei and the flag of Lebanese terror group Hezbollah, which is banned in Australia.
In another message obtained by Daily Mail Australia, Sheikh Zaid threatened to curse a man’s family and ruin his life through a divine prayer known as dua.
‘I will do dua against you tonight for what you have accused me,’ he said.
The sheikh’s Facebook page also features bizarre videos instructing young men and girls on how to dress.
In one video posted in 2016, he squeezes the biceps of a man in a tight, pink shirt and touches his chest hair.
‘We look at the colour choice for example, I’m very sure there would have been other types of colours that were available but nowadays we see a lot of our boys wearing feminine colours,’ he said.
‘And we have the big problem of the open-chest syndrome where a person wants to show his masculinity by those hairs.
‘These nice muscles are also shown because of how tight the T-shirt is. And we can’t overlook how he’s wearing some designer underwear, probably some Calvin Klein or Lacoste,’ he later said while lifting the man’s shirt.