(CourierMail) THE ABC has been told to “have a long, hard look at itself” and decide “whose side are you on” by a furious Prime Minister after it invited a terrorist sympathiser on to its Q&A show
MORE THAN 15 SECONDS OF FAME — THIS IS THE LIFE AND CRIMES OF ZAKY MALLAH
1984: Zaky Mallah was born in Australia to parents of Lebanese descent.
2003: At age 19, Mallah is arrested under Australia’s new anti-terrorism act after allegedly planning a suicide attack in Sydney after being denied a passport.
He spends two years in Goulburn Supermax prison during court proceedings.
2005: The Supreme Court acquits Mallah of terrorism-related charges.
2011: Mallah is fired from his casual job in the kitchens and corporate suites at ANZ Stadium for posting video footage on YouTube showing restricted areas at the terror- sensitive venue.
2011: Mallah travels to Syria during the nation’s civil war and is believed to be engaged in non-violent roles.
2012: Mallah returns from the Middle East but is allegedly accused of being an undercover operative of Australia intelligence agencies. He also claims to have received several death threats during this period.
2013: He joins a movement called the Free Syrian Army Australia group supporting efforts to overthrow Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
2013: A series of non-combat guidelines are published on social media by Mallah on how to assist Muslims in war zones.
AM Comment: The ABC had us thinking on the night of the broadcast paid for by all tax payers, that Mallah only played up in 2003. Imagine a majority of clowns like this in Australia? Ow how quickly the sheep suit would come off. Mullah isn’t even on the top 400 watch list in Australia. Makes one wonder why not.