Sharia advocate ‘used Kyle and Jackie O’s facebook page for threat against Mardi Gras’

The Australian:

    • Natasha Robinson

 

  • March 14, 2012

 

 

Ibrahim Siddiq-Conlon

Islamic preacher Ibrahim Siddiq-Conlon has appeared in Burwood Court over a hoax threat. Picture: Jane Dempster Source: Herald Sun

AN Australian-born Sharia law advocate allegedly used the facebook page of commercial radio hosts Kyle and Jackie O to issue a fake terrorist threat to the Sydney gay and lesbian Mardi Gras.

Ibrahim Siddiq-Conlon, a Muslim convert, faced Burwood local court in Sydney’s southwest today and dismissed his social media post as a “a moment of passion” that he “absolutely” regretted.

Mr Siddiq-Conlon was also accused of child pornography offences.

Australian Federal Police charged the self-confessed hater of democracy last month and he faced court today for the first time.

He was charged with using a carriage service to issue a hoax terrorist threat, possessing child abuse material, and using a carriage service to access child pornography.

Mr Siddiq-Conlon did not enter a plea and was released from the court on bail.

He emerged from the court saying he regretted issuing the hoax threat on the Kyle and Jackie O facebook page.

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One Reply to “Sharia advocate ‘used Kyle and Jackie O’s facebook page for threat against Mardi Gras’”

  1. The degenerate whacko should be locked up permanently, although I would relish the opportunity to debate that Sharia bull…. with him toe-to-toe…

    Ross Lloyd
    Chivalry Advocate
    Canberra

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