Court won’t listen to Muslim woman’s evidence unless she removes veil


From The Australian and the Daily Telegraph (of Australia)

A judge has refused to hear evidence from a Muslim woman, the wife of a Islamic extremist, because she refused to remove her veil in court.

Moutia Elzahed, one of two women married to convicted criminal and Islamic extremist Hamdi Alqudsi, is suing the police alleging they punched her and called her a “bitch” during the Operation Appleby terrorism raids at her Revesby home on September 18, 2014. (and) is seeking compensation for “assault and battery, wrongful arrest, false imprisonment and intimidation”.

…NSW District Court Judge Audrey Balla would not allow her to take the stand while she was wearing her veil. But she still refused to take it off.

Ms Elzahed’s lawyer Clive Evatt argued his client was not allowed to show her face to any man outside her family for religious reasons.

Judge Balla gave Ms Elzahed the option to have the court closed while she gave evidence or to do so in another room, or via video link. Mr Evatt then argued that the options were not suitable because male legal counsels would still be able to see Ms Elzahed’s face.

Ms Elzahed also ­refused to stand for Judge Balla when the judicial officer entered and exited the court.

Ms Elzahed has accused police of punching her during the September 2014 dawn raid and

It is understood Ms Elzahed told reporters outside court that being told she couldn’t give evidence was “unfair”.

… she failed to turn up to the fourth day of the hearing this morning. Her lawyer Zali Burrows declined to say why Ms Elzahed did not appear.

She is joined in the lawsuit by her husband Hamdi Alqudsi and her sons Hamza George, 17, and Abdulla George, 17. Today, two NSW police officers who handcuffed Ms Elzahed’s teenage sons during a terrorism raid on their Sydney home have denied slamming either of the boys into a cupboard and window and calling them terrorists, a court has heard. Sen Cons Young said he only used “enough force to put the handcuffs on” one of the boys, who was struggling and resisting.

Since the raid Alqudsi has been convicted of helping seven men travel to Syria to fight with Islamist rebels in the civil war. He was jailed for eight years with a non-parole period of six years.

One Response

  1. One hopes the Judge will hit this allah-gang camp follower with a charge of Contempt of Court.  Both for not standing for the Judge, and for insisting on hiding behind a screen.

    The witness's face must be seen when giving evidence because a person's demeanour and tone of voice are part of their 'body language' that requires to be read by jurors as they try to determne whether a person is telling the truth.. or not.

    Any person who hides their face, their body, and even their tone of voice behind a thick concealing veil, is refusing to communicate.. or is making it very easy for themselves to deceive others.

    A further observation: I BET this creature – and her sons – are lying through their teeth about the conduct of the police. I BET their accusations are taradiddles.

    Moral of the story: cops arresting or raid-and-searching mohammedans  – in situations such as the raids described in this report – should be wearing concealed recording devices that will record both audio and video of everything that transpires from the moment they arrive on the doorstep/s to the moment any arrestees are put in the paddywagon.  Every cop. So that when the Mohammedans shriek their accusations, the impersonal eye and ear of the recording devices can be called upon, and the footage played back in full in the open court, so everyone can see the yawning gap between what the mohammedan whiners say happened, and what did in fact happen.

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