Parramatta mosque leader lashes out and KICKS a news cameraman – as police seize one month’s worth of security footage from the building the radicalised Muslim teen visited before shooting a police accountant

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A leader of the mosque that 15-year-old gunman Farhad Jabar Khalil Mohammad visited before shooting a police accountant has lashed out at members of the media, as the place of worship hands over a month’s worth of security footage to police.

Neil El-Kadomi, the head of Parramatta Mosque, on Marsden Street, kicked a cameraman from Nine News as he was being questioned and photographed outside the mosque on Monday. Mr El-Kadomi, who denied any association with the teenage killer, appeared to be having a verbal altercation with the cameraman when he lifted his right leg and kicked him.

A NSW police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that there have been no formal complaints lodged in relation to the incident

Mr El-Kadomi was questioned about his affiliation with Jabar- who was gunned down by police during a shoot out on Friday – after it was reported the ‘radicalised’ youth had visited the mosque to change into a black robe just before he stormed Parramatta’s police headquarters.

On Sunday, Mr El-Kadomi denied he knew ‘the boy’ and claimed the teen was an infrequent visitor at the mosque, The Age reported. ‘He died and his secret died with him. I don’t know if it’s terrorism. What the boy’s motive is we don’t know,’ chairman of the Parramatta Mosque, Neil El-Kadomi said. ‘We are Australian and we live in Australia. The mosque has no link to the crime. The community is very shocked by what happened,’

The mosque, located only a few blocks from where the fatal shooting took place, was raided on Sunday morning ‘with the full support’ of community leaders, a NSW police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia. 

2 Responses

  1. Assault charges should be filed and pursued against the kicker. This sort of violence seems to cancel the “we are Aussies” statement, doesn’t it.

  2. F**** the police. The law is very clear. If the police are aware of an assault they are obliged to investigate and if need be prosecute. There is no need for anyone to complain.

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