May 29, 2015
A celebrated crusader against drugs and advocate for Moslem youth in Western Sydney has been sentenced to a minimum of two-and-a-half years for supplying cocaine, The Daily Telegraph reports.
Fadi Abdul-Rahman once represented young Moslems at the Labor government’s 2020 summit held in 2008, which was supposed to be a conference full of idealistic liberals that got together to plot a long-term strategy for shaping Australia’s future. In that sense, Fadi was an excellent choice for showcasing things to come.
Fadi was the “it” Moslem guy, the debunker of all the stereotypes about gun-toting, drug-dealing, gang-raping Lebanese Moslem scum that infest the western suburbs of Sydney. In essence, he was an incarnation of the prophet Mohammed, only with a big touch of Jesus to make him palatable to a Christian audience. He set up the “Moslem Youth Center” in Lakemba to help steer his brothers on the right path. Such a bright hope was he that he even featured in a SBS documentary (SBS being the government broadcasting propaganda arm for multicultural Australia) titled Temple of Dreams, which showed what a stand-up, real-deal role-model Fadi was to these teenage terrorists.
Yep, Fadi was put in our midst to right the wrongs started by Whitey. Because let’s face it, the only reason that Moslem youth turn bad is that they’re excluded from mainstream society by bigoted, xenophobic ‘skips’ who just won’t give them a break.
Alas, Fadi is but an Arab, and who was he — an advocate for a life free from drugs, alcohol, promiscuity and crime — to resist the temptation to deal in Class-A drugs?
The 39-year-old father of five was convicted in 2014 for supplying five kilograms (11lb) of Columbian marching powder. In sentencing, Acting Judge Geoffrey Graham told the court his family has described the multiple-breeding Moslem roach’s behaviour as “out of character”, although there is no report of howls of laughter from the jury.
Prophet Fadi had tried to ship the commercial quantity of coke in 2012 by hiding it in a wooden chess set that he smuggled from the United States. But the cops who were already onto him, replaced the yuppie dust with ordinary powder, and inserted a listening device that was switched on when a dismayed Fadi was heard to exclaim, “It’s a fucking tracker!” upon discovering the bug — words that so far this author has not been able to find translated from the Quran.
Yet, they still think he’s a top bloke. His representatives told the court during sentencing just what a model prisoner he is, and how he has become a “Moslem delegate” acting as an ambassador between what is obviously a large Middle Eastern prison population and the staff.
So this is nothing but an unfortunate misstep on the otherwise holy path of a sainted gift to the Australian community who came into prominence when he spoke up for the Moslem population in the wake of the 2005 Cronulla Protests.
It is understood that he is studying law and social science (and not to help him become a better criminal later in life). When he gets out, it’ll be as though it never happened. By then he’ll back on government panels and leading the youth of Western Sydney on the path to Allah, which contrary to the plain evidence, is not paved with drugs.