Sheik Taj El Din Al Hilaly's court case came up to day, and the Sheik was
represented by his solicitor, and a bunch of heavy weights from the Muslim
community, including Keysar (Muslims-are-victims) Trad.
The astonishing thing about this circus is that the Hilaly alliance has
admitted that the Sheik was driving an unregistered and uninsured car, but
have refused to concede that he did anything wrong at all.
Instead of coming clean, admitting the problem with the car, and defending the
other accusations, they have remained in total denial. Perhaps, like the pope,
the Sheik is regarded as infallible - perhaps the Australian legal system must
be at fault?
The Sheik was not required to to show up to the court proceedings, and he
didn't. When asked why, his solicitor claimed that he had many other duties,
and he was just too busy.
Apparently trivialities like Australian law don't rate very highly on the Sheik's list