That’s where all of their leaders belong…
Australian leader of extremist Islamic group that wants a global Muslim caliphate is moved to a notorious maximum security prison in Jordan
- Hizb ut-Tahrir’s Australian leader Ismail al-Wahwah detained in Jordan in July
- Former Sydney taxi driver now moved to Al Muwaqqar II prison with terrorists
- His son Anas al-Wahwah confirmed he was in notorious Al Muwaqqar II jail
The Australian leader of an Islamist group that wants a global Muslim caliphate has been moved to a notorious maximum security prison in the Middle East and detained alongside al-Qaida terrorists.
Daily Mail Australia revealed in July that Hizb ut-Tahrir’s Australian spiritual leader Ismail al-Wahwah was jailed in Jordan.
The former Sydney taxi driver, who lived at Condell Park in the city’s south-west, was initially arrested at Amman Airport while travelling to the capital with his wife.