By BI: What ‘race’ is Islam? Qurban Ali Hussein, an Afghan illegal alien who washed up in Australia 15 years ago, allegedly abused a female staff member at a Centrelink welfare office and refused to believe she could be a manager because she was not a man.
15 years in Australia and he still behaves like a 7th Century caveman.
Daily Telegraph Hussein, who had himself accused Centrelink staff of racially abusing him in a Federal Court case, yesterday denied telling the Auburn office’s boss: “No, you’re not (the manager). The manager is a man.”
The Federal Court was told Mr Hussein said words to the effect of “There is this Aussie bitch and she thinks she is a manager” and “Get the man manager” as a security guard asked him to leave the office in western Sydney.
But the 33-year-old, who came to Australia on a refugee boat from Afghanistan 15 years ago, said he had not made any comments about the Centrelink manager’s sex or called her an “Aussie bitch”. “There were a lot of witnesses but they would not give their names or testify in court,” he claimed. (Yeah, sure there were)
The Merrylands father-of-two claimed he was ordered to leave the Centrelink office because of his Hazara ethnicity and had been discriminated against. He was banned from all Centrelink offices for four months. The Commonwealth denied Centrelink staff racially abused Mr Hussein or demanded he leave because of his race or ethnicity.
The court heard Mr Hussein had asked the female staff member: “Who the f… are you?”, to which she replied: “I am the manager of this office. “Now, Aranka (Novak) will do the form for you but she will do it in the proper way.” Mr Hussein allegedly replied: “No, f… you, you’re not telling me what to do.”
As the exchange grew heated Mr Hussein said he was allegedly told to “piss off” and “I do not want to see your ugly Muslim face and get the f… out of here”. He dialed triple zero and asked for the police.
Judge Nicholas Manousaridis found staff at the Centrelink office had not breached the Racial Discrimination Act during the incident in February, 2012. But he said Mr Hussein had “every right to feel humiliated” after he was invited in error by SMS to attend the Centrelink office and then asked to leave. Mr Hussein said yesterday he planned to appeal the decision.
In 1999 he spent six months in an immigration facility at Port Hedland in Western Australia and was among the first illegal aliens to be granted a temporary protection visa.
The married father-of-two was a truck driver before injuring his spine in a work accident and has now been diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder. (Sure you were)
“I feel I have been victimized again and again,” he said. “There were issues with my Centrelink payments and I kept going to the office at Merrylands over three months but they were not helping me _ it was extremely frustrating.”
Another Muslim ingrate in Australia, Mohammed and his multiple wives have multiple kids, multiple homes, and multiple Centrelink welfare checks.