An Islamic religious union that violates Australian law allegedly arrested a man who was complying with court documents on the land of his illegal shrub complex, a court heard him today.
The grounds of Colo, a small town northwest of Sydney, are used as places of worship.
The religious owners have been ordered to demolish the mobile buildings, the fences and the boat ramp on the site by the Land and Environment Tribunal, orders that the religious ignore.
A court employee named Frank Hoare had arrived on the grounds to serve the legal documents of the Muslim sect, but claimed through an affidavit filed today in court that he was detained for 30 minutes.
A conflict between council officers and Dr. Kara-Ali and an unidentified man was caught in the boardroom, allegedly showing an unidentified guild member spitting on officers
An Islamic religious guild that violates Australian law allegedly arrested a man who was at the service of judicial documents
The religious owners have been ordered to demolish the mobile buildings, the fences and the boat ramp on the site.
The affidavit of Frank Hoare told the court that guild leader Diwan Al Dawla, Mustapha Kara-Ali, and his brother Diaa Kara-Ali approached the property.
& # 39; Get out of this sacred land. You are an infidel, a man of the cross and a thief, "supposedly one of the men told him.
Frank Hoare's affidavit later claimed that Mustapha Kara-Ali padlocked the front door, locking Mr. Hoare inside the compound, ABC News reports.
He was then allegedly forced to sit in his car while Diaa Kara-Ali rode on horseback around another paddock and Mustapha Kara-Ali walked to the end of the property and began to pray.
"I did not have any reception on my mobile phone," the affidavit said.
"I played the horn to pass the traffic without result.
The 12 hectares are home to some 30 Arabian horses that the group intends to use to help young Muslims with problems
& # 39; Continue sitting in my car and … [Diaa] He continued to ride his horse around the paddock, which would be described as intimidation [sic] way. & # 39;
After a while, an older man threw Mr. Hoare's legal documents in the front seat of his car. The religious men finally opened the door and Mr. Hoare was able to get away.
This is not the first strange confrontation between the religious guild members and the council authorities.
DIWAN AL DAWLA
Diwan Al Dawla (ديوان الدولة) is a guild that promotes a way of life based on a unitary epistemology and narrative. The members of Diwan Al Dawla, known as aṣḥāb al dawla, live as a religious guild separate from the secular worldviews to follow a religious mode of worship and lifestyle under oath of sacrifice and dedication to the purposes of Diwan Al Dawla.
Source: Diwan Al Dawla
City officials in August attempted to deliver legal documents to the complex, in which the dashcam images showed that they had been spit and that an unidentified member of the guild threw a rock at them.
Last month Dr. Mustapha Kara-Ali and Diaa Kara-Ali were declared in contempt of the Hawkesbury City Council after continuing construction on their Colo religious site.
Dr. Kari-Ali is the founder of the Diwan Al Dawla guild, which bought the Colo property for $ 670,000 in May of last year and started building what he calls the religious site of Southern Chariot.
The 12 hectares are home to some 30 Arabian horses that the group intends to use to help troubled young Muslims, particularly from West Sydney, to get involved with God.
A shed and two removable buildings have been erected on the site and a barn is being built. There is also a grove of young trees such as olive trees, figs and walnuts.
Both Dr. Mustapha and Diaa Kara-Ali have refused to participate in court proceedings so far and do not recognize Australian law as legitimate.
Dr. Kara-Ali believes that any government symbol that incorporates a version of a Christian cross, including the Southern Cross and the Cross of St. George, is an affront to Islam.
He believes that any authority that uses such a symbol, such as the police and the courts, is religious, rather than secular.
A shed and two removable buildings have been erected on the site and a barn is being built