Sydney terrorist Sheik Haron Monis called out Barack Obama in 2008. He warned Obama during his campaign to not hide his religion.
Canada Free Press reported:
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Among those who saw Barack Hussein Obama as an “apostate” for denying his religion as an Islamist, when he first ran as president in 2008, was the man who was to become the terrorist who killed two innocent hostages, injuring four others at the Sydney Lindt Cafe on Sunday.
Signing his name as “Sheik Haron” and writing “Dear Brother Barack Obama” in the salutation of his letter, Man Haron Monis warned Obama on June 12, 2008:”You will be apostate by denying your religion, I advise you to avoid such a big sin.”
Virtually ignored by the mainstream media since June of 2008, the letter was easily accessed on Monis’ personal website right up until the day following the Sydney terrorist attack—and even then only because courageous Front Page Magazine columnist Daniel Greenfield brought it into the glare of publicity.
“Sheikh Haron, the Sydney hostage taker, had an extensive website which is currently down where he posted open letters to assorted politicians. These included a letter to Obama written during his original campaign.” (Greenfield, Dec. 15, 2014)
“I got your message,” Monis wrote to Obama. “Hiding the religion for political purposes is not permitted. When a Muslim is asked about her/his religion, she/he must tell the truth. You think it is permissible by Shariah law to hide your religion to achieve some positions to be able to help Islam and to give a better service to Muslims. You are wrong, Shariah law doesn’t allow you to do so, your reason for hiding your religion Islamically is not a legitimate reason.”