The Face of Left Wing Violent Bigots – Omar Hassan, leading the rise of Far Left Extremism and Violence and Radicalising students at UTS Sydney and Sydney University

Sydney University allow this man to infect your children at Sydney University

Here he is with a baby saying ” WEE WEE JUMP ON THE ZIONIST FACE”

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Link to FB Video https://www.facebook.com/OmarSherrife/videos/637841201005/?__mref=message_bubble

 

In our effort to expose the Violent Left Wing Bigots we have been provided information about Left Wing Bigot Omar Hassan. After investigations we uncovered Omar Hussan and his use of Sydney University’s facilities to promote violence and racism. They are also currently under investigation for attacking a Jewish student on campus.

The face of socialism and violent extremism in our universities.
The face of socialism and violent extremism in our universities.

In sydney our streets have been plastered in this mans socialism posters and so called “anti racism” propaganda. Vandalising suburbs with his disgusting views about our country and openly attacking anyone who opposes them. Here we start seeing what Omar is doing at Sydney University. The Socialist Alternative have been de-registered but are still using the university to infect students minds. See here for more on the attacks http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/socialist-alternative-student-club-deregistered-20140905-10d5yl.html

Using Sydney University facilities to promote this disgusting propaganda
Using Sydney University facilities to promote this disgusting propaganda

 

 

Arent students supposed to be learning at University? The parents of these 2 left wing bigots must be ashamed and someone has to ask the University why they are allowing this on campus. There are clear rules against this conduct and you can help by sending an email here and reporting this and demand answers. misconductandappeals@uts.edu.au

Here Omar is again teaching your children his far left wing views. Hang your head in shame. Again all this on campus at UTS
Here Omar is again teaching your children his far left wing views. Hang your head in shame. Again all this on campus at UTS

 

#Teamaustralia? You are not Team Australia, you’re a vile left wing bigot.  Here is what i call Team Idiot doing a so called blockade at the University. What i don’t understand is the sign. “Firing staff is violence” ? No Omar, violence is your left wing bigots attacking old women attending rallies, Harassing people on campus for being pro Israel is a form of violence. I think the University needs to sack more of these left wing teachers that allow scum like you near our children. University is a place to learn, not a place for you to run a hate campaign. We have contacted the University for an official comment and they advised they are currently investigating this idiot.

Firing Staff Is violence?
Firing Staff Is violence? Omar Hassan your an idiot.

Now we can start to understand why Omar and his thugs on campus attacked a Jewish girl on campus. Your a brave men Omar, attacking women by putting pictures up everywhere calling them murderers. Your racist attitude below is very clear.

Omar Hassan hates Israel and jews.
Omar Hassan hates Israel and jews.

Here Omar admits he is a “Radical Left Wing Bigot”. Using our tax dollars at UTS in Sydney to promote his disgusting views.

Using University equipment to print his left wing bigotry and extremist views
Using University equipment to print his left wing bigotry and extremist views.

Why is this bigot allowed to use University facilities? See below. UTS Tower

Omar Hassan

Here Omar is promoting Violence again. Yet Omar Hassan and his Violent group are actually under investigation for being racists. Hang your head in shame Omar. As for the Fascist comment your the real Fascist.

Against racism but racism against Israel is ok ?
Against racism but racism against Israel is ok ?

Omar wants to get Militant. Stick to attacking old women you coward. Sarah Garnham is another Left wing Bigot. If you have any information about her please email us at leftwingbigotsexposed@outlook.com

Omar Hassan

 

Omar's Public Office Number
Omar’s Public Office Number

Contact Sydney University here http://sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/media-contacts.html

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Omar does not know what oxymoron means, maybe if you actually studied you would understand the difference.
Omar HassanOmar is now saying he is proud of the violence of his Far Left wing Bigots and states he wants to do the same on July 19th.

Omar Hassan encourages violence
Omar Hassan encourages violence and wants more

Here is Omar Hassan’s sister. Another violent left wing bigot who encourages violence.

Omar HassanMore shocking is the so called student union notes.

Omar HassanBoycott Israel. How about Mecca? Why don’t you boycott them also? It was invaded remember ?

Clearly these people should not be at the university or near any young people. We will continue to monitor this left wing bigot and demand answers from the university as to the use of university facilities to promote Violence and print propaganda.

 

 

3 thoughts on “The Face of Left Wing Violent Bigots – Omar Hassan, leading the rise of Far Left Extremism and Violence and Radicalising students at UTS Sydney and Sydney University”

  1. Here is a place to start…..

    https://www.reportextremism.livingsafetogether.gov.au/

    These extremists are a disgrace to Australia and a threat to our national security. I wonder how many students are on Visa’s and therefor fall under the AUSTRALIAN SECURITY INTELLIGENCE ORGANISATION ACT 1979 – SECT 4
    http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/cth/consol_act/asioa1979472/s4.html

    Definitions

    In this Act, unless the contrary intention appears:

    “activities prejudicial to security ” includes any activities concerning which Australia has responsibilities to a foreign country as referred to in paragraph (b) of the definition of security in this section.

    “acts of foreign interference ” means activities relating to Australia that are carried on by or on behalf of, are directed or subsidised by or are undertaken in active collaboration with, a foreign power, being activities that:

    (a) are clandestine or deceptive and:

    (i) are carried on for intelligence purposes;

    (ii) are carried on for the purpose of affecting political or governmental processes; or

    (iii) are otherwise detrimental to the interests of Australia; or

    (b) involve a threat to any person.

    “AGO ” has the meaning given by the Intelligence Services Act 2001 .

    “ASD ” has the meaning given by the Intelligence Services Act 2001 .

    “ASIO affiliate ” means a person performing functions or services for the Organisation in accordance with a contract, agreement or other arrangement, and includes a person engaged under section 85 and a person performing services under an agreement under section 87, but does not include the Director-General or an ASIO employee.

    “ASIO employee ” means a person employed under section 84 or 90.

    “ASIS ” has the meaning given by the Intelligence Services Act 2001 .

    “attacks on Australia’s defence system ” means activities that are intended to, and are likely to, obstruct, hinder or interfere with the performance by the Defence Force of its functions or with the carrying out of other activities by or for the Commonwealth for the purposes of the defence or safety of the Commonwealth.

    “Australia ” , when used in a geographical sense, includes the external Territories.

    “authority of a State” :

    (a) in Part IV–has the meaning given by subsection 35(1); and

    (b) otherwise–includes:

    (i) a Department of State of a State, or a Department of the Public Service of a State; and

    (ii) a body, whether incorporated or not, established for public purposes by or under a law of a State; and

    (iii) a body corporate in which a State or a body referred to in subparagraph (ii) has a controlling interest.

    “authority of the Commonwealth ” includes:

    (a) a Department of State or an Agency within the meaning of the Public Service Act 1999 ;

    (aa) a Department within the meaning of the Parliamentary Service Act 1999 ;

    (b) the Defence Force;

    (c) a body, whether incorporated or not, established for public purposes by or under a law of the Commonwealth or of a Territory;

    (d) the holder of an office established for public purposes by or under a law of the Commonwealth or of a Territory;

    (e) a prescribed body established in relation to public purposes that are of concern to the Commonwealth and any State or States; and

    (f) a body corporate in which the Commonwealth or a body referred to in paragraph (c) has a controlling interest.

    “carriage service provider ” has the same meaning as in the Telecommunications Act 1997 .

    “carrier ” has the same meaning as in the Telecommunications Act 1997 .

    “certified copy ” means:

    (a) in relation to a warrant–a copy of the warrant that has been certified in writing by the Director-General or a Deputy Director-General to be a true copy of the warrant; or

    (b) in relation to an authorisation under section 27G–a copy of the authorisation that has been certified in writing by the Director-General or a Deputy Director-General to be a true copy of the authorisation; or

    (c) in relation to an instrument varying or revoking a warrant or an authorisation under section 27G–a copy of the instrument that has been certified in writing by the Director-General or a Deputy Director-General to be a true copy of the instrument.

    “Committee on Intelligence and Security ” means the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security established under the Intelligence Services Act 2001 .

    “data storage device ” means a thing (for example, a disk or file server) containing (whether temporarily or permanently), or designed to contain (whether temporarily or permanently), data for use by a computer.

    “Defence Department ” means the Department of State that deals with defence and that is administered by the Minister administering section 1 of the Defence Act 1903 .

    “Defence Minister ” means the Minister administering section 1 of the Defence Act 1903 .

    “Deputy Director-General ” means a person who holds, or is acting in, a position known as Deputy Director-General of Security.

    “Director-General ” means the Director-General of Security holding office under this Act.

    “engage in conduct has the same meaning as in the Criminal Code” .

    “Foreign Affairs Minister ” means the Minister administering the Diplomatic Privileges and Immunities Act 1967 .

    “foreign intelligence ” means intelligence about the capabilities, intentions or activities of people or organisations outside Australia.

    “foreign power ” means:

    (a) a foreign government;

    (b) an entity that is directed or controlled by a foreign government or governments; or

    (c) a foreign political organisation.

    “frisk search ” means:

    (a) a search of a person conducted by quickly running the hands over the person’s outer garments; and

    (b) an examination of anything worn or carried by the person that is conveniently and voluntarily removed by the person.

    “IGIS official ” (short for Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security official) means:

    (a) the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security; or

    (b) a member of the staff referred to in subsection 32(1) of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security Act 1986 .

    “intelligence or security agency ” means any of the following:

    (a) the Australian Secret Intelligence Service;

    (b) the Office of National Assessments;

    (c) that part of the Defence Department known as the Australian Geospatial-Intelligence Organisation;

    (d) that part of the Defence Department known as the Defence Intelligence Organisation;

    (e) that part of the Defence Department known as the Australian Signals Directorate.

    “Judge ” means a Judge of a court created by the Parliament.

    “law enforcement agency ” means an authority of the Commonwealth, or an authority of a State, that has functions relating to law enforcement.

    “ordinary search ” means a search of a person or of articles on his or her person that may include:

    (a) requiring the person to remove his or her overcoat, coat or jacket and any gloves, shoes and hat; and

    (b) an examination of those items.

    “Organisation ” means the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation.

    “participant ” in a special intelligence operation means a person who is authorised under Division 4 of Part III to engage in special intelligence conduct for the purposes of the special intelligence operation.

    “permanent resident ” means a person:

    (a) in the case of a natural person:

    (i) who is not an Australian citizen;

    (ii) whose normal place of residence is situated in Australia;

    (iii) whose presence in Australia is not subject to any limitation as to time imposed by law; and

    (iv) who is not an unlawful non-citizen within the meaning of the Migration Act 1958 ; or

    (b) in the case of a body corporate:

    (i) which is incorporated under a law in force in a State or Territory; and

    (ii) the activities of which are not controlled (whether directly or indirectly) by a foreign power.

    “politically motivated violence ” means:

    (a) acts or threats of violence or unlawful harm that are intended or likely to achieve a political objective, whether in Australia or elsewhere, including acts or threats carried on for the purpose of influencing the policy or acts of a government, whether in Australia or elsewhere; or

    (b) acts that:

    (i) involve violence or are intended or are likely to involve or lead to violence (whether by the persons who carry on those acts or by other persons); and

    (ii) are directed to overthrowing or destroying, or assisting in the overthrow or destruction of, the government or the constitutional system of government of the Commonwealth or of a State or Territory; or

    (ba) acts that are terrorism offences; or

    (c) acts that are offences punishable under Division 119 of the Criminal Code , the Crimes (Hostages) Act 1989 or Division 1 of Part 2, or Part 3, of the Crimes (Ships and Fixed Platforms) Act 1992 or under Division 1 or 4 of Part 2 of the Crimes (Aviation) Act 1991 ; or

    (d) acts that:

    (i) are offences punishable under the Crimes (Internationally Protected Persons) Act 1976 ; or

    (ii) threaten or endanger any person or class of persons specified by the Minister for the purposes of this subparagraph by notice in writing given to the Director-General.

    “promotion of communal violence ” means activities that are directed to promoting violence between different groups of persons in the Australian community so as to endanger the peace, order or good government of the Commonwealth.

    “security ” means:

    (a) the protection of, and of the people of, the Commonwealth and the several States and Territories from:

    (i) espionage;

    (ii) sabotage;

    (iii) politically motivated violence;

    (iv) promotion of communal violence;

    (v) attacks on Australia’s defence system; or

    (vi) acts of foreign interference;

    whether directed from, or committed within, Australia or not; and

    (aa) the protection of Australia’s territorial and border integrity from serious threats; and

    (b) the carrying out of Australia’s responsibilities to any foreign country in relation to a matter mentioned in any of the subparagraphs of paragraph (a) or the matter mentioned in paragraph (aa).

    “seizable item ” means anything that could present a danger to a person or that could be used to assist a person to escape from lawful custody.

    “senior position-holder ” means an ASIO employee, or an ASIO affiliate, who holds, or is acting in, a position in the Organisation that is:

    (a) equivalent to or higher than a position occupied by an SES employee; or

    (b) known as Coordinator.

    “serious crime ” means conduct that, if engaged in within, or in connection with, Australia, would constitute an offence against the law of the Commonwealth, a State or a Territory punishable by imprisonment for a period exceeding 12 months.

    “special intelligence conduct ” means conduct for or in relation to which a person would, but for section 35K, be subject to civil or criminal liability under a law of the Commonwealth, a State or a Territory.

    “special intelligence function ” means a function of the Organisation under paragraph 17(1)(a), (b), (e) or (f).

    “special intelligence operation ” is an operation:

    (a) in relation to which a special intelligence operation authority has been granted; and

    (b) that is carried out for a purpose relevant to the performance of one or more special intelligence functions; and

    (c) that may involve an ASIO employee or an ASIO affiliate in special intelligence conduct.

    “special intelligence operation authority ” means an authority to conduct a special intelligence operation granted under section 35C.

    “staff member ” of a body (however described) includes:

    (a) the head (however described) of the body, or another person who holds an office or appointment in relation to the body; and

    (b) a person who is otherwise a member of the staff of the body (whether an employee of the body, a consultant or contractor to the body, or a person who is made available by an authority of the Commonwealth, an authority of a State, or other person, to perform services for the body).

    “State ” includes the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory.

    “strip search ” means a search of a person or of articles on his or her person that may include:

    (a) requiring the person to remove all of his or her garments; and

    (b) an examination of the person’s body (but not of the person’s body cavities) and of those garments.

    “Territory ” does not include the Australian Capital Territory or the Northern Territory.

    “terrorism offence ” means:

    (a) an offence against Subdivision A of Division 72 of the Criminal Code ; or

    (b) an offence against Part 5.3 of the Criminal Code .

    Note: A person can commit a terrorism offence against Part 5.3 of the Criminal Code even if no terrorist act (as defined in that Part) occurs.

    “violence ” includes the kidnapping or detention of a person.

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