- Muslim imam forced into hiding after car targeted, keyed with letters ISIS
- Sheikh Mohammad Tawhidi returned home this week to his destroyed car
- ‘It was radical Muslims definitely, nobody other than them would do this to me’
- ‘I don’t think it’s ISIS directly, I think it’s their sympathisers,’ he told Daily Mail
- Imam Tawhidi said he was forced to flee his home in Adelaide in fear of his life
A Muslim imam who campaigns against radical Islam has been forced into hiding after his home was targeted and his car keyed with the letters ISIS.
Adelaide‘s Sheikh Mohammad Tawhidi, who preaches messages of peace, returned home this week to find his car emblazoned with the symbol for the Islamic State militant group.
Imam Tawhidi, 34, told Daily Mail Australia on Friday the car windscreen was smashed with a rock, the roof damaged, the letters ‘ISIS’ scrawled on both the bonnet and right side of the car, and chemicals poured into the engine.
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