“Muslims really aren’t this ‘other’, nefarious group”

As the sun dips past its highest point in the sky, two thousand Muslims gather on the carpet beneath a high dome in Sydney’s south-west.

Shoeless, men filter in through the front door and greet one another before seating themselves on the ground to face Egyptian sheikh Mohamed Harbi as, in rich and mournful tones, he sings from the Koran.

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