My mate Ahmed talking a lot about what people here have been speaking of from a Muslims perspective.
Nice video, but I'm not sure I see the relevance.
I watched another of his videos and was disappointed by how dishonest it was: http://onepathnetwork.com/sheikh-shady-fuss/
In it, he defends hate preacher, Sheikh Shady, who is the president of the Australian National Imams Council and was a guest at Turnbull's iftar dinner. He pretends as if the criticism of Shady is unwarranted as his only crime is pointing out that homosexuality is considered a sin in Islam. The caption on the video even says "Sheikh Shady Alsuleiman has been targeted for preaching the well-known and official Islamic view on homosexuality". But read any article or news report on the subject and you will know that that's a complete misrepresentation of the story.
The Sheik once called AIDS a divine punishment for gays. Online videos also show Sheik Shady saying women would be “hung by their breasts in hell” and women should not even look at men. He has also previously called on God to help “destroy the enemies of Islam” and for adulterers to be stoned to death.
“What’s the most common disease these days?” he said in a sermon uploaded in YouTube in 2013. “HIV, Aids, that’s so common and there’s no cure to it. And when did it exist? Just decades ago, and more diseases are coming.” He said it was “homosexuality that’s spreading all these diseases”.
He has also previously made comments about jihad, damned Christmas parties as “worship of Satan”, and appeared at a Sydney rally for Syria in 2012 alongside Hizb ut-Tahrir spokesman Uthman Badar and Sheik Mustapha al-Majzoub.
Now if he wants to defend the Sheik, that's up to him, but at least have the honestly to properly refer to the comments that he is being criticised for. If he can't even do that, why should we believe him when he uploads a video suggesting that Islam preaches respect for all?