Attack on Australian Islamic College came ‘from the fringe’

The Australian Islamic College in Thornlie made headlines around the country when a car was set alight outside it’s front door, and some anti-Islamic graffiti was spray-painted on its wall.

Five weeks on, WestTV interviewed the school’s executive principal Abdullah Khan to discover what the feeling had been like since the attack.

Mr Khan is confident the attack came from a narrow fringe of society, and is convinced most of Perth and Australia wants a peaceful and cohesive community.