Federal police investigate Sheikh's DVD The Australian Federal Police (AFP) are making inquiries about a DVD in which a Sydney cleric refers to Jewish people as "pigs" and says children should be taught a love of martyrdom.
A spokeswoman for the AFP says police are aware of the video showing the head of the Global Islam Youth Centre, Sheikh Feiz Mohammed.
Acting federal Attorney-General Kevin Andrews says the comments are reprehensible and offensive.
"We are particularly concerned about literature that can find its way into the hands of young people and children in this country," he said.
"It is not something which is acceptable and it's something which obviously the authorities are looking at as part of their investigation."
New South Wales Premier Morris Iemma has also condemned the Sheikh's comments.
Mr Iemma says he has already spoken to the Federal Government about having the DVDs banned.
"This is just more disgusting commentary from a Sheikh who has no understanding of the values that we live by," he said.
"I've called on the Commonwealth Attorney-General to take whatever necessary steps are available to try and have this DVD withdrawn."
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