http://livenews.com.au/feature/keysar-trad-defamat ion-case-against-2gb-dismissed/2009/7/31/214597 A defamation case taken out against Macquarie Radio by Islamic Friendship Association spokesman Keysar Trad has been dismissed, with the Supreme court judge finding he has racist views. Two years ago it was ruled 2GB radio broadcaster Jason Morrison had defamed Mr Trad when he labelled him "gutless" and "disgraceful and dangerous" following a speech Mr Trad made over the 2005 Cronulla riots. A Supreme Court jury found in Mr Trad's favour. But the jury's decision has been effectively quashed by today's judgement from Justice Peter McClellan. Justice McClellan ruled that the case should be dismissed, after lawyers for 2GB argued that information claimed to be defamatory was in fact true. "There is little doubt that many of the plaintiff's remarks are offensive to Jewish persons and homosexuals," Justice McClellan said in his judgment. "Many of his remarks are distasteful and appear to condone violence," the judgment continued. "I'm satisfied that the plaintiff does hold views which can properly be described as racist. "I'm also satisfied that he encourages others to hold those views. In particular he holds views derogatory of Jewish people. "The views which he holds would not be acceptable to most right-thinking Australians," Justice McClellan's judgment said. Click here for Justice McClellan's full judgement Mr McHugh had told the judge the "truth case" largely related to documents, including articles which Mr Trad had admitted writing and media interviews. He read out parts of an article on homosexuals, submitting the views were "offensive" and showed Mr Trad to be a "disgraceful and dangerous individual". He also played two radio interviews, where Mr Trad was asked about the comments made by his friend Sheik Alhilali, who had described scantily clad women as "uncovered meat". Rather than condemning the sheik, Mr Trad was "an apologist for the appalling views" and gave out misinformation about the Islamic community, Mr McHugh said. Mr Trad's case has been dismissed with costs. And some of the comments... "I'm happy to pay for his airline ticket and send him back where he came from..." "The labor party will have have this Judge removed ,there giving themselves a uppercut wondering how he slipped,through the cracks."