Typical of literally thousands of such contributions were one rant (available here) where he questioned â€œthe alleged â€˜Holocaustâ€™â€ and argued that Hitler was a â€œmere boyscoutâ€ compared with the government of Israel.
One of his websites â€œWho Deserve(sic) the Gas Chamberâ€ gives you some idea what weâ€™re talking about.
A comprehensive monitoring of his lunacy can be found here.
While there arenâ€™t many with such hateful views, you can find every flavour of Fruit Loop online and Faruque Ahmed was probably one of the most prolific proponent of online anti-Semitism and Israel hating that existed in Australia over the past decade.
So when this nasty piece of work died, earlier this month the Sydney Morning Herald eulogised him, failing to mention the reality of his dark life.
Retired Fairfax journalist Alex Mitchell confessed the anti-Semite had morphed from being a â€œcontactâ€ to a friend.
No mention of his views on Jews or Holocaust denial or Israel, even though Mitchell would certainly have been aware of this.
Ominously, Mitchell â€“ who occasionally writes for the left-wing email newsletter Crikey – wrote of the bigot:
That said, there are occasions when a contact does become a friend. It happens when the bond has gone beyond the exchange of information and reaches a level of personal affection based on shared values. Sydney taxi driver Faruque Ahmed was my contact and my friend.
An obituary was published also chronicling the manâ€™s militant taxi activism but again failing to tell the whole truth of his sad, miserable and evil life of denigrating the Jewish people.
Ahmed also became known throughout Sydney for his provocative stands on Middle East politicsâ€¦
Itâ€™s nice to remember the best aspects of people when they pass away. But spinning his hate-speech as a â€œprovocative stand on Middle East politicsâ€ is to unwittingly put every person who criticises some aspect of the democratically elected government of Israelâ€™s policies in the same category as a Holocaust denier whose principal reason for being interested in Israel was a hatred of Jews. They arenâ€™t the same. A provocative stand is legitimate and even good for debate. Questioning the mass murder of six millions Jews because you hate them is obviously not legitimate. And while itâ€™s not pleasant to call people on these things, if we donâ€™t stand up to evil, it will triumph.
And we owe the dead the truth, as the other old saying goes. And the Sydney Morning Herald owed its readers a much higher standard of reporting than to allow a complete whitewash of one of Sydneyâ€™s more vicious anti-Semites. Cutting that part of his story out was intellectually dishonest and indulgent. Little wonder many believe the Herald and its stablemate The Age are deeply and hopelessly biased against Israel in its reporting.
The truth is that the world is an ever so slightly better place with this nasty piece of work shuffling off his mortal coil for a place with considerably hotter temperatures than the mean streets of the concrete jungle of Sydney on a hot Januaryâ€™s day.
Oh yes, and what did the Greens think about him?
Senator-elect Lee Rhiannon described him as “always active and doing good work”.