Hizb-ut Tahrir is a hardline Islamist group which seeks the establishment of a global caliphate, or empire.
The extremist group is said to reject democracy, secularism and all Western models of state.
The organisation is banned in a number of Muslim-majority countries.
Article 7c of the document said: 'Those who are guilty of apostasy (murtadd) from Islam are to be executed according to the rule of apostasy, provided they have by themselves renounced Islam.' Badar initially responded by saying the policy wasn't on its website before explaining how the group's apostasy policy was compatible with Islam.'The whole thing covers different aspects of Islamic sharia law,' he said.'The role of apostasy in Islam is very clear.
Former prime minister Tony Abbott called for the group to be shut down in 2014, but the ban was never put in place.
A spokeswoman for Justice Michael Keenan told Daily Mail Australia the 'execution' matter had been referred to the Federal Police.
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Islamists staged marches in the capital Dhaka after the murder of gay rights activists and atheist bloggers.'Their primary demand was the death of apostates and blasphemers,' Mr Ahmed, 20, told Daily Mail Australia.He and two others were charged with blasphemy this week by a court in Islamabad and face the death penalty.Hizb ut-Tahrir operates in 40 nations, including Australia and the United Kingdom, but is banned in Bangladesh along with other Muslim and Muslim-majority nations including Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Uzbekistan.They’re giving in to the pressure to conform.'About 100 people were at the publicly-advertised lecture with men making up about two-thirds of the audience.Women were segregated from the men on the left-hand side of the room, apart from Ms Bevege who stood at the back.