IN yet another western Sydney shooting, the president of controversial anti-Islamic group ‘Australian Defence League’ became the victim of a targeted attack on his home last night.Nathan Abela, 24, said “up to seven” shots were fired into his Greystanes townhouse around 11.15pm in what police said they believed was a targeted attack. He said a man walked to his door and asked if he had the right house before firing into his front door and windows, forcing him to duck for cover. The ADL are a right-wing extremist anti-Islam group who are very vocal in their opposition to the religion, regularly posting derogatory updates to their near 2,000 Facebook followers. They have also held small scale protests in Sydney’s CBD protesting the religion’s presence in Australia. Mr Abela appeared on Ray Hadley’s 2GB show less than a week ago, with Mr Hadley describing him as a “liar” and a “grub” for secretly recording a conversation with his personal assistant and posting it on YouTube.