After terrorist attacks in Australia in the name of Islam, Muslim leaders around the country condemn violent extremism and its perversion of their religion.
Some of them do not think they should have to assume responsibility for denouncing such abhorrent criminality, but they do it anyway.
Barely anyone notices.
They do not have the platform of politicians such as Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who has repeatedly called on Muslim leaders to do more since last week's Bourke Street attack.
Mr Morrison went as far as saying that "in many cases" they would know who the extremists were in their communities.