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Warning to all Muslims the world over seeking asylum and protection from the manifestations of their faith.
Do not under any circumstances come to Australia, for we are a Nation founded upon Judeo Christian Law and principles and as such Australia is an anathema to any follower of the Paedophile Slave Trader Mohammad's cult of Islam.
There is no ideology more hated and despised in Australia than Islam.You simply would not like it here.
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Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.
Voltaire French author, humanist, rationalist, & satirist (1694 - 1778)
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Those who demand you believe that Islam is a Religion of Peace also demand you believe in Anthropogenic Global Warming.
Aussie News & Views Jan 1 2009
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"But Communism is the god of discontent, and needs no blessing. All it needs is a heart willing to hate, willing to call envy “justice."
Equality then means the violent destruction of all social and cultural distinctions. Freedom means absolute dictatorship over the people."
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Take Hope from the Heart of Man and you make him a Beast of Prey
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“ If you will not fight for right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival.
“There may be even a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than live as slaves”
Winston Churchill. Pg.310 “The Hell Makers” John C. Grover ISBN # 0 7316 1918 8
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------If language is not correct, then what is said is not what is meant; if what is said is not what is meant, then what must be done remains undone; if this remains undone, morals and art will deteriorate; if justice goes astray, the people will stand about in helpless confusion. Hence there must be no arbitrariness in what is said.
This matters above everything.
—Confucius
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'a socialist is communist without the courage of conviction to say what he really is'.
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Hontar: We must work in the world, your eminence. The world is thus.
Altamirano: No, SeƱor Hontar. Thus have we made the world... thus have I made it.
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Voltaire said: “If you want to know who rules over you, just find out who you are not permitted to criticize.”


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When those sworn to destroy you,Communism, Socialism,"Change you can Believe in" via their rabid salivating Mongrel Dog,Islam,take away your humanity, your God given Sanctity of Life, Created in His Image , If you are lucky this prayer is maybe all you have left, If you believe in God and his Son,Jesus Christ, then you are, despite the evils that may befall you are better off than most.

Lord, I come before You with a heavy heart. I feel so much and yet sometimes I feel nothing at all. I don't know where to turn, who to talk to, or how to deal with the things going on in my life. You see everything, Lord. You know everything, Lord. Yet when I seek you it is so hard to feel You here with me. Lord, help me through this. I don't see any other way to get out of this. There is no light at the end of my tunnel, yet everyone says You can show it to me. Lord, help me find that light. Let it be Your light. Give me someone to help. Let me feel You with me. Lord, let me see what You provide and see an alternative to taking my life. Let me feel Your blessings and comfort. Amen.
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"The chief weapon in the quiver of all Islamist expansionist movements, is the absolute necessity to keep victims largely unaware of the actual theology plotting their demise. To complete this deception, a large body of ‘moderates’ continue to spew such ridiculous claims as “Islam means Peace” thereby keeping non-Muslims from actually reading the Qur’an, the Sira, the Hadith, or actually looking into the past 1400 years of history. Islamists also deny or dismiss the concept of ‘abrogation’, which is the universal intra-Islamic method of replacing slightly more tolerable aspects of the religion in favor of more violent demands for Muslims to slay and subdue infidels"

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Anthropogenic Global Warming SCAM

Friday, July 25, 2014




Mourners attend a memorial service held for a family of five killed in the flight MH17 disaster, in the suburb of Eynesbury on July 20, 2014 in Melbourne. Shaliza Zain Dewa, 45, husband Johannes van den Hende and their children Piers, Marnix and Margaux, aged 15, 12 and 8 were among the 28 Australians on board the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 that crashed killing all 298 on board.

Muslim ASSASSIN Adam Dahman,

Aussie teen Adam Dahman linked to Iraq suicide attack: Family denies he was the bomber

Alex White,Samantha Maiden and Katherine Powley 
The Daily Telegraph
July 25,2014





THIS is the Australian teen authorities believe became a suicide bomber in Iraq last week, killing five people. But the family of Adam Dahman, 18, last night denied he was the bomber, saying he is alive in Syria and had contacted them last week. His father said ASIO agents had interviewed his son but let him go, and he believed he was doing humanitarian work in Syria.

The teen, from Northcote, Melbourne is suspected of detonating a bomb near a Shiite mosque in Baghdad last week.

Pictures on Adam’s Facebook page date back to December 21 and appear to show him posing in front of Islamic State flags in Iraq which read “There is no God but God; Mohammed is the messenger of God”.

But Sam Dahman, did not believe his son was the suicide bomber: “Where is the proof?”

“I just talked to him last week. I want to see the body,” he said.



Mr Dahman said his son had run away when he was 17 on November 10 but had then phoned very upset, saying two ASIO agents had spoken with him at the airport. “What I want to know is why the government let him go?’’ Mr Dahman said.

Insiders said security agencies did not put a hold on Adam’s passport, which would have prevented him slipping out of the country.

It is understood Adam was known to authorities at the time but was not considered a threat.

He is believed to be the second Australian to be a suicide bomber in the Syria and Iraq conflict and has family ties to 22-year-old Zacharia Raad, who was killed in an ambush in Syria in June.

It is understood both men had links to convicted terrorists from a Melbourne group who planned to bomb the MCG.

Brothers Ezzit Raad and Ahmed Raad were jailed for their role in the plot. Both men have served their jail sentences.

The Islamic State terror group has claimed responsibility for Mr Dahman’s attack.

Online Adam was known as Abu Bakr al Australi and leaders have hailed him as a “knight” and a martyr.

Sydney's Occupied Territories: "I would put a bullet between her eyes, says brother of Sydney mum........."

Family hate: I would put a bullet between her eyes, says brother of Sydney mum Mahassen Issa, accused of adultery in Lebanon

Exclusive Ashlee Mullany
Police Reporter
The Daily Telegraph
July 25,2014 






POLICE have condemned violent threats made by the family of a Sydney mother who is facing jail in Lebanon over adultery charges.

Mahassen Issa was due to face court in Tripoli last night amid angry threats from her family in Sydney, who say they have “disowned her’’ and want her jailed. Ms Issa yesterday made an 11th-hour plea for the federal government to intervene, saying she now “fears the worst”.

The 29-year-old Greenacre woman is facing a six-month jail term under Islamic law after she separated from her husband and met a man in Lebanon.

MAHASSEN DESERVES TIME IN JAIL, HER FAMILY SAYS





“The fact is I’m still here. I’m trying to stay calm and think clearly but I’m heartbroken. I’m scared. I’m fearing the worst,” Ms Issa told The Daily Telegraph.

Ms Issa was believed to be in hiding last night, fearing she would be thrown in jail if she went to police in Tripoli.





Her brother Ahmed claimed the family had warned her about starting a new relationship with the man in Lebanon. He said the family would not be providing her any assistance.

“My sister did wrong. It’s their country, it’s their laws. Whether she’s an Australian citizen or not,” he said.

“We as a family told them not to do this and now she’s crying for help.

“I hope she rots in hell.”





He said it was against Islamic law for a woman to remarry unless she had been divorced for at least a year. He claimed his sister married her new partner while in Lebanon, but she has denied this.

“She’s my sister, I would put a bullet between her eyes, I couldn’t give a shit,” he told The Daily Telegraph.

NSW Police condemned the violent threats: “Any sort of violence or threat of violence has no place in our society. There is no justification for making threats like this.’’

Her mother Nala has disowned her daughter. “I told her, clean your mess and go, but now I have disowned her,” she said.

Ms Issa said her former husband had alerted authorities in Lebanon that she was with another man and brought about the adultery charges.


Their ABC and AL Jazeera

Funny how Aunty never mentions that Al Jazeera’s backers bankroll Hamas in Gaza

The Australian
July 25,2014

ABC News Radio yesterday:

THERE is a strong possibility that Israel is committing war crimes … Al Jazeera’s Nicole Johnston filed this report.

Guess who funds Al Jazeera and which side they back? Armin Rosen, Business Insider, yesterday:

HAMAS’S apparent hard-line position ... with Israel is a partial function of Qatari support, as the emirate is the financial underwriter for the militant group’s policies and hosts ... Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal said in a Doha press conference — carried in its entirety on Qatari-funded Al Jazeera’s Arabic channel — that Egypt would have to open the Rafah border crossing as a condition before his group would agree to a ceasefire. It’s a request Egypt is unlikely to agree to ...


No mention that Al Jazeera’s backers fund Hamas? ABC News Radio’s Weekend Breakfast, Sunday:

AL Jazeera commentator Marwan Bashara: The Egyptian initiative for a ceasefire, that was ... an Israeli initiative with Egyptian wrappings. This time around, there’s a genuine, apparently, Hamas initiative ...


Al Jazeera interview with Dr Mads Gilbert. SBS World Radio News, Monday:

BRIANNA Roberts: A Norwegian doctor in Gaza, Mads Gilberts, told Al Jazeera people are growing increasingly desperate.

Gilberts: The Israeli forces do not allow ambulances to access those people who are trapped in Shejaiya. There may be more than a hundred or hundreds. We don’t know the exact number of injured in the area but the access of ambulances is a major problem. A father just came running with his daughter screaming that “we need ambulances, we need ambulances, we need ambulances.”

That would be Mads Gilbert, the doctor who supported 9/11. Kristian Sarastuen, Dagbladet, September 30, 2001:

DR Mads Gilbert: The attack on New York (on 9/11) did not come as a surprise after the policy that the West has led during the last decades ... The oppressed also have a moral right to attack the USA with any weapon they can come up with ...

Interviewer: Do you support a terror attack against the USA?

Gilbert: ... yes, within the context which I have mentioned.

No prizes for guessing which network Waleed Aly chooses? ABC Radio National, July 21:

WALEED Aly: Joining me now … Nic­ole Johnston Al Jazeera correspondent in Gaza ...

Johnston: ... Shejaiya (was) hit … more than 60 people in that one neighbourhood were killed, many of them were women and children … Israel has said that there is a so-called “terror network” — that’s what they’re calling it — of tunnels under that neighbourhood. The bottom line is that it’s still a residential area. It’s a densely packed area; it’s been full of civilians, ...
Aly: Israel is warning people to flee. Are they fleeing? …

Johnston: Yeah, they are, especially after this incident in Shejaiya …

Why didn’t they flee before? IDF spokesperson, July 20:

MANY days ago, we dropped this Arabic flyer warning residents of Shuja’iya to evacuate.

Sheltering in UN schools. ABC Radio National, Nicole Johnston, Al Jazeera network, July 21:

NOW the UN is saying that it has got 85,000 people in Gaza, inside some 67 UN schools, that they’re trying to shelter.

Good luck with that! UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, Tuesday:

TODAY ... UNRWA discovered rockets hidden in a vacant school in the Gaza Strip ... situated between two other UNRWA schools that ... each accommodate 1500 internally displaced persons. UNRWA ... unequivocally condemns the group or groups responsible for this flagrant violation of ... its premises.

Australian PM,Tony Abbott, ".no surrender monkey"

The nation has a true leader in Tony Abbott

Simon Benson
The Daily Telegraph
July 25,2014 



LIKE most of us Tony Abbott was in bed asleep when Flight MH17 was shot out of the sky. He was ­staying at his modest digs in the Canberra police college. By the time news of the horrific ­incident was beginning to filter through the silos of the ­Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Prime Minister’s own department, the PM was down in the college gym for his morning workout.

He arrived at his Parliament House office early, to prepare for a carbon tax event — which, like almost every other commitment that day, was promptly cancelled.

At 6am he jumped on a phone hook-up with his senior advisers and media staff.

Some of those on that call note that Abbott reacted with a sense of calm and purpose that took any hint of panic out of the air.

“At the end of it, everyone knew what they had to do and we were allowed to go and do it,” one said.

Abbott has shown a brand of leadership that for some ­reason many commentators claim is surprising.

There is no doubt that he has led the world. Those that know him will tell you that he is no “surrender monkey”.

The fact that he put a spine into US President Barack Obama and got Russian President Vladimir Putin on the phone — twice — may seem remarkable for a minnow such as Australia.

It is a feature of Abbott’s personal ethics — he doesn’t say one thing privately and another thing publicly — that has earned him the respect of world leaders.

However, Abbott’s demonstration of strong and decisive leadership should not be cast as extraordinary or anything other than what Australians have a right to expect from their Prime Minister.

“People seem to be overly grateful for something that every elector has a right to expect,” said one insider remarking on the public response. “People seem to have forgotten that they have a right to it.”

What Abbott has exposed this week more than anything is the complete vacuum of leadership Australia had been living under in the six years of Labor government.

While it has played out publicly, in the reassuring, compassionate and decisive manner in which he has conducted himself, as with an iceberg Abbott’s depth of leadership lies mostly beneath the surface.

A source inside the National Security Committee claims Abbott has transformed the dynamics of its meetings, which have been held on a rolling basis since the attack.

This is a committee of not just key cabinet ministers but attended by the key agency chiefs including Chief of the Defence Forces, head of ASIS Nick Warner, ASIO boss David Irvine and Richard Maude — a former Rudd staffer who is head of the Office of National Assessments.

Abbott not only chairs the meeting, he leads it. He listens to all views and is respectful to the bureaucrats but he makes decisions and then lets people do their job.

The source on that committee claimed there had been a dramatic change since Rudd and Gillard, with the latter accused of often not even turning up when she was deputy PM.

“Everyone in that room has drawn a lot of strength from the PM in the past week,” said the insider. “And these are some pretty seriously smart people.”

But Abbott’s office has also come into its own over the past week. Few would remember that his Chief of Staff Peta Credlin was a former international defence policy adviser to Defence Minister Robert Hill.

Andrew Shearer, Abbott’s national security adviser, also worked under John Howard and has been the bridge to Washington throughout the current crisis.

The depth of experience in the national security team in the PM’s office — and in key portfolios — should now be evident to everybody. It is certainly privately acknowledged, however reluctantly, by some senior Labor MPs.

Just as importantly, Credlin has been key to ensuring staff and ministers not directly involved in the crisis stayed focused on their own work so the machinery of government more generally doesn’t grind to a halt.

Credlin, recalling what happened during 9/11, sent an email to all advisers on Sunday reminding them of this.

“… if you are not involved in MH17 do not be distracted by it,” she wrote.

“I know that’s hard — I was in a similar position as an adviser in 2001 after September 11 — but it is critical that the ongoing work of government is progressed.”

It would be wrong to say that the handling of this tragedy has gone like clockwork.

This crisis has certainly shown where the system works. But more importantly it has exposed where the system isn’t working and where it had been run down under the former government.

There is likely to be some significant changes coming as a result.

There is also a political lesson from all of this for Labor, which continues to underestimate Abbott.

It was in the foreign affairs and national security space that Labor believed Abbott would experience his greatest failures, suggesting he would be an embarrassment on the world stage.

Yet it is in this space that Abbott has in fact had his greatest success.



Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Australia : Labor Green LOONS Cultural Enrichment Ambassadors

CRIMINAL CHARGES
Asylum seekers charged with criminal offences:

Javad Heydari, 35, from Afghanistan, allegedly stabbed a man to death and injured another in The Crescent, Berala, at 2am on  September 6, 2013. He was charged with murder and causing wounding/grievous bodily harm to a person with the intent to murder and will appear in Burwood Local Court on July 14.

A 47-year-old Sri Lankan asylum seeker was accused of squeezing a woman’s bottom during a Ricky Martin concert at Parramatta Westfield on May 9 last year. He received a 12-month section nine good behaviour bond and the matter is no longer before the courts.

Mohammed Salem Nazari, 33, from Afghanistan, pleaded guilty to two counts of indecent assault after touching the thighs, bottoms and breasts of seven teenage girls at Sydney Olympic Park pool on December 8 last year. He was jailed for 14 months and will be deported once he has completed his sentence.

Daxchan Selvarajah, 21, from Sri Lanka, was charged for allegedly putting his hand down the pyjama pants of a student at Macquarie University while she was sleeping on February 21, 2013. He was charged with two counts of aggravated entering of a dwelling with intent to commit indecent assault and one count of indecent assault. He will appear at Parramatta District Court on September 1.

Rubel Sheikh, 26, from Bangladesh, was ordered to serve 15 months in jail for indecently assaulting a visually impaired woman on July 17 last year. He touched her on the thigh and breast, and asked for “a goodbye kiss” at Ashfield station.

A 39-year-old asylum seeker from Sri Lanka was charged with assault with an act of indecency for attacking a pregnant teacher in Quakers Hill. He will appear in Blacktown Local Court on July 16.

Jayakodiarchige Appuhamy, 25, was charged with two counts of sexual assault for allegedly raping a 15-year-old girl while on a church camp in Dee Why on August 22 and 23, last year. He had his bail refused and will appear for trial at Parramatta District Court on September 29.

About 30 asylum seekers released into the community have been charged with a range of offences, including people smuggling and paedophilia.

Kissing cousins and a Beirut bonus: arranged marriage will be investigated over alleged fly-in welfare fraud

Janet Fife - Yeomans 
The Daily Telegraph
July 23,2014





Wife, 33, told FCC her husband had her return several times to Australia solely to update Centrelink­ details
TWO first cousins in an arranged­ marriage are being investigated for immigration and Centrelink fraud and rorting the baby bonus by returning to Australia from Lebanon for the births of some of their seven children.

The woman, 33, told the Federal Circuit Court sitting in Parramatta her husband also had her return several times to Australia solely to update Centrelink­ details so she could continue to get social security.

The family was receiving Family Tax benefits that in the last financial year totalled $25,265.74, despite three of their children having lived in Lebanon since 2009, Judge Joe Harman said.

“On at least two occasions (the mother) returned to Australia for a brief period purely to allow the child then carried by (her) to be born in Australia and to then receive the baby bonus then operating,” the judge said.

The case was before the court because the Australian-born mother is applying for the return of her three eldest children, aged 12, 10 and nine, from Lebanon and custody of all seven children.

The others are aged seven, five, three and two. The eldest live with their father’s brother and paternal grandmother in a mountain village.

The now-estranged couple wed in Lebanon in 2001 two weeks after meeting in an ­arranged marriage. They ­returned to Australia and lived for a time with their relatives — the woman’s sister is married to the man’s brother.

There would appear to be, at least potentially, some anomaly as regards the eligibility requirements for citizenship at the time the application was made 

The husband, 39, was ­granted citizenship in 2006 in circumstances which Judge Harman said troubled him since the couple had ­decided to live in Lebanon.

“It is concerning (the man’s) evidence is his citizenship was granted in 2006 at the very time when, consistent with his evidence, he had formed the desire and intention to live permanently in Lebanon and to return to Australia … solely for the purpose of earning a greater income than was available to him in Lebanon, and returning the funds to Lebanon,” the judge said.

“There would appear to be, at least potentially, some anomaly as regards the eligibility requirements for citizenship at the time the application was made ... (and) whether it was obtained on the basis of full, frank and candid disclosure or otherwise.”

He said he would refer the case to the Immigration and Human Services departments for investigation.

The woman, who alleged her husband was violent ­toward her, was met at the airport by the Australian Federal Police when the pair returned to Australia in March.

The judge refused the father permission to leave Australia and put him on the Airport Watch List until he has facilitated the return to Australia of the eldest children.


The hearing resumes at the end of this month. 

Bail denied to man who allegedly lured teen girl to stairwell then held her down and gang raped her

Sarah Crawford 
The Daily Telegraph
July 23,2014



A MAN accused of luring a 16-year-old girl to a stairwell where he held her down and gang raped her has been refused bail in Liverpool Magistrates Court.

Hassan Kugor, 20 and two 16-year-old boys fronted court charged over the alleged random attack on the girl in a carpark stairwell at Liverpool on the evening of June 21.

Sergeant Alex Thom told the court Kugor is accused of having sexual intercourse with her without her consent.

“He is accused of holding down the victim applying pressure to her chest and proceeding to have sexual intercourse with this 16-year-old.”

Sgt Thom told the court police had obtained CCTV footage of the incident and had DNA evidence.

It is alleged the girl was lured away from Liverpool City Library by a group of six men and raped in a multi-story carpark stairwell.

The girl had been using free wi-fi in the forecourt of the closed library about 9pm, when she was approached by a group of men who struck up a conversation centred around a mutual acquaintance.



The girl was invited to meet the mutual acquaintance at a nearby carpark where she was allegedly raped by at least two males while four members of the group stood nearby.

After the attack the girl went back to the library where she alerted a member of the public who contacted police.

The alleged gang rape happened just metres from Liverpool police station and courthouse.

Legal Aid lawyer Karen Lai said police had yet to determine a match in DNA profile or fingerprints found at the scene.

Ms Lai said the court would have to be satisfied that the sexual intercourse was not consensual.

“On reading the victim’s account of what has occurred it is not apparent that there was resistance.”

Magistrate Gary Still described the accusations against Kugor as a, “ gross violation of a person.”

“To safeguard the community and the victim for that reason bail is refused.”

Kugor’s family appeared at court for the brief appearance.


The two 16-year-olds appeared in Campbeltown Children’s Court charged over the gang rape they were granted strict conditional bail. 

Taxi driver Shakeel Uddin had ‘hand up passenger’s dress’, court hears

Lema Samander
The Daily Telegraph
July 10 2014

A YOUNG woman was heard screaming and crying after she was groped by a taxi driver when she fell asleep, police alleged.



Constable Robert Boyan ­yesterday told a court he was on patrol in Summer Hill in the early hours of February 23 this year when he saw a white cab parked on the side of the road.

He told Burwood Local Court he then saw a distressed young woman standing near the cab and yelling out: “You touched me, you don’t touch someone to wake them up.”

The woman slammed the front passenger door and the taxi drove off.

“I saw the lady screaming and crying to herself. She was walking slowly and she was ­crying loudly,” Constable Boyan said.

He told the court he approached the woman who told him: “I was assaulted by the taxi driver. I was asleep and I woke in the taxi and he had his hand up my dress.”

Constable Boyan said the 24-year-old woman said she had drunk alcohol but didn’t appear “obviously intoxicated”.

“When I spoke to (the woman) she was clearly upset and crying,” he said

Police allege Shakeel Uddin, 48, kissed the side of her neck, rubbed her breast and between her legs on top of her underwear.

Police arrested Uddin in his cab in Western Sydney two weeks after the alleged attack.

Uddin, from Canley Vale, has pleaded not guilty to the charge of assault with an act of indecency.




The hearing continues.


Australian terrorists Khaled Sharrouf and Mohamed Elomar share extremist views supporting ISIS through Twitter

James Law
The Daily Telegraph
July 8 2014 



“BY THE will of Allah, heads will be removed.”

“Can’t wait to see an Australian soldier crying.”

“Those who oppose the Khilafah should be crucified.”

These are just some of the chilling comments made by two Australian men who have joined the Islamic State (ISIS) fundamentalist uprising in Syria and Iraq.

Former Sydney residents Khaled Sharrouf and Mohamed Elomar have joined the ISIS movement in the Middle East, and they are using the megaphone of social media to spread jihadist statements and take on their detractors.

They have both been prolific since joining Twitter a few months ago, sharing death threats and shockingly violent images.




Convicted terrorist Sharrouf was born in Australia and lived in Sydney’s west until he fled the country on his brother Mustafa’s passport in December.

He spent time in jail for his part the in a foiled “Terror Nine” plot to blow up targets in Sydney and Melbourne.

He is now believed to be in Syria, where he has joined the Sunni revolt and has proudly tweeted photos of himself with machine guns and military vehicles.

On Saturday, he delivered a plea for others to join the extremist movement, tweeting “come and be part of what we have dreamt For for decades” (sic).




His first tweet when he joined in May was of a little boy holding a machinegun.




He also tweeted a shockingly violent photograph of a man whose head had been blown away.



Elomar, a boxer, has also joined the fighting in the Middle East and he has been very busy on Twitter despite only joining in April. He has used the site to spout hateful anti-democracy rhetoric, tweeting as many as 11 times yesterday alone.



Detractors around the world have taken to Twitter to challenge the men’s comments.

In response to one Australian detractor over Twitter, Elomar said burning his Australian passport was the best day of his life.

Australian police and security agencies are aware of the two men and they will not be permitted back into the country should they attempt to return.

Security sources told The Daily Telegraph last month that they were concerned Sharrouf was using social media to “whip up” radical sentiments back in Australia.

The military situation in Iraq remains perilous, with hopes of regaining control of nearly half the country from Sunni extremists suffering dual setbacks yesterday.

The Iraqi Parliament failed to form a new government and insurgents killed a top military officer who was leading the defence of Baghdad’s western suburbs.

The uprising represents the biggest threat to the country’s survival since US troops invaded in 2003.

Sharrouf and Elomar are among  as many as 300 young Australians who have left for the Middle East with hopes of joining the battles,  according to sources close to families and communities in western Sydney.

Here are some more of the most worrying posts on Elomar’s Twitter:




Khilafah has the same meaning as caliphate, which refers to the sovereign state the IS revolutionaries claim to have established in Syria and Iraq, under Sharia law.

Woman charged with aiding husband fighting in Syria, Fatima Elomar, appeals for suppression order

Amy Dale
The Daily Telegraph
July 8 2014


A SYDNEY woman charged with aiding her husband as he fights in Syria has experienced “threats” since her arrest at Sydney Airport was made public, a court heard.

Fatima Elomar listened on inside the Downing Centre Local Court as her lawyer Zali Burrowes applied for a suppression order to be placed on her address.

An affidavit presented to the court said Elomar, aged 29 and originally from Brisbane, had been subjected to “at least two threats”.

She covered her face and left through the court’s back entrance.



She was arrested by counter terrorism detectives in May as she tried to board a flight to Malaysia.

Police allege she was carrying cash and supplies, including camouflage gear, on behalf of her husband who is in Syria and reportedly fighting with terror group The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.


The case was adjourned until September 9. The mother of four is yet to enter a plea to a charge of supporting terrorism. 

Iranian man, 35, charged with murder of man at Westfield Parramatta after allegedly plunging knife into victim over and over

Ashlee Mullany,Lema Samandar and Ben McClellan
The Daily Telegraph
July 8 2014 

HORRIFIED Western Sydney shoppers watched yesterday as a man allegedly plunged a knife several times into his girlfriend’s former boyfriend in a packed Westfield Parramatta shopping centre.

The terrifying scenes played out just outside the front of Myer’s cosmetics section on level four at 10.30am.




Witnesses said the 35-year-old Iranian man approached the victim, 40, brandishing a large knife, about the size of a machete, before allegedly stabbing him several times.

Shoppers were heard screaming outside the busy department store with one woman yelling: “He’s killing him, he’s killing him!”


Leaving the knife in the man’s chest, the alleged killer calmly removed his own shirt, lit a cigarette and made a mobile phone call as he waited for police, whom he then taunted.

“He kept plunging the knife in his chest, in and out, and paced up and down the shopping centre screaming at police,” a witness said, adding that the man was stabbed three to four times.

A shopper having coffee with a friend nearby said he watched in horror as the man paced next to the body “like an animal protecting its prey”.



“I thought, ‘This bloke is going to jump’,” the witness, who declined to be named, said. “I heard yelling and screaming and somebody told me, ‘Someone’s just been stabbed’.”

A witness said the man taunted officers when they arrived, calling out: “What are you scared of?”

Police approached him with Tasers drawn, yelling: “Get on the ground!”

 “He got on his knees and lay down. They put him against a roller door and then took him away,” the witness said.

It is believed the violent attack was sparked by an argument between the attacker and his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend.

Acting Superintendent Jennifer Scholz said the alleged stabbing was a targeted attack and that the two men were “connected” to each other.



“That is one lead we are following up,” Supt Scholz said.

The centre was placed in lockdown after the alleged brutal stabbing and 30 stores, including Myer, were closed for the day. The ordeal lasted about 20 minutes from the stabbing to the man’s arrest.

“Everyone was very scared and begging for somebody to stop the attack. There was blood everywhere,” another witness said.



A cafe worker described the horror that played out in the popular centre.
“There was a man with a knife, a big one, like a machete. I saw people running away screaming, it happened so quickly,” he said.

A woman who works at the centre was treated by paramedics for shock and taken to Westmead Hospital.



Police took several statements from witnesses and obtained CCTV footage from the centre as children participated in school holiday activities on the level below.

Detectives were last night interviewing the man with the assistance of an interpreter.

Westfield Parramatta issued a statement yesterday offering counselling services to its retailers, staff and customers.

Shoppers were in shock hours after the attack.



“I could not believe it. It was like the scene out of a movie. It was too surreal,” a witness said.

“When you hear yelling and screaming from a distance you do not expect this to occur on Monday morning during school holidays.”

Police charged a man with murder late last night.

He was denied police bail and will appear in Parramatta Local Court today.








Australian jihadists in macabre threat to soldiers

David Wroe
SMH
July 5, 2014

Australia's most notorious jihadists fighting in Iraq have issued a macabre threat to Australian soldiers as their ranks were bolstered by a Melbourne-born preacher who has joined their new ''caliphate''.


Underscoring the deep concern the Abbott government has expressed in recent weeks about Australians involved with extremist groups, two prominent jihadists fighting with the al-Qaeda splinter group the Islamic State took to Twitter to issue fresh threats.
Mohamed Elomar, a former boxer from Sydney who has been implicated in executions of unarmed Iraqis, posted on the social media site a distressing picture of what appears to be a captured Iraqi soldier who has been beaten and is about to be executed.
Khaled Sharrouf.


The accompanying message states: ''Look at the end of these Iraqi maliki dogs bunch of girls can't wait to see a Australian soldier cyring (sic) saying bakia.''
''Bakia'' means ''he cries'' in Arabic and ''maliki'' refers to the Shiite-led Iraqi government of Nouri al-Maliki, the fervent enemy of the Sunni extremists who have swept through northern Iraq in recent weeks.

Australian terrorist Khaled Sharrouf, who appeared in Facebook images recently brandishing a gun over executed Iraqis, replied on Twitter: ''Allah … says 'kill them where ever you find them' … terrorise the enemies of Allah.''

Both Elomar and Sharrouf are known to be in Iraq with the ultra-violent group the Islamic State (IS), formerly the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. The group changed its name recently after declaring a caliphate, or global Muslim state, in the territory it has captured spanning Syria and Iraq.

Sharrouf was convicted over the 2005 Pendennis terrorism plot and jailed for nearly four years before slipping out of Australia in December on his brother's passport to join the fighting in Syria.

He and Elomar are believed to have crossed the border in recent weeks with IS fighters as the group surged across northern Iraq seizing major towns and cities.
A small force of Australian troops, including elite members of the SAS, travelled to Baghdad just over a fortnight ago to help secure the Australian embassy, though it is regarded as unlikely that IS fighters could reach the Iraqi capital. The Abbott government has ruled out sending troops into combat in the country.

Meanwhile Melbourne-born extremist preacher Musa Cerantonio declared on Twitter that he had reached the ISIL-controlled territory in Syria and Iraq, reflecting the potentially dangerous gravitational effect of the group's caliphate declaration.
''Al-Hamdulillah [Thanks to God] I have arrived in the land of Khilafah [caliphate] in Ash-Sham [the Levant]!'' he wrote on Twitter.

Sharrouf replied: ''Alhumdulihe [Thanks to God] on your arrival see u soon akhi [brother].''
The case of Cerantonio is particularly troubling because of his status as a top cheerleader for IS with a massive online following. A recent report by the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence at King's College, London, described him as one of the three most influential preachers online.

He appears to have slipped out of the Philippines where he was in hiding in recent months. His arrival in the Middle East is a blow to Australian authorities who were reportedly making moves to extradite him from the Philippines.

Andrew Zammit, a researcher with Monash University's Global Terrorism Research Centre, said the fact there had been six plots in Europe by returnees from Syria reflected the significant threat level of Westerners fighting in the region. ''Most of the fighters will likely confine their violence to the region, but the prospect that some will return and carry out violence at home is real,'' he said.

Mr Zammit said Cerantonio had previously hedged his bets between key jihadist groups but now appeared to have ''gone all in'' with his support for IS and its new caliphate.
IS is in a power struggle with the old al-Qaeda of Osama bin Laden as well as with another al-Qaeda splinter group, Jabhat al-Nusra. Some experts have said this increases the danger because of the risk one group will try to establish its supremacy over the others by carrying out a major attack on the West.

Sydney Muslim community advocate Dr Jamal Rifi said he was anticipating such an escalation in Australians' participation in the Iraqi conflict and it was dominating nightly discussions on western Sydney streets during Ramadan.

''The community is not happy at all,'' he said. ''These men had already made up their minds and they were never going to come back to Australia. They think they are taking the high moral ground above everyone else back home,'' he said. ''It's a sentiment that we don't agree with at all.''

Muslim 'sheikh' banned from WA prisons

Daily Telegraph
July 1,2014

A PERTH man accused of praising terrorist groups has been banned from West Australian prisons after it emerged he visited a remand jail to preach to inmates.

JUNAID Thorne was deported from Saudi Arabia a year ago after he raised the ire of local authorities for protesting his older brother Shayden's imprisonment on terrorism-related offences.


Shayden was granted clemency in February and reunited with his brother and other family members in Perth.
Junaid has since attracted the attention of authorities and media for online videos in which he lectures about Islam while sitting in front of a flag that looks like that used by Millatu Ibrahim, which has been labelled a terrorist group and banned in Germany.
Shayden has rejected media reports suggesting his online comments reflect support for the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also knon as ISIS), which is believed responsible for mass killings in Iraq.
"Saying such things ... can constitute investigation by government agencies, and will likely put my freedom in jeopardy," he said in a Facebook post.
"I openly declare that I am not associated with any terrorist groups such as ISIS, nor am I linked to any banned associations such as Millatu Ibrahim Germany.
"Our religious symbols, such as those on flags or banners, are not to be taken as exclusive to a single group, nor to be assumed as identification to a network of groups, whether terrorist or not."
But state Corrective Services Minister Joe Francis said Shayden would not be again allowed to visit WA prisoners after he spoke to a small number of inmates at Hakea Prison a few months ago.
"You could be Catholic, Buddhist, Hindi, Jedi for all I care, if your message is going to help rehabilitate prisoners, if it's a message of forgiveness and peace and reform, I think there's a place in the corrections system for that message to be spread," Mr Francis told Fairfax radio on Tuesday.
"If your message is hatred and bigotry and violence, there is no place in a system where I am trying to reform prisoner behaviour.
"I didn't need an inquiry to realise what he'd said on social media on the last couple of days ... to realise he's just not welcome in a prison in WA."
Originally published as Muslim 'sheikh' banned from WA prisons

Saudi-linked Aussie 'sheik' Junaid Thorne encourages jihadists


Mark Schleibs 
The Australian
January 7,2014

THE brother of an Australian man jailed for terrorism-related offences in Saudi Arabia has been delivering lectures at some of the nation's most controversial Islamic centres while encouraging jihadists to show their "might" against disbelievers.

Perth man Junaid Thorne, a 24-year-old who has spent much of his life in Saudi Arabia, has spoken at Sydney's al-Risalah and Melbourne's al-Furqan Islamic centres in recent weeks as part of a lecture tour backed by little-known radical organisation Millatu Ibrahim, which is banned in Germany.

Police and terrorism experts yesterday said they were not aware of the organisation having an active presence in Australia.

At al-Risalah, he sat in front of a Millatu Ibrahim banner - featuring the logo of the al-Qa'ida-linked Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant used by the most extreme Sunni fighters in Syria - to deliver his first "public lecture" since being deported from Riyadh in July.

His deportation came after his brother, Shayden, was sentenced to 4 1/2 years in a Riyadh prison for possessing terrorism-related materials and supporting and encouraging terrorism. Mr Thorne, whose father is a Noongar Aboriginal man, was detained for two months for protesting against his brother's arrest in December 2011.

According to those who attended the Sydney lecture last month, "Sheik Muhammad Junaid" told followers that businessmen should be donating money to jihadists around the world.

"Support oppressed Muslims across the world, support the mujaheddin," he said, according to a summary of the speech that appeared on social media after the event.

"Money comes and goes, but what remains is what you gave in the cause of Allah. Most of the Ayat (numbered Koranic verses) mention financing jihad before jihad, in relation to the individual (sic) performance."

He said jihadists should not fight among one another, in a possible reference to hostility towards the ISIL by other Sunni groups in Syria.

"You have a noble intention and objective, fighting against each other makes us sad. Show your might against the kuffar (disbelievers) and be merciful towards each other."

Mr Thorne backed the summary of the speech online, saying "may Allah reward" the person who posted it. Repeated efforts to contact Mr Thorne online, through his family and at his local Islamic centre in Perth, were unsuccessful yesterday.

In other online postings, Mr Thorne indicated that he was involved in a group called Millatu Ibrahim Perth and quoted American-born al-Qa'ida militant Anwar al-Awlaki, who was killed in a US drone strike in Yemen in 2011. Millatu Ibrahim was founded in Germany in 2011 by al-Qa'ida-linked Austrian man Mohamed Mahmoud and German ex-rapper Abou Maleeq, but was quickly banned by authorities because of its extreme Salafist leanings. Leaflets promoting the lectures at al-Risalah and al-Furqan say Mr Thorne's talks had been organised by Millatu Ibrahim Australia.

Al-Risalah, a former bookstore in Bankstown in Sydney's west, also uses the Millatu Ibrahim logo as its Facebook profile picture.

NSW Police said it was aware of the group's reputation in Europe, but had no evidence of a strong local following.

"NSW Police is aware of Millatu Ibrahim, a Salafist group active in Europe, specifically Germany," a spokeswoman said. "However, the group is not believed to be active in NSW."

Millatu Ibrahim Perth's website was recently closed down, but it has used its Facebook page to declare a hatred of disbelievers.

"We hate the Kuffar and everything that they worship," it reads. "We hate their constitutions, we reject their way of life, we reject their political systems, we reject their parliaments, we reject their democracy, capitalism, liberalism, socialism, communism and every other filthy disbelieving 'ism' that has come to act as a hindrance from Islam, the pure religion of Allah to rule from the east to the west."

Al-Risalah has claimed its imam is terrorist Bilal Khazal, who was sentenced to 12 years' jail in 2008 after compiling a book promoting violence against non-Muslims, and has hosted several other radical sheiks.

Al-Furqan was raided by police as part of a counter-terrorism operation in 2012.

Before founding Millatu Ibrahim, Mr Mahmoud was jailed for leading the Global Islamic Media Front, which disseminated al-Qa'ida propaganda.

He was arrested by Turkish authorities near the Syrian border in May, after Millatu Ibrahim was accused of encouraging its followers to fight in Syria, Yemen and Mali.

Mr Maleeq, formerly known as Denis Cuspert, was reportedly injured in September while fighting against government forces in Syria.

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