Quran 4:56 Indeed, those who disbelieve in Our verses – We will drive them into a Fire. Every time their skins are roasted through We will replace them with other skins so they may taste the punishment. Indeed, Allah is ever Exalted in Might and Wise.
Western Sydney teen Fadi Zraika — one of the two teens accused of lighting a grass fire at a Guildford park while bushfires ravaged NSW — laughed outside court today after appearing on multiple charges.
Police allege Fadi and Abraham Zreika, both 18, set off fireworks that sparked a grass fire at Bright Park, Guildford, on December 22.Police were called to the park about 2.40pm after reports of several loud explosions and saw fireworks exploding and several small grassfires that spread rapidly in sudden winds.
The Rural Fire Service doused the fires.Zraika, of Villawood, and Zreika, of Merrylands, were arrested at a fast food restaurant in Merrylands.
Zreika was charged with negligent handling of explosives, passenger not disclose driver’s identity, and custody of a knife in a public place.
Zraika was charged with negligently handling explosives to cause damage and for failing to disclose the identity of a driver.
They did not enter pleas for the string of offences.
At Parramatta Local Court today when Magistrate Tim Keady asked Zraika what his response to the allegations were, he said he preferred to wait for his lawyer, who was on holiday.
A total of 183 people have been arrested by police in Queensland, NSW, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania for lighting bushfires over the last few months, figures obtained by news agency AAP show.
In New South Wales, 24 people were arrested for arson, risking prison sentences of up to 25 years.
In Queensland, police concluded that 103 of the fires had been deliberately lit, with 98 people, 67 of them juveniles, having been identified as the culprits.
– Daily Telegraph & Zerohedge.