The man shot dead by police after stabbing a young tourist in Brisbane’s CBD this morning was on a counter terror watch list, police have revealed. The 25-year-old was born in Afghanistan but had been living in Australia and was known to police, but detectives say at this stage they are not treating his actions… Continue reading ‘Not a terrorist’ ordinary Muslim stabber shot by Brisbane police.
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. See also: ISIS fanatics urged to attack the West… Continue reading Aussie Islamics rise to the ISIS fire challenge
A swarm of flies try to flee a fridge before it is closed, taped up and thrown on a skip. Soon, two skips are filled with trash from inside the abandoned Dunedin home. Hamish McNeilly/Stuff The home on Dunedin’s Portobello Rd sold in a mortgagee auction earlier this year. “There is a real story to be told… Continue reading Dunedin Muslim family vanishes
A drug dealer who kidnapped and stabbed a former friend when he tried to reconnect made him recite and Islamic death prayer and bark like an animal because he thought he was a police informant. Husseim Dennaoui and Fadl Rahal had fallen out in 2006 after he labelled him a ‘dog’ but 11 years later tried… Continue reading Muslim drug dealer forces friend to bark and recite Islamic prayer before stabbing him SEVEN times
Too close to home! New Zealand muslims share many imams and other resources with their Aussie counterparts. Three men who planned to commit a Christmas Day terror attack targeting Melbourne’s Federation Square have been served with lengthy prison sentences. Ahmed Mohamed, Abdullah Chaarani and Hamza Abbas are three of four men convicted over the plot… Continue reading Aussie Christmas terror plotters sentenced to 38 years in prison.
Australia’s spies have told senators examining press freedom it’s not a straightforward matter to determine who is or isn’t a legitimate journalist in the digital age. ASIO deputy director-general Heather Cook told a Senate committee on Friday the agency continues to hold concerns about reporters being used by foreign intelligence agencies. “I won’t be able… Continue reading Australia not as foolish: The nation’s top spies remain coy on fears of journalists being used by foreign intelligence agencies.