Islamic State murderer & Sydney Boxer Mohamed Elomar laughs at hostage tragedy

ISLAMIC State murderer and former Sydney boxer Mohamed Elomar has broken his silence to support the terror siege that left two people dead in Martin Place.

The 30-year-old — who was photographed with standover man Khaled Sharrouf holding up the heads of dead soldiers in Syria — took to Twitter early this morning.

Elomar — who has been linked to the Abu Hafs Al Australi Twitter account — posted two messages in support of the actions of Man Haron Monis.

“’Mumbai Crisis’ in the streets of Sydney. Maximum damage,” he said.

“I think we got ourselves a real life hostage situation in Sydney lolololololololol.”

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  • Drunk_by_Noon

    He is the face of Islam.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Even better!

  • Rosenmops

    I hope there is a drone with this goat humper’s name on it.

  • Frau Katze

    His reaction will fire up more Muzz nut cases.

  • clemintine

    Another loopy jihadist. Heck, if he perpetrated the crime, we’d make up an excuse and call him deranged and not a jihadist.

    • winniec

      They aren’t ‘loopy’, Clem. Over 90% come from stable homes. Over 75% have university degrees. Were all Nazis, communists or IRA ‘crazy’? No. Most are do not have a personality disorder, but OVERVALUED IDEAS. They are ‘high’ on the ideology of supremacism.

  • Exile1981

    Why dose twitter even allow these nuts to post? Even more pressing of a question is why does the US allow internet in active terror states?

    • RevnantDream

      Why dose twitter even allow these nuts to post
      Because the twits think they are a persecuted minority & the left is in alliance with them

    • Easy to track em

  • winniec

    You will see lots like him everywhere. Stare him in the eye when you meet them. Most of them will flinch.

  • UCSPanther

    Bring back napalm and let’s go to cleansing these freaks.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      The “classics” never really go away.
      They just get better with age!

      “Napalm B is usually comprised of “plastic polystyrene” and “hydrocarbon benzene.” These compounds combine to form jellied gasoline, which is extremely flammable and hot when ignited. Napalm B is much easier to control and manage when ignited than previous forms of napalm – which was so flammable that it often caught on fire when soldiers smoked cigarettes near it. Napalm B is sometimes called “Super Napalm” as it burns much longer than older versions of the agent. Napalm B can burn for as long as 10 minutes. Older versions of napalm often burned for less than 30 seconds.”