US prosecutors have laid a murder charge against a policeman who shot and killed an unarmed Australian woman.
Officer Mohamed Noor, 32, turned himself in over the death of Justine Damond in Minneapolis, prosecutors said. He is accused of third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.
Ms Damond died in July last year after calling police to report a possible sexual assault outside her home.
A lawyer for Mr Noor said his client had acted in line with police training.
But in announcing the charges, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman alleged Mr Noor had “recklessly and intentionally fired his handgun”.
“There is no evidence that Officer Noor encountered a threat, appreciated a threat, investigated a threat or confirmed a threat that justified his decision to use deadly force,” Mr Freeman told reporters.
Sounds like he wanted to kill his Kuffar for Allah.
If young Muslims in Western countries who get involved in juvenile crimes stop what they’re doing and become observant in Islam, authorities should breathe a sigh of relief, no? That’s what Australian authorities encouraged recently.
Things didn’t work out quite the way they had hoped.
In an attempt to keep the ever-growing Islamophobic far-right movement off their backs, Australian-Muslim women have taken to dressing in a new ‘Australianised’ version of their traditional religious wear – The BurKelly.
The first jolt for readers of Clive Hamilton’s polemic new book ‘Silent Invasion – China’s Influence in Australia’ is the cover. A photograph of Parliament House in Canberra but the flagstaff flies, not Australia’s blue ensign but the red flag of the Peoples’ Republic of China.
Hamilton, professor of public ethics at Charles Sturt University in Canberra has been tracking the not-so-silent ‘invasion’ of Chinese money and thought in Australia and his conclusions make disturbing reading.
Intelligence Unit “8200” provided exclusive intelligence information that prevented an aerial attack in Australia by the ISIS terrorist organization, it has been cleared for publication.
Cooperation with the Israeli intelligence community enabled the transfer of information to the security authorities in Australia and led to the arrest of the terrorists after they were already in advanced stages of planning execution of the attack at the end of 2017.
Thanks to the information provided by Israel, dozens of innocent people were saved from harm.
Melbourne family taken off Carnival Legend cruise ship by police over violent mass brawl
“These events are completely isolated to this family group and out of character with the on-board experience on-board Carnival Legend. We are also initiating a full internal investigation into what occurred.”
A woman has stabbed a man in his sleep in an alleged Islamic State-inspired terrorist attack in Melbourne’s north.
The 24-year-old Bangladeshi woman allegedly stabbed the 56-year-old man in the neck at a home in Mill Park about 4.30pm on Friday.
She was arrested at the scene and charged with engaging in a terrorist act.
“We will allege this was a standalone, Islamic State-inspired attack, designed to cause harm to our community,” the Australian federal police acting deputy commissioner of national security, Ian McCartney, said on Saturday.