Category Archives: Australia

Muslima chatted online with jihadi brides & knew about terror attacks BEFORE they happened ‘didn’t understand’ she was a member of ISIS

A Muslim woman who chatted to jihadi brides online and had knowledge of a terror attack before it happened did not understand that she was a member of Islamic State, a court heard.

Zainab Abdirahman-Khalif, 23, appeared in Adelaide Supreme Court on Tuesday, after she was found guilty of membership of a terrorist organisation earlier this year.

The court heard how she had become a member of the Islamic State terror group after becoming disconnected with her peers.

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The law DOES apply to them: Leaders of Muslim sect who claimed they had the right to illegally bulldoze pristine land for a religious hideaway concede defeat

The founders of a reclusive Muslim sect are facing jail for contempt of court after surrendering in their battle to build a religious retreat without any legal approval.

Dr Mustapha Kara-Ali and his brother Diaa each pleaded guilty in the NSW Land and Environment Court on Friday to four counts of contempt after repeatedly ignoring a judge’s orders they stop building on the property.

The pair claimed they were exempt from Australian laws as they continued work on the religious site at Colo, in the Hawkesbury region north of Sydney.

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Father of two Muslims accused of plotting a terrorist massacre in Melbourne ‘called for Sharia law to be imposed’

The father of two men accused of plotting a terror attack previously called for Sharia law to be imposed in Turkey.

Armagan Eriklioglu, the father of accused terror plotters Ertunc and Samed Eriklioglu, allegedly posted several incendiary messages on social media in 2014.

Among the series of Turkish-language messages were comments that allegedly promoted global conflict between Islam and the West, The Australian reported.

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A man in a burqa and a woman in a motorcycle helmet walk into a bank

A man in a burqa and a woman in a motorcycle helmet have walked into a Melbourne bank to make a point about political correctness.

Conservative activist Avi Yemini, who is running as an Australian Liberty Alliance candidate at tomorrow’s Victorian election, and the right-wing party’s president Debbie Robinson entered an ANZ branch in the city on Friday afternoon.

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‘I’m a good person’: Muslim terrorist Ahmed Merhi sentenced to death in Iraq begs Australia to save him

Sydney terrorist Ahmed Merhi has begged Australia to help him after he was sentenced to death by hanging in Iraq.

Merhi, 27, was convicted for being a member of Islamic State in the Central Criminal Court in Baghdad.

The former Granville Boys High School student, from Sydney’s west, travelled to Syria in 2014 or 2015.

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Australia to snub UN migration pact

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Australia will refuse to sign a United Nations migration pact, claiming the agreement could undermine the nation’s strong border protection policies.

The US and several European nations have already rejected the agreement, amid fears the pact could challenge a nation’s right to set its own immigration policy.

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton told Sky News the government’s choice to opt out of the agreement is in the best interest of Australia.

h/t Brett

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Muslim men confronted after setting up a pro-Islam stall at the site of Melbourne’s recent Islamic terrorist attack

Avi Yemeni from the Australian Liberty Alliance confronted the men and asked if they thought it was appropriate to set up an Islamic stand at the site of the attack.

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Poll: Support for Muslim Immigration Collapses in Australia

Australian voter support for a lift in immigration of Muslims has collapsed in the wake of last week’s Islamic State-inspired terror attack in Melbourne.

According to a Fairfax Media Ipsos poll, support for an increase in Muslim immigration dropped from 23 percent to a bare 14 percent between October and November, the Australian Financial Review reports.

Just 35 percent of those polled believe the intake should stay the same. Another 46 percent believe the intake should be reduced a lot or a little – a position backed by a clear majority of supporters of the governing conservative coalition and one third of Labor voters.

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Bourke Street terrorist who stabbed three men, killing one, had ties to one of Australia’s most notorious jihadists

The Bourke Street terrorist who killed an elderly man during a stabbing rampage in Melbourne had ties to one of Australia’s most notorious extremists.

Hassan Khalif Shire Ali befriended ISIS sympathiser Khaled Sharrouf online in 2014.

While Sharrouf posted photos of his son playing with decapitated heads, Ali shared his desire to be an Islamic State terrorist.

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A Tale of Two Migrants

…An excitable fellow blew up his Holden Rodeo ute (that’s “SUV” in American) on busy, crowded Bourke Street, a couple of blocks from Victoria’s parliament. It unfortunately didn’t cause quite the mass slaughter he’d been looking forward to when he loaded it up with gas bottles. So he staggered from the flaming vehicle, and a pedestrian, assuming the car detonation had been an accident, went to the driver’s aid. And thus two migrants to the Lucky Country briefly came face to face…

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Aussie police name ‘terrorist’ in Melbourne knife attack, investigation finds plans for explosion using gas cans, car

The lone terrorist who fatally stabbed a man in Bourke Street on Friday planned to cause an explosion in Melbourne by igniting gas cylinders in his car, police say.


ISIS Threatened Bioterror in Australia Before Melbourne Attack, Vows More Attacks Coming

The network of ISIS-supporting groups waging an online propaganda, incitement and recruitment campaign quickly seized upon the terror group’s official claim of a Friday attack in central Melbourne with a vow to strike the country “however we want.”

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