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Reply #420 - Oct 7th, 2021 at 9:02pm
 
Mohammed Skaf - released from jail this week. He's under 24hr surveillance for many more months yet 


"Corrective Services psychologist assessed him as in the ‘well above average’ range of committing further sex offences."



"The vile behaviour of the Skaf brother rapists did not stop when they were jailed, as can be revealed in their shocking prison files and Bilal’s sordid jail art."



He still blames his victims and doesn't consider that he raped them. "Aussie pig" is what he called one of them

He had the audacity to say he wanted to get married and have children ... and the Government paid to have his sperm frozen, in case he died of the cancer he had (seems like the Government is a rape apologist)


https://www.tech-gate.org/usa/2021/10/06/gang-rapist-mohammed-skaf-leaves-prison...

Some things I just don't get .... The Government paid for his sperm to be frozen ???? ... Why wasn't the cost incurred by him and/or his family?




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Reply #421 - Oct 12th, 2021 at 12:28am
 
Australian ISIS terror plotter jailed


October 11 2021


Greenacre man Isaac El Matari smiled and held his hands to his face as he was jailed on Monday for at least five-and-a-half years for three terrorism-related offences.

The 22-year-old was arrested in July 2019, having been closely monitored on his return from Lebanon, where he served prison time for trying to physically join Islamic State in Syria.

In Australia, El Matari was recorded rehearsing a speech, visiting a hunting and tactical store and discussing how publicity for his cause could be enhanced through attacking certain locations.

"I know how to convey a political message, I know what targets will make people scared," he told an associate.

He also discussed the supposed presence of one thousand IS followers in Australia and about sending followers to Lebanon to be trained.


He will be aged 25 when eligible for parole in January 2025.


The Judge went soft on him saying: "(He) did a lot of talking but posed no direct local threat"

Well excuse me, but he talked about and planned targeting Sydney's St Mary's Cathedral and the American embassy and conquering a rural town about the size of Orange.


https://www.standard.net.au/story/7463658/australian-isis-terror-plotter-jailed/


It'll be a good day when it's easy to revoke citizenship and send such muslims on their way ... do we really need them here? How are they contributing to the good of society when they talk about planning attacks? This El Matari guy was trying to recruit fellow IS muslims in Australia to help him carry out the attacks. This is what the Judge failed to understand ... that if El Matari was successful in recruiting fellow IS muslims, an attack or two would have been imminent, if they'd stopped using their mobile phones and computers, and that's always a possibility to aid in the success of attacks





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Re: Islamic Attacks-Should Aussies Protect Themselves
Reply #422 - Oct 12th, 2021 at 7:25am
 
Bias_2012 wrote on Oct 7th, 2021 at 9:02pm:
Mohammed Skaf - released from jail this week. He's under 24hr surveillance for many more months yet 


"Corrective Services psychologist assessed him as in the ‘well above average’ range of committing further sex offences."



"The vile behaviour of the Skaf brother rapists did not stop when they were jailed, as can be revealed in their shocking prison files and Bilal’s sordid jail art."



He still blames his victims and doesn't consider that he raped them. "Aussie pig" is what he called one of them

He had the audacity to say he wanted to get married and have children ... and the Government paid to have his sperm frozen, in case he died of the cancer he had (seems like the Government is a rape apologist)


https://www.tech-gate.org/usa/2021/10/06/gang-rapist-mohammed-skaf-leaves-prison...

Some things I just don't get .... The Government paid for his sperm to be frozen ???? ... Why wasn't the cost incurred by him and/or his family?






Muzzos seem to get a free pass by Australian authorities, For the life of me I dont understand why.
Is it their proclivity to scream RACISM at the drop of a hat that has the authorities spooked?
Perhaps they fear repercussions from them.

Whatever the reason, its just not good enough.
Crimes must be punished.
Refos who don't fit in must be removed and sent back.
They are here because they cried for help, if they betray that trust, they should not be here.
A standard clause in any reffo intake should be "Commitment of any crime will result in your extradition back to your home country or equivalent"

Many of them hide their passports, claiming they never had one.
This frustrates authorities who cannot do a valid background check on the lies they are told.
I honestly believe many of these reffos are fleeing crimes in their own country.
They come here hiding from punishment.
And then they cannot help themselves and commit the same crimes here, or worse.

This is evident in the high involvement in criminal activities, sex crimes and worthlessness of them as a group.

With little creeps like this one, he will never be of any use to society.
He will always be a danger to young women.
He is the perfect example of scum that should be sent back or away from our shores.

The rest of his worthless life will be living on the dole, criminal activities and looking for ways to be a predator.
Police and investigative resources will be wasted on monitoring him and he will forever be nothing but a burden.
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Reply #423 - Oct 12th, 2021 at 7:26am
 
Bias_2012 wrote on Oct 12th, 2021 at 12:28am:
Australian ISIS terror plotter jailed


October 11 2021


Greenacre man Isaac El Matari smiled and held his hands to his face as he was jailed on Monday for at least five-and-a-half years for three terrorism-related offences.

The 22-year-old was arrested in July 2019, having been closely monitored on his return from Lebanon, where he served prison time for trying to physically join Islamic State in Syria.

In Australia, El Matari was recorded rehearsing a speech, visiting a hunting and tactical store and discussing how publicity for his cause could be enhanced through attacking certain locations.

"I know how to convey a political message, I know what targets will make people scared," he told an associate.

He also discussed the supposed presence of one thousand IS followers in Australia and about sending followers to Lebanon to be trained.


He will be aged 25 when eligible for parole in January 2025.


The Judge went soft on him saying: "(He) did a lot of talking but posed no direct local threat"

Well excuse me, but he talked about and planned targeting Sydney's St Mary's Cathedral and the American embassy and conquering a rural town about the size of Orange.


https://www.standard.net.au/story/7463658/australian-isis-terror-plotter-jailed/


It'll be a good day when it's easy to revoke citizenship and send such muslims on their way ... do we really need them here? How are they contributing to the good of society when they talk about planning attacks? This El Matari guy was trying to recruit fellow IS muslims in Australia to help him carry out the attacks. This is what the Judge failed to understand ... that if El Matari was successful in recruiting fellow IS muslims, an attack or two would have been imminent, if they'd stopped using their mobile phones and computers, and that's always a possibility to aid in the success of attacks







Yet another worthless waste of oxygen.
Send it home and get rid of any who are worthless or dangerious.
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Reply #424 - Dec 25th, 2021 at 7:14pm
 
Islamic State terrorist arrested and charged in NSW


By 9News Staff
8:15pm Dec 24, 2021

A man has been arrested in Sydney's south this morning and charged with a number of terror offences.
The 34-year-old was arrested just before 8am, with police carrying out a search warrant in his house, and taken to Sutherland Police Station.
He has since been charged with knowingly collect document connected with terrorism and knowingly be member of terrorist organisation, namely Islamic State.
Police say they will allege in court that the man claims to be a member of Islamic State, and that he had collected a large amount of extremist material, which he also shared online.



https://www.9news.com.au/national/man-arrested-caringbah-nsw-to-face-terror-char...


He spent six months behind bars and was released mid-2021.
Superintendent Sheehy alleged the man had refused to participate in de-radicalisation attempts and that he continued to promote Islamic State material online.


Due to an "escalation" of his activity, Superintendent Sheehy said, it became necessary to arrest him today.
"He was posting significant amounts of material with respect to bombings, beheadings, manufacturing explosives," he said.
"We will suggest he was preparing a terror attack, an act of violence against law enforcement."



Beats me why he didn't just look forward to the Christmas break with his girlfriend and go see a movie, or spend time with his family and friends. What's the point of learning about bomb making and beheading people at Christmas time? It's a time to relax, be merry, have a good feed and a drink or two ... now he'll spend Christmas locked up ... does anyone think that makes sense?

They tried to de-radicalize him, but he only got worse they reckon. What do you do with people like that?



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Reply #425 - Dec 25th, 2021 at 7:40pm
 
Bias_2012 wrote on Dec 25th, 2021 at 7:14pm:
Islamic State terrorist arrested and charged in NSW


By 9News Staff
8:15pm Dec 24, 2021

A man has been arrested in Sydney's south this morning and charged with a number of terror offences.
The 34-year-old was arrested just before 8am, with police carrying out a search warrant in his house, and taken to Sutherland Police Station.
He has since been charged with knowingly collect document connected with terrorism and knowingly be member of terrorist organisation, namely Islamic State.
Police say they will allege in court that the man claims to be a member of Islamic State, and that he had collected a large amount of extremist material, which he also shared online.



https://www.9news.com.au/national/man-arrested-caringbah-nsw-to-face-terror-char...


He spent six months behind bars and was released mid-2021.
Superintendent Sheehy alleged the man had refused to participate in de-radicalisation attempts and that he continued to promote Islamic State material online.


Due to an "escalation" of his activity, Superintendent Sheehy said, it became necessary to arrest him today.
"He was posting significant amounts of material with respect to bombings, beheadings, manufacturing explosives," he said.
"We will suggest he was preparing a terror attack, an act of violence against law enforcement."



Beats me why he didn't just look forward to the Christmas break with his girlfriend and go see a movie, or spend time with his family and friends. What's the point of learning about bomb making and beheading people at Christmas time? It's a time to relax, be merry, have a good feed and a drink or two ... now he'll spend Christmas locked up ... does anyone think that makes sense?

They tried to de-radicalize him, but he only got worse they reckon. What do you do with people like that?



I heard that he was arrested specifically because police had come to believe, that he was planning an attack upon police officers.   ???



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Reply #426 - Dec 29th, 2021 at 2:29pm
 
Bias_2012 wrote on Dec 25th, 2021 at 7:14pm:
Islamic State terrorist arrested and charged in NSW


By 9News Staff
8:15pm Dec 24, 2021

A man has been arrested in Sydney's south this morning and charged with a number of terror offences.
The 34-year-old was arrested just before 8am, with police carrying out a search warrant in his house, and taken to Sutherland Police Station.
He has since been charged with knowingly collect document connected with terrorism and knowingly be member of terrorist organisation, namely Islamic State.
Police say they will allege in court that the man claims to be a member of Islamic State, and that he had collected a large amount of extremist material, which he also shared online.



https://www.9news.com.au/national/man-arrested-caringbah-nsw-to-face-terror-char...


He spent six months behind bars and was released mid-2021.
Superintendent Sheehy alleged the man had refused to participate in de-radicalisation attempts and that he continued to promote Islamic State material online.


Due to an "escalation" of his activity, Superintendent Sheehy said, it became necessary to arrest him today.
"He was posting significant amounts of material with respect to bombings, beheadings, manufacturing explosives," he said.
"We will suggest he was preparing a terror attack, an act of violence against law enforcement."



Beats me why he didn't just look forward to the Christmas break with his girlfriend and go see a movie, or spend time with his family and friends. What's the point of learning about bomb making and beheading people at Christmas time? It's a time to relax, be merry, have a good feed and a drink or two ... now he'll spend Christmas locked up ... does anyone think that makes sense?

They tried to de-radicalize him, but he only got worse they reckon. What do you do with people like that?






We should farm out "de-radicalization" to China.
They have an excellent programme there called "re-education"
Some people even come out alive, but we'll and Truely aware of the repercussions should they bring themselves to the attention of the group.

We could pay China to take all our muzzos and civilize them to fit into civilized countries, with a follow-up available where required.
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A DREAM OF A WORLD THAT HAS NEVER KNOWN ISLAM
A DREAM OF A WORLD FREE FROM THE HORRORS OF ISLAM.

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Reply #427 - Feb 17th, 2022 at 10:37pm
 
Australia intends to list Hamas as terrorist organisation


17 February 2022, 10:21 pm

The Australian government intends to list the entirety of Palestinian Islamist group Hamas as a terrorist organisation under the country's criminal code, Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews said on Thursday.

A listing by Australia of the whole group, rather than just its military wing as at present, would bring Canberra's stance in line with the United States, the European Union and Britain.

"The views of Hamas and the violent extremist groups listed today are deeply disturbing and there is no place in Australia for their hateful ideologies," Andrews said in a statement.


U.S. and Australia Sign Public Safety Bilateral Agreement
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Andrews said she had written to Australia's state and territory leaders to consult with them on listing the whole of Hamas, "and will finalise the listing as soon as possible".


"There is no place in Australia for their hateful ideologies," Ms Andrews said.

https://au.news.yahoo.com/australia-intends-list-hamas-terrorist-112142941.html


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Reply #428 - Apr 16th, 2022 at 9:33pm
 
An international story of terrorist given whole life sentence in UK


Islamic State inspired murderer sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for killing British MP Sir David Amess


A "cold, calculated and dangerous" man inspired by Islamic State will spend the rest of his life in prison for killing UK MP Sir David Amess.

Ali Harbi Ali, 26, a UK citizen and son of a former media adviser to a prime minister of Somalia, repeatedly stabbed Sir David in an attack last October in what he said was revenge for the politician's support for air strikes on Syria.


https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-04-13/harbi-ali-whole-life-sentences-sir-david-...



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Reply #429 - Jun 9th, 2022 at 9:04am
 
A suspected Australian ISIS terrorist who was stripped of his Australian citizenship has had it effectively reinstated by the High Court, a decision that opens the door for up to 20 other convicted or suspected ISIS fighters to have their citizenship returned.

Delil Alexander – a dual Australian-Turkish citizen – won his appeal against a decision by then home affairs minister Karen Andrews last year to strip him of his citizenship after ASIO assessed that he was a member of ISIS with close ties to several notorious terrorist leaders.

On Wednesday the High Court struck down as unconstitutional the legislation on which at least two ISIS members have had their Australian citizenship cancelled, a decision which will have far-reaching implications for security agencies.

A majority of the High Court held that s.36B of the Citizenship Act was invalid on the basis that it gave the Home Affairs Minister the exclusively judicial function of judging and punishing criminal guilt.
https://www.theaustralian.com.au/nation/suspected-islamic-state-terrorist-has-australian-citizenship-returned/news-story/5d66e350cfb84ee7f38222d188095e03
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Reply #430 - Jun 9th, 2022 at 9:08am
 
The High Court’s decision will remove an effective deterrent against other dual citizens from joining in terrorist operations against Australia’s national interests, either overseas or on home soil. It will also have serious repercussions for the nation’s security agencies, opening the door for as many as 20 other convicted or suspected Islamic State fighters, or their immediate family members, to have their Australian citizenships returned. Notorious Melbourne-born terrorist Neil Prakash, who lost his citizenship after being convicted of terrorism offences in Turkey, is likely to be at the head of the queue.

If and when such individuals return to Australia they would need close monitoring, stretching security agencies’ resources. That would include not just watching their activities but ensuring they did not recruit vulnerable young people to their causes.

Many Australians would agree with Ms Andrews that it would be contrary to the public interest for Alexander to remain an Australian citizen. Her decision did not leave him stateless. Had it stood, it would probably have made other would-be jihadists holding dual citizenship think twice before acting on their evil impulses.

The ruling has raised vital issues about Australia upholding the rule of law, even for outlaws. The separation of powers between politics and the judiciary is at the heart of the case. So is the value of citizenship rights.

The future challenge for government and security services is to ensure the ruling does not compromise national security after the two-year limit of Temporary Exclusion Orders.

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Reply #431 - Jun 9th, 2022 at 10:56am
 
Dear Lord what a recipe for disaster!
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Reply #432 - Jun 11th, 2022 at 1:19am
 
Frank wrote on Jun 9th, 2022 at 9:04am:
A majority of the High Court held that s.36B of the Citizenship Act was invalid on the basis that it gave the Home Affairs Minister the exclusively judicial function of judging and punishing criminal guilt.


It looks like the Minister has to take Citizenship cessation to court from now on, to get a ruling on whether terrorist suspects are guilty or not

I wonder what the Labor Government will do about Sec 36B? - They'll have to rewrite it with the inclusion:

"Subsection (a) The Minister has no say in the matter, only the High Court can decide which terrorist will be allowed to walk the streets in Australia again ... and since precedents have already been set to allow them, all other terrorists in the future will also be allowed to do so, notwithstanding the lopping of upper body parts or any other violent atrocious acts"

"Subsection (b) Once the High Court has ruled that an alleged terrorist is free to live among us once more, all security personnel will direct their attention to other matters to avoid possible and/or perceived harassment of said alleged terrorists"


Then again, the Labor Government would probably say: "We welcome all terrorists, they are good for the economy in our successful multicultural society"






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Reply #433 - Jun 11th, 2022 at 6:33pm
 
The simplest, cheapest solution is to immediately deport any
convicted terrorist activists to their original country of birth
should they not be Australian born and/or cancel any Australian
passport.  Would save taxpayers big dollars and also act as a
great deterrent.
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Reply #434 - Jun 11th, 2022 at 6:36pm
 
Don't worry. France will protect the world from Islam Wink
Afterall, they're superior to Britain, no?  Cheesy
Even Britain has 'exited' the EU to leave France out in front to protect Europe from the Last Great Jihad, before Islam hands over the 'Empire' role to its brother Israel.  Smiley
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