The (Somali) sheik gave the men a lesson on the values of jihad, urging them to fight their closest infidels until they say “there is no God but Allah”.
Nothing to do with Islam, as usual. Â Except Qur’an:9:123, “Fight the unbelievers aroundÂ you, andÂ let them find harshness in you.”
Terror accused joked about Jakarta bombings By Anna Walker/ABC News
The Tundra Tabloids and sheik yer’mami Â extend their condolences to the people of Australia on the eighth anniversary of the murderous attack on the island of Bali, in which 88 Australians were brutally murdered by Islamic jihadis.
Wiki: The 2002 Bali bombings occurred on 12 October 2002 in the tourist district of Kuta on the Indonesian island of Bali. The attack was the deadliest act of terrorism in the history of Indonesia, killing 202 people, (including 88 Australians).
Funny how so many Islamic clerics turn out to be misunderstanders of the Religion of Peaceâ„¢. One would think that a man who had devoted his life to the study of the Qur’an and Sunnah wouldn’t get it all so drastically wrong. And yet it seems to keep happening, as the learned analysts scratch their heads and mutter about poverty. “Terrorism accused were lectured on jihad,” by Anna Walker for Australian Broadcasting Company News,
A man accused of planning a terrorist attack in Sydney, joked about Australians being killed in last year’s Jakarta bombings, the Victorian Supreme Court has heard.
Five Melbourne men are on trial accused of planning an attack on Sydney’s Holsworthy Army Barracks.
They were arrested during police raids across Melbourne and regional Victoria in August last year.
The jury was played a telephone conversation between two men, including one of the accused, 27-year-old Saney Aweys.
The call was made on July 17 last year, the day seven people, including three Australians were killed when two luxury hotels in Jakarta were bombed.
Aweys is heard telling his friend, “they just bombed Indonesia, maybe you don’t know, have you heard?”
He goes on to say, “They taught them a lesson mate”.
“We are finished mate, we are finished… when something happens to Aussies mate, it’s big trouble,” Aweys said.
The other four men on trial are 34-year-old Wissam Fattal of Melbourne, 26-year-old Nayef El Sayed of Glenroy, 23-year-old Yacqub Khayre of Meadow Heights and 26-year-old Abdirahmin Ahmed of Preston.
Yesterday, the court heard details of a conversation between Aweys, Ahmed and a sheik in Somalia.
The sheik gave the men a lesson on the values of jihad, urging them to fight their closest infidels until they say “there is no God but Allah”.
All five men have pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to plan a terrorist attack.
The trial continues.