Sheik’s in Sydney bookstore recruit young Muslim soldiers to fight in Syria

Sheikhs in Sydney’s Al Risalah book store encouraging young Muslims to fight in Syria

Since it opened just over a year ago, the Al Risalah bookstore has gained a reputation as a centre of Islamic extremism.

  • 7.30 has been investigating Al Risalah’s activities and the people behind it, identifying four key sheikhs.
  • All are radical and all are encouraging Australians to get involved in the Syrian crisis.
  • The most famous of the sheikhs is Abu Suhaib, known to authorities as Bilal Khazal.

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Khazal is a former baggage handler for Qantas, trained at a military camp in Afghanistan, and was a confidant of Osama Bin Laden.

In The Netherlands:

No Plaque For Murdered Jewish Children For Fear Of Offending Muslims

No plaque for the murdered Theo Van Gogh or Pym Fortuyn either.  See, in the informative on-line “Bad News” series, that of badnewsfromthenetherlands here. …Read More…

France:

Muslim who stabbed soldier in jihad attack was known to intelligence

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Once again we see that intelligence services, hamstrung by political correctness and wishful thinking about Islam and jihad, as well as deeply compromised by Islamic supremacist agitators and infiltrators, are essentially useless.

“‘Radical Muslim who stabbed French soldier was known to intelligence,'” by Henry Samuel in the Telegraph, May 29: (JW)

The Psychically Marginal Who Find Islam — With Its Complete Explanation Of The Universe — A Natural Fit

There used to be a wide choice of crazy cults and addictions for such people. But nowadays, …Read More…

Extremely Extreme Excremists

Those Extremely Extreme Radical Extremist Radicals Who Have Been Radicalised About Something Having Nothing To Do With Islam At Full Sutton And Potentially Everywhere

 Associated Press LONDON –  British prison officers have been warned to be on the lookout after a hostage drama blamed on extremist Muslim inmates, British newspapers …Read More…

No Islam to see:

French Don’t Agree With Cameron And Clegg And Others Who Keep Saying “Islam Has Nothing To Do With It”

French police arrest suspect in soldier stabbing ABC Online  – ‎15 minutes ago‎ A man accused of stabbing of a French soldier in Paris has admitted …Read More…
Delusional:

But they won’t. Apparently Stella Rimington has a rich fantasy life. And her performance here, and the performance of MI5 for years, shows that the people whom we trust to instruct and protect us are not up to the task. Rimington still doesn’t grasp the hold of Islam on the minds of its adherents, …Read More…
Enrichment:
An article by Akin Ajahi at The Jerusalem Post claims that it was his status as a mental “immigrant,” even though he was born in Great Britain, that explains Michael Abulejefo’s becoming a soldier-killer. No, it was not being an “immigrant.” Muslim immigrants have engaged in …Read More…

 

4 thoughts on “Sheik’s in Sydney bookstore recruit young Muslim soldiers to fight in Syria”

  1. # 7.30 has been investigating Al Risalah’s activities …

    We could dismantle ASIO and replace it with 7:30, Today Tonight & A Current Affair. They seem to do as well, in between exposing shonky car dealers and tradesmen.

  2. A friend of mine went to Rhodesia and joined the Rhodesian Army to help Prime Minister Ian smith fight off the insurgency by Robert Mugabe in the seventies. Australian government said to him and his other mates, “Stop or we will confiscate your passport and you will be stateless.” (or words to that effect). Also in the early seventies a man named Wilfred Burchett, a know communist traitor, had his passport confiscated when he returned to Australia to be with his dying mother. He became stateless. Venezuela took him in. This is history.
    Why are ANY of these Muslim offenders still present in Australia? Why has their passport not been confiscated and their citizenship been revoked?

  3. “….7.30 has been investigating Al Risalah’s activities and the people behind it, identifying four key sheikhs.
    All are radical and all are encouraging Australians to get involved in the Syrian crisis….”

    More correct is that they are encouraging muslims who just happen to hold Australian passports.

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