Well, that’s a worry. Let’s hope the Islamic State does not have more serious supporters here:
THE ISLAMIC State has called for terrorist attacks in Australia and elsewhere, arguing the killing of civilians is justified if their government has joined the US-led attack on the group.
At least one Australian is using social media to share the audio of a speech purportedly delivered by the group’s official spokesman and senior official, Syrian-born Sheik Abu Mohammed al-Adnani, who names Australia several times as an enemy of the Islamic State…
In the speech, Adnani said Australia had no justification for joining the US-led coalition to fight the Islamic State, before calling for “mujahideen” to “rise and defend your state from your place wherever you may be”.
”If you can kill a disbelieving American or European â€” especially the spiteful and filthy French â€” or an Australian, or a Canadian, or any other disbeliever from the disbelievers waging war, including the citizens of the countries that entered into a coalition against the Islamic State, then rely upon Allah, and kill him in any manner or way however it may be,” Adnani said, according to a translation of the speech released by one of the group’s propaganda arms, Al-Furqan.
“Do not ask for anyone’s advice and do not seek anyone’s verdict. Kill the disbeliever whether he is civilian or military, for they have the same ruling…”
The pattern never changes: in the wake of a jihad terror attack or plot, Muslims in the West do not do what they should do: redouble their efforts against jihadis in their own communities, and their cooperation with law enforcement officials. Instead, they claim that they are being victimized by a “backlash” and try to [Robert SpencerÂ /Comments]Continue Reading Â»
“But a police source raised the question of why the men â€” who had earlier been seen walking along a track near bushland off New Illawarra Rd â€” were at a location clearly marked as restricted Commonwealth land.” Why indeed? Were they “sightseeing,” as other Muslims discovered in sensitive areas have claimed? Will Australian police —Robert SpencerÂ /Comments…]Â Continue Reading Â»