Cairns: wannabe headchoppers prevented from sailing to ISIL

In times of need all Muslims circle the wagons and defend against the infidel oppressors:

‘Fighting fund’ set up for IS suspects accused of trying to flee to Syria by boat
Herald Sun – ‎May 16, 2016‎
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ISLAMIC radicals Devout Muslims in Melbourne and Sydney have established a fighting fund to help with the legal fees for five men who attempted to flee to Syria via boat. The five, who are all from Melbourne, have been charged with terrorism offences after they were arrested north of Cairns towing a 7m fishing boat en route to Cape York.

A Cairns magistrate approved the extradition of the group including Robert “Musa” Cerantonio.

 

The five, who are all from Melbourne, have been charged with terrorism offences after they were arrested north of Cairns towing a 7m fishing boat en route to Cape York.

A Cairns magistrate approved the extradition of the five, which includes influential preacher Robert “Musa” Cerantonio, to Melbourne to face foreign incursion offences.

Police allege the group planned to sail from Cape York to Indonesia and use smuggling networks to take them to terrorist groups in the Middle East.

Cerantonio, Shayden Thorne, Kadir Kaya, Antonio Granata and Paul Dacre will all face Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on Thursday charged with making preparations for incursions into foreign countries to engage in hostile activities.

They face a maximum penalty of life in jail if found guilty.

Terror boat suspects facing court in Cairns today

– 9news.com.au

Google AU (2 days ago) – “Terror boat suspects” (sic)  facing court in Cairns Officers from the Australian Federal Police’s joint counter terrorism teams will argue that they should be extradited to Melbourne. The men, who are all from Melbourne and aged between 21 and 31, have each been charged with one count of making …

Musel-men return to Melbourne to face terror charges

– Ten Eyewitness News

 Google AU (Yesterday) – Men return to Melbourne to face terror charges

A Cairns magistrate has ordered the extradition of five men suspected of making attempts to join ISIL by hiring a boat and travelling to Syria via Indonesia. The men were arrested near Laura on Tuesday on the final leg of their road trip from Melbourne ……