Just another example of many on how the lame stream media seeks to minimise the threat caused to our society by Islamic savages:
Sydney teen tried to buy suicide vest online.
(He could have asked his Momma to make him one.)
It’s understood 18-year-old Tamim Khaja, a former student of Epping Boys High School, was arrested as he tried to make new arrangements to buy a gun. He had a number of government targets in his sights, including the potential of a police station.
A teenager accused of planning a terror act remains in custody after a brief hearing in his absence at a Sydney court.
It’s alleged the 18-year-old was trying to get hold of a gun and was scouting for targets in the city that involved buildings representing authority.
The teen, whose alleged bid to join extremists in Syria was thwarted earlier this year, was arrested in Macquarie Park in Sydney’s northwest on Tuesday morning.
Named in media outlets as Tamim Khaja, he is believed to be a former student at Epping Boys High School and was allegedly investigated by counter-terrorism police for preaching radical Islam at the school last year.
The teen has been under surveillance since he allegedly tried to board an international flight from Sydney Airport in February to join the Islamic State terrorist group in Syria.
He was stopped because his passport was cancelled.