“Sydney Man”

Of course the creep is not a “Sydney man”- he is a Musel-man, a soldier of allah, doing what his religion commands him to do. Spare me the crocodile tears and the creepy suggestion about how remorseful he is. Sulayman Khalid is a jihadist and a potential killer. He and his ilk should not be in Australia.

Update:

A WANNABE jihadi used a bewildering YouTube rant and slick pamphlets to convert troubled Western Sydney youths as he planned gue­rrilla warfare in the Blue Mountains.

According to a statement of facts submitted to the NSW Supreme Court in Parramatta, confessed terrorist Sulayman Khalid, 22, preached in the street, trying to convert people to Islam while wearing clothing branded with Islamic State badges.

He and Mohamed Almaouie, 21, pleaded guilty earlier this year to planning multiple terror attacks in Sydney and its surrounds “to advance violent jihad”, and the court is currently hearing sentencing submissions.

Khalid on the SBS Insight show in 2014.
Sulayman Khalid is led into the King St court complex. Picture: John Grainger

A 16-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, also plea­ded guilty to involvement in the plot.

The pamphlets they handed out included quotes from leftist journalists and academics absolving Islamic extremism and accusing Western countries of terrorism. They also claimed Western, mostly Christian, leaders had been responsible for more acts of violence over the past six decades than Islam.–More below the fold.

Not so tough now… Islamic extremist who appeared on SBS with an ISIS flag on his chest CRIES in court as he awaits sentencing for preparing a terrorist act in Sydney
  • A Sydney man who conspired to prepare for a terrorist act has broken down
  • Sulayman Khalid, 22, started crying and breathing heavily at the Supreme Court 
  • His lawyer stated he was stressed and one person said he had an anxiety attack
  • Khalid and two others have pleaded guilty to preparation for a terrorist act

An Islamic extremist A Muslim who conspired to prepare for a terrorist act has had an apparent anxiety attack at his sentencing hearing in Sydney alongside his co-accused.

Sulayman Khalid, 22, started crying and breathing heavily at the Supreme Court in Parramatta on Tuesday and briefly left the courtroom, with his lawyer stating he was ‘very stressed’, and a supporter claiming he was ‘having an anxiety attack’.

Khalid, Jibryl Almaouie, 23, and a teenager who can’t be named for legal reasons, have each pleaded guilty to conspiring to do acts in preparation for a terrorist act to advance ‘violent jihad’ in late 2014.

Sulayman Khalid (pictured during a court appearance in 2014) started crying and breathing heavily at the Supreme Court in Parramatta on Tuesday

 

The three are among six involved in the plot to kill police officers and attack government buildings.

Three other men, Mohamed Almaouie, Farhad Said and Ibrahim Ghazzawy, have previously pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of knowingly making a document likely to facilitate a terrorist act.

Sulayman Khalid, pictured on the SBS Insight program, pleaded guilty to conspiring to do acts in preparation for a terrorist act to advance 'violent jihad' in late 2014

‘He’s clearly a late joiner,’ Mr Temby said.

Almaouie was involved in two telephone conversations on December 16, 2014, nine days after his first contact with ‘central player’ Khalid, he said.

There had been a discussion about targeting the Australian Federal Police but ‘it was not acted upon and no specific physical target had been chosen at the time it was thwarted’ by authorities, he said.

‘You can’t sentence these people on the basis that they were going to do it … because we just don’t know,’ Mr Temby said.

The two men and the teenager plead guilty to plotting a terrorist attack on government buildings, including police headquarters, in Sydney almost three years ago (pictured is the police raids in 2014)

The charge of conspiring to do acts in preparation of a terrorist act carries a maximum sentence of life in prison.

Mr Temby said Almaouie has been behind bars in ‘harsh’ conditions since January 2015.

The ‘small in stature’ and ‘mild mannered’ man has lost weight since he’s been in prison, he said.

Prosecutor Nicholas Robinson QC said Almaouie played a significant role and would often use code words such as ‘fruit salad’, ‘marriage’ and ‘motorbikes’ when plotting with his co-conspirators.

‘The terms make no sense unless they are understood as meaning something else,’ he said.

Sentencing submissions continue before Justice Geoff Bellew.

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Sulayman Khalid: YouTube Jihadi’s rant as he plotted wave of terror

A 16-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, also plea­ded guilty to involvement in the plot.

The pamphlets they handed out included quotes from leftist journalists and academics absolving Islamic extremism and accusing Western countries of terrorism. They also claimed Western, mostly Christian, leaders had been responsible for more acts of violence over the past six decades than Islam.

An excerpt from the pamphlets handed out by Sulyman Khalid and other volunteer community workers in western Sydney during 2014.

Yesterday the court was shown a YouTube video with an IS logo in the corner of the screen and Khalid standing under a gum tree ranting almost incoherently, most of it dir­ected to “secret services”.

“Allah tells us that youse wish to distinguish (sic) the lights of Allah but youse will not be able to,” he said in the 25-minute tirade, underlined with an Arabic music soundtrack.

A shot from the accused’s YouTube video, in which he calls on others to take up Islam.
The “A Direct Message to the Secret Services” online rant.

But interspersed amid the stream-of-consciousness nonsense and accusations against the West, there were chillingly coherent threats.

“When Jesus comes back he will break the cross … he will kill the pig … either you become a Muslim and believe in Allah or die by the sword,” he said. “In Islam we cannot obey the man-made law that is not ruling with sharia.”

The Youtube video Sulyman Khalid posted.

The statement of facts tendered show Khalid regarded himself as a self-appointed preacher and used the name “Abu Bakr”. He gave ­religious advice to four other men and a teenager as they gathered guns and ammunition and planned to attack the Australian Federal Police headquarters in Sydney.

On November 26, 2014, shortly before his arrest, Khalid sent his co-conspirators a text that said: “TIME TO WAKE UP AND TASTE THE SWEETNESS OF IMAN”, signing off as “Abu Bakr”.

The 303 British Lee-Enfield that was allegedly to be used in the attack. Picture: Supplied
An image o .303 ammo and a magazine tendered to the court. Picture: Supplied

When police searched Khalid’s home on December 18, 2014, they found clothing bearing IS markings and a series of printed A4 sheets which, when placed together, formed an almost complete IS banner.

Khalid.
Sulayman Khalid.

Pro-ISIS teen discusses his views on Insight

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The court has previously heard Jibryl Almaouie, his brother Moh­amed Khalid, Farhad Said, Ibrahim Ghazzawy and the teenager planned to use the guns in an attack on Lithgow jail and to carry out guerrilla warfare in the Blue Mountains.

 

6 thoughts on ““Sydney Man””

  1. It’s Mr Temby’s job to show his client in the best light possible. It is our government’s job to keep its citizens safe from people like Mr Temby’s client. Sulayman Khalid should have considered the consequences before plotting to harm Australian citizens just going about their normal business.

    1. Do you actually think that he’s civilized enough to “consider the consequences”? The Western justice systems and due process are utterly inadequate in dealing with moslam. Moslam is a military matter, not a Perry Mason episode.

  2. This is the same creep who threatened and assaulted a Coptic Christian cleaner at Bankstown square. He got off that one, hope he doesn’t get off this time.

  3. But hadn’t you heard?! Being angry at (“hateful” towards) criminals is the most vile sin, while pitying (“tolerating”) them is the highest moral virtue, these days!

    So crying and whining will earn him a sentence reduction!

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