Almost all of Australia’s Islamic State Mo muppets were previously members of the bludjahideen:
A federal investigation into the welfare status of Australian foreign fighters, prompted last year by revelations in The Telegraph, shows 96 per cent had been on welfare benefits when they fled to the Middle East.
Most had continued to collect payments from Australian taxpayers while training with Islamic State to become terrorists intent on wanting to kill Australians.
One of those idiots, who is now attempting to return home after six months in Syria, recently described his pathetic cause:
After more than seven months gaining his trust, CBS News correspondent Clarissa Ward convinced Ibrahim, believed to be in his early 30s, to sit down for an interview and provide a window into the workings of the murderous group …
“Some of the policies, like I said, with the beheadings of non-combatants. Some of those things I don’t agree with.”
What he did agree with though was the barbaric killings that took place in the name of Sharia law.
Ibrahim said he had witnessed a number of executions while in Syria, including a crucifixion and the stoning of a couple who were accused by local officials of adultery.
“It’s harsh. It’s real. But it’s Sharia,” he said.
“It was done publicly, there were many hundreds of people there. Seeing someone die is not something anyone probably would want to see, but having the actual Sharia established is what many Muslims look forward to.”
Not that this is anything to do with Islam, of course.
A warning from Andrew Bolt:
I have learned of attacks on free speech – regretfully successful in part – that have truly shocked me.
I cannot yet reveal them, given the extreme sensitivity involved. But if the public knew the full extent of the danger, there’d be a lot more than the 39 per cent in this poll:
FREEDOM of speech is the human right that Australians feel is most under threat, according to a new poll released today by Ipsos MORI.
When asked ‘which right do you feel is most under threat?’, 39 per cent of the 1002 Australians polled chose freedom of speech.
The next most frequent response was ‘basic human rights’, which came in at 32 per cent.
According to Julian Burnside AO QC, “the real threat” to Australia’s way of life comes from the Prime Minister and a News Corp columnist:
Sorry to see Andrew Bolt stirring up Islamophobia today on his blog. People like Bolt and Abbott are the real threat to our way of life.
Muslim Spokesturd: “But Let’s Not Jump To Conclusions”
Unlike, say, the case in Chapel Hill, where jumping to conclusions, as long as those conclusions are that an “anti-Muslim hate crime” was committed, was not only fine, but required.
The FBI is probing a frightening Valentine’s Day attack near Detroit, where a suspect stabbed two men after they told him they were not Muslim, to determine if the attack was a hate crime or even the work of a home-grown radical, a former Motor City FBI chief said Tuesday.