Immigration Minister Chris Evans remains clueless about Islamic jihad:
“We don’t think there’s an immediate danger,” Senator Evans said on Sunday.Â “It reminds us all that the fight against terrorism is going to be a long one, and we have to continue to renew our efforts into what is a dreadful situation, where people are prepared to kill and maim people and give up their own lives in this senseless terrorism.” More from SMH
Andrew BoltÂ â€“ Sunday, July 19, 09Â
The killer of three Australians in Jakarta this week may be the man that’s helped kill Australians before:
SOUTH-EAST Asia’s most wanted man,Â militant Islamist Noordin Mohammed Top, is behind the twin bombings of the JW Marriott and Ritz-Carlton hotelsÂ in Jakarta, according to Indonesian officials, who have launched a manhunt for the terrorist wanted over a string of attacks since he plotted the first Bali bombings.
He should now be on the top of the most-wanted lists of both ASIO and the Federal Police.
Piers AkermanÂ â€“ Saturday, July 11, 09Â
The great cover-up of the illegal asylum-seeker traffic to Australia is beginning to unravel.