ASIO cancels passports of western Sydney men for ‘jihadi mentality’
Stupid. Why keep them here if they are so eager to go over there? All we have to do is to stop them from coming back:
Mr Haddad said ASIO attention on their communities had increased since the death of popular Sydney sheikh Mustapha Al Majzoub in a rocket attack in Syria last year, while carrying out humanitarian and charity work in the conflict-torn country.Â More humanitarian and charity work atÂ The AgeÂ thanks to Mullah (pbuh)
They were preparing to travel to Syria for sightseeing. “Passports cancelled over jihad fears,” fromÂ Yahoo!7, December 8:
ASIO has reportedly cancelled the passports of 20 men in Western Sydney, in a crackdown on a suspected jihadist group.
Jake Lynch with legal action pending against him for his part in boycotting an Israeli academic, Dan Avnon of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem., now faced with this partnership with the Technion at the University where he is employed.
The New South Wales government has announced $300,000 over three years to fund a partnership between photonics researchers in Australia and IsraelÂ to develop a communications system that will speed up the next generation of computers. (EoZ)
The family that kills Infidels together, stays together
This heartwarming story of a father teaching his children the family trade might not always be rosy. After all, kids will bicker: “Daaaaad! Ahmad stole my bomb vest!” “Now, Ahmad, give Muhammad back his bomb vest. No, wait, don’t pull tha—–”
“Family jihad: father takes five sons to join Syrian rebels,” by Damien McElroy and Ruth Sherlock for theÂ Telegraph, December 6: (JW)
A Moroccan father has taken all five of his children â€” the youngest of them aged 13 â€” to fight for an Islamist faction in Syria, according to reports.