Meat worker Syeid Alam was BEHEADED on a fishing trip in Rockhampton, QLD.
The accused murderer Mohammed Khan was Alam’s best friend
Candace would never tell you this:
This article claims the ‘Royingyans are among the most persecuted in the world.’ Do not be fooled. These people are invaders.
For many decades Muslim Bengalis have been streaming into Burma. These Muslim immigrants massacred, on several occasions, the Buddhist Burmese in whose country they had settled.
Like the Arabs in Judea and Samaria who call themselves “Palestinian’s”, they tried to reinvent themselves as “Rohingya”, but with far less success.
These Bengali Muslims and their enablers would have you believe that they always lived there, that it is THEIR land by the law of ‘Allah’, and by the same law they will conquer it.
But the Buddhists of Burma are resisting. Numerous “human rights” organisations, most of them financed by the OIC, are beating the drum for these “oppressed” invaders, whom they portray as innocent victims of Buddhist rule.
The “Rohingya” Muslims have refused to accept the laws and customs of the Burmese infidels; maybe if they stopped slaughtering the Buddhists they could have stayed in Burma.
- Meat worker Syeid Alam was beheaded on a fishing trip in Rockhampton
- The accused murderer Mohammed Khan was Alam’s best friend
- Both men were Rohingyan migrants workers at the same meatworks
- Syeid Alam’s widow Ferrdous, 25, is heavily pregnant with her third son
- Ferdous will give birth ‘any day’ to a boy who will never know his father
- Her two other boys are asking ‘where’s my father, why is he not here’
- Khan allegedly decapitated Alam and ‘interfered with his corpse’
The 25-year-old widow of a Rohingyan migrant meat worker allegedly beheaded by his best friend and co-worker on a fishing trip is heavily pregnant and due to give birth to her third son ‘within days’.
Ferdous Alam is distraught with grief and her two sons Aziz, 7 and Shuwife Bin, 2, are asking every day ‘where is my father. My father not here’, the boys’ uncle Shah Alam told Seven News.
Syeid Alam and his accused murderer Mohammed Khan were friends who regularly visited each other’s homes, worked together at the same meatworks and are from the same migrant community.
The two men and Ms Alam are among the 200 members of the Rohingyan community living in Rockhampton, 600km north of Brisbane.
Many of the male migrants workers are employees of a major Australian meat processing company’s Rockhampton factory, where Syeid Alam and Mohammed Khan had both worked since emigrating from Burma three to four years ago.
Rohingyans, who are Muslims, are a stateless people and said to be the most persecuted minority in the world.
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Detectives accompany accused murderer Mohammed Khan, who allegedly beheaded his co-worker and close friend Syeid Alam in April and dumped his body at a fishing spot in Rockhampton, Queensland
Ferdous Alam (pictured), the 25-year-old widow of a Rohingyan migrant meat worker allegedly beheaded by his best friend on a fishing trip, is heavily pregnant and due to give birth to her third son ‘within days’
Syeid Alam (pictured) was allegedly decapitated and his body dumped in a creek by his close friend and co worker at a Rockhampton meatworks where the two Rohingyan migrants had worked for three years
The dead man’s brother Shah Alam (pictured with his nephews Shuwife Bin, 2, and Aziz, 7) said the boys were crying and asking where their father was since he disappeared
Mr Alam and his family are among thousands who have fled violence in the northern Arakan state in Burma. Many Rohingyans have suffered oppression and mistreatment in Bangladesh and other resettlement countries, and become boat people.
According to his brother Shah, Syeid Alam, 33, ‘liked working at the meatworks’ and liked his new life in Rockhampton with his growing family.
Mohammed Khan, 34, was a close friend who regularly visited the Alams. The two men and their families lived just a 12 minute drive from each other’s homes.
‘He was a very close friend of my brother…they were always at each other’s homes,’ Shah Alam told the Rockhampton Morning Bulletin.
On the evening April 5, Syeid Alam told his wife Ferdous that he was going on a fishing trip. When he did not return, Ms Alam contacted police the following day.
Four days later, Mr Alam’s Black Toyota Camry was located four blocks back from the riverbank. After some of Mr Alam’s belongings were found at a boat ramp near a popular fishing spot, Queensland police divers began searching the Fitzroy River.
It wasn’t until around 9am Saturday April 16 that Syeid Alam’s remains were found on the edge of Splitters Creek near the river mouth.
The deceased man’s brother, Shah Alam, said that his sister-in-law is very sad and will probably not stay in Rockhampton after she gives birth and that his nephews keep on asking where their father has gone
A heavily pregnant Ferdous Alam (pictured in the kicthen of her Rockhampton home, is now a 25-year-old widow and due to give birth to her third son ‘within days’
Mr Alam’s head had been decapitated ‘quite brutally’ from his body. Detectives launched a murder investigation and on Tuesday they arrested the slain man’s co-worker.
Police charged Mohammed Khan with murdering Syeid Alam and interfering with his corpse, and Khan is currently in custody.
Detective Inspector Darrin Shadlow said Khan and Mr Alam ‘were close associates prior to this’ although he wouldn’t ‘specvulat as to any falling out’.
‘The victim was decapitated quite brutally,’ he said. ‘We want to make it clear to the Rockhampton public that the man was known to the alleged offender.’
Detective Shadlow said that communicating with witnesses and Khan had not been straightforward.
Rohingyans have their own language, which only a verbal, not written language, somewhat similar to Bangladeshi language, the Burmese Rohingyan Community Australia secretary General Mohammed Anwar told Daily Mail Australia.
‘We have spoken to lot of people in the Rohingya community in Rockhampton and they have been helpful to us,’ Detective Shadlow said. ‘Language has certainly been a barrier.’
Meat worker Mohammed Khan (pictured with police) has been charged with murdering his friend Syeid Alam and interfering with his corpse
Khan required an interpreter when he appeared Rockhampton Magistrates Court on Tuesday, with his charges due again in court on June 29.
Police have appealed for the public to come forward with information if they saw Mr Alam near the Fitzroy River on April 5 or 6.
Shah Alam, who lives and works in Sydney, flew to Rockhampton after learning of his older brother’s death and said his two-year-old nephew was severely affected by his father’s death and ‘crying all the time’.
He said his sister-in-law Ferdous ‘has too much crying’ and was ‘very sad’.
After she gives birth to her third son, who will never know his father, she may follow him with her children to Sydney to live because there was little remaining in Rockhampton for her, Mr Alam said.
Burmese Rohingyan Community Australia, which is based in Brisbane is trying to contact Ms Alam to offer her assistance.
Mohammad Anwar told Daily Mail Australia it was ‘terrible’ to have escape the atrocities committed against Rohingyans in Burma, to have such a tragedy occur in the comparative safety of Australia.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3598097/Heavily-pregnant-young-wife-meat-worker-Syeid-Alam-beheaded-fishing-trip-best-friend-prepares-birth-son-days.html#ixzz49EesT9Xa
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