Australia: Bushfire Jihad

Australian Bushfires: Muslim Angle

Turns out the fires may have more to do with Islam than with harmless carbon emissions.

From the Daily Telegraph via the Geller Report:

Western Sydney teen Fadi Zraika — one of the two teens [the other being Abraham Zreika] accused of lighting a grass fire at a Guildford park while bushfires ravaged NSW — laughed outside court [yesterday] after appearing on multiple charges.

Maybe it was an accident, despite Zraika’s laughter — which was chilling considering the enormous damage the fires have inflicted.

Then again,

“‘Unleash Hell’: New Al Qaeda magazine describes in detail how to start huge forest fires across the U.S..with instructions on how to make ’ember bombs.’” — Daily Mail, May 3, 2012

“ISIS-linked media: California fires are retribution for Syria,” Preston Business Review, November 15, 2018

Muslim colonists have been suspected of starting Australian bushfires to please Allah for some time.

2 thoughts on “Australia: Bushfire Jihad”

  1. This is not a new concept. I spent many years in Northern Ireland in the 60s and 70s. I don’t know if it’s still in print, but the youngest person ever elected to the British Parliament, Bernadette Devlin, wrote a book titled “the price of my soul” (no caps). I purchased a copy during its first release in 1969. In Chapter 5, Ms. Devlin lays out an outline for setting fires for terrorist purposes. In it she discusses the US Naval Communication Station in the City of Londonderry and how it was the perfect target. Here is part of what she said in her booik, in Chapter 5: “In Derry there is an American communciations base which is used as a look-out post the rest of Europe”. “This base, it seemed to me, was custom-built for causing an international crisis and bringilng Northern Ireland to the attention of the world, andI developed a very nsaty plan forits destruction”. “The first thing to do was to set fire to Gortin Forest Park in County Tyrone”. “Once Gortin Forest Park was burning nicely, all the fire brigades in Ulster would colme storming around to deal with it, blaming the IRA; and while everybody was putting out that fire, you could set fire to Tullamore Forest Park on the other side of the country. With the entire country running around putting out fires it would take no more than half a dozen hand-grenades lobbed over the wall of the communications base to create a very nasty diplomatic incident”. I was stationed at that particular base on three separate tours between 1965-1975. Ms. Devlin published this during my second tour 1968-69. Because of my clearances and particular job, I was aware of this threat, as most of us communications speciallists were and we worked with the Royal Navy, whose base was just a mile down the road from us, HMS Sea Eagle, as and when necessary.

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