Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Islamic terrorist shot dead in Melbourne, Australia

(Melbourne) An 18-year-old known Islamic terrorist suspect who issued death threats against the Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbot was asked by the police to attend his local police station for an interview (Endeavour Hills police station).

When he arrived, at around 1930 hrs, he started off by waving the black jihad flag of ISIS around and repeating his threats to the PM and the Australian government. This he followed up by stabbing two anti-terrorist police officers who where there to greet him. He was shot dead for his antisocial behaviour.

The Islamic Council of Victoria (ICV) has this morning released a statement expressing their “deep sorrow” over the shooting of the 18-year-old terror suspect and calling for a full “objective” investigation.
“Events that, on face value, should not have cost a young man his life and put two police officers in hospital. There needs to be a full and objective investigation into this incident to ensure that such a tragedy is never repeated,” the statement just released says. Our focus, at this time, is on supporting the family of the young man; ensuring that their needs are catered for. There will be many questions that they will want answers to and in the fullness of time we expect that the events of last night will become clearer. This tragedy highlights the real cost of a failure to deal with these serious issues and why we have made numerous calls on the Australian government to deal with the root causes of alienation and disaffection of people such as this. This is not about laying blame but about a genuine need to identify the root causes and deal with them so that no further tragedies such as this occur again.”