Calls for lone wolf attacks on the Opera House, MCG: “Scorch them with terror”

Calls for lone wolf attacks on the Opera House, MCG: “Scorch them with terror”. By The Australian.

Guess which political ideology urged supporters to “Light the ground beneath (Australians) aflame and scorch them with terror.” Conservatism? The labour movement? Libertarianism? Communism maybe? Perhaps feminism? What a dopey question, sorry.

In an article that describes Australia as: “A land cloaked in darkness and corrupted by kaffir, fornication and vice,” Islamic State names the Melbourne suburb of Broadmeadows and the Sydney suburbs of Bankstown and Bondi as specific targets.

“Stab them shoot them, poison them, and run them down with your vehicles,” the lengthy article urges. “Kill them wherever you find them.”

A second article, entitled: “The Kafir’s blood is halal for you, so shed it,” includes a picture of a flower seller from an English market town whom it says should be targeted. “Shedding his blood is permissible without exception, just like swine,” it says.

The article tells its readers that killing disbelievers is a form of worship and orders them to target “the businessman riding in a taxicab, the young adults engaged in sports activities in the park, and the old man waiting in line to by a sandwich. Even the blood of the kafir street vendor selling flowers to those passing by is halal (permitted) to shed.”

The author of the article explains that it is not mandatory to target soldiers and policemen, but “all kuffar are fair game.”

The fundamentalists are saying this. They’ve been saying similar things for 1,400 years.

Islamist teen planned terror attack on Melbourne train, court hears, by Pia Akerman.

A youth who embraced radical Islam and planned to become a suicide bomber has revealed for the first time how he intended to target a Melbourne train, police station or a city street.

The 18-year old, who cannot be identified, gave evidence in his own plea hearing in Victoria’s Supreme Court today, describing how he had started planning to mount a domestic terrorist attack in early 2015 after watching Islamic State propaganda videos online.

“At the time I thought this was what God wanted for me,” he said. “They were the good guys, I thought. I thought they were acting in the interests of Muslims. I began to support them.”