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Multiculturalism in action: Sudanese former child soldier guilty of vicious attack on elderly man

A former Sudanese child soldier who blamed  memories of a traumatic childhood that triggered a vicious bashing of a  Canberra man has been sentenced to three months’ weekend detention. Luay Shaor, 30 at the time, claimed he suffered a traumatic childhood in Africa, which saw him beaten by his family and conscripted into the Sudanese army as a young teenager. Shaor eventually fled Sudan, saying he escaped the army and ran for four days barefoot through ...

Australian-born radical Muslim arrested over near-fatal shooting

AN Australian-born man known to intelligence authorities for his extreme religious views has been charged over an alleged near-fatal shooting outside a sex club in Sydney's northwest in May 2013. Milad Bin Ahmad Shah al-Ahmadzai, 23, has been charged over the May 1 shooting and ambush of a ...

Multiculturalism failure: Australian al-Shabbab terrorists jailed

In December 2010 a jury found Wissam Fattal, Nayef El Sayed, and Saney Aweys, guilty of terrorism offences after a six-week trial in the Victorian Supreme Court. Wissam Fattal The three men were part ...

The enemy within: al-Shabab in Australia

The al-Shabab terrorist group responsible for the Westgate shopping mall massacre in Nairobi has links with home-grown Australian terrorists. In August 2009, Australian security agencies foiled an al-Shabab associated plot to attack Holsworthy Army Barracks in Sydney. Codenamed Operation Neath, the counterterrorism operation disrupted the mass-shooting plot in its early stages. Five men were charged, and three—Wissam Fattal (pictured), Saney Edow Aweys and Nayef el-Sayed—were ...

Ethnic crime: Two more killed in Middle Eastern bikie gang war

On Monday July 29, 2013 two Middle Eastern males with links to bikie gangs and terrorists  were killed just kilometres - and minutes - apart, becoming the latest victims of Sydney's out-of-control gun violence. The targeted attacks were reportedly linked to an ongoing lethal bikie turf war between the Comanchero and Hells Angels gangs. Vasko Boskovski and Bassil Hijazi died in a hail of bullets in Sydney's southwest, the 20th and 21st ...

Cronulla riots: Lebanese Muslim gang behaviour incites riot

Martin Lehmann - 13 December 2005 The left-wing, politically correct mainstream media had a field day blackening Australia's reputation following the Cronulla riots.  

A suburb I used to know

History teacher Peter Roberts grew up in Greenacre, scene of yet another shooting involving men of Middle Eastern background Gunned down: Police investigate the Wilbur Street shooting.  Wilbur Street, Greenacre? I remember it well. I remember riding my bike around Wilbur ...