#SydneySiege: Lone jihadi held customers, workers hostage in Sydney café

by Gramfan on December 15, 2014

in Australia, Gramfan (team member), halal food, Islamic terrorism, PC MC, political correctness

Hostages were forced to hold a jihadi flag in the café window.

News coverage here:

Aussie Infidel says:

Apparently the Lindt chocolate and coffee company refused point blank to cower and pay an Islamic tax to make their products ‘halal compliant’. In other words they refused to be extorted by a bunch of terrorists. Apparently the two multinationals Nestlé and Cadbury chocolate manufacturers have paid the extortion tax to the Islamists. I’d suggest that you all cease buying these cowards chocolates forthwith.

Sydney’s Channel 7, the Australian equivalent of MSNBC a bunch of of socialist enablers are already suggesting that the terrorists are lone wolf and do not represent Islam. The excuse mongers and Muslim facilitators are at it already.



Jihad Watch: Sydney jihadist, one other person dead as police storm cafe to end jihad hostage crisis

“A Muslim community leader in Sydney, Dr. Jamal Rifi, said in a televised interview that ‘everything he stands for is wrong.’ ‘It has nothing to do with Islam as a religion whatsoever, and we have all seen that by his previous action and his current actions.’” His previous actions include involvement in an honor killing, the sexual assault of a young woman, and taunting and threatening the families of slain Australian soldiers. All these we have seen among Muslims many times in the past, and all have justification in Islamic texts and teachings — as does hostage-taking. What exactly makes them un-Islamic?

“Police Storm Cafe to End Sydney Hostage Siege,” by Michelle Innis, New York Times, December 15, 2014:

SYDNEY, Australia — Heavily armed police officers ended a hostage siege in Sydney early Tuesday, storming a downtown cafe where an armed man said to be a self-proclaimed sheikh had held employees and customers for more than 16 hours.

Live television images of the scene showed intense flashes of gunfire and the explosive sound of loud ammunition rounds. Police officers raced into the building with weapons drawn, followed by medics with stretchers.

The number of casualties was not immediately clear, but Sky News Australia reported that two people were dead, including the gunman.

“Sydney siege is over. More details to follow,” the New South Wales Police said in a Twitter message at about 2:45 a.m.

Just before the police entered the building, at least six hostages had been seen running from the cafe.

Earlier, the police said that the hostage-taker was Man Haron Monis, an Iranian-born man in his 50s with a criminal record who called himself Sheikh Haron. Australian media reports quoted the man’s former lawyer as saying he was acting alone. But it was unclear whether the gunman had accomplices.

The siege had transfixed Australia since Monday morning, when the gunman took control of the cafe in central Sydney with an unknown number of employees and customers trapped inside. The man was carrying a black flag with white Arabic script similar to those used by Islamic militants on other continents, and the flag was later displayed in the window of the cafe.

Five people, including two cafe employees, had fled by 7 p.m. Monday, but it was not clear whether the assailant had allowed them to leave or they had escaped.

Helicopters hovered over the city, the train network was temporarily stopped and strategic buildings — including the nearby Sydney Opera House, the New South Wales Parliament, the state library, law courts and the Reserve Bank — were evacuated or shut down. Traffic was stopped on part of the Sydney Harbor Bridge.

According to The Age, a national newspaper, Mr. Monis was free on bail in two separate criminal cases. He was charged in November 2013 with being an accessory before and after the fact in the murder of his ex-wife, Noleen Hayson Pal, who was stabbed and set on fire in an apartment in Werrington.

In April 2014, Mr. Monis was charged with the indecent and sexual assault of a woman in western Sydney in 2002.

The police have said that Mr. Monis held himself out as a spiritual healer and conducted business on Station Street at Wentworthville.

Mr. Monis also pleaded guilty in 2013 to 12 charges related to the sending of poison-pen letters to the families of Australian servicemen who were killed overseas, local press reports said.

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1 Gramfan December 15, 2014 at 3:57 pm


Another Muslim halal shakedown!
And the local muslim community is worried about how it will affect them???

I could use a few choice 4-letter words – but I am sure you already know what they are.

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