“When they arrested him at a Muslim prayer hall he shouted ‘you’re all pigs, look at you like lambs to the slaughter… you will be slaughtered at the hands of Allah.'” And he will be out again in much sooner than sixteen years, after experiencing several years of intense prison dawah. So if he was dedicated to slaughtering kuffar for Allah before he went into prison, he is likely to come out even more hardened and focused upon that goal. Neither Australian authorities nor any authorities anywhere in the Western world make any effort to dissuade young men like this from thinking it meritorious to slaughter people for Allah. Even to make the attempt would be “islamophobic.”
“Teen terror plotter jailed for a maximum of 16 years,” by Kelly Fedor, 9 News, December 11, 2018 (thanks to Greg):
A Bankstown teenager has been jailed for a maximum of 16 years by a judge who labelled him an “unequivocally committed terrorist”.
The 18-year-old waved to his family as he was led away, with the court told he still claims to be innocent.
He was captured on CCTV in 2016 with an a friend buying two knives, telling the salesman they wanted to go “pig hunting”.
Six days later he bought another two knives, this time bayonets which were hidden in his alleged co-accused’s bag.
But counter-terrorism police were on their tail and when they arrested him at a Muslim prayer hall he shouted “you’re all pigs, look at you like lambs to the slaughter… you will be slaughtered at the hands of Allah”.
Police also found a half-written note which pledged allegiance to the “caliph”.
Despite that the boy tried to argue at trial and again during a sentence hearing that there was an innocent explanation, the knives were intended for a hunting and camping trip.
Justice Bellew described that as “nonsensical as well as fanciful”.
He accepted the attack was imminent given he had been reading Islamic State articles which recommended using a knife to inflict terror because they were “easy to conceal”.
The court heard the teen was arrested near the police station and court house where “he knew there would be people in the vicinity who he regarded as evil”.
Justice Bellew also said it was clear the teenager had held and “extremist and radical ideology which advocated violence” from as young as 12.
He was photographed at the Hyde Park riots holding a placard which read “behead all those who insult the prophet”.
He had also refused to stand up for the Australian national anthem at a school assembly.
“I will only stand up for Allah and I do not respect the Australian Government because they sent troops overseas to kill the men and rape the children,” he told his principal….
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