But don’t be concerned. It’s just “emotional speaking.” From the Sun Herald, with thanks to the Constantinopolitan Irredentist:
A MUSLIM group has told Israel to stop attacks on Lebanon within 48 hours or it would launch suicide bombing attacks in the Jewish state and any country supporting it, including Australia.
After more than 100 balaclava-clad “jihadis” demonstrated their martial arts skills in Pontianak, on the Indonesian island of Borneo, yesterday, the group’s leader said he was preparing to launch bombing attacks against Israeli interests in several countries, including Australia, Britain and the US.
“If, after the 48-hour deadline, the aggressions continue, we can’t be held responsible if there are suicide bombings in countries that support the aggressions of the Israeli military, if it is America, Australia or other countries,” Asian Muslim Youth Movement (AMYM) leader Suaib Didu said.
“Their aim is protect our friends from Israeli aggression.
“They will bomb various places, various vital installations overseas such as in Israel and in any country that supports the aggression of Israel and the United States,” he said, as several black-clad men chopped bricks with their hands or pushed swords into the stomachs of an “opponent”.
However, the number of fighters who attended yesterday’s morning’s show of force, was far less than the 3000 jihadis Didu had earlier claimed he would dispatch.
Didu said that the men consisted of the former mujahideen or holy war fighters who had been selected to be sent overseas.
“They are militants that have experience and carried out operations in Afghanistan and Moro [Philippines]. So we don’t doubt their ability,” Didu told The Sun-Herald.
“They will be sent to various cities, and we will see if they can enter Israel or not,” he said….
Police said they doubted the group would send anyone.
“It’s just emotional speaking from them,” said police spokesman Anton Alam Bachru, adding that police in Pontianak had spoken to the group to explain that the Indonesian Government would send troops as part of a United Nations peacekeeping force.
He also denied Didu’s claims that the volunteers were all former “alumni” from Afghanistan, the Palestinian territories and the southern Philippines.