“I regret that there are Muslim people (who died) and Allah akbar if there are kaffir people (unbelievers) who died.”
“Bali bomber warns: Australia is next,” by Cindy Wockner for The Daily Telegraph (thanks to Morgaan Sinclair):
ONE of the key Bali Bombers has issued a chilling warning from his death row prison cell, warning Australia “will be down next year”.
Imam Samudra and two of his cohorts on death row for their role in the 2002 bombings were yesterday defiant, unapologetic and welcoming of their forthcoming executions as they were visited in their island jail by some of their family members.
Samudra, the so-called field commander of the Bali bombers, took the opportunity to hold a “press conference” to correct what he said was misinformation.
He had never said he was sorry about the bombing, he was only sorry that Muslims died, he said.
“I regret that there are Muslim people (who died) and Allah akbar if there are kaffir people (unbelievers) who died,” he said.
As the 2Â½ hour visit ended, Samudra beckoned The Daily Telegraph over and issued his warning: “Australia will be down, next year Australia will be down.”