Sulayman Khalid said, “In order for me to be connected to the values here of Australia, the Australian government needs to stop picking on the Muslims here” — in other words, he would be loyal to Australia if Australia did nothing to stop jihad terror activity. Now it appears that he wanted the Australian government to “stop picking on the Muslims here” so that jihad terror activity could go on undetected and unimpeded.
“Terror arrests revealed ‘vision to turn Blue Mountains into killing ground’: reports,” 9 News, December 26, 2014:
Two men have been arrested on terrorism charges and refused bail, with one of the men allegedly possessing a list of targets in Sydney.
On Christmas Eve, Sulayman Khalid, 20, and another man aged 21, were arrested as part of an ongoing counterterrorism investigation.
Mr Khalid, from Regents Park, has been charged with being in possession of documents designed to facilitate a terrorist attack.
The 21-year-old man from Marsfield was charged with breaching a control order.
Details of the terrorist activity of Sydney jihadists in the wake of the Martin Place siege was reportedly presented to the National Security Committee just hours before federal police were given the go ahead for the raids that nabbed the two men.
A police source reportedly told News Corp part of the alleged terror plot related to the killing of random people in bushland in the NSW Blue Mountains west of Sydney.
Guerilla [sic] warfare has been a key ISIS tactic in Iraq and Syria with ambushes and sabotage by small contingents of militants.
Security has been heightened for today’s Boxing Day test match and the Sydney Harbour New Year’s Eve celebrations as Prime Minister Tony Abbott concedes a new terror attack on Australian soil is “likely” amid a heightened level of chatter.
It’s alleged the document seized in the raid pinpointed a number of potential government targets, which have been put under watch by authorities as part of the increased security….