That is probably true. There will almost certainly be more jihad terror attacks in Australia. The Islamic State has called for them, and nothing much is being done to prevent them — least of all any attempt to compel mosques and Islamic schools in Australia to teach against the Islamic State’s understanding of Islam, even though they ostensibly reject that understanding.
“‘Keep going, Martin Place was just the beginning for you dogs’: Melbourne extremist taunts police with vile tweets and claims to have joined ISIS in Iraq,” by John Carney, Daily Mail, December 27, 2014 (thanks to Kenneth):
A Melbourne man claiming to be fighting for ISIS in Iraq has tweeted a threat on social media to the Australian Federal Police and vowed to carry out a fatwa on Australia.
Zaky Mallah, the first person charged with terrorism in Australia was contacted on Christmas Eve by a man on Twitter using the name Abu Abdullah.
Mr Mallah, 30, from Westmead in Sydney was jailed in maximum security for two years before being acquitted of terrorism charges. Just four hours into the Sydney siege counter terrorism police also asked him for an ISIS flag to help with their investigations.
As a moderate Mr Mallah is now a very vocal critic of ISIS in Australia. It was because of this that he was contacted by Abdullah who he now believes is from Melbourne. Abdullah began tweeting him questions asking why he was against ISIS. Since then Mr Mallah has been monitoring Abdullah’s other Twitter conversations.
‘What struck me the most was that some of things he said on Twitter were very disturbing and he also commented on the Australian Federal Police’s Twitter account calling them ‘dogs’,’ Mr Mallah said.
‘What I think I have have learned from his conversations on Twitter with me and others is that he is an Australian called Jake who used to live in Melbourne. He’s already tried to make contact on Twitter with a friend of his at the Hume Islam Youth Centre (HIYC) in Melbourne.’
On Christmas Eve ‘Abdullah’ tweeted a friend: ‘Remember me? Revert at hiyc, tall, white, skinny, long hair, we used to speak on Facebook.’ When his friend replied that he remembered him, Abdullah said: ‘I finally made hijra in August, I’m in Ramadi now.’ Ramadi is a city in central Iraq.
The HIYC is based in Motto Drive Coolaroo, Victoria, but no one could be contacted for a response.
Later on Christmas Day Abdullah tweeted: ‘That’s twice now I’ve seriously considered coming back and following Sheikh Adnani’s fatwa in Australia.’ Shaykh Abu Mohammad al-Adnani al-Shami is the official spokesman and a senior leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
Adnani has called for Muslims to wage jihad attacks on civilians in the West.
On Boxing Day he replied to a tweet posted by the Australian Federal Police about two men who had charged by the Joint Terrorism Team in Sydney saying: ‘Keep going, Martin Place was just the beginning for you dogs.’
While in another tweet he admitted to a friend he had been banned from Facebook for things he had written….