Australian officials should be looking into where Farhad Jabar Khalil Mohammed learned his Islam, and investigating what is being taught in the mosque or mosques he attended. Instead, they’re rushing to warn Australians not to blame the Muslim community for this murder. So when a Muslim kills a non-Muslim in the name of Islam and jihad, the real victims are Muslims. The victimhood game that Islamic advocacy groups play has won out entirely.
It was on Church Street at Parramatta just after 4pm yesterday.
Exclusive footage obtained by 7 News shows 15-year-old Farhad Jabar Khalil Mohammed walking along, dressed in black, waving a gun and shouting at police.
The video shows the final moments of this radicalised teenagers.
As it all unfolds, just metres away behind a wall, young children play at the Good Start day care centre.
Farhad Jabar Khalil Mohammed must have known it was a suicide missions, but what he was doing was worth dying for, was worth killing Curtis Cheng – a quietly spoken family man.
Mr Cheng was shot at point blank range as he left work for the day, just as he had done for 17 years as a finance employee of the NSW Police Force.
According to witnesses the young gunman seemed joyous.
Senior police sources have told 7 News the shooter managed to walk into the lobby of police headquarters unchallenged, picked his target inside, and then followed Mr Cheng out before firing upon him.
Special constables tasked with protecting government buildings heard the shot and ran outside to confront the teenager.
Earlier, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has called on Australia not to blame or vilify members of the country’s muslim community in the wake of a “shocking crime” which saw a police employee killed in Sydney on his way home from work.
Earlier the 15-year-old boy who shot dead a police force employee in Parramatta on Friday afternoon was identified as Farad Jabar Khalil Mohammad.
The teenager of Iraqi-Kurdish background appears to have acted alone, when he shot dead Curtis Cheng, in what has now been confirmed as a terror related attack.
Mr Turnbull praised the actions of police who brought the situation under control quickly and express condolences to the family of Mr Cheng.
He said the incident had been “a shocking crime” and a case of “cold blooded murder”, but said it would be counter-productive if people rushed to blame Muslim Australians….