“Mr Alkiswani was also responsible for setting fire to a Christian street preacher, Paul Sheehan, in Queensland in 2002 in a violent outburst where he doused Mr Sheehan in flammable liquid and threw a match at him while chanting ‘Allah.'” That would seem to be attempted murder. Why was he still running around loose after that?
“‘We’ve got jihad’: Man whose Facebook page shows support for Islamic State is arrested for assault after earlier loitering outside a police station,” by Tang Li, Daily Mail Australia, February 26, 2016:
A man who appears to support the Islamic State was arrested on Friday afternoon after allegedly assaulting someone with a knife.
Ayman Alkiswani, 50, was allegedly carrying a knife and was reportedly seen loitering outside Kings Cross Police Station in Sydney earlier that day.
He was arrested by Surry Hills police on Bourke Street near the intersection of Oxford Street at about 2pm on Friday and was charged with reckless wounding in company causing grievous bodily harm and affray at 3.30pm, NSW Police confirmed to Daily Mail Australia.
According to the Daily Telegraph, NSW Police have been keeping an eye on Mr Alkiswani.
Concerns were raised after he was allegedly seen skulking around a number of police stations around the city ‘with no good reason’.
His Facebook page shows his support for the Islamic State, with radical propaganda posts announcing his devotion to ‘jihad’ and ‘Allah’. His friends on Facebook also appear to be radical Islamic State supporters and some resemble soldiers on the Middle East frontline.
Mr Alkiswani wrote ‘we’ve got jihad’ on November 23 last year and ‘I love Allah’ on November 10 accompanied by a series of images including one that depicted IS terrorists marching on Jerusalem. He also wrote about relishing the slaying of Zionists.
He also shares many photos of himself holding up his index finger up to the ceiling or sky in what appears to be an Islamic gesture adopted by Islamic State militants.
He has also posted photos of lions roaring in front of the Islamic State flag.
Mr Alkiswani was also responsible for setting fire to a Christian street preacher, Paul Sheehan, in Queensland in 2002 in a violent outburst where he doused Mr Sheehan in flammable liquid and threw a match at him while chanting ‘Allah’….