Muslims On Social Media Call Teen Jihadist Who Murdered Australian Cop A “Hero Of The Islamic People”
“A major focus for police will be how Jabar became radicalised.” To quote the words of Benjamin Franklin, “We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid.” Unfortunately, it seems like the authorities nowadays are hard at work indeed, but all too often for all the wrong reasons. Instead of working on the premiss that Islam is a religion of peace and doing all they can to remain willfully ignorant, the authorities ought to pick up a Qur’an and discover for themselves what it truly teaches …
Qur’an Sura 4:94-95, “O ye who believe! When ye go abroad in the cause of Allah, investigate carefully …. For Allah is well aware of all that ye do… Allah hath granted a grade higher to those who strive and fight with their goods and persons than to those who sit (at home).”
Qur’an Sura 4:76,“Those who believe fight in the cause of Allah…”
Qur’an: Sura 4:89, “Have no unbelieving friends. Kill the unbelievers wherever you find them.”
By Simon Kent, Breitbart – “The teenage terrorist who executed a NSW Police Force employee in Sydney was lauded as a ‘hero of the Islamic people’ on a social media page, which was quickly removed at the request of police.
Fifteen-year-old Farhad Khalil Mohammad Jabar, who was born in Iran and had an Iraqi-Kurdish background, was killed during a shoot-out with special constables outside police headquarters in the western Sydney suburb of Parramatta last Friday. Moments earlier he had shot finance worker Curtis Cheng in the back as he left the building.
According to The Sydney Morning Herald, on one of the Facebook pages that have emerged since the shooting the teen has been labelled the ‘hero of Parramatta’ although it remained unclear who set up the Facebook page or why.
‘Hero of the Islamic peoples he will be gratly (sic),’ one post reads on the Facebook page. ‘Death to the evil police state of Australia who killed this young child all he is guilty of was being muslim!!’
An image from the site ‘RIP Farhad Khalil Mohammad Jabar’ Facebook page appears below.
Asked about the page, NSW Police Deputy Commissioner Nick Kaldas said it was disappointing : ‘Just as disappointing as the right-wing extremist material,’ he added.
Police investigating the crime are now examining links between the shooter, who was dressed in black at the time of the attack, and a nearby mosque he visited immediately before the shooting.
Witnesses said that after shooting dead Mr Cheng, the teenager ran up and down in front of police headquarters waving his handgun in the air and shouting ‘Allah, Allah’.
Jabar visited Parramatta Mosque before he gunned down the popular 58-year-old civilian employee. He was a regular at the mosque and often stayed there until late at night with other young men.
A major focus for police will be how Jabar became radicalised and whether it was from a group he met at the mosque, reports The Australian.” Read more.
The Mark of the Beast – What Your Church May Not Be Telling You – “… the ‘number’ (arithmos) of the beast does not necessitate the use of mathematics or gammatria to ‘reckon’ (understand) what it is… The word ‘arithmos’ is used a total of 18 times in the NT, and aside from Rev 5:11 when John refers to the number of living beings he witnesses around the throne of God, every other time ‘arithmos’ is used it is always referring to a group of people. This is significant because it therefore means that the Greek text is better understood as ‘the multitude of the beast: for it is the multitude of a man.’ But what multitude of people would that be and what man are they all following? There is nothing in the text telling us that the man referred to here must be someone alive at that specific time or an end-of-days Antichrist. So what and who is John the Revelator referring to? Significantly, as noted above, ‘chi-xi-stigma’ (often translated as ‘666’) closely resembles the Arabic Bismallah, which translates to ‘In The Name Of Allah’. In order to convert to ‘Allah’s’ religion, however, one must recite the Islamic statement of faith, called the Shahada, by declaring that ‘There is no god but Allah, and MOHAMMED is his messenger.’ Without Christ, there can be no Christianity. Likewise, without Mohammed, there can be no Islam. Think about it.” Read more.