Home ground terror attacks will become more frequent
Homegrown terrorist attacks like the Parramatta shooting will start to become more frequent in Australia, an alleged jihadi has warned in a chilling Facebook post.
Mehmet Biber, 23, who has returned from the battlefield in Syria and is now living a ‘quiet life’ in Sydney’s west, blamed the Australian government ‘for breeding homegrown extremism’.
He allegedly crossed the Turkish border into Syria with five other men to join the terrorist group Jabhat al-Nusra – from where he has posted photographs of bloodied aid workers injured in fighting.
In one Facebook post, he warned of more terror attacks similar to the one which saw 15-year-old schoolboy Farhad Jabar shoot police accountant Curtis Cheng, the Sydney Morning Herald said.
‘Let the general public know that home ground attacks such as the likes of the one we seen at parramatta will start to become more frequent as the australian government sticks its hands deeper into the blood of the muslims via joint attacks on muslims overseas,’ he posted.
Jabar is believed to have attended Parramatta mosque before carrying out the deadly attack outside a nearby station.
This mosque has been linked to two radical groups, the Street Dawah and The Shura, or Council, according to counter-terrorism expert Professor Greg Barton.
Biber is believed to have become radicalised by one of these groups in Sydney’s west – which has been labelled a ‘hotspot’ for Muslim extremism.
Source: Daily Mail