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Australian Terrorist

Omarjan Azari -Photo / NSW Police


Next time someone complains to you about spying say, Omarjan Azari.
Next time someone criticizes our government for using the GCSB, say Omarjan Azari
Next time someone accuses our government of mass surveillance, say Omarjan Azari


Australian’s in Sydney will be thanking their lucky stars that they have a government that cares enough about their safety to use surveillance.

The 22-year-old Sydney man arrested in the nation’s largest counter-terrorism operation allegedly conspired with Australia’s most senior Islamist militant to launch a deadly attack on a random passerby, court documents show.

According to the documents, police intercepted a phone call between the arrested Omarjan Azari and Mohammad Ali Baryalei – who is alleged to have recruited half of the 60 Australians fighting in the Middle East – two days ago.

The account said Baryalei ordered him to carry out an attack which Sydney Central Local Court heard was “clearly designed to shock, horror and terrify the community”.


Police Prosecutor Michael Allnutt told the court that Azari had made a threat during a phone call a few days ago which involved a “random selection of persons to execute”.

Azari, who has dark hair, a beard and moustache, had displayed “an unusual level of fanaticism” in the call, which was intercepted by police.


The court appearance followed a series of pre-dawn raids that saw 25 search warrants executed across Sydney’s northwest, as well as a series of raids in three suburbs in Brisbane.

“Police believe that this group that we have executed this operation on today had the intention, and had started to carry out planning, to commit violent acts here in Australia,” AFP Acting Commissioner Andrew Colvin told reporters in Sydney.

“Those violent acts particularly related to random acts against members of the public.”

Beheaded on camera

Police sources revealed more details to Daily Mail Australia, that the plot involved abducting a member of the public in Sydney and beheading them. ABC reported that the abducted member of the public would be draped in an Islamic State flag and beheaded on camera.

Channel Seven reports that the random beheading would have been carried out in the streets of Martin Place in Sydney’s CBD.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott confirmed that he was briefed on the anti-terror operation on Wednesday night.

He said a senior Australian ISIL member has asked supporters in Australia to carry out “demonstration killings“.

“That’s the intelligence we’ve received. That exhortations, quite direct exhortations, were coming from an Australian who is apparently quite senior in ISIL to networks of supporters in Australia to direct demonstration killings in Australia. This is not just suspicion this is in intent,” Mr Abbott said.

Mr Abbott said the information he has received shows Australia is at a “serious risk” from a terrorist attack.

‘There are networks of people here in Australia who will do us harm and it’s very important that we are one step ahead of them and I think this morning we were,’ he added.

This is why we have the GCSB.

It is their purpose to PROTECT New Zealand from those who would harm its people and its way of life. The Terrorists are already living amongst us.


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