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2018-11-09 Down Under
One dead after Melbourne knife attack being treated as terrorism - ISIS claims actions of known wolf
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Posted by Bright Pebbles 2018-11-09 04:59|| || Front Page|| [336094 views ]  Top
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#1 Thank you for being on top of this for us, Bright Pebbles.
Posted by trailing wife 2018-11-09 11:35||   2018-11-09 11:35|| Front Page Top

#2 You'd think they don't kick out gimmigrants as that it would show that letting them in is an economic, cultural and social disaster for a country, for everyone except the establishment.
Posted by Bright Pebbles 2018-11-09 12:34||   2018-11-09 12:34|| Front Page Top

#3 More from the Daily Mail link:

The 31-year-old and his family were known to counter-terror agencies at a state and national level and were believed to have ties with north African extremist groups.

Khalif's passport was cancelled several years ago after he was flagged as one of 300 potential security risks.

It was also noted police are unable to get in touch with Khalif's wife, and believe she is both missing and radicalised.

Authorities may be hoping to utilise the state's preventative detention laws for the first time since they came into effect, in which police are legally allowed to detain a suspect for up to seven days should they believe the person poses a threat or security risk, Herald Sun reported.

Khalif moved to Australia from Somalia in the 1990's, Victoria Police commissioner Graham Ashton said, and had a record of 'minor' offences in relation to 'cannabis use, theft and driving offences'.

'He is known to police and is known mainly in respect to relatives he has that are certainly persons of interest.'
Posted by trailing wife 2018-11-09 13:40||   2018-11-09 13:40|| Front Page Top

#4 And PJ Media adds:

According to reports, the man attempted to ram his vehicle with gas cylinders into a tram, which he missed. He then exited the vehicle and threw a device into the car, setting it on fire.
Posted by trailing wife 2018-11-09 14:00||   2018-11-09 14:00|| Front Page Top

#5 Quaint cultural customs coming to a neighborhood near you soon.
Posted by M. Murcek 2018-11-09 14:46||   2018-11-09 14:46|| Front Page Top

#6 Speaking of quaint customs, a bullet to center mass is the traditional Melbourne police way to make a difficult arrest. I thought all that was done away with. Good one.
Posted by Grunter 2018-11-09 17:20||   2018-11-09 17:20|| Front Page Top

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