A 32 years old Sri Lankan National has stabbed six people in a supermarket.
The unsurprising aspect of this was the individual had posted a plethora of ISIS rants on FaceBook has been under Police watch 24 hours a day 7 days a week since 2016 and had appeared in court in May 2021 for the almost identical charges. He was convicted by Justice Sally Fitzgerald of the charges he was found guilty of and remanded in custody until his sentencing in July.
The New Zealand PM has suppressed his name, probably to protect other terrorists. This was done with the 2019 Brenton Tarrant shootings. (tangentcode)
‘One day I will go back to my country and I will find kiwi scums in my country … and I will show them … what will happen when you mess with S while I’m in their country. If you’re tough in your country … we are tougher in our country scums #payback’
In May 2017, he was arrested at Auckland International Airport after booking a one-way ticket to Singapore.
A subsequent search of his apartment uncovered weapons and images of him posing with an air rifle and hunting knife, the New Zealand Herald reported.
He was held in custody without bail for more than a year and eventually pleaded guilty to distributing restricted material.
A High Court judge sentenced him to supervision in 2018 because of the amount of time he had already spent in prison.
The day after he walked free from prison in 2018, ‘S’ purchased yet another hunting knife. He was arrested again, but was not prosecuted under the liberal country’s terrorism laws, which police, politicians and judicial officials have long criticised as not fit for purpose.
On May 26, 2021, ‘S’ was back in court, where he was acquitted of possessing a graphic video and possession of an offensive weapon, (New Zealand Herald ).
Dead bodies litter the urban streets of Kandahar.
One minute video released through Amaq media showing the looting of an outpost and the subsequent capturing of the soldiers.
Pink Boots Killer
ISIS have resurfaced either in disguise or in small cells possibly acting as mercenaries for Iranian militias.
In recent times the rise of drone attacks have become a concern, particularly to US Forces (here)
“In April, a drone strike targeted a CIA hangar inside the airport complex in the northern city of Irbil, according to officials familiar with the matter. The drone’s flight was tracked to within 10 miles of the site, but its path was then lost as it moved into a civilian flight path, the coalition officials.
The video below is a familiar scenario from 2014 – 2015. The targets are either followed home or given a surprise visit. The attacks are performed by a minimum of attackers capable of exerting extreme violence.
Iraq militia Chief arrested over drone attack of US Base. (here)
Iraqi security forces on Wednesday arrested militia commander Qasim Muslih, the military said, in a move security sources said was linked to attacks on a base that hosts U.S. forces.
Muslih was arrested at dawn and is being questioned on anti-terrorism charges, a military statement said, without giving further details.
Two security sources told Reuters the militia chief was arrested in Baghdad for involvement in several attacks including recent assaults on Ain al-Asad air base, where U.S. and other international forces are housed.
Muslih is the Anbar province head of the Popular Mobilisation Forces (PMF), a grouping of mostly Shi’ite militias backed by Iran, which the United States regards as the biggest threat to security in the Middle East.
Ten minute video showing the IED attack on a group of soldiers and Police. With the same chant audio the fire fight overwhelms the small contingent of soldiers. The audio and editing in this production show a level of production not seen in recent releases.