October 21, 2021

Ginger Jihadist Threatens West: We Will Conquer White House, Buckingham Palace


The holy war cry is daily from all points across the world.

Obama say, “we have reaffirmed that the United States is not and never will be at war with Islam.”

Indeed. But they are at war with us.

“Australian ISIS Fighter Threatens West: We Will Conquer White House, Buckingham Palace,” MEMRI

Following are excerpts from a video featuring ISIS foreign fighter Abu Khaled from Australia, which was posted on the Internet on October 21, 2014:


Abu Khaled: “This message I deliver to you, the people of America. I deliver this message to you, the people of Britain, and I deliver this message to you, especially, the people of Australia, and I say this about your coalition: You threaten us with this coalition of countries. Bring every nation that you wish to us. Bring every nation that you want to come and fight us. It means nothing to us. Whether it is 50 nations, or 50,000 nations it means nothing to us. Bring your planes, bring everything you want to us, because it will not harm us. Why? Because we have Allah [on our side], and this is something that you do not have.”

A 17-year-old alleged jihadi from Australia vows to raise the ISIS flag over the White House and Buckingham Palace. CNN’s Amy La Porte reports.

“AFP warns terror teen he faces 25 years in jail as brief of evidence is prepared,” By Samantha Maiden, Ben Mclellan, Herald Sun, October 25, 2014


Australian Abdullah Elmir in an IS propaganda video.

TEENAGE jihadist Abdullah Elmir faces a 25-year jail term if he ever returns to Australia.

Australian Federal Police have confirmed they are preparing an evidence brief for the Director of Public Prosecutions over the Islamic State propaganda video the Sydney teenager surfaced in this week.

Dubbed the ginger jihadist, Elmir, 17, taunts Prime Minister Tony Abbott and clutches an assault rifle in the video.

Intelligence agencies are also investigating whether fugitive Australian terrorist Mohamed Elomar is in the video.

MORE: Parents alarmed over IS teen

AFP counterterrorism head Neil Gaughan said if Elmir ever returned to Australia he would face prosecution.

“He has committed an offence because he is basically admitting that he is a member of a proscribed terrorist organisation,’’ he said.

“The fact that he is admitting that he is a member of ISIS, which he does in the video, straight away says that he has committed an offence under the criminal code. That’s up to 25 years imprisonment.”

Family members believe Elmir is now unlikely to ever return to Australia.

Mr Gaughan said the big concern for authorities was the speed of the teenager’s conversion to extremism.

“The fact is that this guy, who for all intents and purposes was a pretty reasonable, sensible young man, has gone from pretty much a moderate Muslim to an extremist with radical views in a very short period of time,’’ Mr Gaughan said. “He was not under investigation by law enforcement authorities. He was not under investigation by the joint counter-terror teams.

“It’s the fact that we are seeing young men being radicalised so quickly that is the issue.”

The father of 17-year-old “Fayez’’, the teenager who travelled overseas with Elmir said this week his son was “back on the right path” and was sitting his HSC exams.

Police are investigating whether fugitive Australian terrorist Mohammed Ali Baryalei was involved in recruiting the teenagers. Baryalei is the alleged mastermind of a foiled plot to kill a member of the public in a terrorist attack.

“We believe there are other people involved in the facilitation (of the attack),” Mr Gaughan said. “I am not going to say who or how.”