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Sydney Muslin protests

PostPosted: Tue Sep 18, 2012 9:43 pm
by sledge
Over the weekend here in Sydney we had some violent Muslim protests in relation to that anti-Islamic film circulating the world. Quite shocking and the police are hinting down the ringleaders and those incite others to violently protest in which police were bashed and property destroyed.

A teenager has become the eighth person charged over the violent protest in central Sydney at the weekend.

Police have been examining security camera footage and other evidence since the violent protest against an anti-Islamic film on Saturday afternoon.

Late last night they raided a home at Greenacre, in Sydney's south-west, then arrested a 17-year-old boy in nearby Punchbowl soon after.

He has been charged with two counts of assaulting police over an incident outside the American Consulate where two officers were hit with a wooden pole from a banner.

Superintendent Mark Walton says an Australian Federal Police protection officer was left with a head wound.

"I'm told he's in good spirits, however he remains recovering at home at this time," he said.

Police say they have seized items of clothing from the Greenacre home for forensic analysis.

The boy has been released on bail to face court next month.

So far seven other men have been charged over the violence.

Superintendent Walton says police are pouring through hours of footage an expect to make more arrests.

"It's quite and extensive task to pull all that material together, identify anyone that's been involved in offences - and thereafter identify them - and commence the phase of arresting them and putting them before the court, " he said.

Superintendent Walton says he has not seen evidence that the weekend's violence was triggered by a text message.

"I have not seen a text message or a message that actually is inciteful in its nature," he said.

"There are some messages there that ask for a gathering and I have not seen anything that escalates beyond that."

Muslim leaders have called for calm and for any further protests over the film to be abandoned, even if they are intended to be peaceful.


Re: Sydney Muslin protests

PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2012 2:16 pm
by Quicksilver
Should NEVER have allowed the ragheads in Oz!!!

:uzi: :protest:
:uzi: :sneaky:
:uzi: :blah2:

Re: Sydney Muslin protests

PostPosted: Sun Oct 07, 2012 9:35 pm
by sledge
Personally I don't have problem with Muslins but those extreme radicals inciting others to revolt and telling others to commit jihad should be banned. They Already in entrenched in Britain that's why they had the bombings in 2005 and still they are protesting. I think its an insult to live another country and tell others how they should live and worship and if you don't then they believe they should kill us. :bs:

That film is an excuse to commit these revolts around the world.

I see this becoming a major problems if governments don't tale action before they tale over and countries like Britain become a muslin dominated country and could happen here in Australia.

Re: Sydney Muslin protests

PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 2:01 pm
by Quicksilver
Quicksilver wrote:Should NEVER have allowed the ragheads in Oz!!!

:uzi: :protest:
:uzi: :sneaky:
:uzi: :blah2:

The same should be said for Britain and the USA. They are breeding 8.9 moslem kids per woman in Britain, to take over by the easier than military, conquest by over-breeding in a world already 8 times grossly overpopulated. They indoctrinate them young to keep them faithful to the world domination goal. From the lying with their tradition of Taquiyya to their belief in 72 virgins in heaven if they die for islam, it is a terrible and dangerous cult. Religion of peace---my ass!!!
They'll breed the world into starvation, themselves included.
:goodpost: :guitar1: :uzi: