Sunday, 23 December 2012

Another bright day in multicultural Sydney

Andrew Bolt,Herald Sun (Australia)
"A news roundup from today’s Sydney Morning Herald, giving another bracing insight into the success of our immigration program. ..... It’s a question many south-west Sydney communities are grappling with as the gang founded by the murderer Bassam Hamzy attempts to flex its muscles in Sydney again. ...... With shootings and gun crime reaching fever pitch, the group’s insignia of two crossed AK47 machine guns has appeared at crime scenes with increasing regularity. .....In October, Yehya Amoud was shot dead as he and a friend, Bassam Hijazi, sat on Greenacre Road in an expensive Mercedes that bore the number plate ‘’B F L’’. And in August, a 16-year-old boy was shot in the leg in a driveway scrawled with ‘’Brothers 4 Life’’ graffiti. .......The Lakemba Mosque had posted the religious ruling or ‘fatwa’ on its Facebook page on Saturday morning, warning followers it was a “sin” to even wish people a Merry Christmas."
Shot man refuses to assist police (Telegraph,Australia)- "The attack follows a number of shootings in western Sydney in recent weeks and six shooting murders in the area since August."

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