Mohammed Elomar. Photo: Facebook
Australian Islamic extremists fighting in Iraq and Syria have again issued threats over social media.
Australian jihadists Mohamed Elomar and Khaled Sharrouf took aim at Australian soldiers serving in the middle East, Fairfax Media reported.
Elomar, a former boxer from Sydney, tweeted a photo of an Iraqi soldier apparently held hostage and beaten prior to execution. The caption read: “Look at the end of these Iraqi maliki dogs bunch of girls can’t wait to see a Australia soldier crying [sic] saying bakia.”
According to the report, ‘bakia’ means ‘he cries’ in Arabic and ‘maliki’ is used to describe the Shiite-led Nouri al-Maliki government.
Sharrouf responded to the tweet: “Allah… says ‘kill them where ever you find them’… terrorise the enemies of Allah.”
These threats come just days after the Australian Government expressed concern over the number of Australians who travel…
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