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Posted 3/14/2017 12:41 PM


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Saudi Arabian King Salman's nine-day trip to Indonesia is a worry for Australia.

A parallel universe exists just 200 kilometres from Australia's shores. It's otherwise known as Indonesia. A remarkable event that you haven't heard about has just taken place there.

It was the subject of minute-by-minute, wall-to-wall TV coverage in Indonesia and the cause of great excitement, but it was near invisible in Australia's media. 

For the first time in 47 years, the king of Saudi Arabia visited. It was "unparalleled in modern times" according to the South China Morning Post's David Dodwell.

King Salman travelled with seven ministers, 19 princes of the House of Saud, a total retinue of 1500 people and 460 tonnes of gear delivered by 27 cargo planes. It included tonnes of halal food, the most expensive car ever seen in Indonesia and other essentials such as two gold-coloured, portable escalators so the 81-year old monarch could descend effortlessly from his personal jet. 

Saudi king reported to be taking 459 tonnes of luggage on trip to Indonesia

When he stopped over in Bali for some recreation after a stressful trip, his party booked out four five-star resorts. Ecstatic crowds greeted him wherever he travelled in Indonesia. 

"The sheer extravagance completely awestruck his Indonesian audiences," reports ANU Indonesia expert Greg Fealy, who was in Jakarta. "All this stuff to show that expense was no object."

Saudi Arabian King Salman's nine-day trip to Indonesia is a worry for Australia.

Saudi king calls for Muslim unity

A parallel universe exists just 200 kilometres from Australia's shores. It's otherwise known as Indonesia. A remarkable event that you haven't heard about has just taken place there.

It was the subject of minute-by-minute, wall-to-wall TV coverage in Indonesia and the cause of great excitement, but it was near invisible in Australia's media. 

For the first time in 47 years, the king of Saudi Arabia visited. It was "unparalleled in modern times" according to the South China Morning Post's David Dodwell.

King Salman travelled with seven ministers, 19 princes of the House of Saud, a total retinue of 1500 people and 460 tonnes of gear delivered by 27 cargo planes. It included tonnes of halal food, the most expensive car ever seen in Indonesia and other essentials such as two gold-coloured, portable escalators so the 81-year old monarch could descend effortlessly from his personal jet. 

Saudi king reported to be taking 459 tonnes of luggage on trip to Indonesia

When he stopped over in Bali for some recreation after a stressful trip, his party booked out four five-star resorts. Ecstatic crowds greeted him wherever he travelled in Indonesia. 

"The sheer extravagance completely awestruck his Indonesian audiences," reports ANU Indonesia expert Greg Fealy, who was in Jakarta. "All this stuff to show that expense was no object."

The visit had the desired effect. It so dazzled Indonesians that the country was struck by "a sudden amnesia", according to Fealy. All grudges, tensions and complaints seemed to be forgotten. "There was almost no critical commentary" in the Indonesian media, he reports.

The king is the custodian of the holy Muslim cities of Mecca and Medina, the places that devout Muslims hope to visit on pilgrimage before they die. And Indonesia, of course, is the world's biggest   

Indonesia's President was happy to romanticise the visit, completely overlooking the contrast between Indonesia, one of the world's greatest democratic success Muslim-majority nation.


"We have special ties with Saudi Arabia," said Joko Widodo, known universally as Jokowi, "united by Islam and brotherhood." Except that the countries' differences over Islam may be almost as great as their commonalities.

Indonesia's state ideology of pancasila specifically guarantees religious pluralism. Its traditional form of worship is relaxed and tolerant. Indonesian Islam is redolent with "all the flavours it had picked up while stewing for centuries in the rich cultures of the islands," as journalist Elizabeth Pisani puts it.

Saudi Arabia, by contrast, is the very definition of religious intolerance. Muslims who renounce Islam are executed. Its Salafist-Wahhabist official religion is a "brand of ultraconservative Islam [that] is nearly identical to that of the Islamic State," says William McCants, author of The ISIS Apocalypse.

The two are so similar that when the so-called Islamic State was looking for textbooks for schoolchildren in Syria, it printed copies of official Saudi textbooks it found online.

The barbaric punishments that Daesh hands out are the same as Saudi Arabia's religious penalties – death for homosexual acts, death by stoning for adultery, amputation of a hand for stealing, and so on.

And the Saudis think it's so good that they're busy exporting their religious ideology. 


Professor Brahma Chellany of the Centre for Policy Research in New Delhi estimates that since the 1970s, Saudi Arabia has spent over $US200 billion ($266 billion) on "its global jihad project, including funding Wahhabi madrassas [Islamic schools], mosques, clerics and books."

Indonesia is one of the prime targets for the Saudi missionary project: "Wahhabist money going into Indonesia is one of the things that has started to undercut the traditional accommodating and syncretist view of Islam in Indonesia," says Allan Gyngell, former head of Australia's peak intelligence body, the Office of National Assessments, and former head of the Lowy Institute.


"In fact, it's been a far more dangerous trend, I think, than some of the things that have received more publicity, like some of the extremist groups such as al-Qaeda."

How? "These groups are very important in their own right, but the money going into the madrassas has been undercutting the foundation of Indonesian Islam, helping to reshape the conventional approaches to Islam in Indonesia. Young people won't turn out extremist, but they will have a more puritanical, less accommodating view of Islam. It is undermining pancasila, the thing that, from the beginning, has kept Indonesia together and been profoundly beneficial to Australia."

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Posted 3/14/2017 12:44 PM


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King Salman announced $US1 billion in social aid for Indonesia, including money for schools, and a $US6 billion injection into Indonesia's state-owned oil firm. He announced unlimited flights between the two countries. His most popular gift, however, was an extra 50,000 places a year for Indonesian pilgrims making the hajj to Mecca and Medina.    

The Saudis have been pressing for the tripling of the size of their Wahhabist university in Indonesia, which offers free tuition, and it is expected that Jakarta, reluctantly, will agree.

In the face of the Saudis' relentless, pernicious proselytising, what has Australia done? Cut its aid funding for Indonesian schools and more than halved the number of scholarships it offers to Indonesians to study in Australia. 

Canberra needs to do a lot more than just revisit these cuts. Together with like-minded nations, it should work with the Indonesian government and institutions like the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank to put together a long-term program to help Jakarta fund quality schools and universities. 

Indonesia is one of the Islamic world's greatest success stories. To leave its future to the influence of Riyadh would put our biggest neighbour in the hands of one of the Islamic world's most dangerous dead-ends.


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Markets will fluctuate, and blood will flow in Chaosistan. Australia will need it's own wall, a navy wall.

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ISIL after Mosul: Insurgency and rivalry

As the battle for Mosul reaches its final stages, what we are witnessing is ISIL's transformation, not its demise.

 http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2017/03/isil-mosul-insurgency-rivalry-170319081646052.html



'In Syria, for example, al-Qaeda has been a dominant presence within the armed opposition, operating officially under the banner of Jabhat al-Nusra until July 2016, and unofficially as Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS) since.

Its leaders aim at a genuine grassroots insurgency, and have sought to gradually assimilate into Syrian society.

At the same time, however, JFS is on the verge of open conflict with another Islamist faction, Ahrar al-Sham.

OPINION: Time to tackle ISIL's millions of sympathisers?

In January 2017, JFS spearheaded an alliance with smaller Salafist groups , known as Hay'et Tahrir al-Sham, making it a formidable player in the country's northwest.

Ahrar al-Sham, with its more moderate, nationalist orientation has itself taken in a number of smaller factions seeking protection from JFS, and tensions have now reached fever-pitch in Idlib, the last rebel-held province.

At the heart of these divisions is the peace process with the regime, a stepped-up drone campaign against JFS, and a blame game over the fall of Aleppo. The introduction into this mix of retreating ISIL elements could prove explosive.

The African dimension'.....




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Saudi vows new Islamic alliance 'will wipe terrorists from the earth'



by Anuj Chopra
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Riyadh (AFP) - Saudi Arabia's crown prince vowed to "pursue terrorists until they are wiped from the face of the earth" as officials from 40 Muslim countries gathered Sunday in the first meeting of an Islamic counter-terrorism alliance.

"In past years, terrorism has been functioning in all of our countries... with no coordination" among national authorities, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who is also Saudi defence minister, said in his keynote address to the gathering in Riyadh.

"This ends today, with this alliance."

The summit is the first meeting of defence ministers and other senior officials from the Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition, which officially counts 41 countries and identifies as a "pan-Islamic unified front" against violent extremism.

The alliance was announced in 2015 under the auspices of Prince Mohammed, whose rapid ascent since his appointment as heir to the throne in June has shaken the political scene across the region.

Sunday's meeting comes as several military coalitions, including key Saudi ally the United States, battle to push the Islamic State group from its last remaining bastions in Iraq and Syria.

The alliance groups largely, although not exclusively, Sunni-majority or Sunni-ruled countries.

It excludes Saudi Arabia's arch-rival, Shiite-dominated Iran, as well as Syria and Iraq, whose leaders have close ties to Tehran.

Sunday's meeting coincides with an escalation in tensions between Riyadh and Tehran, particularly over wars in Syria and Yemen and the political structure of multi-confessional Lebanon.

Saudi Arabia accuses Iran of supporting armed groups across the Middle East, including Lebanon's Shiite Hezbollah and Yemen's Huthi rebels.

"The pillar of this coalition is inclusion," said Saudi General Abdulelah al-Saleh, the alliance's acting secretary general, playing down the exclusion of the three countries.

"Our common enemy is terrorism, not any religion, sect or race."

The alliance meeting in Riyadh brings together Muslim or Muslim-majority nations including Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Afghanistan, Uganda, Somalia, Mauritania, Lebanon, Libya, Yemen and Turkey.

- 'Distorted image of Islam' -

Retired Pakistani general Raheel Sharif, who has been appointed commander-in-chief, also insisted that the coalition was not against any religion or state.

The alliance aims to "mobilise and coordinate the use of resources, facilitate the exchange of information and help member countries build their own counter-terrorism capacity," Sharif said.

While the alliance officially includes Qatar, which is the target of a six-month boycott led by Saudi Arabia, organisers in Riyadh said no Qatari officials were present at the meeting.

Qatar's flag was also absent. not good

Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain abruptly cut diplomatic and trade ties with Qatar in June, accusing the emirate of being too close to Iran and supporting Islamist extremism.

Doha denies the allegations.

Egypt, which sent a military official and not its defence minister to Sunday's meeting, is reeling from a Friday attack on a mosque that killed more than 300 people during prayer time.

While IS has not claimed responsibility, Egyptian authorities say the organisation is the main suspect as the mosque is associated with followers of the mystical Sufi branch of Sunni Islam, whom IS has branded heretics.

Prince Mohammed said Friday's "painful event" was a reminder of the "danger of terrorism and extremism".

"Beyond the killing of innocent people and the spread of hatred, terrorism and extremism distort the image of our religion," he said.

Since his sudden appointment as crown prince, Prince Mohammed has moved to consolidate power, announcing crackdowns on both terrorism and corruption.

A corruption purge saw around 200 members of the Saudi elite including princes, ministers and business tycoons arrested or sacked earlier this month.



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Since his sudden appointment as crown prince, Prince Mohammed has moved to consolidate power, announcing crackdowns on both terrorism and corruption.

A corruption purge saw around 200 members of the Saudi elite including princes, ministers and business tycoons arrested or sacked earlier this month.

Might turn out to be a good thing, only time will tell. In the meantime, you Aussies have no method of self defense, having been forced to give up your guns.

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In the meantime, you Aussies have no method of self defense, having been forced to give up your guns


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Like Canada, we don't need specific types of guns. Machine and military grade guns, AKA 47's, automatic or semi's of civilians in the cities, only just our farmers. They use semi's.

Police reveal details of alleged New Year’s Eve terror plot
A “QUIET guy” from Melbourne’s outer suburbs wanted to “shoot and kill as many people as possible” on New Year’s Eve, a court has heard.



AN Islamic State sympathiser planned to buy a gun and kill as many revellers as possible on New Year’s Eve in Melbourne, police alleged Tuesday after foiling the plot.
Ali Ali, born in Australia to Somali parents, was arrested in a raid on a house in the Melbourne suburb of Werribee on Monday.
He appeared in court Tuesday charged with preparing to commit a terrorist attack and collecting documents to facilitate a terror attack. No bail was applied for.
Police claim the 20-year-old accessed a guide book online produced by Al-Qaeda on how to carry out terror acts and use firearms, but was arrested before he could purchase an automatic rifle.
“What we will be alleging is that he was intending to use a firearm to shoot and kill as many people as he could in the Federation Square area on New Year’s Eve,” said Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Shane Patton.
“It is a tremendous concern to us that (during) the festive season, when people are out enjoying themselves, that there is a potential plot to commit a terrorist act.
“That is a huge issue for us but that is why we put the resources in.” Federation Square is in the heart of the city, opposite a busy train station and St Paul’s Cathedral.

It is one of the most popular places to see-in the new year and would be packed on December 31.
The alleged plot comes a year after police prevented what they said was another attack in the same area on Christmas Day, arresting several men who planned to use explosives, knives and guns to target the location.

Patton said Ali, who lives with his parents, had been on their radar since the beginning of the year, part of a small community of extremists that police have been monitoring.

His behaviour had gradually escalated over time, but police believe he was acting alone.

“The potential of the attack was catastrophic,” said Patton, adding that the man was an “Islamic State sympathiser”.
A person who knows Ali told the Melbourne Herald Sun:

“He is a very quiet guy.

This is an absolute shock.” Justice Minister Michael Keenan said the fact that the Christmas — New Year period was again a target “reminds us of the depravity of terrorists”.

“They seek to strike fear in the community when Australians are enjoying time over the Christmas period with their families and friends,” he said, adding that there would be high-profile policing over the holiday period.

Australian officials have grown increasingly concerned over the threat of extremist attacks, raising the national terror alert level to “probable” in September 2014.

Since then, 74 people have been arrested in 347 counter-terror investigations.

Authorities say 14 attacks have now been prevented in the past few years, including an IS-directed attempt to bring down a plane using poisonous gas or a crude bomb disguised as a meat mincer.

Despite this, several attacks have taken place, including a cafe siege in Sydney in 2014 where two hostages were killed.

We have shootings but they only involve between 1 to 4 people being shot. Rearly if ever, a semi automatic or automatic guns are used.

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@Skyhawk-N29DM.

Many Australia's don't feel the need to own guns. I live in an area of low income earners.

The above article about the arrest of the Islamic fundamentalist wanting to get a hold of a semi to conduct a massacre on NYE is one such example of how we protect our selfs in Australia. Unlike large parts of the US our police are not forced to only look at crime being planned or commited within/ confinded to specific jurisdictions.

The islamist was based in an another state which is 30hr drive away.

Ibrahim bodyguard shot in Western Sydney
30 min drive away from my parents house



Girl dies after being shot in neck at home in Lalor Park, in Sydney's west (Stupid cause of adults being on alcohol or drugs at the time the child got a hold of the hand gun)10 min drive away from my parents house

Sydney statsPolice respond to fatal shooting in western Sydney


Man charged over Sydney shooting

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