Of course, the uptick in forest fires in non-Muslim countries has been blamed on so-called ‘Global Warming.’ But why hasn’t there been more focus on the wildfire threats against the West issued by al-Qaeda jihadist groups for the past several years?
Australia has had many horrific brush fires, or bushfires as they are called in Australia, that have devastated the country before causing millions of dollars in damage and death of many people. They are some of the worst disasters in Australian history because Australia has a large bush and wooded area.
White Muslim convert, Adnan Karabegovic, often use Al-Qaeda terrorist magazine called ‘Inspire,’ for instructions on how to how to make bombs or how to start brush fires or bush fires bushfires to devastate Australia, which apparently was Adnan’s goal. Articles in six issues of the magazine in Mr Karabegovic’s possession focused on handgun training, poisoning water supplies, making a bomb that would ignite a bushfire and a list of countries at war with Muslims.
Just this week Canadian news has reported that white converts to Islam were behind terrorist attacks in Africa and North African areas. One of the accused terrorist had instructional material on how to make a remote control bomb that would ignite a bushfire in Australia, a court has heard.
Adnan Karabegovic, 24, of Officer, appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday on six counts of collecting documents connected with a terrorist act and six counts of possessing documents connected to a terrorist act.