AUSTRALIA: 14-year-old Muslim boy who shouted “We’re going to kill all you Christians” outside a Christian school in Sydney has been arrested, charged

Muslim jihadists brandishing Islamic State flags terrified churchgoers when they threatened to “kill all the Christians and slaughter their children” as they drove past a Maronite church in Sydney’s west.

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UK Daily Mail  (h/t Eric M) A Muslim teenage boy who screamed death threats against Christians outside a school in Sydney’s west has been charged. The 14-year-old was in the front passenger seat of a red hatchback driven by another man when he allegedly began bellowing abuse outside the Maronite College of the Holy Family in Harris Park on September 16.

The incident occurred two days before NSW and federal police raided a dozen homes in northwestern Sydney to foil an alleged plot to kidnap and behead a member of the public.

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One man, Omarjan Azari, 22, has been charged with conspiracy to prepare for a terrorist attack and has been refused bail, and 15 others arrested are yet to be charged. School principal Sister Margaret Ghosn told Daily Mail Australia the school had taken the threat seriously and had requested security from police. Young people drove past the College twice on Wednesday and made ‘silly noises’, she said. 

‘This is now in the hands of police who are fully investigating. Please do not respond to or circulate any other version of the truth on social media as it creates unnecessary panic.’ (“Unnecessary?” You mean because people are panicked at the thought of getting their heads cut off by Muslims in Australia? How intolerant of them)

The news comes as The Abbott Government prepares to introduce introduces tough new terror laws in the next Parliamentary sittings, which are intended to crack down on any Australians who support the Islamic State.

Khaled Sharrouf, the number one most wanted terrorist in Australia, pictured brandishing the Islamic State flag

Khaled Sharrouf, the number one most wanted Muslim terrorist in Australia, pictured brandishing the Islamic State flag