AUSTRALIA’S Homegrown Muslim Teenage Terrorists are not easy to find, and even harder to stop

Don’t expect their Muslim parents to turn them in anytime soon.

Abdullah Elmir, a 17-year-old Australian Muslim who left Sydney to join the Islamic State

Abdullah Elmir, a 17-year-old Australian Muslim who left Sydney to join the Islamic State

Around Australia, there are currently hundreds of Muslims on the counter-terrorism watch list. Police say radicalized young Australian teenagers, who have been educated and raised here, are among that group.

Islam is the only religion in Australia that has a dedicated New South Wales Police Crime Squad (Middle Eastern Crime Squad) entirely dedicated to hunting down its members living in Australia to prevent them from killing Australians and other acts of quran inspired savagery and terrorism. So, just how many teenage Islamic radicals are there in Australia now?

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