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Australia: Outlaw Bikie Gangs Increasingly Have Muslim Members, Muslim Leadership
That is what one can deduce from the tell-tale names included in the following two news reports from Australia's ABC, courtesy of their police reporter Sean Rubinsztein-Dunlop.
Here is the first.
'Men Refused Bail Over Sydney Bikie Shooting'.
'Two alleged associates of the Hell's Angels gang have been refused bail after facing court over the latest shooting in Sydney's bikie war.
'Security guard Fardin Hashemi applied for bail in Parramatta Local Court this morning.
'Security guard'. Who was he 'guarding'? A Muslim or a non-Muslim establishment? Just how many Muslims, in Australia and elsewhere, have gotten jobs as 'security guards'? And does that make those of us who know what Islam is, and what Islam teaches, the atmospherics and attitudes soaked up by even its more nominal adherents (who may at any moment cease to become nominal and become fiercely active) feel particularly secure? - CM
'Detectives say the 22 year old is one of two junior associates of the Hells Angels who opened fire on a unit block in the city's west at Merrylands early on Monday morning.
'Police documents tendered to the court say the bullets came within metres of an innocent couple, who were forced to dive from their bed for safety.
'Hashemi's lawyer told the court his client had no prior convictions and was willing to be kept under 24 hour surveillance.
'But the magistrate still refused bail, saying the case against Hashemi was strong, with a bullet found at his home matching those found at the crime scene and in an abandoned getaway car.
'Fingerprints matched to Hashemi and his alleged accomplice, 20 year old Mohammad Qais Niazy, have also allegedly been found on the car.
'Qias Niazy faced Fairfield Local Court on Tuesday morning, but did not apply for bail.
'Police say the men had orders to target a former tenant at the unit block who had links to the rival Nomads gang.
'Detectives say they tracked the men down from the fingerprints in the getaway car.
'Officers chased the car to an industrial complex after the shooting, where it was abandoned by the men after a collision.
'Two senior Hells Angels were charged with separate offences over the weekend, but police concede they are still a long way from ending the gang's war with the Nomads...".
And the second,
'Sydney Bikies Targeted in Dawn Raids'
'Police investigating Sydney's bikie gun war have raided a number of properties linked to the Hells Angels and Nomads gangs, including the home of former bikie boss Sam Ibrahim.
'Sam' is a nickname. His real first name, if I recall correctly, is Hassan. - CM
'Two men have been arrested and detectives say they will be charged with gun and drug offences and with hindering police during the operation.
'Police say they also seized drugs, two guns, banned weapons, steroids and bikie clothing and paraphernalia.
'Officers from Strike Force Kinnarra started swooping on the properties at dawn.
'Eighteen addresses across Sydney have been raided. The homes of senior Hells Angels Mahmoud Dib and Jeffrey Sahyoun (I suspect the 'Jeffrey' to be an assumed name, not the one his parents originally gave him - CM) are amongst them.
The picture that went with the article was captioned: 'police enter a home in Auburn during the raids'. Auburn, in south-western Sydney, is probably the most heavily-Islamised district or suburb in the whole of Australia. - CM
'Police say the pair's families were targeted in drive-by attacks on their homes last week.
Just what we need: outlaw bikie turf wars combined with or else morphing into Mohammedan clan feuds. - CM
'The Bella Vista home of former Nomads boss Sam Ibrahim has also been searched, as has the home of Mr Ibrahim's cousin Sleiman Tajjour.
'Mr Ibrahim's three-storey house was peppered with bullets a week ago.
'The shootings were among eight tit-for-tat attacks in a week, which police say were part of a turf war between the Hells Angels (which, as we can see, has been infiltrated by Muslims - CM) and the Nomads (which has also been infiltrated by Muslims - CM) over drugs and membership.
'The attacks also targeted other senior bikies, associates and tattoo parlours.
'More than 160 police have been involved in the raids across the city's west and north-west.
'The acting commander of State Crime Command Mal Lanyon says more bikies can expect to be charged.
"(The raids) are a very significant step into progressing our investigation, certainly in preventing violence, and shows NSW Police is incredibly serious about stopping the violence", he said...
Ceasing the importation of Muslims - given their abundantly demonstrated tendency to be involved in organised crime, their worrisome infiltration into and probable eventual takeover of criminal/ outlaw bikie gangs, and their ceaseless violent feuding among themselves, not to mention their cult's deeply-rooted and constantly-inculcated hatred of and aggression toward non-Muslims- into Australia would also do a lot to reduce the levels of violence and organised crime now being experienced in parts of Sydney and Melbourne and spilling over into the rest of the country. - CM