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IS-supporting terrorists get 22 years for firebombing Melbourne mosque
From the Sydney Morning Herald
Two men who firebombed a Melbourne mosque in the name of Islamic State have each been jailed for 22 years for terrorism offences.
Abdullah Chaarani and Ahmed Mohamed must serve at least 17 years in prison for their roles in destroying the Imam Ali Islamic Centre in Fawkner (Shia mosque - wrong sort of Muslims) by fire in the early hours on December 11, 2016, and for an unsuccessful attempt 16 days earlier. A third man, Hatim Moukhaiber, was jailed for 16 years for his role in the attack and must serve at least 12 years before he is eligible for parole.
Chaarani, 28, and Mohamed, 26, are still to be sentenced for their roles in a wider terrorism scheme, over a jihad-inspired plot to inflict mass casualties during attacks on Melbourne landmarks (infidels - the wrong sort of human beings altogether) around Christmas 2016.