Jihad training camps in australia documents say that they train people on various Islamic topics that include the holy Qur’an and ‘Jihad’, including the use of weapons, the ability to kill and destroy unbelievers etc.
At least six of the training camps have links to the Saudi military.
There was no independent confirmation of what happened at each of these camps or whether they have links to the Saudi regime.
A ‘Muslim Training Camp’ was established in Australia in 2001 to give Muslims ‘Islamic training in the Middle East’, according to the Sydney Morning Her영천출장마사지 영천안마ald.
There are a total of more than 2,300 ‘Muslim Training Camps’ to be held around the world, according to a 2015 document from the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).
But in the lead up to September 11, 2001, radical Islamic training camps were already being established in Australia, and it is not known who the alleged training camps were targeted at by the US military.
An aerial view taken from a drone shows the Abu Sayyaf Group, a well-funded terrorist group based in Syria and Iraq. They have been attacking local government in the region since 1999, a CAIR report shows. Picture: Alamy
A new Australian r온 카지노eport on the Abu Sayyaf Group, an organization that has been fighting the Australian Government since 1999 and reportedly has links to the Saudi government, shows the group has trained up to 50 fighters in recent years in preparation for a potential attack against the country in the future.
And now they want us all to believe they have trained up to 80 Australians in the next few months in preparation for a possible attack against a “large community”, the report said.
Abu Sayyaf is the name of an Islamic State-linked terrorist group that has waged a battle in Syria and Iraq since 1999 in an attempt to establish an Islamic state in a region where there is a growing presence of other radical Muslim movements.
The report by the Australia-based Institute for Research on Globalisation says the Abu Sayyaf group has been mak제주안마ing its way into the Middle East in a “long-term and planned manner for several years”, and is planning to attack Australia on September 11, which it wants as its first target in Australia.
In a press release this week, CAIR said the Abu Sayyaf group had been able to raise funds by selling cigarettes, handbags and other goods on online markets before the attack.
“This could all have been prevented if the Australian people had bee