Sydney: Man yells, ‘Allahu akhbar!’, kills one, wounds another

August 13, 2019 — Israel National News reports: “The central business district of Sydney was put on lockdown, Tuesday afternoon, after a man allegedly stabbed pedestrians there.

7News reports civilians captured the alleged assailant.

The stabber shouted ‘Allahu akhbar’ and that statement will be taken into consideration during the investigation.

The stabber also shouted that he ‘wants to die’ and asked to be shot.

Footage shows that the stabber was attacked by passersby, one of whom grabbed a chair in an attempt to fight. When he understood that he was under attack by those he had attempted to attack, the attacker escaped the scene, only to be apprehended by the police.

One victim, a young woman stabbed in a hotel, is in stable condition. Another individual whose body was found in a nearby unit, has been declared a victim of the stabbing attack…”  (Killing is rewarded in Islam.  Not only do they receive 72 virgins as righteous and martyred godly men, but what even more shocking is they get to choose 70 relatives and friends to go to heaven.  Their plan of winning the lost is a sick one and against God’s plan which is: “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life” – John 3:16.  See the next report.)

Austria concerned by radical Islamic terrorism

August 16, 2019 — Israel National News reports: “An Austrian intelligence report found that radical Islamic terrorism is still the number one security issue in the country, with returning Islamic State (ISIS) fighters a chief concern, Breitbart reports, citing the Austrian newspaper Kronen Zeitung.

The report, which comes from the Austrian Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BVT), states that returnees from the Middle East are difficult to predict in their actions and pose a danger due to possibly having combat experience acquired overseas.

By the end of last year, the BVT estimates that at least 320 individuals from Austria travelled to fight for radical Islamic terror groups in Syria or Iraq, with 107 likely to have been killed and 93 having returned.

The agency is said to be deploying new methods to tackle the threats posed by radical extremism and laid out a new plan in October of last year based on the prevention of terror attacks and deradicalization of current extremists…”