Storm Track Infiltration: Australian Muslims Launch Islamist Magazine
The Islamists in
THE hardline Islamist group Hizb ut-Tahrir is poised to launch its first magazine in
Sydneythis week to be distributed on university campuses, sparking concerns the group is ramping up its activities in . Australia
The plan for the publication, called Idialogue, has terrorism experts worried about the potential infiltration of universities by radical groups seeking recruits.
"It is precisely the tactic that Hizb ut-Tahrir used in the
when they wanted to establish a jihadi network," said Carl Ungerer, director of the national security project at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute. UK
Dr Ungerer said the London-based Hizb ut-Tahrir had recruited high-quality graduates from universities as it set itself up in that city.
He said the use of a magazine, which will be sold at a cover price of $3.50, is part of a global trend employed because it is a useful "dissemination device", as well as a revenue-raising exercise.
So the Islamist gets two-for. Spread their poison and make money at the same time to fund their jihad. That’s a reverse of what the financial jihadits do. Raise money from the dumb infidels and then use it to infiltrate their societies to bring them down. The prime example is oil. We give billions of dollars to the sheiks in
Sidney Jones, Jakarta-based terrorism analyst with the International Crisis Group, has warned that members of the Jemaah Islamiah terror group are using publishing as a form of profitable religious outreach.
The role of Hizb ut-Tahrir in the radicalisation of terrorists was revealed last year when four of the seven suspects in the failed terror attacks in
Londonand Glasgowwere linked to a Hizb ut-Tahrir cell in . Cambridge
Hizb ut-Tahrir is a secretive organisation that promotes the destruction of Western civilisation and the overthrow of governments and their replacement by Islamic rule.
The group is banned in Europe,
Chinaand Saudi Arabia, but remains legal in Britainand , actively pushing the idea of Muslim rule. Australia
Great. Doesn’t it cross the minds of the dumb ass Anglo-Saxons there that there might be a reason why the group is banned, in
Five years ago, most Western observers did not consider Hizb ut-Tahrir a serious threat, but the group's influence has grown and it now has branches in about 45 countries.
Although the organisation has twice been investigated by ASIO, not enough evidence has been found to have the group proscribed in
HELLO! The group is banned in Europe and
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