G: anyway how r things for you and your family atm?
We still alive
G: alive is best
We think that they r going to do extra
suicidal bombings inside the civilians
To make people not go to the election
But people don’t care about them
G: I have seen the aftermath of that in Homs
G: Double taps
With 2 monkeys terrorists
G: in narrow streets to increase impact
G: where women and children go shopping
The big number they kill is better to them
R u in Australia now ?
U have so many shits there btw
I mean terrorist
I hope u visit Syria after we clean it from
those bastard .. and we can have a coffee
in damascus with huble buble
Australians answer the Syria jihad call
THE number of Australians believed to be fighting in Syria has doubled in less than six months to about 200, and ASIO is concerned that at least 100 are fighting for radical al-Qa’ida offshoot, the al-Nusra Front.
The Weekend Australian understands the Gillard government is preparing to ban al-Nusra, which has emerged as one of the most formidable brigades in the disparate coalition of groups that makes up the Syrian opposition movement.
Senior government sources said last night the listing of al-Nusra as a terrorist organisation under the criminal code was under “active consideration”.