ISIS savages seen on film rioting in Australia in 2012

Posted by on Oct 02, 2014 at 7:27 am

Two of ISIS’s most bloodthirsty savages, who were pictured holding severed heads in Syria, were caught on film rioting in Australia two years ago, according to a new report.

Khaled Sharrouf and Mohamed Elomar, who fled their native Australia to wage jihad in the Middle East, are seen at the September 2012 riots that took place in Sydney’s Hyde Park, according to The Daily Telegraph.

The two terrorists are pictured standing right next to one another, while a police officer urges the crowd to protest peacefully.

The demonstrations — staged against an anti-Islamic film that was released on YouTube — turned violent as six police officers and 19 protesters were injured in the ensuing riots.

About 15 months after the violent protests, the deadly duo fled Australia to start their jihadist careers, the paper said.

Sharrouf needed to use his brother’s passport to leave the country because his own had been confiscated by authorities.

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One Response to “ISIS savages seen on film rioting in Australia in 2012”

  1. United States of Zimbabwe on 2/02/14 at 3:58 pm

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