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Australians Mourn, Police Overreact, Amrozzi laughs

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Malabar BeachYesterday, families of the Sydney victims of the Bali bombings on 12/10/2002, gathered at places near where the victims had lived before their lives were violently cut short. They gathered at Coogee’s Dolphin Park and at Cromwell Park at Malabar Beach in silent remembrance of the innocent victims of Islamic brutality. Hannah Singer was 14 when she lost her brother Peter and local resident Mike Buchan lost 4 members in the Islamic blood bath.

Local surfie groupies, known as the ‘Bra boys’ came to join in at the memorial and give silent support.  Because some members of the group were in some scrapes with the law in the past, police also decided to come in droves. .This was totally unnecessary. Nothing warranted the heavy presence and it would have been obvious to all but the mentally challenged that the Bra Boys were there to give support to the local community to whom they are well known.   
UP to 40 police and the riot squad were called to a Bali bombing memorial in Sydney when notorious Bra Boys gang members turned up. Up to 300 people had gathered at Cromwell Park, alongside Malabar Beach, about 1pm (AEDT) yesterday for the annual picnic event to remember the 10 victims from the Eastern Suburbs community who died in the 2002 attack.  But when members of the Bra Boys arrived about 4pm, police responded with a strong presence. (source)
The police presence was an overreaction. There is understandably an immense outpouring of grief in the Police overreactedaftermath of the Bali bombings and time and space is needed for these wounded people to put together their lives again. People who were there were disgusted at the police presence and the police by now would be aware of the local antipathy to their reaction. Perhaps they will not overreact like this again in a hurry.

Tracey North, who lost six friends in the attack, said the Bra Boys were at the memorial to join the grieving families. "They were here to pay their respects," she said. "We all lost close friends in the attack, so did some of those boys, "They were sitting on the hill, they weren't causing any trouble. "For the police to come down here on a family day like this is disgusting." (source)
If the group had been a Muslim one and were celebrating Eid or involved in some ‘cultural’ event, would the police have turned up in such a heavy presence?  They would have trodden on eggshells and done sensitivity training seminars before venturing out. While they deal with individual criminals from the Middle East, whose violent crimes they cannot ignore – such as drive by shootings, murder and violence – when it comes to group cultural events, they tread very carefully. So why the heavy handed – unwarranted – response to the  Sydney community’s Bali memorials? Just to send a message? The message that ‘no extremism will be tolerated’? However, who perpetrates the vast majority of the killing of innocent citizens through terrorism in our day? It does not take long to answer that question.

Meanwhile Indonesian supporter of the Bali bombers, just to add his psychopathic touch to current affairs, Abu Bakar Bashir has formed a new jihad group and has promised paradise to the bombers on death row:

THE Bali bombers will receive special treatment in paradise after their execution, the radical cleric and former spiritual leader of Jemaah Islamiah, Abu Bakar Bashir told the Herald. He made the comments as he outlined details of his new jihadi organisation, on the eve of yesterday's sixth anniversary of the bombings, which killed 202 people, including 88 Australians. Dubbed Jamaah Ansharut Tauhid, or "partisans of the oneness of God", the group was launched last month at a ceremony in Bekasi on Jakarta's outskirts attended by throngs of followers…The death-row bombers Imam Samudra, Mukhlas and Amrozi appeared before the press less than two weeks ago, laughing and completely unrepentant. Bashir says he remains in contact with the men and maintains that the larger of the Kuta bombs was a micro-nuclear device planted by the CIA. (source)
Amrozi and Bashir
Abu Bakar Bashir has formed a new jihad group and has promised paradise to the bombers on death row

Apart from the horror of these Muslim killers gloating in their acts of violence, Bashir’s words and new organisation surely constitute a terrorist act – requiring some action from the Indonesian government. Not to mention condemnation from Waleed Aly, Sheik Hilali, Keysar Trad and other local Islamic luminaries who say they care about Australia. They could show their care by condemning the words of heartlessness, brutality and indifference of Muslims living close to Australia – like Amrozzi, Bashir and others. It would be an apt gesture, especially on the anniversary of the Bali bombings.  But so far, all we get from them is silence…

Meanwhile in Australia, many victims mourn their fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, family and friends who were murdered by Muslims in Bali.
Last Updated on Monday, 13 October 2008 04:22  

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