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Australian police say they disrupted bomb plot In Melbourne
Cat : Terrorism
Date : 10/05/2015                      Reader : 62

H.D.A : As Australia is an active leader in fighting for ISIS being Security of Israel Inteligence Service  (see video),then we doubt such manipulated terrorism!!Westerns are so clever in industrializing terrorism in name of Islam all over the globe!!Westerns leading terrorism are US,UK,France,Canada,with others associated in alliance to  defend ISIS IN IRAQ!!

 

 

 lasvegassun         9-5-2015

 

Australian police say they disrupted bomb plot In Melbourne

 

 

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Police say they have arrested a 17-year-old suspected terrorist and disrupted a plot to detonate three homemade bombs in the Australian city of Melbourne.

 

 
Australian Federal Police Deputy Commissioner Mike Phelan said on Saturday the teen was arrested on Friday afternoon at his home in the upmarket suburb of Greenvale where the explosive devises were found. The bomb squad destroyed the bombs.

The suspect will appear in the Melbourne Children's Court on Monday on terrorism charges. His identity cannot be revealed for legal reasons.

Phelan says there is no further threat from the suspect or his colleagues to the people of Melbourne.

Police did not know when or where the bombs were to be detonated, but say the plot was to be executed soon.


 
 
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