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Sydney’s violent wild, wild west

SHOOTINGS, extortion and general violence is so out of control in south-west Sydney that residents and children are seeking medical help for post-traumatic stress disorders.

Gangs from opposing religious sects are also extorting money from restaurants in the area with at least three premises fire-bombed or shot at in the past few weeks.

Police have confirmed they have set up a special taskforce to investigate the shootings.

“There are a number of shooting incidents at restaurants in the Bankstown area we are looking at,” said Detective Superintendent Debbie Wallace, head of the Middle Eastern Crime Squad.

“Victims of these types of crimes are very reluctant to come forward, naturally because of the fear,” Supt Wallace said.

She confirmed that in some cases religion is used by those making the threats.

“We need people to come forward and tell us before we can take action.”

Earlier this year police arrested three men on blackmail offences after they allegedly used threats to force the owner of Juicylicious in Bankstown to sell his business well under market the market price.

“If people report threats then we can investigate them and also protect them.”

One group made up of Muslim men contacts restaurant owners and says they “don’t want their type” – a Shia – operating in the area and try to intimidate them into handing over their business.

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2 Responses

  1. “There’s still a tendency to see these things in Sunni-Shia terms. But the Middle East is going to have to overcome that.” Condoleezza Rice

    This quote is probably most demonstrative of the total ineptitude Western politicians display with regards to Islam as a subject they should gain the necessary knowledge of. And hence, it is quoted time and time again on Jihadwatch, among others, to satirize when the Shia-Sunni conflict is rearing its ugly head. Now, a while back, some Salafi-oriented Sunni tried to set a Shia mosque in Belgium ablaze, which killed a Shia cleric, and this made me hypothesize that the Shia-Sunni divide is going to surface systematically in the West as well.

    Which proves, that basing your opinion on facts will prove you right, adhering to wishful thinking is going to prove you wrong. How much faith and confidence do we need to have in politicians and their self-professed astuteness, if this is the result ?

    1. Anushirvan, spot on analysis. We have far too many ”experts” who have exchanged facts for wishful thinking. It’s entirely frustrating to witness.

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