Some media outlets are receiving direct physical violent death threats, specific threats not to go near Parramatta Mosque, where the 15-year-old went to pray” — that is, Farhad Jabar, who murdered a police official while screaming “Allahu akbar” a few weeks ago. Yet these threats have largely gone unreported: “The Age had no coverage of Reason’s talk this morning, nor did the Herald Sun, The Australian or ABC, at least according to online searching.” Why not? Already Sharia-compliant?
And if Muslims are angry about journalists covering jihad terror activity in Australia, perhaps American journalists could help. Maybe we could send to Australia some of our hopelessly compromised pro-jihad, pro-Sharia pseudo-journalists such as Christiane Amanpour, Manya Brachear, Anne Barnard, Niraj Warikoo, Bob Smietana, Kari Huus, Dave Weigel, Michael Kruse, and the like. Then the coverage will be unstintingly favorable to the jihadis, and all will be well.
Journalists covering the murder of police accountant Curtis Cheng in Parramatta on October 2 are working in a climate of fear because of death threats. Chris Reason, senior reporter for Seven News, Sydney said this last night in a speech to about 100 media people and friends at a Melbourne Press Club function at the RACV.
Reason and his cameraman, Greg Parker, provided live coverage throughout the Man Monis siege at the Lindt Café in Martin Place last December.
“Some media outlets are receiving direct physical violent death threats, specific threats not to go near Parramatta Mosque, where the 15-year-old went to pray. At one point a senior member of the Daily Telegraph turned up there with two flak jackets,” Reason said.
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