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What next for Naupoto? Parliament? We must not be surprised with REWARDS to FFP Candidates
Ba lawyer and FFP MP Ashneel Sudhakar was appointed Chairman of the Justice, Law and Human Rights Standing Committee - remember him - YES, HE threatened to 'mortein' VICTOR LAL, the founding Editor-in-Chief of Fijileaks; Sudhakar was also part of the group calling for the ISIS style beheading of VICTOR LAL on the streets of London.
WELCOME TO FFP! Fiji Police yet to ARREST and QUESTION HIM!
Thursday, April 23, 2015
THE Fiji Police Force is working closely with Australian authorities in the search for the most senior member of Islamic State who is believed to be of Fijian and Cambodian descent.
Police chief of intelligence ACP Henry Brown said the Fiji Police did not regard Neil Prakash, who is Australia's most wanted man, as a threat to Fiji.
"The Fiji Police Force is in constant communication with our Australian counterparts on what has been transpiring and we can confirm that the said individual has had no direct association with Fijian nationals on the allegations levelled against him being an Islamic extremist," Mr Brown said.
The Melbourne resident, Mr Brown said was not a direct threat to Fiji. But he said they were working closely with Australia regarding any major development.
According to The Australian newspaper, Prakash is believed to have stepped into the void left by Mohammad Ali Baryalei, an Australian jihadist who is reported to have facilitated the travel of dozens of young Australians to the Syrian front and into the ranks of Islamic State.
The newspaper reported that Prakash, who prayed at the al-Furqan centre before leaving for Syria, provided encouragement to other members who, like scores of other young Australian Muslims, dreamed of travelling to the battlefields of Syria and Iraq.
"Instead, Prakash encouraged some of them (young Australians) to stay in Australia and carry out attacks. Prakash did not have any operational control of the alleged conspiracy," The Australian reported.
It is alleged Prakash plotted to massacre police and members of the public in an Anzac Day terror attack.
The Australian claimed that Prakash was the ringleader of the Anzac Day plot and that he was in regular contact with Pakistan.
"It is understood intercepted communications have linked Prakash, who fights under the nom de guerre Abu Khalid al-Cambodi, to the Melbournians, who allegedly planned to use swords and knives to attack police on Anzac Day," it further reported.
The newspaper reported Prakash had maintained a high public profile, regularly using Twitter and other social media platforms to communicate with his followers.
It further stated that as well as promoting violence, Prakash had also been helping men and women join Islamic State, sometimes openly declaring that he was in close contact with the group's organisers, who helped people cross into Syria.
Fiji Muslim League president Hafiz Khan said the league was not aware of Prakash