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''I want to stay as close to the edge as I can without going over. Out on the edge you see all kinds of things you can't see from the center.''
A day like no other in a peace loving city of Opera House and Harbour Bridge ... It was a criminal act senseless act that had all the media attention under the banner of terrorism ... Two hostages died
Coda: Olek's friend who works at a cafe was amongst the first to escape ... ... running out of the cafe using back door
This experience was so shocking for him and his parents ...sadness almost too big to bear.
The gunman was Man Haron Monis. He was out on bail for numerous charges including accessory to murder and sexual assault. He is not believed to have any formal links to any terror organisation. Monis was a "self-styled cleric" with no role in any mosque. The gunman had previously sent letters to the families of Australian soliders killed in Afghanistan .... Tragic end to hostage story
There is an ongoing hostage situation at the Lindt Cafe at Martins Place in Sydney, Australia. As reported at Broadside News, there are up to 20 hostages being held by one or two Islamic extremists who forced some innocent people to hold up a Shahada flag used by the terrorist organization Jabhat al Nusra, who is fighting the Assad government regime in Syria.
One local news source claims that a woman was being used as a “human shield.”
Read more at http://www.brennerbrief.com/lindt-cafe-target-halal/#eVRmpSCAhcyLy6Xl.99