A Melbourne university student who has reportedly travelled to Syria to join the so-called Islamic State has called for fellow extremists to “spill blood in Australia”.
Roxburgh Park man Suhan Rahman, 23, has posted photos of himself on social media posing with machine guns and alongside Sydney extremist Mohamed Elomar.
Mr Elomar is notorious for posting photos of himself holding severed heads in Syria.
Other posts show what appears to be a dead body and an edited photo of Rahman with a gun captioned “Werecomin” (sic).
The Australian Federal Police counter-terrorism squad has interviewed Rahman’s family and is monitoring his overseas activities, News Corp Australia has reported.
Victoria Police is also reportedly investigating threats Mr Rahman made over social media on Monday.
Mr Rahman is studying building management at RMIT, according to News Corp.
He took to social media yesterday to praise the terrorists who attacked the Charlie Hebdo magazine offices in Paris last week and called for attacks in Australia.
“I say stuf the peaceful protests. Spill blood young aussies. Dont be humiliated especially if u cant b here in sham (Syria),” one post read.
In another post, he appears to call for retribution against Australian newspapers which this week published images of the front cover of Charlie Hebdo showing the prophet Muhammad holding a “Je suis Charlie” (“I am Charlie” in English) sign.
“Theres no good left in u if none of u do something about the australian newspaper mocking our prophet pbuh,” he posted.
“They say were all charlie. I say that means uze all deserve death and worse.”
Mr Rahman’s father Lutfur told News Corp his son had brought shame on his family.
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