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Pakistani student Zeeshan Akbar Stabbed At Gas Station For ISIS

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April 6. 2017  Pakistani student Zeeshan Akbar Stabbed At Gas Station For ISIS Pakistani student Zeeshan Akbar was on the job when he was attacked by two teens who cannot be identified, stabbed to death at a NSW Australia Queanbeyan petrol station in an an apparent robbery and Islamist inspired terror-related attack.

  In Australia  NSW petrol station  Caltex station in Queanbeyan video shows a 16-year-old boy chasing shop attendant Zeeshan Akbar, 29, around the petrol station stabbing him repeatedly until he collapses on the floor. 16-year-old then hovers near the door while his co-accused — then 15 — goes to the counter prompting Mr Akbar to follow the younger boy.  As Mr Akbar is walking to the counter the figure identified as the older boy follows the shop attendant and stabs him from behind.  Mr Akbar turns around and tries to flee from his attacker as the figure repeatedly stabs him even after he collapses to the ground in a pool of blood.  While Mr Akbar is being stabbed the younger boy can be seen removing a cash till and then the older boy joins him as they stash cigarettes into a bag.the alleged attacker — who can’t be identified for legal reasons — can been seen dipping his hand into the victim’s blood before writing what police a llege was “IS” on the wall court heard that excerpts from the police brief of evidence allege that the 16-year-old alleged attacker had expressed a wish to participate in ISIS activities.  Two accused teens  cannot be named for legal reasons.  The two teenagers face several charges over an alleged six-hour crime spree which included the suspected murder of Mr Akbar on the night of April 6 last year.   29-year-old was killed just days after he had applied for his permanent residency in Australia.

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The violent death of Queanbeyan's Zeeshan Akbar ruined many lives
www.canberratimes.com.au › News › ACT NewsApr 15, 2017 - Zeeshan Akbar was on the night shift at Queanbeyan's Caltex petrol station on April 7 when two teenage boys allegedly stabbed him to death. The 29-year-old was killed just days after he had applied for his permanent residency in Australia. His violent death has devastated the lives of many.

Zeeshan Akbar's alleged killer faces Queanbeyan Children's Court
www.canberratimes.com.au › News › ACT NewsOct 25, 2017 - The family of murdered service station attendant Zeeshan Akbar came face-to-face with the family of one of his alleged killers in Queanbeyan Children's Court. The court case for the two alleged teenage killers of Mr Akbar continued on Wednesday. One of the defendants appeared on screen via video link ...

Zeeshan Akbar's family journey from Pakistan to Canberra to ...
www.canberratimes.com.au › News › ACT NewsMay 20, 2017 - A month after Zeeshan Akbar was stabbed to death while working at a Queanbeyan petrol station, his dad and uncle journeyed from Pakistan to document the new life he made in Australia. They promised his ill mother, who was too overcome with grief to travel, they would make and send her a video of all ...


'ISIS-inspired stabbing murder' of Queanbeyan Caltex attendant caught on camera

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Teen charged over Queanbeyan murder denied bail, footage shown to court

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Queanbeyan murder accused's bid for bail rejected

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Zeeshan Akbar, the man stabbed to death at a Queanbeyan petrol ...
www.abc.net.au/news/2017-04-07/zeeshan-akbir/8426998
Zeeshan Akbar, the man stabbed to death at a Queanbeyan petrol station in terror-related attack. Updated 8 Apr 2017, 8:21pmSat 8 Apr 2017, 8:21pm. Zeeshan Akbar was fatally stabbed while working at a Queanbeyan petrol station. Supplied ...

First man on scene of Queanbeyan stabbing pays tribute to Zeeshan ...
www.smh.com.au › News › NSW News
Apr 8, 2017 - Adnan Amjid was the first person on the scene after Zeeshan Akbar's violent death in Queanbeyan on Friday morning.


We were assured by authorities that this... - Stand Up For Australia ... (xenophobic pay no attention)
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We were assured by authorities that this wasn’t a Islamic inspired terrorist attack, but anyone with half a brain knew better. I mean do they really think that people believed that writing “I S” in the victims blood meant anything other than Islamic State?

SHOCKING footage of an allegedly ISIS-inspired murder by two teenagers at a NSW petrol station has been shown in court.

The graphic footage shows a figure identified as a 16-year-old boy chasing shop attendant Zeeshan Akbar, 29, around the petrol station stabbing him repeatedly until he collapses on the floor.

Later the alleged attacker — who can’t be identified for legal reasons — can been seen dipping his hand into the victim’s blood before writing what police allege was “IS” on the wall of the Caltex service station at Queanbeyan in southern NSW.

Police and forensic officers at the Caltex station in Queanbeyan. Picture: Kym Smith

Shop assistant Zeeshan Akbar was stabbed to death at the Caltex service station in Queanbeyan. Picture: Supplied
The CCTV footage was played during an unsuccessful bail application for the attacker’s co-accused — who also can’t be identified — at Queanbeyan court.

The court heard that excerpts from the police brief of evidence allege that the 16-year-old alleged attacker had expressed a wish to participate in ISIS activities.

The accused teen cannot be named for legal reasons.
The two teenagers face several charges over an alleged six-hour crime spree which included the suspected murder of Mr Akbar on the night of April 6 last year.

Each boy has been charged with murder, robbery, wounding with intent, aggravated enter dwelling with intent and aggravated take and drive conveyance.

Queanbeyan Caltex service station stabbing: ‘I lost my son to a Monster’

Crown prosecutor Stephen Ryan showed the gruesome CCTV footage but did not formally tender it to the court when he opposed the bail application.

The footage begins with Mr Akbar activating the closed automatic doors to let the two teenage boys into the service station.

CCTV footage has showed the alleged attack as it occurred. Picture: Kym Smith
The 16-year-old then hovers near the door while his co-accused — then 15 — goes to the counter prompting Mr Akbar to follow the younger boy.

As Mr Akbar is walking to the counter the figure identified as the older boy follows the shop attendant and stabs him from behind.

Mr Akbar turns around and tries to flee from his attacker as the figure repeatedly stabs him even after he collapses to the ground in a pool of blood.

While Mr Akbar is being stabbed the younger boy can be seen removing a cash till and then the older boy joins him as they stash cigarettes into a bag.

Mr Akbar tried to flee his attacker before being allegedly stabbed.

A woman leaves flowers at the scene of the alleged attack. Picture: Kym Smith
The pair then walk towards the automatic door where the figure identified by police as the older boy dabs his fingers in a pool of blood and appears to write something on a wall off camera.

That person then kicks and hits the automatic doors with a sharp implement until they partially open allowing the pair to squeeze through.

It is alleged that also on that evening the pair stabbed another man in the abdomen on a street close to the service station, attacked a third man with a bottle and a fourth man with a tyre iron.

Flowers and tributes left at the Queanbeyan servo after the incident. Picture: Kym Smith
The teenagers were arrested on the Monaro Highway, ACT the following morning and taken to the ACT Watch House.

The court heard the younger boy’s defence team did not dispute that he is the younger boy seen in the CCTV footage.

The court heard the defence team would be submitting that he was coerced by the violent, older boy into committing the offences.

The case has been adjourned. Picture: Kym Smith
The boy’s lawyer Dean Rutherford also referred to police facts where the older boy is alleged to have said, “I feel sorry for (my co-accused) I never thought I would do something like this and end up here.”

Queanbeyan petrol station stabbing: accused teens Islamic State ...
https://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/.../28b32715e6a0f314f4ff6d0051b8e9f3Apr 7, 2017 - Counter-terrorism police are investigating whether two 15- and 16-year-old boys who allegedly murdered Pakistani student Zeeshan Akbar during a ... Team has taken over the investigation, which is also looking into potentially related events including an attempted robbery at a bottle shop in the ACT, ...
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Queanbeyan stabbing: Victim took extra shift on the night | Daily Mail ...
www.dailymail.co.uk/news/.../Queanbeyan-stabbing-Victim-took-extra-shift-night.htmlApr 8, 2017 - Zeeshan Akbar, 29, who worked as a service station attendant in Queanbeyan, was fatally stabbed just before midnight on Thursday. He took an ... Two 'radicalised' teenage boys (one pictured) who allegedly wrote 'IS' in blood on the store's front window have been charged in relation to his death. The fatal ...

Victim Zeeshan Akbar, terror link to Queanbeyan stabbing | Daily Mail ...
www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article.../Terror-link-Queanbeyan-Caltex-stabbing.htmlApr 6, 2017 - Pakistani student Zeeshan Akbar, 29, has been identified as the victim of the deadly service station stabbing being investigated by counter terrorism police ... are investigating whether the attack was inspired by Islamic State, and it's reported the letters 'IS' were written in blood on the servicestore's window, ...

Pakistani teens charged over murder | Daily Mail Online
www.dailymail.co.uk/news/.../Teenagers-charged-murder-service-station-worker.htmlApr 9, 2017 - Two teenage boys will remain behind bars after being charged with the murder of Queanbeyan service station worker Zeeshan Akbar (pictured) in ... Two 'radicalised' teenage boys (one pictured) who allegedly wrote 'IS' in blood on the store's front window have been charged in relation to his death.