Jihad down under
From Woolwich to Ottawa and now Sydney, Anthony Tucker-Jones reports on the ‘lone wolf’ menace spreading around the world
To the world’s media, the Sydney café siege at the end of 2014 seemed to herald the unwelcome arrival of “lone wolf” terrorism to Australia. In reality, over the past decade Australia has not been spared the threat of homegrown jihadists, and in recent years the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) has had its hands full. At the beginning of 2015 it was reported that more than 20 Australians who had returned home after serving with the Islamic . . .