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Australia jihad: Muslim refugee sets himself on fire inside a bank and ‘wanted to touch everyone’


Australia has a small Muslim population volume, yet they are relentless targets of lone-wolf jihad attacks by Muslims they have taken in through their refugee program. It shows that the migration coming to their shores is jihad initiated and not humanitarian based. Muslims from Indonesia, Bangladesh, Burma are trying to flood into Australia while leftists argue that Australia is not allowed to refuse them entry.

Imagine how the situation will be if the Muslim population was three times higher or more? There would simply not be enough resources to manage a constant stream of attacks day on end, year after year. It would eventually break down the country from within.

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‘He wanted to touch everyone while he was on fire’: Woman recalls moment Commonwealth Bank ‘maniac’ asylum seeker doused himself in petrol and ran ‘like crazy’ toward victims

  • Nur Islam, 21, allegedly triggered the fire at Commonwealth bank 
  • Witnesses said he set himself alight after pouring accelerant on the floor
  • 27 people were injured in the Springvale blaze and one remains critical 
  • One woman inside said he tried to ‘touch’ everyone when he was on fire
  • Housemates claim offender was pacing backyard weeks leading up to fire
  • Chilling CCTV showed a man walking past a cafe with a plastic container

By RILEY MORGAN and MARTHA AZZI and LUCY MAE BEERS and JOHN CARNEY FOR DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA
PUBLISHED: 15:13, 19 November 2016

A woman has recalled the horrific moment a man set himself on fire inside the Springvale Commonwealth bank and tried to ‘touch’ everyone as they ran for their lives.

Jos has recounted the moment she saw a man light himself on fire and ‘start running like crazy’ prompting people to head to the exit but struggle to get out at a Melbourne Commonwealth bank.

She said the man was like a ‘maniac’ and when the bank was blanketed in darkness and only the flames were visible – it was like hell, The Herald Sun reported.

Footage shows a man, believed to be the offender, walking past Asmara Cafe with an empty plastic container to a service station and returning with it full of liquid 
Footage shows a man, believed to be the offender, walking past Asmara Cafe with an empty plastic container to a service station and returning with it full of liquid.

CCTV footage of man believed to have started fire in Melbourne bank.


Chilling CCTV footage has captured the moment a man walked toward a bank with a plastic container filled with liquid, minutes before it was set alight

‘He was like a maniac. His eyes were like crazy eyes. I thought I was going to die,’ she told the publication.

‘It was like hell. I haven’t been there, but it felt like hell,’ Jos said.

‘He was wanting to touch everyone while he was on fire.’

Jos said everyone headed to the rear door, which would not open, and people turned to calling loved ones in fear.

Despite fearing she was going to die, Jos made it out of the bank and was treated for smoke inhalation.

The man believed to be the offender is Nur Islam who arrived in Australia in 2013 and was processed through Christmas Island and Queensland.

Weeks leading up to the incident Mr Nur was visiting banks and pleading for money, according to The Herald Sun.

A 21-year-old Springvale man (second left with police officer) has been taken to hospital in a serious condition and is under police guard
A 21-year-old Springvale man (second left with police officer) has been taken to hospital in a serious condition and is under police guard.
 Melbourne bank

The publication revealed the 21-year-old Myanmar asylum seeker’s Medicare payment was shut down after he was told he had to renew his income support but left the line because it was too long.

His housemates claimed Mr Nur was not himself for months and was often found wandering the backyard at night after mentioning he had seen a ghost.

Mr Nur was living with Joseph, who he had met three years ago, and was sleeping in his living room.

Joseph said Mr Nur’s financial troubles might have been an added stress.

‘I think he got really broke, that’s why he thinking differently,’ Joseph said.

A father has recalled the moment he caught the man accused of pouring petrol on himself and setting a Commonwealth Bank on fire.

It's alleged that the man (centre) doused himself in accelerant and set himself alight sparking an explosion in the bank
It’s alleged that the man (centre) doused himself in accelerant and set himself alight sparking an explosion in the bank.

Junior Dean was one of the first bystanders on the scene at the Springvale bank, in Melbourne’s south-east, on Monday at 11.30am when an explosion injured 27 people.

Mr Dean found the accused culprit in the rear of the bank attempting to send a message from his phone, The Sydney Morning Herald reported.

The father recalled seeing the man ready to flee on foot and the strong smell of petrol emitted – which was not present on victims.

‘I could smell petrol on his body when I pulled him out,’ Mr Dean said.

‘I could see he was prepared to run. The staff and customers started to move away from him. I grabbed him by the shoulder and nudged him to the laneway fence.’

Mr Dean questioned the accused why he started the fire before police arrived.

Junior Dean recalled catching the man accused of starting the fire and the overwhelming smell of petrol
Junior Dean recalled catching the man accused of starting the fire and the overwhelming smell of petrol.

Witness recounts moment man set Melbourne bank on fire.

‘He said, ‘The bank moved me from here to here and I got sick of it’,’ Mr Dean said.

Earlier chilling CCTV footage of the moment a man walked towards a bank with a plastic container filled with liquid, minutes before it was set alight, was revealed.

The Herald Sun have revealed the man is Burmese refugee, Nur Islam.

Footage shows a man, believed to be the offender, walking past Asmara Cafe with an empty plastic container to a service station and returning with it full of liquid.

He was seen heading toward the bank just six minutes before the explosion.

Police are reviewing the footage as part of their investigation into the fire.

The footage shows the man walking quickly toward the service station, wearing an orange shirt and beige trousers.

A light brown liquid can be seen in the container as he walks back.

It is believed he went to the Springvale Caltex to fill up the container he found discarded out the front of the cafe.

A Caltex spokesperson said the service station was closed and staff were cooperating with police.

The offender is believed to be an asylum seeker from Myanmar in Australia on a bridging visa, The Herald Sun reported.

A light brown liquid can be seen in the container as he walks back toward the bank

A hero tradesman credited with rescuing many of the victims after he ran into the inferno with a fire extinguisher, said he heard a man arguing with bank tellers just before smoke billowed out the doors.

‘This kid comes running out, all burnt, screaming his head off, skin coming off, blood everywhere,’ Ash Atkin-Fone said.

Just after 5.30pm, an Alfred Hospital spokesperson confirmed six people were still being treated for burns, but only one patient was still in a critical condition.

Witness Daniel Chau told Daily Mail Australia he was grabbing lunch when he saw people running out of the bank with their faces covered in charcoal.

‘I saw a man run out of the bank with his hands burnt, skin peeling off,’ he said.

‘The man was dragging his hand out of something. All I could hear was him screaming. He was screaming like mad. It was awful. Everyone was running and jumping around like mad. Another guy was covered in ashes. There was a lot of smoke.

Another witness said the man became agitated after he was unable to withdraw funds from the ATM and went to retrieve the petrol to set it alight.

‘Hero tradie’ on the immediate steps he took to put out flames.


Hero tradesman Ash Atkin-Fone credited said he heard a man arguing with bank tellers just before smoke billowed out the doors.

5 thoughts on “Australia jihad: Muslim refugee sets himself on fire inside a bank and ‘wanted to touch everyone’

  1. Let me get this straight.

    Australia was legendary for xenophobic paranoia. Foreigners, genuine Asians, and Muslims, were supposed to be scheming to enter the country for the singleton purpose of breeding like wildfire in order to take over. So, they weren’t admitted.

    But the Australians got over it. Australia now has an immigration situation like the one other countries use with such robust success. Except for one teeny problem.

    They’ve let in a bunch of scheming Muslims who are breeding like wildfire in order to take over.

    Is this approximately right?

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  2. It would be good if all Islamists could be encouraged to follow his fine example. Just make sure these sacrificials have an asbestos sign, “Martyr..Do not extinguish me”

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  3. Austraia needs to do something fast. They are currently a few years behind the rest of the western world with the Islamic invasion.
    Just look at Germany, france the uk and Greece. Learn from Europe’s mistakes and push them all out to see without a boat.

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