Current Sydney Gang War Murders * Gang members warned after shooting of Tarek Zahed and brother Omar at Auburn gym

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Front page of the Daily Telegraph today.

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Moving on, today its the Alameddine family in the News:
'Ahmad Alameddine, 32, was handed a fresh jail sentence in the NSW District Court on Thursday after pleading guilty to taking part in the supply of 96g of methamphetamine and participating in a criminal group that smuggled drugs, cigarettes and mobile phones into Nowra jail.'

'The court heard Alameddine, three fellow inmates and his sister Susan were part of a group that tried to arrange for disgraced correctional officer Stephen Adams to bring heroin, meth and buprenorphine int jail in April 2020.
Adams was offered up to $5000 to help get the group’s gear inside and Susan Alameddine met him at a beach in Vincentia where she handed over the drugs, two mobile phones and SIM cards.'

WHO CARES:
'Judge David Arnott gave Alameddine a 30-month sentence backdated to December 19, 2020.

He will be eligible for parole in June.'
 

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Two crime families who have waged a murderous underworld battle on Sydney's streets used encrypted phone apps to advertise killings and spark "bidding wars" from hit men, police say.

  • Almost 300 charges were laid as part of Operation Hawk crackdown
  • Raids and searches uncovered evidence to unravel a gangland war
  • Young men are lured into the underworld with "cash and rap music", police say
NSW State Crime Commander Stuart Smith said a blitz on the lower levels of the Hamzy and Alameddine networks had uncovered a raft of evidence about how they have operated at arm's length from police

Since Thursday morning, Operation Hawk has targeted hundreds of people at the "bottom of the food chain" in the crews, and also visited people linked to outlaw motorcycle gang the Comancheros.

Assistant Commissioner Smith said the directive for Operation Hawk was to "take the gloves off".

It was carried out with "surgical" precision and targeted 310 individuals who allegedly took part in drug and weapon supply, violence and car thefts, he said.

"I will not rule out further arrests and you will not see it coming," he said.


People become gangsters cause of rap music? Wtf?
 

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People become gangsters cause of rap music? Wtf?

'A gang called OneFour is understood to be a subgroup of the broader Mount Druitt and outer-western suburbs gang, which formerly had ties to a drill rap group of the same name.

Drill rap, which OneFour was credited with starting in Australia, has violent and lyrically confronting elements, and in the UK is synonymous with so-called “postcode wars”.

The OneFour music group has distanced itself from the gang, which had originally been known as NF14 and was part of the Mounty County coalition.

It has a long-running feud with the Alameddine gang, with alleged member Ali ‘Ay Huncho’ Younes referencing OneFour in his recent song, Putrid Sh**.
Younes was released on bail, awaiting a number of charges, last month. The most serious being them participating in the Alameddine crime network.

The network has clashed with rival Hamzy clans in Sydney since 2020 with seven men being shot dead in gang-related violence.'
 

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A man shot dead in the south-western Sydney suburb of Greenacre is understood to be crime figure Mahmoud "Brownie" Ahmad.

Ahmad had recently returned to Sydney having spent time in Lebanon following his release from prison six months ago.

He was warned of imminent threats posed on his life, but chose to remain in Sydney.

Last incident was a couple of years ago:
2017-03-21/police-charge-man-over-fatal-gangland-shooting/8372088

The brother of executed underworld figure Walid 'Wally' Ahmad will remain behind bars after being charged with murder over the fatal shooting of Safwan Charbaji in Sydney's south-west.

Mahmoud 'Brownie' Ahmad, 34, was arrested by homicide detectives as he arrived at Sydney International Airport on a flight from Doha about 7:40pm last night.

He was taken to Mascot Police Station where he was charged with murder over the fatal shooting of Safwan Charbaji, 32, outside a smash repair business at Condell Park on April 9 last year.

Mr Charbaji was shot during a heated argument between two groups of men outside the A Team Bodyworks shop on Ilma Street, investigators have said.

Another 35-year-old man was seriously injured when he was shot in the face.

Mr Charbaji was driven to Bankstown Hospital by his brother-in-law but died of his injuries.
 

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A man shot dead in the south-western Sydney suburb of Greenacre is understood to be crime figure Mahmoud "Brownie" Ahmad.

Ahmad had recently returned to Sydney having spent time in Lebanon following his release from prison six months ago.

He was warned of imminent threats posed on his life, but chose to remain in Sydney.

Last incident was a couple of years ago:
2017-03-21/police-charge-man-over-fatal-gangland-shooting/8372088

The brother of executed underworld figure Walid 'Wally' Ahmad will remain behind bars after being charged with murder over the fatal shooting of Safwan Charbaji in Sydney's south-west.

Mahmoud 'Brownie' Ahmad, 34, was arrested by homicide detectives as he arrived at Sydney International Airport on a flight from Doha about 7:40pm last night.

He was taken to Mascot Police Station where he was charged with murder over the fatal shooting of Safwan Charbaji, 32, outside a smash repair business at Condell Park on April 9 last year.

Mr Charbaji was shot during a heated argument between two groups of men outside the A Team Bodyworks shop on Ilma Street, investigators have said.

Another 35-year-old man was seriously injured when he was shot in the face.

Mr Charbaji was driven to Bankstown Hospital by his brother-in-law but died of his injuries.
Looks like he didn't do much time for murder.
Came back to Oz 2017,got let out 6 months ago.
Should've stayed in Lebanon Brownie
 

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Men arrested on the way to 'Brownie's' funeral are in court today​

Two men arrested on their way to the funeral of a gangland crime figure on the weekend will reappear in court today on serious drugs charges.

 

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Another shooting.
From a week ago as the police were cracking down.
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Yesterday Tarek Zahed copped 10 bullets and is in a bad way,his brother not so fortunate.
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This really is going to make the best Underbelly series.
 

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Pleading ingnorance but l assumed Hell's Angels, Comenchero's, Black Uhlan's were all called Barry, Mick, Skull, Wazza etc.

When did this change ?
 

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This has really got out of hand now.
 

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Police are happy for them to knock each other off (as long as no innocent bystanders are hurt) reading between the lines.
 

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A young man has been shot dead in Sydney’s southwest Saturday morning, and police are investigating whether the killing is linked to a gang conflict.
Reports of a shooting on Knox Street, Belmore were made to emergency services at about 4am on Saturday.

Seems to me there's too many handguns on the streets
 

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A young man has been shot dead in Sydney’s southwest Saturday morning, and police are investigating whether the killing is linked to a gang conflict.
Reports of a shooting on Knox Street, Belmore were made to emergency services at about 4am on Saturday.

Same area, same middle eastern influence, same M.O. of shot at home torched car not far away, amazingly close to Auburn shooting in time frame and coincidentally the night after the funeral of the brother from that shooting.

Don't need to be Sherlock Holmes to know what has happened here.
 

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