In August 2015 during the gathering of the Prophets to hear from the Lord concerning the coming year 2016. The Lord gave this specific warning published in the God Said 2016 book page 81.
We asked you to pray with us against these planned attacks…
In recent months there has been credible threas of terrorist bombings in Johannesburg. Yesterday in the news the following articles were published.
Twins accused of wanting to bomb US diplomatic mission in South Africa named
Graeme Hosken | 11 July, 2016 13:45
A flower seller outside The US Embassy in Sandton, Johannesburg on September 8, 2015. Image by: Alon Skuy
A set of identical twins appeared in the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court on Monday charged with trying to aid the cause of the Islamic State by conspiring with others to blow up targets inside South Africa.
Brandon-Lee Thulsie and Tony-Lee Thulsie made a brief appearance in a packed Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court on Monday.
Prosecutor Chris MacAdam‚ reading the charge sheet into court‚ said the neatly dressed pair faced three counts relating to plans to carry out terror attacks on South African soil.
The twins are among four suspected Islamic State supporters arrested in anti-terrorism police raids carried out across Gauteng over the weekend.
The brothers’ preliminary charge sheet states that their plotting occurred between October 2015 and July 8 this year.
“The accused unlawfully and intentionally conspired to commit the crime of terrorism by planning to cause explosions at a mission of the United States of America and Jewish institutions (all such structures located in the Republic of South Africa) in order to endanger life‚ cause death and/or serious bodily harm and the destruction or substantial damage to such structures‚” the charge sheet states.
The case has been postponed until July 19. The twins will remain in custody until then.
– TMG Digital and The Times
NEWS24: Johannesburg – Two brothers allegedly linked to ISIS (Islamic State) were planning to set off explosives at a US embassy and “Jewish institutions” in South Africa, according to their charge sheet at the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court on Monday.
Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie, both 24, face terrorism-related charges.
Two others who were arrested with them in Newclare and Florida were expected to appear in the Kagiso Magistrate’s Court later on Monday.
“The accused unlawfully and intentionally conspired to commit the crime of terrorism by planning to cause explosions at a Mission of the United States of America and Jewish institutions (all such structures located in the Republic of South Africa) in order to endanger life, cause death and/or serious bodily harm and the destruction… to such structures,” the charge sheet against the brothers read.
“Such conspiracy and incitement was intended to cause and spread feelings of terror, fear or panic in the civilian population of South Africa and particular the US and Jewish sector thereof and to intimidate the government of the United States of America.