By Thomas Madison

Photo, above: A facebook page called “RIP Farhad Khalil Mohammad Jabar” is devoted to praising the 15-year old assassin for his cold-blooded murder of an innocent man.

A post on the page calls Jabar a martyr and says all he is guilty of “was being Muslim” and that he should rest in peace for his “sacrifice in the face of racist bigotry”.

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Another post on the facebook page, hails Farhad as a “hero of the Islamic peoples he will be gratly (sic) missed death to the evil police state of Australia who killed this child all he is guilty of was being muslim.”

Police believe Farhad was given the murder weapon by an Islamic extremist gang.

From news.com.au

POLICE Commissioner Andrew Scipione has vowed that “everything that needs to be done will be done,” to find how a 15-year-old schoolboy came to execute a much loved police accountant as he left work.

“There is no way you can describe the hurt inside that building and right across the NSW Police force at the moment,” he said outside Charles St headquarters this afternoon.

Mr Scipione was joined by Premier Mike Baird and Deputy Premier Troy Grant where they laid wreaths for slain Curtis Cheng.

They then went inside to meet the special constables that shot dead Farhad Khalil Mohammad Jabar in a brief gun battle.

Minister for Justice and Police Troy Grant, NSW Premier Mike Baird and Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione reading some of the cards left for slain police finance worker Curtis Cheng. Picture: Jonathan Ng

Minister for Justice and Police Troy Grant, NSW Premier Mike Baird and Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione reading some of the cards left for slain police finance worker Curtis Cheng. Picture: Jonathan Ng

NSW Premier Mike Baird, Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione and Minister for Justice and Police Troy Grant laying a wreath at Police Headquarter. Picture: Jonathan Ng

NSW Premier Mike Baird, Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione and Minister for Justice and Police Troy Grant laying a wreath at Police Headquarter. Picture: Jonathan Ng

A tribute to Curtis Cheng outside the building. Picture: Jonathan Ng

A tribute to Curtis Cheng outside the building. Picture: Jonathan Ng

Mr Baird said they were there to acknowledge “the bravery of some very special men”.

“We strongly believe they saved many lives,” he said.

Mr Baird said they were also there to show their support for the “police family”.

With friends: Farhad (bottom left).

With friends: Farhad (bottom left).

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