Chilling texts terrorist who armed Curtis Cheng's killer

The ISIS terrorist jailed today for supplying a murder weapon the jihadi who killed Curtis Cheng sent chilling texts praising terror attacks just weeks before the atrocity, Daily Mail Australia can reveal.

Raban Alou, 20, has been jailed for 44 years for arming 15-year-old Farhad Jabar, who shot police accountant Mr Cheng outside NSW Police Headquarters in Parramatta on 2 October 2015.

Just weeks before the attack, Alou posted sick messages supporting recent ISIS attacks in a WhatsApp group of fellow jihadis.

The group called 'The Bricks' used the ISIS flag as the group icon. 

Raban Alou (pictured), who supplied the firearm used to kill police accountant Curtis Cheng in an act of terrorism in 2015, has been sentenced to 44 years jail

 On 26 June, 2015, in the wake of spate of ISIS atrocities, Alou wrote: 'Beheading in France, 25 dead in suicide bomb by IS in shia Kuwait mosque and 37 dead at Tunisia beach. It's going off. Lol.'

 On 26 June, 2015, in the wake of spate of ISIS atrocities, Alou wrote: 'Beheading in France, 25 dead in suicide bomb by IS in shia Kuwait mosque and 37 dead at Tunisia beach. It's going off. Lol.'

On 27 June 2015, another member the Bricks Forum posted pictures of Australian Defence Force personnel getting of a bus. Alou replied: 'Omg. May Allah curse them all and destroy them to pieces.'

On 27 June 2015, another member the Bricks Forum posted pictures of Australian Defence Force personnel getting of a bus. Alou replied: 'Omg. May Allah curse them all and destroy them to pieces.'

On 26 June, 2015, in the wake of spate of ISIS atrocities, Alou wrote: 'Beheading in France, 25 dead in suicide bomb by IS in shia Kuwait mosque and 37 dead at Tunisia beach. It's going off. Lol.'

On 27 June 2015, another member the Bricks Forum posted pictures of Australian Defence Force personnel getting of a bus. 

Alou replied: 'Omg. May Allah curse them all and destroy them to pieces.' 

The chilling messages were revealed in the judge's sentencing report which detailed Alou's movements before and after the attack, including how he and his wife praised Jabad while getting a KFC the day after Cheng's murder.

In one chilling message with an unnamed friend, Alou asked to borrow money to buy the gun. He said he was 'gonna come past to pick up the millions' and the friend replied: 'If you need anything let me know. Patience. Allah is the best of planners. Do you think you will believe and not get tested.'

In one chilling message with an unnamed friend, Alou asked to borrow money to buy the gun. He said he was 'gonna come past to pick up the millions' and the friend replied: 'If you need anything let me know. Patience. Allah is the best of planners. Do you think you will believe and not get tested.'

As the pair watched gruesome CCTV footage of the killing while sitting in their car at the drive-thru in Granville, Alou said: 'Ah brother you're a soldier, Oh my god Allahu Akbar, that's beautiful footage bro, that's beautiful footage. 

'You actually see it all happen, you see where he is last standing, that's where he drops,' he added.

'Oh ya Allah my heart you know me I was about to cry I was watching it and I was about to cry. It makes me so happy man, see how he drops? Did you see how much fight he had in him.'

In their conversation at around 10pm, Alou and his wife also discussed what will happen next. Alou said of the police: 'They will accuse me of accessory to murder and terrorism... they will go hard.'

Curtis Cheng (pictured) was shot dead at the front of NSW Police HQ in 2015

Curtis Cheng (pictured) was shot dead at the front of NSW Police HQ in 2015

The judge's report also details how Alou manged to procure the Smith & Wesson .38 revolver before handing it over to Jabad at Parramatta Mosque on the day of the attack.

He tried two different contacts before a third eventually agreed to source the weapon for him.

In one chilling message with an unnamed friend, Alou asked to

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