Sydney, Oct 29 : The three Islamic militants, who are on death row after being found guilty for the Bali bombings killing 202 people, including 88 Australians, have reportedly sent a grim warning for the Australians, saying "don't come back because we will strike again".
Amrozi, Mukhlas and Imam Samudra sent out the chilling message on the eve of their executions, in an exclusive interview with CNN to be broadcast in Australia next month.
The trio is presently held in their cells at a prison in central Java. They are due to be executed by a firing squad by early next month, with reports that it could take place as early as this weekend. Security has been beefed up around Cilacap, near Nusa Kambangan Island, where the bombers are jailed.
The nightclub bombings killed 202 people, including 88 Australians.
Asked what goes through his mind he sees the devastation wrought by the bombs, Amrozi replies "What do I think? Thank God."
"I have no regrets whatsoever. My message for Australians; don't you come to places like that ever again. I'm sure that my colleagues will bomb it again," news.com.au quoted him as saying through an interpreter.
To a question that he had twisted the words of the Koran to justify the Bali bloodshed, Samudra said: "I know better than you because I am Muslim and you are kaffir (infidel). You kaffir know nothing. The verse, blood by blood, soul by soul. Your country - US, UK, Australia alliance - already killing my people."