The three Bali bombers on death row in Indonesia have threatened reprisals if their executions go ahead.
Three New Zealanders and 88 Australians were among the 202 people who died in the blast in 2002.
Kneeling in the front row of a morning prayer session to mark the end of Ramadan, Amrozi bin Nurhasyim, Ali Ghufron also known as Mukhlas, and Imam Samudra were as unrepentant as ever for the bombings.
The bombers have often said they are ready to die, but as their date with the firing squad approaches, their tone has turned threatening, the ABC reports.
Amrozi said that if he had a chance, he would kill more Australians, while his brother Mukhlas warned that all responsible for his execution will be executed themselves by Mujahideen fighters in Indonesia and around the world.