Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Five guys named Mo

I think I've spotted a link in all this terrorism stuff that's plaguing us, and I think I'm going to contact the police.

Man convicted of terror offences
A man has been found guilty at the High Court in Glasgow of three terrorism offences.
Mohammed Atif Siddique, 21, from Alva, in Clackmannanshire, will be sentenced next month

Four guilty over terror material
Three students and a schoolboy have been found guilty of possessing material for terrorist purposes. Prosecutors had said the internet propaganda was designed to encourage Islamic terrorist martyrdom. Schoolboy Mohammed Irfan Raja, now 18, and Bradford University students Aitzaz Zafar, 20, Usman Ahmed Malik, 21 and Akbar Butt, 20, were all convicted.

Four 21/7 bomb plotters get life
Four men convicted of the 21 July bomb plot have been jailed for life, with a minimum tariff of 40 years each. Muktar Ibrahim, 29, Yassin Omar, 26, Ramzi Mohammed, 25, and Hussain Osman, 28, were found guilty on Monday.

The bombers
The four men who carried out the 7 July bombings were young Britons who had led apparently ordinary lives.
Mohammad Sidique Khan, 30, Edgware Road bomber
A married father-of-one and teaching assistant, Mohammad Sidique Khan was the oldest of the bombers and is thought to have taken the lead role.

Man admits plot to behead soldier
A man described as a "fanatic" has pleaded guilty to plotting to kidnap and kill a British Muslim soldier. Parviz Khan, 37, an unemployed charity worker from Birmingham, intended to seize and behead the serviceman "like a pig", Leicester Crown Court was told.

Three other men, Basiru Gassama, 30, Mohammed Irfan, 31, and Hamid Elasmar, 44, have admitted other offences connected with Khan's plot. The court heard Amjad Mahmood, 32, and Zahoor Iqbal, 30, denied involvement.

See? See that?

Still it can't be about religion, because as Commander Brian Paddick said: "Islam and terrorism don't go together". But then as Mark Steyn (Peace Be Upon Him) says:"He's talking drivel."

Brian Paddick is LibDem candidate for London Mayor.

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Blogger Agellius said...

::GASP!!:: Truly you have a gift for detecting patterns!

7:15 PM  
Blogger Paulinus said...

Years of training, dear boy, years of training

9:28 PM  
Anonymous marcella said...

This sheds new light on the problem with the Teddy Bear. It is only natural that the Sudanese should take exception to it: the Teddy Bear was clearly a terrorist! I've never trusted Teddy Bears. Eyes too close together...

10:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does "Mo Johnstone" pass this and the "brokeback Glasgow" test?

Or was he not a muslim radical?

11:46 PM  

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