Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Terror Plotter a George Galloway Fan

It appears one of these Islamist terror maggots in the UK may have been planning to go jihad with his baby, who he had filed a passport application for.
A terror cell leader plotting suicide attacks on passenger jets wanted to obtain a passport for his son, a court heard today.

Application papers signed by Abdulla Ahmed Ali, 27, on behalf of his baby boy were found at his Walthamstow home, a jury was told.

Mohammed Said Ali was nine-months-old when his father was arrested on suspicion of terrorist offences in August 2006.
Sick stuff.

Disturbing enough he's a fan of Osama bin Laden, but it seems he's also got a thing for the odious British hack George Galloway.
The jury also heard further evidence of extremist literature and other documents found at Ali's home. Several books advocating jihad and martyrdom were found in a child's cot in Ali's bedroom.

Among them were The Lofty Mountain by Sheikh Abdullah Azzam and Milestone by Sayyid Qutb.

Mr Wright said the first book inspired Osama bin Laden while the author of the second was executed for terrorist offences in Egypt.

Other items included books about the experiences of mujahideen in Afghanistan, an audio recording of a George Galloway speech and a piece of paper with internet site usernames and passwords.
Isn't that special.

Speaking of Galloway, he got bonked in the head by a stress ball while campaigning the other day. Hopefully it knocked a little sense into him, but I'm not holding my breath.
The London office worker who struck George Galloway on the temple with a rubber stress ball has been cautioned by police.

The unnamed 32-year-old man flung the toy at the Respect MP who was touring central London on the upper deck of his open top battle bus.

It was a direct hit,” conceded a spokesman for Mr Galloway. The permatanned politician was knocked off his feet by the rubbery missile, which was thrown from the first floor window of an office block.

Mr Galloway, who has already bounced back from the twin humiliations of expulsion from the Labour Party and the Big Brother house, returned to campaigning almost immediately.

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