Skip to comments.breaking news: 17 year old arrested who had explosives
Posted on 07/13/2005 2:51:36 AM PDT by dutch52
the amsterdam police have arrested a 17 year old boy, in his room the police found a self-made explosive. the boy was arrested in connection with the so called "hofstadgroep", de extremist group which mohammed Bouheri, the murderer of theo van gogh was part of it.
Thank you Dutch 52 for the info.
Is it possible that you can post a translation of the article you linked to?
I have heard of the hofstadgroep.
That's not good news.
Actually, I fear Italy will be targeted next. And I fear the Italians will fold like the Spanish did. It would be tragic if someday the imams took over the Vatican, but don't think it couldn't happen.
If the Moslems won't work with the authorities to separate the innocent Moslems from those who would destroy liberal democratic societies, those societies must place their safety first and treat all Moslems as a deadly threat.
Behind every bomb is a mohammed.
You took the words right out of my keyboard...
When her ankles are as big as her head.
But, what does Hillary have to do with this?
Tuesday July 12, 9:51 PM
"Suspect in Dutch filmmaker's murder makes dramatic court room confession"
ARTICLE SNIPPET: "The man accused of killing Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh confessed to a Dutch court that he acted out of his religious beliefs, saying he would do "exactly the same" if he were ever set free.
"I take complete responsibility for my actions. I acted purely in the name of my religion," 27-year-old Dutch-Moroccan national Mohammed Bouyeri told the court in Amsterdam on the final day of his trial."
ARTICLE SNIPPET 2: ""I can assure you that one day, should I be set free, I would do exactly the same, exactly the same," he said, speaking slowly in sometimes halted Dutch.
He said he felt an obligation to Van Gogh's mother Anneke, present in court, to speak, but offered no sympathy.
"I have to admit I do not feel for you, I do not feel your pain, I cannot -- I don't know what it is like to lose a child," he said as Van Gogh's family and friends looked on.
"I cannot feel for you ... because I believe you are an infidel," he added.
"I acted out of conviction -- not because I hated your son."
Van Gogh's mother listened quietly as Bouyeri, wearing a Palestinian black and white headscarf, spoke with a hint of admiration for her son.
"I cannot accuse your son of hypocrisy because he was not a hypocrite. He said things out of conviction," Bouyeri said of Van Gogh."
When they read the names of graduates in our Engineering class so they could receive their diplomas, and got to the "M's", it went like this:
"Omar Khalid Mohammed.......
Azul Quesi Mohammed.......
Fustah Mohammed Mohammed.......
Mohammed Mohammed Mohammed."
I kid you not.
Really, good catch and a good post.
I don't know about next target, but it's certainly one of my favorite candidates for "the first country in Europe that's going to wise up and understand what it's up against." I think change in Europe is going to be like that; first one country, then another will begin to tighten immigration and insist on assimilation.
If you're in the Netherlands, I hope you'll keep us posted on what's going on (and put me on your ping list, if you develop one).
I hope if those scumbags have anything planned for Holland, the Dutch thwart it before the terrorists can pull it off.
So how many troops does the Netherlands have in Iraq?
These people should be swinging from the lamp-posts across Europe.
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