Skip to comments.Ex-Londonerís diary of Jihad: A portrait sprinkled with Holy Quran verses and epithets
Posted on 08/08/2005 10:08:40 PM PDT by ttsmi
Printed on sheets of paper from Mr Siddiques computer, in mostly capital letters, its 35 pages are sprinkled with British slang, profanities and verses from the Holy Quran. Entries from the diary were shared with The New York Times by a Pakistani security official who insisted on anonymity because of the delicacy of the investigation. Across the top of its first page is a quote from the Holy Quran: The greatest tests are truly to be soon alleviated, the report said.
While denying involvement in the two plots, Mr Siddique has told interrogators that he spent the last two years fighting in Afghanistan and Kashmir. His diary offers little sense of what initially drove him to extremism, but abounds with examples of how he views the world through a radical lens. He rails about Pakistanis who claim 2 b Muslim but dont get it thru their thick heads that it is their fard, or religious duty, to help him wage his holy war, the report said.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailytimes.com.pk ...
Sounds like the Holy Quran needed a holy editor. Or at least one that had a good dictionary.
So he's doing this because he misses his Mommy and Daddy?
Hmm.. what got ahold of him? They've got brainwashing down to an art... pure evil.
'Mr Siddique has told interrogators that he misses his parents in Britain, according to the Pakistani security official. But he believes that the only way he can spend eternity with them is by becoming a martyr.
Do not waver or become weak, he writes in one of his last diary entries. This is the only way I can be reunited with Mummy and Daddy.'
what a mental case. we are all in trouble, with mentals like THIS one running around........
Slow him down a bit with amputation. Tongue to go - hold the mayo.
Holy Murder Batman! There are direct commandments from their gawd to kill us!!!
Must we respect their "religion"?
Kill A Commie For Mommie
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