Skip to comments.Reuters Update Death Threat 9
Posted on 06/01/2006 9:48:27 AM PDT by khnyny
Thursday, June 01, 2006 Reuters Death Threat Update 9
Writer Tom Gross has been following the saga of the death threat we received from a Reuters employee, and he has independently confirmed that Inayat Bunglawala, media secretary of the Muslim Council of Britain, works for Reuters as a senior systems engineer at their Docklands offices in East London.
Reuters Zionist pig death threat update.
Following the previous dispatch, Reuters employee issues Zionist pig death threat (May 30, 2006), several journalists have asked me to confirm that Inayat Bunglawala is an employee of Reuters. He is. Bunglawala, who also serves as media secretary of the Muslim Council of Britain, and in the past has made various anti-Semitic comments, works as a senior systems engineer in the Reuters Docklands offices in east London.
In the last two days, the influential Muslim Public Affairs Committee UK (MPACUK) has rushed to the support of Bunglawala, even though Bunglawala has strongly denied any involvement with the anonymous death threat sent from a Reuters computer to the publisher of the Little Green Footballs blog. (Bunglawala did refer to Little Green Footballs in a comment he posted under his name on the website of The Guardian newspaper a few hours before the anonymous death threat was also sent from a Reuters computer; hence some suspect him of being the sender of the anonymous threat too, or at least being near or in contact with the sender who also used a Reuters computer.)
(Excerpt) Read more at littlegreenfootballs.com ...
Ah, the Religion of Peace
I wonder if Islam is the "Church of Abomination" founded by the devil mentioned in The Book of Mormon?.......Any Mormons out there wanna enlighten me?...........
I have wondered if islam is "The Whore of Babylon" mentioned in Revelation...
The Book of Mormon equates the two as the same.........
The original post thread is a great primer on forensic server log analysis. Fun reading!
Remember: 'Anonymous' on the Internet is not what you think it is.
Look, this is the religion of peace. Quit worrying! I'm sure they'll kill the guy in a peaceful manner.
By "equates the two", I meant that the Book of Mormon equates the "Curch of Abomination" with the "Whore of Babylon" "that sits on many waters".................
The death threat sender, probably Bunglawala himself, has been hitting the LGF blog page specificaslly about the death threat repeatedly since said threat was sent.
Rueters claims to have suspended the sender, but that is likely BS since, as mentioned, the Rueters IP addy that sent the threat has continued to look at LGF.
And since Ipecac, oops, MPACUK has gotten involved now it will only become more interesting.
Well, as LGF points out in the original threads updates, the IP may be from a Reuters router (say that three times fast), and may be various Reuters personnel reading the particular pages through the same router connected to their Local Area Network. The mention that different clients/etc. are being used would tend to support that.
But it still is extremely fishy.
Like the perp is looking to see what other evidence might turn up.
"Acting Guilty" is how they are acting.
"And since Ipecac, oops, MPACUK has gotten involved now it will only become more interesting."
Right, following this will be interesting. I think the whole story is fascinating and really has received zero attention in the MSM.
Thanks for the info!
I like how they are acting guilty.
Check out the idiot commenting at 582 on the LGF blog:
"I have wondered if islam is "The Whore of Babylon" mentioned in Revelation..."
More likely than not it's the church behind the beast.
"and as many as would not worship the image of the beast, were killed"
Sounds like Mohammedism to me.
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Writer Tom Gross has been following the saga of the death threat we received from a Reuters employee, and he has independently confirmed that Inayat Bunglawala, media secretary of the Muslim Council of Britain, works for Reuters as a senior systems engineer at their Docklands offices in East London...
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