Skip to comments.Terror raid duo back in Pakistan
Posted on 08/28/2009 1:19:18 AM PDT by Cindy
SNIPPET: "Two Pakistani students arrested over an alleged terror plot have returned to Pakistan after deciding to leave the UK voluntarily, the Home Office has said.
Abdul Khan, 26, and Shoaib Khan, 27, were among 12 people held by police after raids in north-west England in April, but the pair were never charged.
The Home Office tried to deport them, saying they remained a security threat.
It is understood the men decided to leave after being denied bail while appealing against deportation."
SNIPPET: "Twelve students were arrested in the terror raids in Manchester and Liverpool as part of Operation Pathway, with three subsequently released.
The anti-terror operation had to be brought forward after Britain's most senior counter-terrorism officer, Bob Quick, was photographed with a secret document. He subsequently resigned.
The Home Office is attempting to deport two others, Sultan Sher and Janus Khan, on the grounds of visa irregularities after dropping claims that they posed a threat to national security.
Five more, referred to only as VE, UF, ZA, YB and XC, are to appear before Siac for their deportation appeal hearing on March 10.
Evidence passed to the tribunal claimed one of the men, who cannot be identified, exchanged e-mails with an associate of al-Qaeda.
MI5 analysis also suggested girls' names were used as code for bomb ingredients and that the mention of a wedding hinted at a planned attack.
Lawyers for the men said the emails were innocent and the security services' interpretation of the emails was "far-fetched".
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"Evidence passed to the tribunal claimed one of the men, who cannot be identified, exchanged e-mails with an associate of al-Qaeda. MI5 analysis also suggested girls' names were used as code for bomb ingredients and that the mention of a wedding hinted at a planned attack."
“Pak-origin terror suspects used wedding code words for al-Qaeda bombing plot: MI5”
SNIPPET: “London, Aug. 15: British intelligence service MI5 has arrested a group of Pakistan-origin terror suspects who were using code words about a wedding in their emails for an al-Qaeda bomb plot, it has emerged.
One e-mail referred to a girl called Nadia who would be involved in a nikah, or wedding, between April 15 and 20 this year. “
Off [Thread] Topic, but interesting.
stepping back in time...
There is a wedding, and invited to attend
Translated by Casey (no fe@r) at IH. ^ | March 29, 2009, 1:44 pm | n/a
Posted on March 29, 2009 4:13:46 PM PDT by Cindy
SNIPPET: “Is Tsedkon that I told you there was a large wedding ... and soon ..”
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