Skip to comments.Detroit terror attack: bomber linked to Muslim extremist (by MI5 in 2005 in London)
Posted on 12/29/2009 11:25:54 PM PST by SmartInsight
The Detroit bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab was linked to a Muslim extremist under surveillance by MI5 while he was living in Britain, it has emerged.
The connection was discovered after record checks by MI5 following the attempted suicide bombing on Christmas Day by Abdulmutallab on a US-bound plane.
It is feared he had been involved with other extremists while he was a student at University College, London between 2005 and 2008.
It has also emerged that the bomber wrote of his desire for Muslims to ârule the whole worldâ by carrying out a âgreat jihadâ in internet postings four years before he tried to carry out a suicide bomb attack on a passenger jet.
(Excerpt) Read more at telegraph.co.uk ...
PC has to go -- it kills innocent people.
Also — he spent 3 months in Yemen back in 2005! — that’s over 4 years ago! So it’s not like, gee, we only found out about this guy a few weeks ago.
“He wrote the blog in 2005, when he was still a student at a British-run boarding school in west Africa. It has also emerged that he went on to attended a three-month Arabic summer school later that year in Yemen”
Whats his damn name? Hakuna Matata- what?
Dudes, if your gonna be our enemy, we gonna pass a law....like dudes it will be like you get a different name....dudes the law will say you only get one syllabel ok.
Soooo dudes, obama eh I mean osama bin laden, dude that cats name will be ....like SUCK. Yeah like that.
So this latest underwearterrorist dude, his name will be like eh - STANK yeah. So underwearterrorist dude’s new name will be STANK.
On a side note, if Detroit actually did have a terror attack, how would you know?
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