Skip to comments.Two British terror suspects killed in US drone strikes in Pakistan
Posted on 11/18/2011 5:02:00 PM PST by Free ThinkerNY
Two young British men have been killed in US drone strikes against suspected militants in Pakistan's tribal belt, according to reports from the country.
The pair, both Muslims from London, are reported to have been killed in separate drone strikes two weeks apart in South Waziristan.
One of the men has been named as Ibrahim Adam, 24, who fled from the UK with his brother four years ago, while both were the subject of control orders. The second is said to be Mohammed Azmer Khan, 38, the brother of another British Muslim, Abdul Jabbar, who was killed in a drone attack last year.
The Foreign Office was unable to confirm the deaths on Friday but said: "We are aware of reports and looking into them further."
Adam's father said: "We can confirm that we have heard that our son has been killed in a drone strike."
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Two young British men.......
Im sure they were as British as Simon Templar.
Only 2 billion to go.
They didn’t see themselves as British but only Muzzie.
You might say that they are BINOs. British in name only.
Except that their names are’t British either.
Whatever happened to Jolly Old England?
Good News..144 new virgins now employed.
Ibrahim Adam, Mohammed Azmer Khan
I believe they are descendants of 11th century Norman families.../s
And I hope this sends a message to that muzzie creep Anjem Choudary and all his shovelbeard followers in Londonistan.
BTW, how did the drone know their names and their country of origin? Just askin’.
I just fear it doesn’t send any message at all to the illegal muzzies that are already safely here in NJ...those are the ones that got us, and continue trying.
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There’s no such animal as an Islamic Englishman. The English would do well to keep that in mind as they consider their immigration policy.
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