Skip to comments.Doctor accused of bomb plot planned in London and Glasgow were meant to scare not maim or kill
Posted on 11/12/2008 2:49:59 PM PST by Sammy67
An NHS doctor accused of the Glasgow airport attack today admitted planning to set cars on fire to give Britain a "taste of fear".
Bilal Abdulla, 29, an Iraqi, said he had wanted the incendiary devices to throw the spotlight back on the devastating effect of war on his homeland.
He branded the British government "democratically elected murderers" and said he wanted Muslims to escape oppression and leave Britain.
But Abdulla told Woolwich crown court in London that he knew the "horror and terror" of the July 7 attacks and had not wanted to injure or kill anyone.
Going into the witness box for the second day, Abdulla said he wanted to "bring the Iraq issue to life".
"I wanted the public to taste what is going on, for them to have a taste of what the decisions of their democratically elected murderers did to my people.
"I wanted to challenge the government's proposal that war brings peace, will bring peace to this country, that pre-emptive strikes will bring peace to this country.
"War brings only war and hatred. If you want peace, bring peace. If you want love, give love.
"We intended to bring a device that would give just a taste, the taste of fear. It would look professional, it was dangerous
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These 7th century criminals have been at war with each other for 1400 years, What a crock!
“and said he wanted Muslims to escape oppression and leave Britain.”
He seemed happy enough to live in England and collect a doctor’s salary.
Why didn’t he practice medicine in his homeland?
“he wanted Muslims to escape oppression and leave Britain”
Do you suppose any non-muslim Brits will agree with him?
Oh he will be let off with a warning.
If he was a white “racist”, which in the UK means any white person, he would be in real trouble if he said anything even slightly bad about Islam.
Shoot him in the head, just to scare him.
And he was setting bombs. He's condemned by his own words.
Hero John Smeaton: “Glasgow doesn’t accept this. This is Glasgow; we’ll set about ye.” And proceeded to kick the butt of one of them.
I'm not British, but I want Muslims to escape oppression and leave Britain, and leave America and the rest of Europe while they're at it.
“I was just joking”
When Muslims say that they are oppressed in Britain, they simply mean that sharia law is not in power, and that to them is “oppression”.
Oh is that all you meant to do, well then, you can go!
You do realize, of course, that the two words "democratically elected" are being used by him as an epithet.