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  • Ex-Guantanamo Detainee Moazzam Begg Arrested by Terror Police

    02/26/2014 4:09:40 AM PST · by Cindy · 4 replies
    BBC NEWS ^ | 25 February 2014 Last updated at 12:48 ET | n/a
    SNIPPET: "Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg is among four people who have been arrested on suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offences, police have said. Mr Begg, 45, who was held by the US authorities for almost three years, was arrested earlier with two other men and a woman in the West Midlands. He was detained on suspicion of attending a terrorist training camp and facilitating terrorism overseas." SNIPPET: "Mr Begg was arrested in Hall Green in Birmingham. The other people arrested - a 36-year-old man from Shirley, a 44-year-old woman and her son, 20, both from Sparkhill - are being...
  • Good News, Bad News (Part 1 of 2)

    11/19/2013 1:08:36 AM PST · by BlueDragon · 15 replies
    Truth for Life; Bible teaching ministry of Alistair Begg ^ | November 18, 2013 | Alistair Begg (podcast)
    My Times are in Your Hands A study of God's Faithfulness in Affliction Sometimes pain is the result of bad decisions, but there are times we suffer through no fault of our own. Alistair Begg looks to the story of Joseph to find instructions on how to handle unfair circumstances. Hear the message, Good News, Bad News, on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg. [no transcript at web site -- my apologies]
  • GUN CONTROL: IGNORANCE IS A DISEASE (Video)

    03/06/2013 12:40:15 PM PST · by servo1969 · 3 replies
    YouTube.com ^ | 3-6-2013 | tnoutdoors9
    Published on Mar 6, 2013 - Comments on continuing efforts to restrict the 2nd Amendment, focusing on the Senate Judiciary Hearing, SH-216, February 27, 2013. During that hearing, chaired by anti-gun proponent Diane Feinstein, some of my ballistic test footage was shown by Dr. William Begg. I needed to post a response to his testimony, and highlight that the true roots of gun violence are being ignored. Dr. Begg called for "real gun research". My point is that the research is already there, just disregarded by those with the authority to develop a relevant plan that creates objective solutions to...
  • Enemy No. 1: Anwar The American

    02/08/2010 4:58:39 PM PST · by Kaslin · 2 replies · 239+ views
    Investors.com ^ | February 8, 2010 | INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY Staff
    War On Terror: Upstaging Osama Bin Laden as the most dangerous man in the world may be an American recruiter for al-Qaida: Anwar Awlaki. So why's he talking to Al-Jazeera instead of interrogators? The radical U.S.-born cleric Anwar Awlaki told the Arab TV network that he supported the failed Christmas Day airliner attack because "the American people have participated in all the crimes of their government." The turncoat added: "Some 300 Americans are nothing compared to the thousands of Muslims they have killed." Awlaki also advised the Fort Hood terrorist, whom he called "a hero." The two exchanged some 20...
  • Amnesty International and Jihad (Why is a human rights group working with a Taliban supporter?)

    04/16/2010 11:51:20 PM PDT · by Cindy · 2 replies · 340+ views
    Online.WSJ.com - Opinion Europe ^ | APRIL 14, 2010, 5:00 P.M. ET | n/a
    OPINION EUROPE APRIL 14, 2010, 5:00 P.M. ET "Amnesty International and Jihad Why is a human rights group working with a Taliban supporter?" SNIPPET: "Amnesty International defines itself as "a worldwide movement of people who campaign for internationally recognized human rights for all." So why is the organization working hand-in-glove with one of the Taliban's most notorious defenders? That's a question serious human-rights campaigners are asking themselves in light of Amnesty's curious collaboration with Moazzam Begg. Mr. Begg is a British citizen and former Guantanamo detainee who, following his release in 2005, wrote a memoir and became director of a...
  • Detroit terror attack: bomber linked to Muslim extremist (by MI5 in 2005 in London)

    12/29/2009 11:25:54 PM PST · by SmartInsight · 4 replies · 477+ views
    UK Telegraph ^ | Dec 30, 2009 | Duncan Gardham and Richard Spencer
    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 “rule the whole world” by carrying out a “great jihad” in internet postings four years...
  • Brit freed from Guantanamo cashes in on Xbox

    05/31/2009 9:18:18 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 14 replies · 761+ views
    thesun.co.uk ^ | May 31, 2009 | ANDREW PARKER
    A BRIT who spent two years in Guantanamo Bay as a terror suspect is cashing in with a computer game based on the US detention camp. Moazzam Begg, 41, will appear as himself in the Xbox 360 game, which could rake in 3million. Rendition: Guantanamo, due to go on sale in October, lets players control a detainee trying to shoot his way out. Begg, of Sparkhill, Birmingham, is shown in the game as head of an organisation helping the suspect to escape. Human rights activist Begg was thrown into the camp on Cuba in 2003 after the CIA held him...
  • Gitmo's 'Professor' linked to terrorism

    08/12/2007 11:07:48 AM PDT · by Enchante · 4 replies · 809+ views
    AP via Yahoo News ^ | 08/12/07 | BEN FOX
    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - After more than five years, the Pentagon revealed why it is holding a Saudi nicknamed "the Professor" at Guantanamo Bay, saying he once lived with a Sept. 11 conspirator and received a stipend from Osama bin Laden. Shaker Aamer's lawyer denies the allegations, made after British Prime Minister Gordon Brown last week requested the release of the Saudi, who has been an unofficial leader among the detainees, and four other former residents of Britain. The Bush administration, which has been urging other nations to accept Guantanamo prisoners amid international pressure to close the military jail,...
  • London Muslims plan protest against police anti-terror raid

    06/08/2006 10:38:16 AM PDT · by NeoOldCon · 16 replies · 726+ views
    HindustanTimes ^ | June 7, 2006
    London Muslims plan protest against police anti-terror raid Press Trust of India London, June 7, 2006 Anger at police treatment of British Muslims is growing in east London where people plan to hold a protest this weekend, with some even urging the community to stop cooperating with the authorities. Members of the area's large South Asian population feel they are being unjustly targeted by the police in the fight against terrorism. They cite a massive raid on a house in Forest Gate last Friday in which two British Muslim brothers were arrested, one of whom was shot. Both men remain...
  • Pentagon agreed deal to monitor freed four

    01/27/2005 4:45:18 PM PST · by 1066AD · 5 replies · 315+ views
    The Times (UK) Online ^ | 1/28/2005 | Sean ONeill
    January 28, 2005 Detention Pentagon agreed deal to monitor freed four By Sean ONeill, Richard Ford and Nicola Woolcock FRIENDS and relatives of the four Britons freed from Guantanamo Bay this week could also face intensive police monitoring, Charles Clarke, the Home Secretary, said last night. People sharing an address with any of the four could be denied access to the telephone or internet and have to undergo body searches. Elaborating on powers announced by the Government this week, Mr Clarke said: I accept that an individual is different to a family but where there is an individual deemed to...
  • UK police release Guantanamo four

    01/26/2005 1:46:29 PM PST · by Cornpone · 117 replies · 2,604+ views
    BBC World News ^ | 26 Jan 2005 | BBC News
    The four British men who returned home from Guantanamo Bay on Tuesday have been released without charge by police. Moazzam Begg, Martin Mubanga, Feroz Abbasi and Richard Belmar were due to leave Paddington Green police station on Wednesday night, Scotland Yard said. They had been questioned by anti-terrorist officers in the UK after being held at the camp in Cuba for three years. The men had been accused by the US of having links to al-Qaeda. Family reunion They are now being reunited with their families at a location of their choice, police said. A Scotland Yard spokesman said: "Shortly...