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  • Joe Sestak: The CAIRdidate

    10/29/2010 8:25:30 AM PDT · by combat_boots · 1 replies
    Atlas Shrugs ^ | 29 Oct 2010 | Pam Geller
    Do you want Muslim Brotherhood operatives serving in the Congress? Sestak is in the pocket of Hamas-linked Muslim Brotherhood CAIR, and I have been reporting on this evil axis since 2007. He is lying about his ties to CAIR. What does that tell you? Art Moore over at WND: 2nd Sestak scandal days before election Unindicted terrorist co-conspirator leader claims to have hosted home fundraiser for Democrat Since his election to the House in 2006, Democratic Senate candidate Joe Sestak has fended off strong criticism of his relationship with the Council on American-Islamic Relations, a federally designated terrorist co-conspirator shown...
  • Alleged Mata Hari of Al Qaeda Could Provide 'Treasure Trove' of Intelligence

    08/13/2008 8:34:11 PM PDT · by newbie2008 · 12 replies · 210+ views
    When she was arrested in Afghanistan last month, Aafia Siddique allegedly had in her possession maps of New York, a list of potential targets that included the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, the subway system and the animal disease center on Plum Island, detailed chemical, biological and radiological weapon information that has been seen only in a handful of terrorist cases, as well as a thumb drive packed with emails, ABC News has learned.
  • Feds: Al Qaeda Mata Hari Wanted To Poison Pres. Carter

    08/13/2008 1:33:31 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 34 replies · 100+ views
    Feds: Al Qaeda Mata Hari Wanted To Poison Pres. Carter Federal Sources: Siddique Wanted to Use Biological Agents to Contaminate Pres. Carter's Water By RICHARD ESPOSITO and BRIAN ROSS August 13, 2008 Long before Aafia Siddique was arrested in Afghanistan last month, allegedly in possession of a list of New York targets and chem-bio weapons information, she had allegedly developed a plot, however improbable or amateurish, to kill Presidents Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush and to attack the White House. Siddique plotted to use weapons that included biological agents to contaminate former president Carter's water, according to multiple federal...
  • Alleged Mata Hari of Al Qaeda Could Provide 'Treasure Trove' of Intelligence

    08/12/2008 3:37:10 PM PDT · by STARWISE · 65 replies · 491+ views
    ABC News ^ | 8-12-08 | Richard Esposito, Brian Ross
    Aafia Siddique Had a List of Targets in New York & Chem-Bio Weapons Information in her Possession When she was arrested in Afghanistan last month, Aafia Siddique allegedly had in her possession maps of New York, a list of potential targets that included the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, the subway system and the animal disease center on Plum Island, detailed chemical, biological and radiological weapon information that has been seen only in a handful of terrorist cases, as well as a thumb drive packed with emails, ABC News has learned. That haul of information has led multiple government sources...
  • Threat Matrix: October 2007

    10/02/2007 7:01:23 PM PDT · by nwctwx · 1,021 replies · 9,337+ views
    Al Qaeda 'Re-Emerging' in Pakistan Sanctuaries The U.S. military said Tuesday it expected Al Qaeda to continue its "re-emergence" in sanctuaries in Pakistan's tribal areas from where it supported attacks in Afghanistan. Sanctuary was provided to Al Qaeda and Taliban rebels after Islamabad signed a peace deal with militants in a desperate attempt to quell the unrest in its federally administered areas in September 2006, a U.S. military official said. The militants called off the deal in July this year after Pakistani security forces raided a radical mosque in Islamabad where rebels had massed. Dozens were killed in those...
  • "Our son is no terrorist, just a young Muslim" (THE family of Mohammed Atif Siddique)

    09/22/2007 1:13:44 PM PDT · by CHEE · 29 replies · 437+ views
    The Scotsman - Scotland's National Newspaper Online ^ | September 22, 2007 | MICHAEL HOWIE
    THE family of Mohammed Atif Siddique, the Scottish student convicted this week of al-Qaeda terrorist offences, have come together to tell of their heartache and their anger at the way he has been treated. They described how their son adopted a stricter Islamic way of life, a change that fractured their close relationship and ultimately led to his conviction. But they insisted Atif - who faces at least ten years in prison - was not a terrorist and that his actions were similar to those of thousands of ordinary young Muslims seeking answers about al-Qaeda and the "war on terror".
  • Glasgow student 'planned to join Canada plot'

    09/17/2007 2:32:44 PM PDT · by fanfan · 7 replies · 108+ views
    The Telegraph, UK. ^ | BST 17/09/2007 | Auslan Cramb
    A British born Muslim student found guilty of Islamist terrorism offences was a "wannabe suicide bomber" who police believe could have been planning to take part in alleged al-Qa'eda attacks in Canada. Mohammed Atif Siddique has been found guilty on four separate terror charges Siddique will be sentenced on Oct 23 Mohammed Atif Siddique, 21, who has been described as Scotland's first homegrown terrorist, provided instruction on weapons and booby-trap bomb making over the internet, and showed videos of beheadings and suicide bombers to fellow students at the Glasgow Metropolitan College. The small town shopkeeper's son told friends that Osama...
  • Student guilty of terror offences

    09/17/2007 9:31:55 AM PDT · by UKrepublican · 7 replies · 109+ views
    Student guilty of terror offences 2 hours ago A British-born Muslim student faces up to 15 years in jail after he was found guilty of a series of Islamist terrorism offences. Mohammed Atif Siddique, 21, from Alva, Clackmannanshire, provided training material on booby-trap bomb-making and threatened to become a suicide bomber. A jury at the High Court in Glasgow took almost nine hours to convict him of possessing and distributing a range of terrorist material via websites and providing instructional material about guns and explosives over the internet. During the trial, which lasted almost four weeks, Siddique was branded a...
  • Terror accused was 'model pupil' (Scottish student)

    08/22/2007 3:22:04 PM PDT · by Caledonia2007 · 8 replies · 277+ views
    BBC ^ | 22 August 2007
    A student on trial accused of terror offences has been described as a "model pupil" by a former teacher. Mohammed Atif Siddique, from Alva in Clackmannanshire, is facing a total of five charges, which he denies. Former deputy head teacher at Alva Academy, Alexander Donoghue, said the 21-year-old had an excellent attendance record and was respectful to staff. The charges against him include possessing articles useful to a person preparing for an act of terrorism. The jury at the High Court in Glasgow heard Mr Siddique was a pupil at the secondary school between August 1997 and March 2002, where...
  • Ex-Londoner’s diary of Jihad: A portrait sprinkled with Holy Quran verses and epithets

    08/08/2005 10:08:40 PM PDT · by ttsmi · 7 replies · 376+ views
    Printed on sheets of paper from Mr Siddique’s computer, in mostly capital letters, its 35 pages are sprinkled with British slang, profanities and verses from the Holy Quran. Entries from the diary were shared with The New York Times by a Pakistani security official who insisted on anonymity because of the delicacy of the investigation. Across the top of its first page is a quote from the Holy Quran: “The greatest tests are truly to be soon alleviated,” the report said. While denying involvement in the two plots, Mr Siddique has told interrogators that he spent the last two years...
  • Khan made trips to Niger, Sudan

    02/23/2004 8:27:58 PM PST · by piasa · 14 replies · 1,072+ views
    The Times of India ^ | SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2004 | CHIDANAND RAJGHATTA
    WASHINGTON: The famous African explorer Dr David Livingstone might have been impressed, even if the agenda was suspect. Pakistan’s disgraced nuclear proliferator-hero Abdul Qadeer Khan traversed the breadth of Africa in his hey day as a nuclear salesman , going to as romantic a getaway as Casablanca in Morocco and as remote an outpost as Timbuktu in Mali.   US officials might dearly like to get hold of Khan’s travel agent, or simply his itinerary, since he seems to have pretty much charted his own course during his profligate proliferating days. According to accounts now surfacing in the Pakistani media,...
  • Jihad-Supporting Prof Calls US 'Great Deceiver' - (this is beyond merely "outrageous"!)

    07/12/2005 6:51:27 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 27 replies · 1,072+ views
    GOPUSA.COM ^ | JULY 12, 2005 | SHERRIE GOSSETT
    A journalism professor at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, who previously described the United States as the "Great Deceiver," is criticizing the "attempt to involve U.S. Muslims in London guilt," a reference to the July 7 terrorist attacks in England that killed at least 52 people and may have been the work of al Qaeda. Dr. Kaukab Siddique, who also teaches English at the university named for Abraham Lincoln, is warning readers in his New Trend online magazine not to try to "appease the people in power by subservience, or 'uncle tomming.'" The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), one of the...