Four 21/7 bomb plotters get life

 BBC News 

Four men convicted of the 21 July bomb plot have been jailed for life, with a minimum tariff of 40 years each.

Muktar Ibrahim, 29, Yassin Omar, 26, Ramzi Mohammed, 25, and Hussain Osman, 28, were found guilty on Monday.

How I befriended a Glasgow bomb suspect and Islamic radical

Former extremist Shiraz Maher recalls his friendship with Bilal Abdulla

Times on Line 

When I saw the name of Bilal Abdulla – one of those arrested in connection with suspected bomb attacks – in the news, I recognised it immediately, although it took me a while to be completely sure. This was the same Bilal I had known when I was a student at Cambridge – a time when I had become a radical Muslim.

Car bombs are linked with Iraq’s Al-Qaeda

Times on Line 

AT least one of the suspects being quizzed over the alleged plot to set off car bombs in Britain was in recent contact with Al-Qaeda in Iraq, senior security officials said yesterday.

Eight Al Qaeda fanatics working for the police in UK (but they don't dare sack them)

Daily Mail 

Up to eight police officers and civilian staff are suspected of links to extremist groups including Al Qaeda.

Some are even believed to have attended terror training camps in Pakistan or Afghanistan.

Kidnapping of a Nun in Alexandria

On Friday, May 11, 2005, a ministry leader in the Church of St. Mary and St. Mina of Kng Mariout, Al-Amreya, asked sister Aeyda Adel-Kamal, also known as sister Neimah (approximately 18 years of age) to browse the local shops and purchase party supplies for the Sunday school classes. After the given instructions, sister Neimah left the church following what she has been told.


45 Muslim doctors planned US terror raids

Daily Telegraph 

Ties that bind terror car bomb suspects

Airport attack doctor was known extremist

A group of 45 Muslim doctors threatened to use car bombs and rocket grenades in terrorist attacks in the United States during discussions on an extremist internet chat site.

More doctors held in Britain

Washington Times 

The educational achievements of the suspects in the car-bomb attempts is in sharp contrast to the men that carried out the deadly July 7 transit bombings two years ago.

Three admit inciting terror acts

 BBC News 

Three al-Qaeda-linked men have admitted inciting terrorist attacks against non-Muslims on websites and in e-mails.

Younes Tsouli, 23, of west London, and Waseem Mughal, 24, of Chatham, Kent, changed their pleas on Monday.

Terror suspects all linked to NHS, 8 Doctors so far

 BBC News 

Eight people arrested in connection with failed car bombings in Glasgow and London all have links with the National Health Service, the BBC has learned.

'An antidote to Fox': Iran launches English TV channel

The Guardian 

Report of Glasgow attack says event staged by Britain to discredit Muslims

The Guardian

A screen grab from IRNA TV, Iran's new state-run English-language 24-hour news, shows presenter Yvonne Ridley
A screen grab from IRNA TV, Iran's new state-run English-language 24-hour news, shows presenter Yvonne Ridley, a former Sunday Express journalist who converted to Islam after being captured by the Taliban in 2001

'Terror ringleader' is brilliant NHS doctor

Daily Mail 


Dr Mohammed Asha: Arrested on the M6

Five Doctors Held Over terror Attacks

Sky News 

Five doctors are now being held in connection with the recent attempted terror attacks - one is an Iraqi doctor who trained in Baghdad.

Bilal Abdullah is detained outside Glasgow airport
Bilal Abdullah is detained outside Glasgow airport

Nicked: Terroist Doctor and wife in a burka

The Sun 

THE suspected ringleader of a plot to unleash a blitz of car bombs on Britain is an Iranian doctor arrested with his burka-clad wife.

Neurologist Dr Mohammed Asha, 26, and his wife, 27, were dramatically held as they drove on the M6 in Cheshire with their two-year-old son.

Two Terror Suspects Are Hospital Doctors

Two of the five terror suspects being held in the wake of the failed car bombings in London and Glasgow are hospital doctors working in the UK.

Police confident in bombers hunt

 BBC News 

Glasgow and London are becoming "ever clearer", the UK's top counter-terrorism officer has said.

Deputy Assistant Commissioner Peter Clarke said he was "absolutely confident" of uncovering details of the attackers' methods and network.

UK terror threat now 'critical'

BBc News 

The UK's national terrorism threat has been raised to its highest level after an attack on Glasgow Airport was linked to two car bombs found in London.

Glasgow airport

Two men were arrested after ramming a burning car into the airport's main terminal, a day after police thwarted two attempted bombings in the capital. 

Bomb Designed To Cause Devastation

Report: 6-year-old recruited as suicide bomber
'When they first put the vest on my body I didn't know what to think'

6-year-old Juma Gil (Courtesy
CBN News)

Shocked American and Afghan troops are affirming the story of a 6-year-old boy who says he was recruited by the Taliban for a suicide bomb attack against U.S. soldiers.

Al Qaeda in Egypt Leader Calls for Attacks On Women and Children

Blogs ABC News June 25, 2007 11:53 AM

Hoda Osman and Maddy Sauer Report:

Alqaedainegy_mn_2 The Egyptian militant who leads the group he calls "Al Qaeda in Egypt" has called for his followers to launch attacks in Egypt to "strike against all Zionist-Crusader targets" there, including women and children.

Internet spreads terror to Britain

 Sunday Telegraph 

It is 11pm on Tuesday and Omar Bakri Mohammed's loyal band of followers hunch over computers and laptops at secret locations across Britain to listen to his defiant message to the west.

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