Flashback: When al-Qaeda's Emir in UK Was Arrested in Manchester

Remember Umar Rabie?

It turns out that al Qaeda's "emir" in Britain, "Sheikh Umar Rabie al-Khalaila", is a guy in his early 20s from the Manchester area. You may remember him from the threat he made against Gordon Brown back in January on al-Ekhlaas and other forums.
Nine years later.... Manchester....

So the shocking thing is that its went on this long.

Posted by: Howie at 08:45 PM

Comments

1 A lot of people in Manchester, include most of the
police and politicians, know the leaders of
the invasion. They know what mosque the
bomber went to and what iman inspired him to
jihad. Oh look, someone set fire to that mosque...
not very well, according to the picture is saw.
The door will have to be replace but there's no
real harm. Just enough picturesque damage
to make the poor muzzlums look oppressed.
Enough to fool fifty-one percent of the voters and
keep the police guarding the mosque instead
of storming it.
Look at the Manchester City Council Homepage.
They are concerned with the victims exactly
as if people had been harmed by excessive
snow fall or an earthquake.
Like nail bombs are natural causes.
--- http://www.manchester.gov.uk/ ---
Also with recycling.
The City of Manchester is willing to respond
with great force if you do not recycle,
or if you have anything bad to say about izzlam.

What i mean is that these muzzlums are weapons.
Smelly, rapacious weapons.
The governments wielding the weapons are not
going to disarm themselves.

Posted by: Storm Saxon's Gall Bladder at May 24, 2017 08:29 AM

2 Yes, it look like Muslims are using Mohammad's famous "Wing Attack Plan R" again.
For those who not know ....Here is outline of Wing Attack Plan R:

1. Slaughter Infidel
2. Vandalize Self or Mosque.
3. Call CNN to come, report on Vandalism.
4. Lay low until time to repeat #1.



Posted by: KIM at May 24, 2017 10:55 AM






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