Monday, May 16, 2011

"I'm not dead yet!"

To some he will live forever, others have already forgotten him.  In death, however bin-Laden holds sway for millions of jihadists, and his last message calls for a little "revenge from the grave".

Nice touch, Osama.

From the Mail Online May 15

London 'sleeper cell' told to carry out wave of terror attacks by Bin Laden before his death  

Terror: Bin Laden ordered the 'London Boys' to carry out a wave of attacks before he died
Terror: Bin Laden ordered the 'London Boys'
to carry out a wave of attacks before he died.

A group of terrorists who trained in Somalia returned to Britain to carry out a wave of attacks which were demanded by Osama Bin Laden before his death.

The gang, dubbed the 'London Boys', were taught by a top Al-Qaeda explosives expert in the war-torn country and include Reza Afsharzadegan, a former IT student from Ladbroke Grove, West London.

He is married with a child and moved to Britain as a young boy from Iran.
Leaked documents reveal how the 'sleeper operatives' were trained by an Al-Qaeda official who is wanted by the FBI with a £3m ($5m) reward for his capture.

The IT student and three other men, Mohammed Ezzouek, Hamza Chentouf and Shahajan Janjua, were rescued from Somalia in 2007 after they were imprisoned while trying to flee after the US ordered air strikes on Islamists who took over Mogadishu.

The Foreign Office spent tens of thousands of pounds on a jet to bring them home but the latest revelations will put them under the spotlight once again and raise questions about why they weren't put under further scrutiny.The news will also send a wave of terror across Britain as security is heightened after the recent death of Bin Laden and ahead of a state visit by U.S president Barack Obama.

Information obtained from Guantanamo Bay detainees also reveals that Al-Qaeda's African leader, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, also known as Harun Fazal, trained a number of Britons at a terror factory in Mogadishu.

He is wanted in the U.S for carrying out the attacks on the American embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998 in which 258 people were killed.

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