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Sunday, 27 September 2009

Birmingham school produces anti British extremist


This traitor was a year below myself in the culturally enriched Wash wood Heath School, which i mentioned in my first post. He managed to escape the police when they took his handcuffs off so he could enter a mosque to pray. If he is still alive and is caught, would not the death penalty (for treason) be justified? ic1male

http://www.sundaymercury.net/news/midlands-news/2009/09/27/birmingham-terror-suspect-linked-to-secret-al-qaida-training-camp-66331-24789439/

Birmingham terror suspect linked to secret Al Qaida training camp

Sep 27 2009 by Ben Goldby, Sunday Mercury
Rauf

MI6 officers have uncovered a new terror training camp which may have been run by “dead” Brummie Al Qaida terror suspect Rashid Rauf.

New evidence recently emerged that the alleged mastermind behind a British-based plot to blow up transatlantic airliners was alive, despite US claims that he was killed in a predator drone bombing last year.

Now intelligence officers in North Western Pakistan have uncovered a major new training centre for jihadists, which reports suggest was the brainchild of Birmingham-born Rauf.

The base, one of the biggest terror training centres in the troubled Afghan/Pakistani border region, was discovered in the densely populated Punjab province.

A leaked report from the security services says the camp, in the town of Bahawalpur, has become a site for indoctrination and terror planning for foreign men training in Pakistan.

“This summer thousands of jihadists have been brought there to be mentally prepared, then sent to Afghanistan,” the MI6 report says.

The size of the recruitment camp is believed to have prompted Pakistani intelligence services to place the Brummie fifth on their top 10 most wanted terror list, adding to rumours he is still alive.

The CIA had claimed to have killed the baker’s son, 28, in a missile attack on a Taliban target in the border region of Waziristan in November 2008.

But other US intelligence sources are convinced Rauf – said to be the brains behind the liquid bomb plot to kill thousands of transatlantic airline passengers – is alive.

He has not been confirmed dead by Pakistani authorities and video footage taken by the US drone aircraft that launched the missile attack is inconclusive.

His family, who still live in Ward End, Birmingham, have also consistently denied that he is dead.

The former Washwood Heath High School student has been linked to a number of failed terror plots, including a plan earlier this year to attack a shopping centre in Manchester on Easter Sunday.

Rauf fled to the tribal areas of North Western Pakistan in April 2002 as West Midlands Police tried to question him over the murder of his uncle, Mohammed Saeed, in Alum Rock.

He married a relative of Maulana Masood Azhar, the notorious founder of Kashmiri terror group, Jaish-e-Mohammed, in 2003.

Intelligence reports claim he took an active role in planning terror “spectaculars” and was the ringleader of the liquid bomb plot.

Although charges against Rauf over the transatlantic plot were later dropped, he was held by Pakistani police as detectives in Birmingham sought his extradition over his uncle’s murder.

But he escaped custody after Pakistani guards allowed him to pray in a roadside mosque while being transferred from prison to court and he disappeared back to the Waziristan region.

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