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Originally posted by HIFIGUY
And even if its not internal, how in the heck did an Al Qaeda site get a DNS server in the US without being detected? Again...if its true.
One interesting place to look for reactions to the atrocities in London is the British version of the "Indymedia" flagship web site of the anarcho-fascist movement. It was crawling with articles that insist that al-Qaeda is innocent of the bombings and being blamed for them because the conservatives need a patsy. Some postings claimed they were placed there by the CIA. Others went to lengths to clear al-Qaeda. Then there are the postings claiming that the bombings simply serve Blair’s interest in silencing the Left and their Islamist allies, and insisting that Blair’s people placed the bombs. And of course the postings blaming the bombings on the Jews or Israelis. John Pilger showed up on the site to blame Blair for the bombs: "They are 'Blair's bombs', and he ought not be allowed to evade culpability with yet another unctuous speech about 'our way of life', which his own rapacious violence in other countries has despoiled."
Originally posted by DJJ
me myself thought that at about the same time me thinking with the possible collapse of the ID cards this could trigger a stronger argument to introduce them
Originally posted by HIFIGUY
Given the odd circumstances in Blairs involvement during the WMD scandal, somehow it wouldnt suprsise me at all. Remember the man with the mysterious death? Wasnt Blairs involvment investigated? Anyhow, on a gut reaction, I dont think he was involved.
[edit on 13-7-2005 by HIFIGUY]
Born on December 15 1982, at St Luke's Maternity Hospital in Bradford, Tanweer lived all his life in the Beeston area of Leeds. His father, Mohammed Mumtaz Tanweer, was born in Pakistan and owns a fish and chip shop near their home on Colwyn Road.
Neighbours described Tanweer as a "good Muslim" who lived with his parents, his younger brother and two sisters in their semi-detached white pebbledash house.
He reportedly attended Wortley High School before moving on to Leeds Metropolitan University. The sports science graduate was said to have loved cricket. His friend Mohammed Answar, 19, said they played the sport together only last week.
"It's not in his nature to do something like this, he's is the type of guy who would condemn things like that," said Mr Answar.
Tanweer had reportedly travelled to Afghanistan and Pakistan within the last six months, prompting fears he may have attended an al Qaeda training camp. Sources said there was "strong" forensic evidence linking him to the blast on the Underground train near Aldgate.
HASIB MIR HUSSAIN:
It was the disappearance of Hussain on the day of the attacks that provided one of the vital clues which led police to Leeds. The 19-year-old was reported missing by his mother at 10.20pm on Thursday after failing to return home from London.
He had told his parents that he was going to the capital on the day of the bombings with friends.
Hussain lived with his parents in the Leeds suburb of Holbeck, where a three storey red-bricked terrace house in Colenso Mount was searched. One neighbour said the family had lived in the house for more than 20 years.
The man, who asked not to be named, said: "The lad was born here. He lived here all his life. They were very, very nice people. We all knew them but I wouldn't say I knew them well. They were just a very nice family."
Hussain reportedly attended Matthew Murray High School and apparently became very religious two years ago. His driving licence and cash cards were found in the mangled wreckage of the number 30 bus, which blew up in Tavistock Square and caused 13 deaths.
MOHAMMED SADIQUE KHAN:
The third man to be named as a suspect came from Dewsbury in West Yorkshire. Of Pakistani origin, the father-of-one was married to Hasina and their baby girl is thought to be about eight months old.
Khan, 30, originally lived in Beeston but moved to Lees Holm in Dewsbury about five months ago.
Neighbours said he worked with disabled children while his wife was involved in education. His mother-in-law, Farida Patel, lives with her son Arshad nearby, in a house which was also believed to have been raided by police.
Neighbour Sara Aziz, 28, said: "I noticed police outside and saw the lady who lived there come out with a baby. They seemed a right quiet couple. He goes to the gym. The reason I say that is because I've seen him carrying a bag over his shoulders some mornings. I saw him last week."
Documents belonging to Khan were found in the debris of the Edgware Road blast.
Originally posted by Seekerof
Britain's Unholy Alliance