Skip to comments.Dad is a coward, a hypocrite and he deserves to rot in jail [Abu Hamza]
Posted on 07/27/2006 1:11:06 AM PDT by vimto
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that is a great post. I would urge you to sharpen it up and send it to the press. Try Private Eye in the UK.
LOL! Oh, man....my stomach.
It's from a Danish blog. I'm sure it's getting around fast. Such as here-->>> http://littlegreenfootballs.com/weblog/?entry=21783_Denmark_Celebrates_Diversity#comments
Thanks, I had a look at the Blog. It defies belief dosn't it?
He should not be issued Charmin in jail!
He has hooks where his hands would be. Better than sandpaper!
Great catch. Thanks. How long before this clown is seen in Denmark lighting up the flag?
I think this "Mohammed" he took is this Mohammed below, the convicted terrorist who was found working on the Tube in the UK:
London Underground is today accused of an appalling security blunder for allowing Abu Hamza's son to work on the network.
Mohammed Kamel Mostafa, 25, from Wembley - a convicted terrorist - was given a security pass and access to restricted areas.
He worked as a labourer at nights and weekends for a sub-contractor despite having spent three years in a Yemen jail for plotting to blow up British tourists. His father is serving seven years for inciting murder and racial hatred at London mosques. ------ "Terrorist who plotted to blow up Britons given pass to work on Tube ," The Daily Mail ^ | 31st October 2006
...and in the Entertainment News:
ON THE NET...
"I love Britain not terror, says son of Abu Hamza"
The Times ^ | November 15, 2006 | Sean ONeill
Posted on 11/15/2006 12:03:57 AM PST by Mrs Ivan
ARTICLE SNIPPET: "Mr Kamel said: Me and my friend went to Yemen. Our intention was to do a course. The only reason I got in trouble was because there was a lot of media things happening with my dad. He devoted the three years that he spent in prison to further study of the Koran and now plans to become a Muslim rap artist. I havent got anything against anyone, he said. Thats my message and peace."
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