Friday, August 11, 2006

The Suspects – An exclusive advance look at the terrorists who nearly committed carnage on an imaginary scale.

High Wycombe

As the police investigation into the terror plot unfolded yesterday, the main focus of attention was on two brothers who lived in a semi-detached ex-council house in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Their home in Walton Drive was raided by police in the early hours. ………..As word of their arrest spread, residents spoke of how the pair, both in their early 20s, seemed to shun local mosques and become insular after frequenting a local Islamic bookshop.
Phil Redfern, 26, a local builder and former acquaintance, said: "They used to come out and play football, but as they got older they got very secluded...There's a lot of Islamic bookstores popping up all over the place. It's different, the preaching down there."

Frequenting bookshops - now that is a sign of a true terrorist. They shunned local mosques but went to the bookstore instead! Bookshops are not noted for their sermons or prayer services and tend to be rather cramped for that kind of thing. Perhaps Mr Redfern knows how the preaching is different in a bookshop compared to the local mosque, but I have my doubts.
Zaffar Iqbal, a worker in the bookshop, said he knew the men's father…..He dismissed any suggestion that the brothers may have been radicalised at his shop. "This is not a munitions supplier, this is a bookshop," he said.

Bookshops tend to have literature of all different persuasions – a bit like a pick and mix sweet shop. Could the owners be interested in selling books and making money rather than reading all the literature and vetting it for potential inspiration for terrorism?
Another neighbour, Ashiq Rasul, also defended the brothers…. "These guys would never do any terrorism."
Half a mile away, other residents were seeking to come to terms with the arrest of another local man. They told how Don Stewart-Whyte became a changed figure a year ago when he converted to Islam. He lived quietly in Hepplewhite Close with his widowed mother. But former acquaintances said he had become less inclined to acknowledge his former friends and neighbours. "He grew a long beard and had shaved his head," one said. "The people he was hanging around with were different. Now he's with people who are religious. He doesn't speak to anyone around here since his conversion. We don't know what he does nowadays."

They are dangerous bunch these converters. You can’t trust ‘em. How dare he change his lifestyle and not frequent pubs and clubs with his former friends? Living quietly with his widowed mother is another clue. Why didn’t he make more noise? Could it be that the reason he became less inclined to acknowledge his former friends was that they looked at him in a funny way after his change of faith?
One neighbour of another unnamed suspect in Micklefield Road said the householder had caused some resentment by housing asylum seekers in his property until four months ago. Peter Whitelock, 77, who coordinates Neighbourhood Watch in the area, said: "There were people coming to the house at night-time, around midnight, almost every night."

Mixing with asylum seekers is dodgy business. Note the subtle link to the threat posed by asylum seekers promoted daily in our tabloids.
Another raid followed in nearby Folkestone Road at the home of Marylin Savant and her husband Ibrahim. On the electoral register are their sons Oliver and Adam, although neither of them lives there. Oliver, 25, was arrested elsewhere soon afterwards, but one family member said the experience had been terrifying for them all.
"Oliver is a just an ordinary family man who is expecting a new baby," said a relative. "He is a Muslim, he goes to the mosque but he is not the member of any organisation."
The relative said none of them had any idea why the arrest might have taken place and that Oliver's parents were blameless. "They are just two normal people. She is a bookkeeper and her computer was taken away. They are very upset and traumatised." Mrs Savant is believed to be of English origin while her husband was born in Iran.
A neighbour said Oliver, a former shopworker, had started growing a beard and wearing long white robes after converting to Islam in his teens. Another neighbour, Paul Kleinman, 66, a retired fireman, said he had known Oliver all his life. He said: "He was a very polite young man. I've known him since the day he was born. His dad invited me in for a drink. Oliver started putting on Muslim robes and growing his beard long a few years back."

Interracial mingling. Another sign of extremism. Mrs Savant ( related to The Marilyn Von Savant the American genius? ) would doubtless have been the financial organizer of Al-Qaeda in High Wycombe. These bookkeepers are not to be trusted especially if their sons grow a long beard. Let’s be grateful they hadn’t got around to buying any explosive baby milk for the unborn baby yet.
Two more arrests occurred soon afterwards in Stoke Newington. Two Bangladeshi men were arrested in their upstairs flat. "He had lived there for many years and was a very nice chap," a neighbour said of one of them.
"He was attacked by some youths and hit on the head with an iron bar a couple of years ago and he went into a coma. I think he's still recovering."

Being hit on the head with an iron bar and going into coma tends to radicalize people. They may pretend to be nice but something has activated a terrorist gene deep inside their brain.


In the Alum Rock area of Birmingham, two men were arrested in Belcher Road as detectives raided the offices of ACS Management Group. A 30-year-old builder who did not wish to be named said: "I heard some commotion so looked out of my back window and saw at least 20 police officers chasing a group of men over gardens of the houses to the rear of the shop." Neighbours reported seeing a lorry twice a week delivering unmarked packages. "There are a number of smartly dressed Asian and Somalian men who seemed to come and go at the property," one said.
He said the owners of the shop had erected a metal gate to restrict access to the garages at the rear and the business had changed names three times in the past year despite being staffed by the same people.
"The two Asian men who lived there had been there for years but kept themselves to themselves," he said.

If in doubt consult a local builder for expert knowledge on terrorism. All those unmarked packages delivered twice a week every week must add up to a fair bit of liquid explosive. The name changing obviously has nothing to do with a dodgy firm that declares itself bankrupt to avoid creditors and opens as a new business. That kind of practice is the exclusive MO of a terrorist operation. I’m pretty sure it will soon emerge that they didn’t pay any VAT, looked at child porn and had wads of cash under the mattress too.

Read the original here in The Gurniad


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