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Gruppen som kaller seg the Secret Organisation of al-Qa’ida in Europe er ikke ukjent fra før av, som det ble hevdet i går etter terrorbølgen i London. The Independent skriver at en gruppe «ved samme navn» dukket opp i forbindelse med terrorangrepene i Madrid i Mars i fjor.

A group, using the same name, claimed responsibility for the last major terrorist attack in Europe – the coordinated bombings of commuter trains in Spain on 11 March last year that killed 191 people. Two days after the blasts a video was found in a dustbin outside a mosque with a statement from Abu Dujan al Afghani, who described himself as the group’s spokesman.

Det var i uttalelsen til denne gruppen at Danmark og Italie ble truet. Al Qaida forsøker å gjøre britene og andre skyldige i terroren de utsettes for, og dette kjøper mediene villig. Angrepene mot USA i 1993 og 2001 skjedde uten Afghanistan eller Irak; sannheten er den motsatte av hva jihadistene beskriver: De angrep først, Afghanistan og Irak ble et resultat av jihadistenes krigserklæring mot vestlige samfunn og våre humanistiske verdier. Resultat: afghanerne befridd fra barbariske Taliban, irakerne bedfridd fra sin tyrann. Det er den samme ideologien som sprenger bomber blant sivile i Irak, som gjør det i London, Madrid, Bali, Casablanca, Jerusalem og i andre deler av verden. Det er den nye nazismen. Også Hitler ga jødene skylden for at de ble myrdet. Polakkene fikk skylden for å bli overfalt. Jihadistene skylder på samme måte på britene og Tony Blair for at de massakrere uskyldige sivile. Svaret må være: det aksepterer vi ikke, verken myrderiene eller at demokratiske ledere og vestlige land får skylden for krigen vår sivilisasjon utsettes for fra en så ekstremt destruktiv ideologi som jihadistene lever ut og sprer; nazi-islam.

«The heroic mujaheddin carried out a blessed attack in London, and now Britain is burning with fear and terror, from north to south, east to west. We warned the British government and the British people repeatedly. We have carried out our promise and carried out a military attack in Britain after great efforts by the heroic mujaheddin over a long period to ensure its success.»
The statement went on to warn the Danish and Italian governments that, «they will receive the same punishment if they do not withdraw their troops from Iraq and Afghanistan.»

There is (…) plenty of evidence of collusion between militants within Europe and Spanish police have claimed there are connections between the group which carried out the Madrid bombings and Britain.

Three men allegedly implicated in the Madrid bombings are said to have British links, including a Syrian living in London. His brother was arrested by police in Spain accused of sheltering some of the bombers and was also questioned about suicide bombings in Casablanca which killed 45 people.

Abdelkarim el Mejjati, also known as Abu Elyas, vanished from Spain a few days before the Madrid bombings and was sighted in London. He was convicted in absentia in Tunisia for the Casablanca bombings.

An alleged ringleader of the Madrid attack, Mustapha Setmarian Nassar, also Syrian-born, lived in north London in the late 1990s and is said to have been a visitor to the mosque at Finsbury Park. There had been sightings of him in London after the Madrid bombings, although US authorities, who have placed a $5m bounty on him, 2_kommentartain he is now in Iraq where he has established links with the Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the Jordanian-born militant who runs al-Qa’ida in Iraq.

Nassar is known to have associated with Abu Qatada, one of detainees released from Belmarsh in March this year, while he lived in London. Spanish authorities claim that Qatada, described by a British judge as a «truly dangerous» individual, also had links with Abu Dahdah, another Syrian living in Spain who was arrested there on suspicion of recruiting bombers.

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