Tuesday, July 03, 2007

UK Terrorist group is a Jihadi Code Blue Cell of Doctors

The Code team of Jihadi Doctors include 2 Iraqi, 1 Palestinian born in S. Arabia with Jordanian papers, 2 with Indian Papers with one nailed in Australia with a 1 way ticket to Pakistan, 2 Saudi Medical Students and a Jordanian Lab Technician female married to the Palestinian Neurologist.
From the
Independent.co.uk Online Edition: Home
However, the police believe Dr Abdulla(the Iraqi Kurd) and Dr Ahmed(Iraqi) were the most active members of the cell and those tasked with carrying out the attacks. The two men lived what was considered uneventful and normal lives in Glasgow and Dr Abdulla made efforts to fit into the local environment attending Glasgow Rangers football matches. According to the security agencies the two men arrived in London last week driving the two Mercedes saloons. Dr Abdulla is said to have been subsequently identified by an employee of an establishment in Haymarket, where the two cars were parked. Unconfirmed reports say that he was also photographed by a CCTV camera in the area.
The two men are said to have returned to Glasgow before the discovery by police of the second Mercedes saloon.
Dr Abdulla and Dr Ahmed, it is claimed, had been planning to carry out an attack on Glasgow. Realising that the police were in the process of tracking them down, they decided to bring it forward. It is believed that having failed to carry out explosions remotely in London they decided to use " manual" methods in Glasgow, ramming the vehicle, a green Jeep Cherokee, into a terminal.
Shiraz Maher, a friend of Bilal Abdulla and a former member of controversial Islamic group Hizb-ut-Tahir, told Newsnight: "He supported the insurgency in Iraq. He actively cheered the deaths of British and American troops in Iraq. One of his best friends had been killed by a Shia militia tank while he was at medical school. He was clearly very angry about what was happening. But to say it was just all about Iraq or foreign policy is mistaken. It feeds off a much wider ideological infrastructure."
  • Mohammed Jamil Abdelqader Asha, 27
    • Born: Saudi Arabia
    • Arrested: M6 near Sandbach Services, 30 June.
    • Graduated from Jordan University's medical school in 2004 and arrived in Britain in the same year to undertake a postgraduate qualification at Birmingham University. He joined North Staffordshire Hospital 12 months ago and was planning to return to Jordan - a flight was planned for 12 July.
  • Marwa Danna, 27
    • Born: Jordan
    • Arrested: M6 near Sandbach services, 30 June.
    • Thought to have been a lab technician at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital where Mohammed Asha, her husband, had worked. She moved to Britain with him soon after their marriage. Her husband indicated to the family from whom he rented a house in Newcastle-under-Lyme that she had suffered racist abuse in Shropshire. Arrested with him.
  • Medical Student, 28
    • Born: Saudi Arabia
    • Arrested: Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley 2 July.
    • The suspect had completed his training last month at the hospital and been told he could look for a qualified post. He was arrested in a joint operation by officers from Strathclyde Special Branch and Scotland Yard's Counter-Terrorism command. He was in a room in an accommodation block used for students and doctors on night shifts.
  • Muhammad Haneef, 27
    • Born: India
    • Arrested: Brisbane, 2 July.
    • After completing medical studies in Bangalore in 2002, he worked at North Cheshire NHS Trust at Halton Hospital, Runcorn, until 2005. Moved to Gold Coast Hospital, Queensland, last September. Regarded as a "model citizen " with "excellent references". He had not resigned before heading for Brisbane airport to fly to India. Arrested over a phone call to a suspect in Britain.
  • Medical Student, 25
    • Born: Saudi Arabia
    • Arrested: the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley, 2 July.
    • The unnamed suspect was seized by armed police in an accommodation block set apart from the main hospital building and used to house staff. It is thought the man was part of a regular intake of graduate students at the hospital, one of the biggest in the Glasgow and Clyde region.
    • Khalid Ahmed
    • Born: Iraq
    • Arrested: Glasgow airport, 30 June.
    • Seen dousing himself in petrol after jumping from the Jeep that smashed into Glasgow airport. Believed to have shared a house in Renfrewshire with Dr Abdullah. It is now believed that he was in Piccadilly, London, on the night of the abortive nightclub plot. He remains in a critical condition in Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley.
    • Sabeel Ahmed, 26
    • Born: India
    • Arrested: Liverpool, 1 July.
    • Like Dr Haneef, worked for North Cheshire NHS Trust, at Halton and Warrington, and is thought to have lived at Hatherley Street, Toxteth. Neighbours say he was married. It appears he had no involvement in local mosques. He lived six doors from the largest mosque in Liverpool - al-Rahma - but worshippers do not know him.
  • Bilal Talal Abdul Samad Abdulla, 27
    • Born: Iraq
    • Arrested: Glasgow airport 30 June.
    • Passenger in the Jeep that smashed into Glasgow airport on Saturday. Worked as a locum house officer at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley. Qualified from Baghdad University in 2004 and was granted a licence to practice in the UK in August. Rented a house in the nearby village of Houston
Dr. Bilal Talal Abdul Samad Abdulla is a kurd from Iraq and was registered in 2004 until August 2007 and trained in Baghdad in Diabetes so I guess he is an Endocrinologist.
From the Scotsman:
  • It is understood that British intelligence is searching for links with Ansar al-Islam, a militant group based in northern Iraq and loosely linked to al-Qaeda, who have previously operated in Britain.
  • The most disturbing scenario being explored by intelligence officers is that those behind the London and Glasgow plot had been sent to Britain by a terrorist network, with the specific intention of carrying out terrorism here.
  • There may be a precedent for such an alarming situation. In the autumn of 2005, following an MI5-led surveillance operation, police arrested several Iraqi men in raids in London and the West Midlands. None of those arrested were ever charged, but MI5 believed they were members of Ansar al-Islamin and in the final stages of preparing terrorist attacks in Britain.
  • He is a Kurd per ABC News
Apparently US sources have also suggested radical Al Qaeda affiliated Kurdish group Ansar al-Islam would have a motive for an attack on Britain, as they have been driven out of its northern Iraqi stronghold and into Iran after the overthrow of Saddam. Many of its fighters have since returned to Iraq to carry out a series of suicide and car bombings, the report continues.  
A Terrorists expert in quoted in the Guardian about these Doctors Terrorist
  • ``People often assume that terrorists are poor, disadvantaged people who are brainwashed or need the money. But the ones who actually perpetrate violence without handlers and manipulation are highly intelligent by necessity,'' said Magnus Ranstorp, a terrorism expert at the Swedish National Defense College in Stockholm.
  • ``It's only the smart ones who will survive security pressures in a subversive existence. Sometimes they are doctors, a profession that provides a brilliant cover and allows entry to countries like Britain,'' he said in an interview Tuesday.
Intelligence sources tell CBS News that the people behind the attempts were directly recruited by Abu Hamza al-Muhajir, the present leader of the terror group's Iraq franchise.

Sources say that al-Muhajir recruited people for the plot between 2004 and 2005, while they were living in the Middle East, upon orders from then-al Qaeda in Iraq leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.

Al-Muhajir was told to recruit young men who could easily move into Western countries, assimilate and lay low until the time came to attack. Britain has a fast-track visa program for medical students which makes it easier for them to enter the country.

Coalition Forces Apprehend Doctors, Prevent Terrorist Clinic

WASHINGTON, Sept. 21, 2005 – Coalition forces have captured two key terrorist medical doctors, dealing a serious blow to al Qaeda attempts to establish treatment facilities for terrorists in Iraq, military officials here announced this week.

Best I can do without Nexis Lexis. 
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