Who’s Behind The Bombings In London Town?
Khadija Abdul Qahaar – Jihad Unspun July 8, 2008
For most anyone tuned into world events, it could be said that it was only a matter of time before the United Kingdom was the target of a major retaliatory attack, specifically due to the proportionate role Britain has played in the murders of Afghans and Iraqi’s and its blind support for Bush’s so-called War on Terrorism. That said, it appears that this mornings events may not be the handiwork of Al-Qaida.
While Al-Qaida was quickly blamed for the attacks that killed at least 45 people and wounded another 300 when three bombs exploded on the London Underground train network and a fourth detonated on a double-decker bus during Thursday’s morning rush hour, there appears to be many holes is the so-called official statement released by the "Secret Organization of al-Qaida in Europe". The previously unknown group circulated a claim of responsibility shortly after this morning attacks, a copy of which was received by JUS however this statement has some glaring errors in it that indicated to us that this material did not likely come from Al-Qaida. JUS translates Al-Qaida statements daily in order to bring readers the other side of the war of “terror” and there are many problems with this so-called official statement.
To begin with, Al-Qaida statements come first to Arabic press not from BBC and Reuters. This statement first appeared the in mainstream press and was subsequently picked up by Arab press, which breaks rank with ever other statement Al-Qaida has ever issued officially. This fact alone should make the validity of this statement suspect. Secondly, the Arabic grammar used in the so-called claim of responsibility is incorrect. Al-Qaida statements have a consistency in the Arabic language that is written in their Mother tongue. Maybe most importantly, is the incomplete and incorrect ayahs from the Quran used in this alleged statement. While grammar could for arguments sake be overlooked, incomplete and incorrect versus from the Quran is something the brothers of Tawheed or Holy Warriors who live and die by the word of Allah know intimately. In the ayahs quoted, they simply would not make these mistakes.
Some four months ago, rumors of a strike in the UK first began surfacing at the time when Omar Bakri Muhammad, head of the recently disbanded Al Muhajiroun group declared Britain Dar al-Harb (Land of War) that sent outrage through the British population, including Muslims. While some have jumped to the conclusion that Bakri and his new “Saved Sect” were either directly or indirectly involved in this mornings attacks, it is unlikely that this man, who clearly enjoys the convenience of living in London and the benefit programs the country has supplied him with, would intentionally topple the apple cart for a room without a view at Belmarsh.
While it may emerge in the coming days that Al-Qaida is behind this attack, it won’t be on the basis of the current claim of responsibility that is circulating that appears to be simply wannabe’s looking for their five minutes of fame. Whatever the investigation may eventually reveal, public support for a war that Britain’s never wanted to begin with will surely rapidly unravel.
Stay tuned on this one. (JUS)
Also see: AL QAEDA WEBSITE TRACKS BACK TO ... MARYLAND???
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