Sunday, 4 May 2014

Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight - Interrogation of Terrorists

Of course there's no evidence that the missing Malaysia Airlines flight is due to terrorism committed by Muslims but 11 terrorists with links to Al Qaeda are reportedly being interrogated. I'd advise the interrogators to show the terrorists the following video of Sheikh Abdal Hakim Murad teaching Sharia does not allow terrorism:

The suspects were arrested in the capital Kuala Lumpur and in the state of Kedah last week and are members of a violent new terror group said to be planning bomb attacks in Muslim countries.
The interrogations come after international investigators, including the FBI and MI6, asked for the militants, whose ages range from 22 to 55 and include students, odd-job workers, a young widow and business professionals, to be questioned intensively about Flight MH370.  [Source]

Christians having dreams and converting to Islam:


Anonymous said...

British soldiers may not hold their enemies in Afghanistan as prisoners for longer than 96 hours because to do so would breach their human rights, a judge ruled yesterday.

It means that Taliban chieftains captured by British troops must be freed to fight again within four days.

The judgment – which followed claims brought by four Taliban commanders now held in Afghan jails – alarmed military chiefs and politicians.

They believe soldiers should not be asked to fight and die on the battlefield according to the letter of human rights law.

The 117-page High Court ruling by Mr Justice Leggatt means that the European Convention on Human Rights, and the UK’s Human Rights Act, which made the convention part of British law, apply wherever British troops are fighting.

The judge said that by detaining Taliban leader Serdar Mohammed for 106 days beyond the legal 96-hour limit, Britain had breached his right to liberty.

Taxpayers will now have to pay compensation running into tens of thousands to Mohammed and three other captives involved in the case.

The ruling also opens the way for many other Afghan detainees to sue for compensation, with British law firms likely to be queuing up to help them.

There will also be high legal costs for the taxpayer. Two legal firms represented the Taliban prisoners on no-win no-fee deals, and the case involved 11 barristers. The MoD is likely to face a six-figure bill.
The case revolved around the arrest and detention of Serdar Mohammed in April 2010.

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Anonymous said...

The suspects were arrested last week in Kuala Lumpur and in the state of Kedahm and, according to the Mail, are members of a new group planning attacks in Muslim nations.

The suspects had been identified by both the FBI and MI6 a​s​ pe​rsons​ of interest and​ are ​reported to be​ members of a new terror group said to be planning bomb attacks in Muslim countries.

At the same time, it was revealed yesterday that MH370 was carrying cargo which had not been listed on the official manifest. One consignment included 200kg of lithium batteries - already a restricted cargo - but had a total declared weight of 2.45 tonnes. One company spokesperson involved in the shipment stated to Malaysia's The Star that the nature of the cargo could not be disclosed. Another official with the airline described the missing cargo as radio components and chargers, but this is not indicated on the documents already released