Cyber-terrorists: Tariq Daour, Younis Tsouli and Waseem Mughal
A group of 45 Muslim doctors threatened to use car bombs and rocket grenades in terrorist attacks in the United States during discussions on an extremist internet chat site.
Police found details of the discussions on a site run by one of a three-strong “cyber-terrorist” gang.
They were discovered at the home of Younis Tsouli, 23, Woolwich Crown Court in south-east London heard.
One message read: “We are 45 doctors and we are determined to undertake jihad and take the battle inside America.
“The first target which will be penetrated by nine brothers is the naval base which gives shelter to the ship Kennedy.” This is thought to have been a reference to the USS John F Kennedy, which is often at Mayport Naval Base in Jacksonville, Florida.
The message discussed targets at the base, adding: “These are clubs for naked women which are opposite the First and Third units.”
It also referred to using six Chevrolet GT vehicles and three fishing boats and blowing up petrol tanks with rocket propelled grenades.
Investigators have found no link between the Tsouli chat room and the group of doctors and medics currently in custody over attempted car bomb attacks in London and Glasgow.
Interesting that these Islamic cyber-terrorists are internet talking about doctors commiting violent Jihad just as the London/Glasgow doctors attempt car bombing a London nightclub and a Scottish Airport.
Send these Islamofascists to prison and start BETTER controlling immigration including student visas.
Is there any doubt that Western security has broken down? Or perhaps the West is being to politically correct in dealing with countries that foster/sanction or excuse state sponsored terror on non-Muslim countries?
The next time the UK and America might NOT be so fortunate.
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