Muhammad Cartoon Danish Terror Plot Suspects Planned to Slit Journalists’ Throats Police Wiretaps Reveal

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Offices of the Jyllands-Posten Newspaper which published the Muhammed Cartoons

And, slit as many throats and as quickly as they could.
The goal of the attack was to shoot and kill as many people as possible within 20 minutes, according to recordings made by Danish security service PET and published on Monday in the Ekstra Bladet newspaper, according to Danish news agency Ritzau.

The three men traveled to Denmark during the evening of December 29th. They then met in an apartment on Mörkhöjvej in the Herlev neighbourhood near the Danish capital to discuss how they would attack the Jyllands-Postens newspaper.

In a joint prayer, one of the men said, “When the unfaithful are gathered, tie them up and cut their throats.”

Their goal was to shoot and kill as many as possible in a 20-minute time span. Following the prayer, the left the flat, but were then arrested by police. During a search of the premises, PET found automatic weapons, silencers, and heavy duty tape.

Last Thursday, the court in Glostrup decided that the three men from Sweden arrested in Denmark, Munir Awad, a 29-year-old Swede born in Lebanon, 30-year-old Swede Omar Abdalla Aboelazm and 44-year-old Tunisian national and Swedish resident Mounir Dhahri, should remain in solitary remand.

On Monday, the Attunda District Court north of Stockholm renewed a remand order for Sahbi Zalouti, a 37-year-old a Swedish citizen of Tunisian decent, who was arrested in Stockholm and believed to have been involved in planning the attack.

All four suspects deny involvement in planning any terror activities.

All for publishing the Muhammad Cartoons of which the one below is one.

Three Suspects in Muhammad Cartoons “Mumbai-Style” Terror Plot to Remain in Custody

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Offices of the Jyllands-Posten Newspaper which published the Muhammed Cartoons

A court in Denmark made the ruling today.

Three men suspected of plotting an attack on a Danish newspaper that published controversial caricatures of the Muslim prophet Mohammed in 2005 are to remain in custody, a court in Denmark ruled Thursday.

The suspects, aged 29, 30 and 44, are to be kept in isolation for a further four weeks, judges in Glostrup, near the Danish capital Copenhagen, ruled.

The three, who live in neighbouring Sweden, were arrested on December 29. At their initial court hearing they denied allegations they were planning to attack the offices of the Jyllands-Posten newspaper, but refused to make any further comment.

A 37-year-old man remains in custody in Sweden on suspicion of being part of the alleged plot, but he has rejected the charges.

Danish and Swedish police said they had cooperated closely in averting the possible attack and had been tracking the suspects for some time.

Stay tuned……


Muhammad Cartoon Danish Terror Plot Suspects Remanded into Custody

Muhammad Cartoons “Mumbai-Style” Terror Plot Foiled by Danish Intelligence

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Muhammad Cartoons “Mumbai-Style” Terror Plot Foiled by Danish Intelligence

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Offices of the Jyllands-Posten Newspaper which published the Muhammed Cartoons

An imminent terrorist plot against the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten who published the infamous Muhammed Cartoons was foiled today.
The Danish intelligence agency said Wednesday that it had arrested five men suspected of an “imminent” terror plot against the Danish newspaper that ran controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in 2005.

The arrests come only a couple weeks after central Stockholm was rocked by two explosions that Swedish police have deemed a terror attack. The plots in the two Scandinavian countries are unusual because the region has been largely removed, until now, from the terrorism concerns that grip much of Western Europe.

Three of the men linked to the plot in Denmark are Swedish citizens and one of the five men arrested was arrested in Sweden, the New York Times reported. The men are not connected with the attack in Sweden, in which only the bomber was killed.

he men arrested in Denmark are a 44-year-old Tunisian, a 29-year-old Swede born in Lebanon, a 30-year-old Swede, and a 26-year-old Iraqi asylum seeker. The man arrested in Sweden was a 37-year-old Swede with Tunisian roots, Agence France-Presse reported. The Copenhagen Daily reports that the arrests stem from collaboration between Danish intelligence and Swedish law enforcement in a long-term surveillance operation.

The cartoons, published in 2005 in the Danish daily Jyllands-Posten, featured caricatures of the Prophet, which are considered blasphemous by most Muslims and prompted anger and violent rioting in some Muslim countries.

The men planned to kill as many as possible in the building housing the newspaper, the Copenhagen Daily reports.

The New York Times account of the “Mumbai-style” attack is here.

This is not the first time the newspaper or Kurt Westergaard, the cartoonist who drew the Muhammed Cartoons.  Remember the Somali who was linked to Radical Islamic al-Shabab and al Qaeda who tried to assassinate Westergaard with an axe?

And, the attack in Sweden may have been linked to another controversial caartoon.

 …the e-mail threat connected to the attack references Lars Vilks, a Swedish cartoonist who drew caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad as a dog in 2007 in the Swedish newspaper Tidningarnas Telegrambyra, the Monitor reported.

    “Now, your children — daughters and sisters — will die like our brothers and sisters and children die,” the recording said, according to the Times. “Our actions will speak for themselves. As long as you do not end your war against Islam and the insult against the prophet and your stupid support for that pig Vilks.”

Of course, there was security in the building just as Westergaard had a “panic room” installed in his residence.

The Jyllands-Posten building was already under high security before the arrests, said Lars Munch, the director of the newspaper’s corporate owner, on the newspaper’s Web site. He called the plot “appalling” and said the newspaper was cooperating with Danish police in their investigation.

Prime Minister Loekke Rasmussen of Denmark told reporters that he was “shocked” by the attack.

“Regardless of today’s event, it remains my conviction that terrorism must not lead us to change our open society and our values, especially democracy and free speech,” he said.

And, here are the cartoons that have created this “EXCUSE” for terrorist activities.

And, all of this for what?

Cartoons of Muhammad


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