Thursday, October 19, 2006

7/7 Conspiracy?

Former MI5 agent, David Shayler, has said that the suicide-bomber Mohammed Sidique Khan doesn't match the profile of a terrorist. He told a local newspaper:

There's strong evidence that he was involved in terrorism. But he seems to have been involved in making explosives for use in places like Iraq and Afghanistan. He fits the profile of a resistance fighter rather than a terrorist. Resistance fighters take great pride in the fact that they do not target civilians.
Just to remind you all, Mohammed Sidique Khan led 3 other Muslims to blow themselves up on packed tube trains killing 52 innocent civilians. Or did he? According to Mr Shayler:
There's no evidence the London bombings were an inside job, but I think people need to exercise more critical judgement. The Home Office narrative is full of attempts to implicate these so-called suicide bombers.
This comes just two days after I reported that the Islamic Party of Great Britain, a supposed "moderate" group, had an article on their website claiming very similar things.