Monday, 16 July 2012

Manchester Al Qaida Terrorist Recalled To Prison


Eyes Of A Terrorism Habib Ahmed

A Muslim extremist fanatic who was convicted of terrorism charges back in 2008 and sentenced to 10 years prison was released on licence after serving a mere, just under 3 years of his sentence, has been now recalled because of breaching his early release conditions.

Ex taxi driver Habib Ahmed 32 of Cheethamhill Manchester, was serving sentence for being an active member of the terror group Al Quida, and the possession of documentation of terror related purposes, Habib was found to be attempting to smuggle coded secret books to the UK, which held contacts, and phone numbers to key figures to the terrorist underworld, and was the key to any potential UK terrorist massacre.

Greater Manchester Police, and special branch officers, from the UK secret services intercepted Habib’s plans to attempt to bring the two secret books heading from Pakistan via Dubai with plans, foiled police Habid was discovered with dairy’s wrote in invisible ink containing details of senior Al Qaidia terrorist’s, described at Manchester Crown Court as a ‘Terrorist contact booklet’ It is also believed Habib downloaded a document called “a study of assassination” and looked up bomb-making techniques, and also checked the addresses of ex-Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon, military bases and senior policemen.

Rangzieb Ahmed With Bomb Buddy Habib Ahmed


Habib was also jailed with his assailant from Rochdale man Rangzieb Ahmed, who was the first ever terrorist to be jailed in the UK, Ahmed was also handed a jail sentence for the minimum if 10 years for directing terrorist activity within the main land.

Part of extremist Habibs early release licence was strict conditions and observation’s from Greater Manchester Police, the licence was quickly breached it has been established that Habib was held after he began worshipping at an unauthorised mosque and bought an unauthorised mobile phone.

Mr Mercer, an ex-Army colonel, said: “We have a terrorist released unusually early from prison and what does he do? He says ‘Thank you’.

“It’s a blunder by the licensing board and questions must be asked why they deemed him fit to be free after three tenths of his sentence” Mr Mercer concluded.

Gary Tumulty Salford British National Party Organiser also said “The first question I would like to know is what an unauthorised mosque is?

“It is total madness to let a known terrorist be let out of prison we have the biggest single event to hit the UK shortly. The Olympics which some of the events happen to take place in Manchester, The authorities have breached the publics safety by allowing such a person to walk the streets, who would be only to happy to cause a massive atrocity to this country.

“There is no real deterrent in this legal system with, he should be deported or hung, I just hope the people who have dumbed down the legal system in this country get their comeuppance, because when the British National Party take control of this country we will hold every single one of them accountable for their actions, that have destroyed this country” Gary Concluded.

It is believed Habib was arrested at the home of wife Mehreen Haji, 31, where he was staying who coincidently was arrested on back in September 2006 and charged with supplying 4,000 pounds to Habib Ahmed "knowing or having reasonable suspicion that it would, or might be used for the purposes of terrorism".

Police also claimed the pair were members of Al-Muhajiroun, the Islamic militant group founded by radical Muslim cleric Omar Bakri Mohammed who was then serving a jail sentence for inciting terrorism.
Mehreen Haji was cleared of two counts of arranging funding for the purposes of terrorism, there was not enough evidence to support the police claims which allowed her to walk free from the court.

Habib Ahmed will now face a hearing to see whether he must serve the rest of his licence behind bars. No date has been announced, but rest assured the British National Party will be following this case very closely.

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