MILFs in Basra!!

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  1. Posted 25 Sept 06 on some CT blog

    British troops have killed Omar al-Faruq, major Al Qaeda operative, in Basra. Al-Faruq, a Kuwaiti, has been described as the most senior Al Qaeda figure in southeast Asia and a key link to Indonesia's Jemaah Islamiah. He was captued in Indonesia in 2002 and was one of four terrorists who escaped from the Bagram air base prison near Kabul in June 2005. Al-Faruq set up the first Al Qaeda training camp in Southeast Asia in Mindinao (Philippines) with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) in 1994. In 1998, he went to Indonesia and later took credit for the 1999 bombing of a mosque there (to trigger Christian attacks against Muslims) and the Philippine ambassador's house in Jakarta. The al-Faruq arrest has been described as one of the outgrowths of the arrest of high-ranking Al Qaeda leader Abu Zubaydah in March 2002.

    On March 31, 2005, Zachary Abuza wrote here that, "The links between the MILF and Jemaah Islamiyah, a regional affiliate of Al Qaeda that is responsible for three major terrorist attacks in Indonesia since October 2002, are clear and convincing. MILF offered JI training facilities in its camps in the 1990s; and several hundred JI members were trained by Al Qaeda operatives including Omar al-Faruq, Omar Al-Hadrani and al-Mughira al-Gaza'iri. The number of Indonesians in MILF camps, however, has decreased dramatically in the past few years."

    This is a significant kill for which the British deserve lots of credit. The fact that al-Faruq was killed in Basra, presumed center for Iraq's Shiites and where Sunni insurgents are definitely not welcome, is fascinating and troubling. Hopefully British, Iraqi, and American intel are working overtime to learn why he was there, how he traveled there, and his means of support. It's not difficult to imagine that his presence in the area was discovered by Shiites and passed to the British, which would explain why they used 200 troops in the pre-dawn raid in which they killed him. The British Major in charge of the operation is quoted as saying, "We tracked this terrorist down to Basra, where we identified that he was in a particular house in the center of Basra and we launched the operation in the early hours of this morning." The BBC reports that al-Faruq "had been tracked across Iraq to Basra." The AP reports that "al-Farouq entered Iraq three months ago, was known to be an expert in bomb making and went by the name Mahmoud Ahmed while in Basra." Sounds like they had lots of help from inside and possibly outside Iraq, perhaps from a variety of intel sources.
  2. It made me larrf.

    Terror cell leader:
    'Hmm, I can see that you are keen. If you had to describe yourself, in as few words as possible, what camp would you say you bat from?'

    'I'm proud of being a MILF. Where ever I go, people know I'm a MILF by the clothes I wear and the way I walk. People think, blimey, he's a MILF and a half! Thats me in a nut shell.'

    Terror cell leader:
    'Riiiigggghht. Youre a MILF. OK. Have you had any run ins with the authorities?'

    'There is a group of Americans I believe called MILF Hunters. I Googled MILF HUNTER and got an interesting site pop up. Give it a go.'

    Google MILF Hunter (NSFW) and you'll see what I mean.
  3. There's always the JAM fighters. "JAM fighting has SPREAD over southern Basra" "There is a good spread of JAM over this area" etc...
  4. JAM in SE Iraq? I always wondered what Paul Weller was doing there. Probably some gay anti-war demonstration - the left wing tw@t!
  5. Latest "intel" says JAM are going underground......

  6. Sorry, but nothing tops the 'Former UCK' which operated in Kosovo in 2000.
  7. and i thought the anti coaltion forces acf was a silly term. f uck :D
  8. Underground? Is that where they buried all the rifles they stole from a posh English public school?
  9. daz

    daz LE

    Narh, they just left them "down in the tube station at midnight" :D
  10. Thats entertainment! :D
  11. You'll read all about it in the News of the World! :lol:

    Sorry :oops: