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  1. On Jihadica Sayf al-’Adl and al-Qa’ida’s Historical Leadership by Vahid Brown
    Another reason for Zawahiri to be pissed, I'm beginning to think of him as a Takfiri version of Gordon Brown.

    The new boy will no doubt want to make a splash.
  2. Grumblegrunt

    Grumblegrunt LE Book Reviewer

    Zawahiri is probably quite happy for someone else to poke their heads up to be shot at while he enjoys the ladyboys in goa.
  3. Looks like more of a stoat the baw kinda guy to me.
  4. What's that mark on his forehead? Is it a laser dot?
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  5. Someone forgot to clean the mosque floor.

    Any truth he lives in a council house next door to Sandhurst RMA?
  6. maguire

    maguire LE Book Reviewer

    is it me, or do these religious types all look a bit downsy? not quite the full plate of (halal) sandwiches?

    in other news - Activists condemn Islamophobia | London Glossy Magazine

    'Muslims and anti-war campaigners have gathered to condemn what they see as a rising tide of Islamophobia in Britain and the rest of Europe.
    Supporters including Kenza Drider, who has deliberately defied the niqab ban in her native France, came to London Muslim Centre in east London for the event.
    Speaking through an interpreter, she said she wanted to “denounce the rise of Islamophobia in France”.

    Ms Drider continued: “By putting this ban into place the government has encouraged racist people to physically threaten woman who wear the niqab.”
    She says has been threatened with a knife for wearing garment, which covers a woman’s face apart from her eyes.

    Chris Nineham, spokesman for event organisers the Enough Coalition Against Islamophobia, said a group of women campaigners from the UK plan to visit Paris in the next few months wearing the niqab as a gesture of solidarity.
    The conference was attended by representatives from the Stop the War coalition, veteran left-wing politician Tony Benn and British campaigner Aisha Alvi.
    She was suspended from school for wearing a headscarf in 1989.

    Mr Nineham said: “This event is to discuss the seriously worrying developments in Europe and Britain whereby Muslim communities are being scapegoated and demonised. In France, Belgium and Switzerland laws are being passed to systematically discriminate against Muslims.”

    He called for an overhaul of the British legal system, including anti-terror laws, as well as the way housing is allocated, to combat such discrimination in the UK.' why not denounce it in france then? or are you worried the gendarmes will give you a good shoeing?

    and as for such discrmination...ever stop and wonder **why** people sometimes look askance at followers of the 'religion of peace'?
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  7. Hawhaw I see what you did there, very good. Hopefully they won't turn the video cameras off before he prepares for his swim this time.