NHS doctor on Jihad?

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  1. NHS doctor led Syrian terror cell that took British journalist hostage | Mail Online

    How hard would it be to track this guy down?

    Seems he's been a bit flippant with PERSEC.

    So we're looking for a 25 - 35 year old doctor, who has been off work for a bit, not seen around the area for a bit, and has a wife and kid...

    And I'd imagine so are the naughty people, he could get a lead sleeping pill for being so blatant.
  2. Well he might:

    A. Be thick, most medics are built for golf not logical thought
    B. Be lying
    C. Be working for HMG
    D. Not giving a toss as the Syrian army will be making a shahid of him shortly, though he sounds quite perky
  3. Cannot get link to work. (Problem loading page etc)

    Can anyone post the gist of this please.

  4. Maybe he is chuffed to bits to be on his way to 72 raisins.
  5. Intelligence sources in the Middle East are reported as saying that the doctor is now operating under heavy disguise.
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  6. [h=1]Find terrorist NHS doctor: MI6 lead hunt for extremist on sabbatical from London hospital who held British journalist captive in Syria[/h]
    • British-born doctor was senior member of heavily-armed militant gang that held two photographers captive at a camp in war-torn Syria
    • Medic told captive John Cantlie he took leave from his post at a leading London hospital to wage 'holy war'
    • Extremist - who has a wife and child in Britain - intends to return to a job in the NHS when he leaves Syria
    Intelligence services were last night trying to trace an NHS doctor who was part of a terror cell that kidnapped and shot a British photographer in Syria.
    The AK-47-wielding medic is part of an extremist gang that held veteran war photographer John Cantlie and a fellow western journalist hostage for a week.
    A heavily bearded Islamic fanatic, he told his prisoners he had taken a sabbatical from his NHS job to wage a ‘holy war’ in Syria.
  7. Given the levels of bulls**t jihadis are prone to I wouldn't be surprised if the 'doctor' was actually a hospital 'porter'.
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  8. There something of a history of MD's in the Takfiri movement, that and engineering students.
  9. Ignoring the Daily Hate spin... we have a NHS professional taking leave to treat injuries amongst people of his faith
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  10. Not the NHS setting up its Syrian operation then.
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  11. WTF :shock:

    “eodmatt” . . . where on earth ( . . . the inter-web), did you find that ? =|

    You didn’t go “searching” for it . . . did you ? :pl:
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  12. He was probably in Earls Court when he saw it.
  13. FHA

    FHA LE

    Ironic really. Waiting rooms in British hospitals are full of Jihadis, waiting to get treated by NHS doctors.
  14. He might actually get a commendation for his work! Wait and see what side we decide to jump in on!
    Another potential VC for a locum RAMC Doc!
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  15. Someone sent it to me a couple of years ago and I've been saving it for the right moment. :)
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