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THIS DAY March 13

Posted by Shiva on March 13, 2009

March 13, 2009: Luton, Britain. A moslem fanatic who yelled vile abuse at British soldiers just back from Iraq has been suspended from his job as a baggage handler at Luton Airport. .

Ahmed was pictured on the front page of yesterday’s Sun holding a banner which read “Butchers of Basra” during the protest. He works for Menzies Aviation and has access to security-sensitive areas at Luton airport.
John Geddes, group company secretary of Menzies Aviation, said today: “We can confirm that Jalal Ahmed is a contracted employee of Menzies Aviation. He is not a full-time employee and has a zero hours contract. “All employees are subject to a five-year criminal record check and airport authority checks before they can be given an airside pass to work on the airport.
Jalal Ahmed passed these checks. “Menzies Aviation has safety and security as its number one priority at all times.
We are carrying out a full internal investigation and until such times as this is complete we have rescinded Jalal Ahmed’s airport pass and he will not be offered any work with us.” A source said last night that Ahmed had already been told not to come to work for a few days “for his own safety”

Well that is the good news, the down side is the fucker will get social benefits
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March 13, 2009 Rabat, Morocco – In spite of the new family law promulgated in Morocco in 2004, setting the lawful age for getting married at 18 years, the number of underage girls getting married is rising.Out of the 33,710 marriage requests involving underage girls made in 2007, the courts granted 33,560, or 94%. In the same year the total number of weddings involving minors was 10.3% of the total. Moroccòs Justice Minister Abdelwahed Radi considers the figures a positive sign.
To the House of Representatives he said that “the fact that a certain number of them is refused (6%) shows that not all are approved automatically”. Radi quoted figures to support his case, saying that in 2007 the courts granted wedding requests for 1,900 girls of 15 years and 156 of the age of 14. “In these last cases” the minister said “the requests were accepted due to the particular social circumstances”.
Associations of women’s rights are less optimistic than the minister. According to the Democratic League of Women’s Rights “the context of the investigation by the judges does not allow the girls to freely express their opinion before their family and fiancé”. According to Rabia Naciri, president of the Democratic Association of Moroccan Women, men who marry a second woman circumvent the law through a widely accepted religious wedding and the court therefore has no choice but to bless the wedding.

March 13, 2009. Los Angeles, USA. Britneys Spears’ ex-boyfriend may be deported to war-torn Afghanistan. Paparazzi photographer Adna Ghalib has been charged with three serious offences – assault with a deadly weapon, battery and hit-and-run – after allegedly using his car to mow down a man attempting to serve him a restraining order in Los Angeles a few weeks ago. Brummie Adnan, 36, faces SEVEN years in a tough US jail if found guilty of the crimes. After doing his time he would then automatically be deported from America to the Middle-Eastern country because he is listed as an Afghani in legal documents. Though he was raised in the UK, Adnan was born in Afghanistan and lived there until the age of five.
The alleged incidents happened on February 11 when a court-appointed process server visited Adnan’s flat and tried to hand him legal papers detailing a restraining order filed against him by Britney’s dad Jamie. The process server said that Adnan ran him over and he ended up clinging to the bonnet of the snapper’s motor. Adnan then reportedly fled the scene, leaving the process server with cuts, scratches and a broken wrist.
Adnan, who started dating superstar Britney at the end of 2007, handed himself in to police this week and was thrown into the LAPD Van Nuys jail. Bail was set at $160,000 and Adnan stumped up the cash to get him free until his court hearing on April 2. An LA police source told The Sun: “The country of citizenship listed on the legal files is where someone convicted of a serious crime will be deported to, whether they hold a Green Card or not. March 13, 2009. Dudley, Britain. A restaurateur has been spared time behind bars after he carried out a sex attack on a customer’s nine-year-old son.
“This was a dirty little act,” Judge Michael Mott told 26-year-old Rafiqul Islam, who runs the Balti Palace at Merry Hill. “When families take their children out to a restaurant they do not expect them to be assaulted by a member of staff.”
Islam admitted sexual assault and was given a nine month prison sentence suspended for a year and also made the subject of a 12 month supervision order. He was further ordered to pay £1,600 costs at Wolverhampton Crown Court and was barred from working with children under 18 years of age.
Gerald Bermingham prosecuting said the boy had gone to the restaurant with his father who was on a staff Christmas outing. The child broke the zip on his trousers on a visit to the toilets and, when he returned, he sat with another boy on a sofa.
Islam then sat on the other side of the child and slipped his finger into the open zip, said Mr Bermingham. Rashad Mohammed defending stressed the incident only lasted a second or two and he said Islam was extremely embarrassed by his actions which were deeply regretted. On This Day Since 9/11
March 13, 2008: Saydabad, Afghanistan. Taliban bombers kill a local cop.
March 13, 2008: Terak, Pakistan. A civilian is killed by a Taliban bomb blast.
March 13, 2008: Mogadishu, Somalia. Jihad Warriors fire into a Medecins Sans Frontieres transport vehicle, killing two guards and injuring medical volunteers.
March 13, 2008: Mosul, Iraq. A Christian archbishop is killed while in the captivity of Muslim militants.
March 13, 2008: Bossaso, Somalia. Suspected Islamists assassinate a government official.
March 13, 2008: Baghdad, Iraq. Eleven innocents are blown to bits by Jihad car bombs in the heart of a commercial district.
March 13, 2008: Zab, Iraq. A suicide bomber kills three Iraqis.
March 13, 2008: Kabul, Afghanistan. A Fedayeen suicide bomber murders six civilians along a city street.
March 13, 2008: Bur Haqaba, Somalia. Three police are killed at point-blank range in a brutal Mujahid attack.March 13, 2007: Spin Boldak, Afghanistan. At least five people are killed when Islamic radicals set off a bomb along a city street.
March 13, 2007: Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan. Two people, including a teacher, are gunned down in separate sectarian attacks.
March 13, 2007: Mogadishu, Somalia. The 12-year-old son of the president is killed in a mortar attack by Islamic militias.
March 13, 2007: Sheik Sufi, Somalia. Islamic militias fire shells into a neighborhood, killing three civilians.
March 13, 2007: Baghdad, Iraq. At least thirty people are killed in six separate bombing and shooting attacks by Islamic terrorists.
March 13, 2007: Lashkar Gah, Afghanistan. A suicide bomber murders at least one other person.
March 13, 2007: Saada, Yemen. Twelve Yemeni soldiers are killed in a clash with radicals Shias
March 13, 2007: Mosul, Iraq. Eighteen victims of sectarian violence are found over a 48-hour period.
March 13, 2007: Borianwala, Pakistan. A young woman and her lover are gunned down by her father and brothers in an honor killing.March 13, 2006: Baghdad, Iraq. Three civilians, including a child, are killed by two terrorist bombings.
March 13, 2006: Miansheen, Afghanistan. Religious extremists attack a police post, killing five officers.
March 13, 2006: Kandahar, Afghanistan. The Taliban execute four Albanian cleaning-company contractors that were abducted a day earlier.
March 13, 2006: Comilla, Bangladesh. An Islamic militant sets off a suicide blast to avoid arrest. A mother and two children are blown apart as well.
March 13, 2006: Ganderbal, India. After keeping him in captivity for two days under harsh conditions, the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen hang an abducted civilian.
March 13, 2006: Tikrit, Iraq.March 13, 2005: Hilla, Iraq. Muslims kill two American security contractors with a roadside bomb.
March 13, 2005: Mosul, Iraq. Sunni Jihadists kill a police officer’s wife and two young children then shoot three other policemen attending the funeral a day later.March 13, 2004: Tikrit, Iraq. Four U.S. soldiers are killed while on security duty by two roadside bomb attacks in Tikrit and Habbiniyah.
March 13, 2004: Tebessa, Algeria. Four Algerian soldiers are killed in an attack by Islamic fundamentalists (Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat)March 13, 2003: Rajouri, India.Four people, including a 6-year-old boy, are killed and thirty more injured by a bomb planted on a bus in Kashmir by an Islamic group.
March 13, 2003: Poonch, India. Islamic militants open up on a civilian vehicle, killing two and wounding five others, including an 18-month-old baby.
March 13, 2003: Bombay, India. Islamic hardliners responsible for blast on a commuter train that kills eight women, two men and leaves more than 55 injured on the tenth anniversary of another series of Islamic bombings that killed two-hundred-fifty-seven and injured more than 1000.March 13, 2002: Morha Kuthyani, India. A civilian and his son are shot to death by radical Muslim
March 13, 2002: Nowshera, India. Islamic rebels rape a Hindu woman before killing her and her son. The bodies are left in the forest.

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On This Day Before 9/11

March 13, 1994: The Islamic Group attacked a tourist boat off al-Badari Island in Egypt. Their excuse this time was that it was in retaliation for the massacre of Bosnia’s Muslims. While there was no connection of any kind between Bosnia and the tourists aboard the cruise ship, the alleged “Bosnian Muslim massacre” never actually occured. The event had been staged to make Serbs look bad just as Hizballah would do in Lebanon to make Jews look as if they were targeting civilians.March 13, 1994: A grenade was tossed into the British Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon.March 13, 1993: In Kuwait, two time bombs exploded near the Holiday Inn Hotel in the al-Farwaniyah section of Kuwait City. Muslims wanted to thank America for liberating them.March 13, 1989: Two seedless red grapes in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania were said to contain traces of cyanide. This prompted a ban on all imported Chilean fruit in the U.S.Ten days earlier, the U.S. and Japanese embassies in Santiago had received telephone warnings asserting that exported Chilean fruit products had been contaminated. Canada, Hong Kong and Japan placed embargoes on the produce, costing Chile about $3 million a day in lost exports. Ultimately the terrorist contamination cost Chile an $300 million in lost sales.

On March 14, a caller to Radio Cooperativa in Chile claimed credit for the poisoning in the name of the unknown “Israeli Ultranationalist Movement.” The caller stated that the sabotage was intended to harm the United States, because that country “closed its ears to the Israeli warnings against the U.S. decision to hold talks with PLO leaders.”.

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There are certain signs that show the types of poisons that lead to the end of life. Cyanide blocks the messages from the brain to the muscles by changing body chemistry in the central nervous system. Even the “involuntary” functions like breathing and heartbeat get mixed neural signals. It is a painful death, breath coming in spurts. The other muscles spasm, limbs twist and contort. The facial muscles draw back into a deadly grin, called “cyanide rictus
March 13, 1988: In Nigeria, three Saudi diplomats were wounded when masked jihadists shot them during an ambush outside a hotel in Lagos. Pro-Iranian theocracy Shiite terrorists associated with AMAL were responsible.

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