Best April Fools Prank


Britain to investigate Muslim Brotherhood

No shiite!

Prime Minister Dawoud Comoron orders probe of group’s activities in UK, citing its “alleged links to violent extremism”.

First of all he would have to rid himself of his sidekick, the Hiz-but Tahrir operative Sayeda Warsi. But it might take him another 10 years to figure  out that she is not a friend of the infidel nation state.

A spokesperson for Prime Minister David Cameron said on Tuesday that “given the concerns now being expressed about the group and its alleged links to violent extremism, it’s absolutely right and prudent that we get a better handle of what the Brotherhood stands for”.

The statement by Downing Street added that the government had not “kept pace” with the organisation’s ideas and values since it came to prominence.

Many members of the Brotherhood have moved to the UK after a crackdown in Egypt by the military-led government. The organisation’s press office is now based in north London… (More)

12 years to bring Abu Hamza to trial?

After Extradition Battle, London’s Finsbury Park Mosque Preacher Abu Hamza to Begin U.S. Terrorism Trial

After a decade-long extradition battle, Abu Hamza, the head preacher of North London’s Finsbury Park Mosque, will begin his trial in the U.S. on April 14 on charges of supporting global terror, the UKDaily Mail reported on Monday.

U.S. federal prosecutors will charge the fiery Islamist preacher, who has one eye and a hook for a right hand, with 11 counts of criminal terrorism going back to 1998 and occurring in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Mullah Krekar off to Germany?

From the Norwegian edition of The Local

Norway-based Islamic militant Mullah Krekar was questioned by German police on Monday over his role in forming an international terrorist network, Norway’s TV2 channel has reported.  According to the channel, Krekar was grilled in a special ‘terrorist court’ built in the Oslo district court for the trial of far-right extremist Anders Behring Breivik.

German police have already charged ten people in the case, which centres around an extremist off-shoot of Krekar’s Ansar al-Islam group, whose internet chats were intercepted, the channel reports. According to Krekar’s lawyer, Brynjar Meling, his client fears that Norwegian authorities want to extradite him to Germany, thereby ridding themselves of him.
Krekar, whose real name is Najmuddin Faraj Ahmad, was sentenced to five years in prison on March 26th 2012 for making repeated death threats against Norwegian politicians. His wife and children all have Norwegian citizenship, but Krekar himself does not.
The Kurdish Regional Administration, which runs the city of Sulaymaniyah where Krekar was born, has repeatedly called for Norway to extradite him so that he can face terror charges.  But as courts in the area still give death sentences for terror crimes, he cannot be extradited under Norwegian law.

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