I Told You So: The Muslim Doctor Terrorists Are No Surprise


ISLAM UBER ALLES: Revealing Muslim Doctors’ Oath

By Debbie Schlussel


It’s the doctors, stupid!

I’m not sure why everyone is so shocked that all eight suspects in the attempted British terrorist attacks of last week are Medical Doctors (and that ALL eight suspects are tied to the British national healthcare system, the NHS). Readers of this site aren’t surprised by the doctor terrorists.

As you’ll recall, in my mid-May column, When Your Doctor is a Muslim: Medical Terrorism Comes to America,” I wrote about many of the doctors who’ve been top-ranking terrorists and involved in terrorist plots. Also, of note, I’ve complained about the special visas available for foreign alien MDs and other medical personnel to practice in America in small towns and at universities. I’ve written about how this makes it easy for Islamic doctor terrorists to get in and stay in, without much of a background check. (Like America doesn’t already have enough medical doctors.)

I did not mention something else I know about, which is a past FBI investigation into Syrian and other Arab Muslim Medical Doctors in the Detroit area who were holding fundraisers for HAMAS. The investigation was mostly conducted by counterterrorism agents in Chicago, as it was tied to a bigger scheme. But nothing ever happened to the doctors because, hey, post-9/11, we must be nice to the Muslims, no matter how extremist they are or how nefarious their activities are.



45 Muslim doctors planned US terror attacks

By John Steel, Crime Correspondent

Cyber-terrorists: Tariq Daour, Younis Tsouli and Waseem Mughal

Not your average Jihad Apes

A group of 45 Muslim doctors threatened to use car bombs and rocket grenades in terrorist attacks in the United States during discussions on an extremist internet chat site.

Police found details of the discussions on a site run by one of a three-strong “cyber-terrorist” gang.

They were discovered at the home of Younis Tsouli, 23, Woolwich Crown Court in south-east London heard.

One message read: “We are 45 doctors and we are determined to undertake jihad and take the battle inside America.

“The first target which will be penetrated by nine brothers is the naval base which gives shelter to the ship Kennedy.” This is thought to have been a reference to the USS John F Kennedy, which is often at Mayport Naval Base in Jacksonville, Florida.

The message discussed targets at the base, adding: “These are clubs for naked women which are opposite the First and Third units.”

It also referred to using six Chevrolet GT vehicles and three fishing boats and blowing up petrol tanks with rocket propelled grenades.

Investigators have found no link between the Tsouli chat room and the group of doctors and medics currently in custody over attempted car bomb attacks in London and Glasgow.

However, sources said it was “definitely spooky” that the use of doctors for terrorist purposes was being discussed in jihadi terrorist circles up to three years ago.

Part of the inquiry into the London and Glasgow incidents will focus on whether al-Qa’eda has recruited doctors or other medical professionals because they are less likely to attract suspicion and can move easily around the western world.

The three “cyber terrorists” – a British national and two who had been given the right to live in Britain – are facing lengthy jail sentences after admitting using the internet to spread al-Qa’eda propaganda inciting Muslims to a violent holy war and to murder non-believers.

They had close links with al-Qa’eda in Iraq and believed they had to fight jihad against a global conspiracy by kuffars, or non-believers, to wipe out Islam.

The three are the first defendants in Britain to be convicted of inciting terrorist murder on the internet. They waged cyber-jihad on websites run from their bedrooms.

Tsouli promoted the ideology of Osama bin Laden via email and radical websites. He said in one message he was “very happy” about the July 7 bombings in London in 2005.

Tsouli, along with Tariq Daour, a biochemistry student, and Waseem Mughal, a law student, were intelligent, computer-literate men who promoted violent propaganda.

They created chat forums to direct willing fighters to Iraq and discuss murderous bomb attacks around the world. Films of hostages and beheadings were found by police.

Daour, 21, of Bayswater, west London, who was born in the United Arab Emirates, yesterday admitted inciting another person to commit an act of terrorism wholly or partly outside Britain. Moroccan-born Tsouli, 23, of Shepherd’s Bush, west London, and British-born Mughal, 24, of Chatham, Kent, admitted the same charge on Monday.

They are due to be sentenced today. They also admitted conspiring together and with others to defraud banks, credit card companies and charge card companies. Daour had instructions for making explosives and poisons, the court was told. Police found instructions on causing an explosion with “rocket propellant” and constructing a car bomb.

In one on-line conversation, Daour, asked what he would do with £1 million, replied: “Sponsor terrorist attacks, become the new Osama.”

The three men outwardly appeared to be leading normal lives, studying and living with their parents. Tsouli had come to the UK with his family from Morocco in 2001.

Mughal had a degree in biochemistry from Leicester University and was studying for his masters.

Daour, who was granted British citizenship in May 2005, had applied to start a law degree.

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3 thoughts on “I Told You So: The Muslim Doctor Terrorists Are No Surprise”

  1. One has to really wonder why all these cesspoolian doctors are staying in the West. Is it the better pay? In some cases, yes but obviously in other cases there is a more sinister motive. The doctors should be back in the ummah, keeping their own people in better health rather than coming here and trying to de-health infidels. After all, what’s the life expectancy rates in the ummah?

    By the way, we always hear of how Jewish doctors are injecting poisons and diseases into the peaceful ones. Most likely these tales are BS. Funny-nobody asks if these new Mengeles are doing likewise to infidels. Why is that?

  2. I heard someone on FoxNews with Cavuto, Mr Bowyer I think, explaining that muslim countries produce a lot of doctors. He said any country that has a national health system like the UK and Germany, needs these people.
    The pay isn’t so great but its a supply and demand situation.

    He also said that in a national system it is way easier for them to blend in. Whereas in a private clinic as found in the US they would stick out like a sore thumb.

    It seems to me people are going to be a little more careful who they entrust with the community’s health. Recruiting will be more stringent.
    No one is going to want malpractice suits.

    Also muslim communities are going to have to brace themselves for a “backlash” ,,,as usual.

  3. The Christians are saying that Allah the god of Islam – is from the devil. But that is not entirely accurate. It is more likely that Allah would have been associated with Hell or Hades, because Allah was at one time, a Moon God, and the job of the Moon god in ancient times was to usher in the day or the light – out of the darkness, described as Hades or Hell. So everyday, the Moon gods and goddesses would bring in the day, by emerging from Hell or the darkness, and then pass the reigns on to a sun god or goddesses. For this reason Moon gods and goddesses were also called Dawn gods and goddesses.

    So it’s a completely different context – to how it would have been viewed in the ancient world. There is no question that Allah was once a Moon God, as the moon symbol was used for moon deities and the sun symbol and its rays – sometimes called suras* or beams, were used to describe the sun deities. Moon and Sun deities were worshipped straight across the Mediterranean, in places like Ancient Egypt, Greece, Sheba, Rome, and unto Persia and India. The question would then have to be how is it that Arabia was somehow excluded in this widely used form of worship.

    Muhammad and modern Islam were created only 1500 years ago. And Muhammad’s own father, worshipped at the kaaba* where there were 360 gods and goddesses. The pilgrimage Hajj* was also pre-Islamic, but where you could bring your own gods – to pay homage to them at the time. But Allah was chief god of all the gods, as Muhammad’s father was so named servant of Allah or Abdullah.

    So the God Allah in Pre-Islamic times wasn’t a demon god – he would have simply been described as a moon good – at one time in that god’s history.

    *Sura meaning sun in Indo~
    *Soraya – an ancient Persian Sun Goddess
    *Kaaba – Black stone in Mecca [which reportedly contains a meteorite – which is probably the original stone or point of worship].
    *Hajj – and Islamic pilgrimage where followers visit Mecca and encircle the Kaaba – but Hajj was also a Pre-Islamic practice.

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