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Last updated on July 12th, 2017 at 10:27 am
Mr McLeod said his client had concerns for himself and his family because extremist groups believed that, by renouncing his Islamic faith in 2002, he had dropped his allegiance to Osama bin Laden. His al-Qaeda training and capture among Taliban forces in Afghanistan could also anger nationalist groups, he said.
His al Qaeda training only angers nationalist groups? Might want to broaden that a little. Dave-friendly types will be interested to learn that their chubby mate believes we have groups here who are not only loyal to Osama bin Laden, but whose loyalty to the cave-bound death cultist is apparently tied to their sacred religion of peace.
(Via J.F. Beck, soon to return to blogging)