Thursday, November 25, 2010


Derby, where MI5 monitered David Headley.

The following all have links to the city of Derby in the UK:

A 2003 terror incident in Tel Aviv

The 2008 Mumbai Terror Attacks

An Asian child abuse gang.

On 25 November 2010, we read that a gang of nine Asian men from Derby was found guilty of child sexual abuse.

The ringleaders, Abid Mohammed Saddique and Mohammed Romaan Liaqat, groomed girls as young as 12, using drugs, drink and charm. (Gang jailed for child sexual exploitation)

One of the girls was in a care home, another with council foster parents and many were known to social services in the city.

"There are now questions about why they were allowed out at night, sometimes going missing, and whether the various agencies worked well enough together to protect them." (Gang 'targeted children'‎)

In 2006, a former Derby City Council leader was given a nine-month prison sentence suspended for a year for indecently assaulting a seven-year-old boy. (Cached)

What do the spooks know about child abuse? (Child abuse at the Kincora boys' home)

American agent David Headley, who planned the 2008 Mumbai Attacks

On 11 November 2010, the Derby Evening Telegraph (UK) reported on David Headley's links to Derby and UK spooks.

(David Headley who helped plot the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks met two men in Derby.)

When certain Indian authorities were close to grabbing Headley, the FBI took him into safe custody. Some of the Indian spooks are said to work for the CIA and Mossad.

Headley, believed to be a CIA agent, has told 'interrogators' in the USA that he travelled to Derby in the UK in August 2010 for a meeting over a Danish plot.

Certain Indian spies were eventually allowed to interview Headley in the USA, and notes from the interview have apparently been shown to the Derby Telegraph.

According to 'secret documents seen by the Derby Telegraph', Headley was given money by the two men he met in Derby.

Reportedly MI5 "monitored" the meeting.

Headley said the Derby men were of Pakistani origin.

Headley said he was working for Ilyas Kashmiri, a Pakistani said to be working for the CIA, and said to have links to 'CIA agent' bin Laden.

He said he was told by Kashmiri to attack the offices of the Danish Jyllands-Posten newspaper, which printed cartoons of the prophet Muhammad, reportedly as part of a CIA-Mossad plot.

It is not known whether Headley's two contacts in Derby were interviewed by British police or arrested following the detention of Headley last October, two months after the meeting.

Derby Muslim community leader Gulfraz Nawaz said he had hoped the police would have arrested the two Derby men.

What do the spooks know about child abuse? (Was Dutroux working for the security services.)

The incident is the latest in a series of terror cases that have been linked to Derby.

Omar Sharif, from the Derby area, allegedly planned a suicide bomb attack on a Tel Aviv bar in 2003 'but the explosive failed to detonate'.

Sharif's body was found in the sea two weeks later.

Community leader Nawaz said Derby may be gaining an undeserved reputation for extremism.

"These people seem to move to Derby for a couple of months. They do not seem to be born and bred in Derby," he said.

Derby-born Parviz Khan was jailed for life in February 2008 for plotting to kill a British Muslim soldier. (Derby Omar ...)

Umran Javed, of Derby, was jailed for six years for shouting pro-terrorism remarks at a protest outside London's Danish embassy in February 2007.

In August 2008, it was revealed that Mala Isa, a former Derby man gunned down in Iraq, may have had links to terrorism. (Derby Omar ...)

Photo of Omar Khayam (right) by PA

In 2006, Omar Khayam wore a suicide bomber's vest at a demo outside the Danish Embassy in London. (dailymail.5).

The demo seemed to be part of a CIA-Mossad-MI6 plot promoting the Clash of Civilisations.

Back in 2003, Khayam had been sentenced to eight years in jail for conspiracy to supply a Class A drug and possession of cocaine.

The sentence was later greatly reduced. Perhaps Khayam was recruited by a certain group?

On 25 November 2010, we learn that Khayam has again been jailed, this time for 13 years.

Khayam was part of a gang who aimed to flood the Bedford area with £2.6million worth of heroin. (Muslim fake 'fanatic' Omar Khayam jailed.)


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