Monday, June 11, 2007

Ibrahim and the 21 July London Bomb Plot

The 2nd Footguards (Coldstream) on Parade at Horse Guards, by John Chapman, c. 1750

Muktar Ibrahim

1990 arrives in UK from Eritrea

1996 jailed for 5 years for violent mugging

2004 (May) photographed by the security services in the Lake District

2004 (September) granted a British passport.

Hussain Osman has reportedly claimed that Muktar Said Ibrahim intimidated him into joining the 21 July 2005 London bomb plot. - (July 21 defendant claims he was bullied into making bombs)

Muktar Said Ibrahim (born c. 1977), also known as Muktar Mohammed Said, was originally from Eritrea and arrived in the UK as a child dependent of asylum seekers in 1990.

He attended the Finsbury Park Mosque in North London, in which Abu Hamza preached. He is also believed to have befriended the "shoe-bomber" Richard Reid. In 1996, he was sentenced to five years in jail for a violent mugging. (The attacks on London, Part One: The arrests - Independent Online ...)

Was he recruited by a certain security service while in jail?

From The Guardian : (Bomb suspect 'became a militant' in prison Special reports ...)

"Ibrahim was jailed for five years in 1996 at Wood Green crown court in north London for his role in a teenage gang which robbed people in the Welwyn Garden City and Stevenage areas of Hertfordshire. It is believed he was 'bounced around' from one institution to another - Feltham in west London, Aylesbury, Bedford, Huntercombe near Henley-on-Thames, and Wood Hill at Milton Keynes.

"The number of moves is highly unusual for a juvenile, and implies either appearances at different courts, or being seen as a problem by governors. He was regularly moved until he completed his sentence in September 1998.

"Former friends were quoted yesterday as saying that, as a youngster, he smoked cannabis and was known as a troublemaker."

"He... was granted a passport (in) September (2004) .The Home Office declined to explain how it was possible to get a passport with his criminal record"

"Ibrahim was photographed by surveillance officers, alongside four of his five co-defendants on the London 7/21 attack, at a camping trip in the Langdale area of the lake District in May 2004. A few months later, Ibrahim was arrested outside Debenhams on Oxford Street in London for distributing 'Islamic literature". In December 2004, Ibrahim was questioned by Special Branch officers at London's Heathrow airport before he traveled to Islamabad, Pakistan." (Source: Global Jihad)


Hussein Osman, an Ethiopian also known as Hamdi Adus Issac, was reportedly involved in the 21 July 2005 London bombings

On 22 July 2005, the police were monitoring a block of flats in Scotia Road, Tulse Hill, in south London, where alleged bomber Hussein Osman was thought to be living.

An innocent Brazilian, Jean Charles de Menezes, was shot dead by agents of the British government on 22 July 2005, after leaving the block of flats in Scotia Road and eventually boarding a tube train. (

Did elements of the security services hope to fool the public into thinking that de Menezes was Hussain Osman.

Hussein Osman moved to Rome by Eurostar five days after the 21 July attacks in London. His passport was not checked by the British at Waterloo.

Who was Osman working for?

aangirfan: Government plot to blow up the Queen

The Government Gunpowder Plot

aangirfan: The killing of de Menezes and Operation Gladio

A plot by a secretive section of the military to kill De Menezes ...


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