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Mohammad Atta's Father Praises London Bombers
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Remember how the father of Monammad Atta swore that his son couldn't have been the man who led the 9/11 attack? Remember how he stated that he was a peaceful person? Well his tune is different now.

Atta's Father Praises London Bombings
By CNN
FrontPageMagazine.com | July 21, 2005

CAIRO, Egypt (CNN) -- The father of one of the hijackers who commandeered the first plane that crashed into the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, praised the recent terror attacks in London and said many more would follow.

Speaking to CNN producer Ayman Mohyeldin Tuesday in his apartment in the upper-middle-class Cairo suburb of Giza, Mohamed el-Amir said he would like to see more attacks like the July 7 bombings of three London subway trains and a bus that killed 52 people, plus the four bombers.

Displayed prominently in the apartment were pictures of el-Amir's son, Mohamed Atta, the man who is believed to have piloted American Airlines Flight 11 into the north tower of the World Trade Center as part of the attacks on the United States.

El-Amir said the attacks in the United States and the July 7 attacks in London were the beginning of what would be a 50-year religious war, in which there would be many more fighters like his son.

He declared that terror cells around the world were a "nuclear bomb that has now been activated and is ticking."

The man, who gave his age as "at least 70," said he had no sorrow for what happened in London, and said there was a double standard in the way the world viewed the victims in London and victims in the Islamic world.

Cursing in Arabic, el-Amir also denounced Arab leaders and Muslims who condemned the London attacks as being traitors and non-Muslims.

He passionately vowed that he would do anything within his power to encourage more attacks.

When asked if he would allow a CNN crew to videotape another interview with him, el-Amir said he would give his permission -- for a price of $5,000.

That money, he said, would not be kept for himself, but would be donated to someone to carry out another terror attack.

El-Amir said that $5,000 was about how much it would cost to finance another attack in London.

It is CNN policy not to pay people for interviews.

A lawyer by trade, el-Amir had a sign on his apartment door saying he was a consultant.

The security guard for the apartment building said el-Amir had been under surveillance by Egyptian agents for several months after the September 11 attacks, but no one had been watching him recently.
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He should be executed by any American,sooner the better.

If we were really serious,men like this would be afraid to say such things,even 10,000 miles from DC.
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Palladin Wrote:He should be executed by any American,sooner the better.

If we were really serious,men like this would be afraid to say such things,even 10,000 miles from DC.

So, you think that the Soviet Union got it right in dealing with it's detractors?
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JL,

I do not see Mr. Atta as an American detractor. I see Jean Chretien of Canada,Gerhard Schroeder or Jacques Chirac serving those roles.

Mr. Atta is at war with our way of life and as such should be shot.

I am not interested in waiting while he assists or personally executes the next mass murdering of my fellow countrymen,he has made his declaration of intent and it is no more reasonable to wait until he succeeds in murdering an innocent or motivating it than it would be if you waited for a VC to shoot first to determine he was your proper enemy.

That's my view of what we need to do against radical Muslims.

Atta can say what he wants like posters on boards can,but when he allows it is appropriate to murder Americans,at that point he needs to double check his religion for vicariousness,because he signed his own death warrant with me.
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So, you don't think that he is an embittered old man, simply running his mouth?

And if we allow free speech here, are you saying that we should not practice what we preach elsewhere?

I suppose then that you also think that instead of attempting to stop the hated verbage, we should just "whack" ALL those who have horrible things to say about the US.

Interesting.

Here's another thought. Perhaps we should also "Whack" the CNN folks who actively pursued the M. Atta as well? Where would you stop?
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The answer to all your questions is NO because you sort of took what I said and expanded it like the Supreme Court has the elastic clause since 1783.

I am for SHOOTING asap any Muslim who believes it is appropriate to murder American civilians. PERIOD. Sooner the better,has nothing to do with normal free speech or civil liberties or hypocrisy,we happen to be at war.

You can twist it to make me look like Joe Stalin all you want.

I know 3000 families of civilians and about 2000 families of dead soldiers who would have LOVED it had I somehow been able to shoot 19 young jihadists in America on 9-10-2001 because I knew they were desirous of murdering Americans to achieve some goal. Those are the folks I care about,I do not value the life of anyone who thinks murdering my mother is "proper".
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Does this come under the perview of Hate Crimes Legislation?
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It comes under the heading of "killing the enemy before he kills you".



We're at war.

I don't hate Muslims per se,but those who feel they can rightly murder me as part of a political goal,they must die. The rest are nothing to me,I do not concern myself with what someone believes personally.
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Palladin Wrote:It comes under the heading of "killing the enemy before he kills you".



We're at war.

I don't hate Muslims per se,but those who feel they can rightly murder me as part of a political goal,they must die. The rest are nothing to me,I do not concern myself with what someone believes personally.

Ok, good to see that we cleared that up. Wink1
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Quote:When asked if he would allow a CNN crew to videotape another interview with him, el-Amir said he would give his permission -- for a price of $5,000.

That money, he said, would not be kept for himself, but would be donated to someone to carry out another terror attack.

El-Amir said that $5,000 was about how much it would cost to finance another attack in London.

It is CNN policy not to pay people for interviews.

They make it sound like paying was their only qualm!
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And he should be SHOT tonight. Or yesterday.
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Hi Benjamin, welcome to Jane. I assume that you are mcabromb at "you know where". Anyway, I hope that you enjoy our little abode here and can contribute to the discussion, no matter what your political persuasion.

We'll do our best to be nice and civil. After all, we don't have Delta9 here in which to beat over the head. Wink1
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