Al Queda and poisoning the infidel from a position of trust.

I felt it worthwhile, to post a few items that show a thread in terms of the five men who are being interrogated under suspicion of planning to poison the food at a military base in the U.S. The Al Queda handbook specifically advises such action. The last page of which can be seen here:

As much as I am loath to do so, a repost of some lowlite’s of Islamic behaviour in terms of contamination of food and other objects may be worth seeing in the context of Islamic ambitions to kill the infidel.

Vlad recently did its first reluctant post on a phenomenon so disturbing we preferred not to report on at all. The now several accounts of Muslim immigrants contaminating food stuffs and other materials with their own fecal matter and general excreta. Despite having read numerous reports on arrests and suspicions we just felt it was better to let this one go. After all, until you have an actual conviction this sort of thing is just to hard to believe and we as a source of information would lose credibility despite the facts of the matter. Here is a video from before the conviction:

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So today there was an actual conviction. From the BBC news, themselves no stranger to reporting on shit:

Chemist guilty of contamination

Court artist's drawing of Sahnoun Daifallah
Daifallah chose to defend himself in court

An Algerian chemist has been found guilty at Bristol Crown Court of contaminating food and wine by using his own urine and faeces.

Sahnoun Daifallah, 42, of Bibury Road, Gloucester, was found guilty of four counts of contaminating goods at four businesses in May 2008.

Daifallah, who had defended himself, had pleaded not guilty to all charges.

Sentencing was adjourned to allow preparation of psychiatric reports. Daifallah is likely to be deported.

Judge Carol Hagen said: “I find this a very worrying case and the circumstances are alarming.”

She warned Daifallah that if he did not cooperate with authorities in creating pre-sentence reports, it would “reinforce my conclusion that I find you to be a potentially very dangerous man”.

The court had heard the Algerian-born chemist sprayed the mixture in the Air Balloon Pub, in Birdlip, near Cheltenham on 14 May.

He then moved on to the Waterstones bookstore in Cirencester, Tesco in Quedgley and Morrisons in Abbeydale.

The court heard shoppers and staff in both stores saw Daifallah with a black lap top computer with a vapour coming from the bag being sprayed on the shelves

As the earlier post on this issue links to, this would appear to be a tactic right out of the Al Queda handbook. So one cannot accuse these people of being illiterate. Having crappy taste in books perhaps.


UK shop keepers sold baked goods sprinkled with Human faeces.

Poisoning food with feces is detailed as a tactic in the Al-Qaeda manual found a few years ago by British intelligence.

“It was not our fault but I don’t want to talk about it,” said Hasmi. Whose fault was it?

“Shop-owners sold chocolate cake sprinkled with human faeces,” from the Daily Mail (thanks to the Constantinopolitan Irredentist):

Two shop-owners were today fined for selling chocolate cake – which had been sprinkled with human faeces.A horrified customer ate the foul-smelling gateaux but noticed that it didn’t taste or smell “quite right” and handed the cake to public health scientists.

The analysts soon established that the sweet treat was covered in faeces and legal proceedings against the shop owners were started.

Shop owners Saeed Hasmi, 25, and Jan Yadgari, 23, were fined £1,500 for selling food unfit for human consumption.

The pair – who ran the Italiano Pizzeria in Roath, Cardiff – admitted the charge but did not say how the chocolate cake was contaminated.

The takeaway is a favourite with late-night revellers and students living around the takeaway close to Cardiff University. […]

Hasmi and Yadgari at first denied the charge but pleaded guilty at Cardiff magistrates court before the trial.

Hasmi, of Roath, Cardiff, and Yadgari, of Adamsdown, Cardiff, were each fined £1,500 and ordered to pay £200 costs.

After the case Hasmi said: “It was not our fault but I don’t want to talk about it.

“I’m not working in the food industry anymore. I want to do something else.

“We are sorry for the people who ate it,” he said.

Posted by Robert on February 14, 2008 12:15 PM |

The list of course is long. But I felt it worthwhile to at least show the Al Queda justification for some of these acts and by proxy, Quoranic.

Eeyore for Vlad.

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