Abdul makes menacing call to London On. AM radio talk show suggesting Canada was gonna get it and soon.

A man calling himself ‘Abdul’ made a call to London On. talk show host, Andrew Lawton, on Sept. 23 2013 where he claimed that Canada was “going to see things soon”.

Beyond that though is Abdul’s logic that everyone has the right to kill invaders, when Abdul certainly sounds a lot like one to me.

However Khadr, the subject of the show, was a Canadian and not an Afghani, and therefore also an invader by Abdul’s logic. It should also be mentioned that the Taliban themselves are Arab invaders who took over the tribes of Afghanistan and forced all that Islam on them. Remember that in the 60s, Afghanistan was a hippie haven.

Thank you C.B. Sashenka for the tip and help on this video.

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7 Replies to “Abdul makes menacing call to London On. AM radio talk show suggesting Canada was gonna get it and soon.”

  1. “Killing invaders makes you a freedom fighter.”

    But most of the people killed in Afganistan, don’t forget, have been Afgans killed by the Taliban etc. Mostly by bombs detonated in public places.

    Killing invaders might or might not make you a freedom fighter, but what does killing thousands upon thousands of your fellow citizens make you?

    It makes you a murderer.

  2. Another conspiring traitor down.

    American man sentenced for conspiring to funnel missiles, rifles to Taliban (CNN, Sept 26, 2013)
    “A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced an American citizen to 25 years in prison for conspiring to sell missiles, rifles and other weapons to the Taliban, the U.S. attorney’s office for Manhattan announced.

    The sentence for Alwar Pouryan — which includes 10 years of supervised release after he leaves prison — comes the month after he and a co-defendant were found guilty following a two-week bench trial by U.S. District Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald.

    “Alwar Pouryan was an American who was all too willing to do business with the Taliban — agreeing to provide that narco-terrorist organization with lethal, military-grade weapons that would have put countless innocent lives at risk,” Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said in a statement….”

  3. Dual play is more fun according to some…

    Dual blasts in Baghdad leave 18 dead, 50 wounded (CNN, Sept 26, 2013)
    “A pair of explosions rocked Baghdad on Thursday, killing at least 18 people and wounding 50 others, police said.

    In the first attack, a roadside bomb exploded at an outdoor market, killing seven people and wounding 15 others in southern Baghdad’s Dora district.

    The second blast took place in northern Baghdad’s Saba al-Boor-area, when a suicide bomber wearing an explosive vest blew himself up in an outdoor market. Eleven people were killed and 35 others were wounded in that attack….”

  4. Islamophobia! Islamophobia!

    Militant attack in Indian-controlled Kashmir kills 9 (CNN, Sept 26, 2013)
    “Nine people were killed and seven others were wounded after a group of militants attacked security forces in Indian-administered Kashmir on Thursday, authorities said.

    The unrest in the territory, long disputed by India and Pakistan, comes ahead of a scheduled meeting between the two countries’ prime ministers on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly (UNGA) in New York.

    Two to three militants in army fatigues attacked a police station early Thursday in Hiranagar, a town about 60 kilometers (35 miles) from the city of Jammu, said Rajesh Kumar, inspector general of police for the Jammu area….”

  5. Well, sometimes even Guardian delivers.

    Revealed: Qatar’s World Cup ‘slaves’ (guardian, Sept 25, 2013)
    “Dozens of Nepalese migrant labourers have died in Qatar in recent weeks and thousands more are enduring appalling labour abuses, a Guardian investigation has found, raising serious questions about Qatar’s preparations to host the 2022 World Cup. This summer, Nepalese workers died at a rate of almost one a day in Qatar, many of them young men who had sudden heart attacks. The investigation found evidence to suggest that thousands of Nepalese, who make up the single largest group of labourers in Qatar, face exploitation and abuses that amount to modern-day slavery, as defined by the International Labour Organisation, during a building binge paving the way for 2022. According to documents obtained from the Nepalese embassy in Doha, at least 44 workers died between 4 June and 8 August. More than half died of heart attacks, heart failure or workplace accidents…”

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