Archived material Access restricted Article
Rantburg

Today's Front Page   View All of Mon 07/02/2007 View Sun 07/01/2007 View Sat 06/30/2007 View Fri 06/29/2007 View Thu 06/28/2007 View Wed 06/27/2007 View Tue 06/26/2007
1
2007-07-02 Home Front: WoT
Eighth arrest in terror inquiry
Archived material is restricted to Rantburg regulars and members. If you need access email fred.pruitt=at=gmail.com with your nick to be added to the members list. There is no charge to join Rantburg as a member.
Posted by PlanetDan 2007-07-02 16:47|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [374 views ]  Top
 File under: al-Qaeda in Britain 

#1 three muslim doctors. perhaps the oath they take is different from the oath nonmuslim doctors take

I bet that they interpreted Hippocratic Oath that they can be licensed hipocrites. What's a couple of letters, not much diff...
Posted by twobyfour 2007-07-02 18:44||   2007-07-02 18:44|| Front Page Top

#2 LGF says 5 doctors have been arrested (so far).
Posted by phil_b 2007-07-02 18:44||   2007-07-02 18:44|| Front Page Top

#3 Yup, the NHS is going to take a staff hit soon I think.
Posted by lotp 2007-07-02 18:46||   2007-07-02 18:46|| Front Page Top

#4 Regardless of the bombers' origins—in light of how a Pakistani government official's open demands for terrorist reprisals went unchallenged—I hope that Britain will take a long hard look at restricting or closing all immigration and travel to or from Pakistan.

I would also hope that people take particular notice of how many medical doctors seem to have been involved in these brutal attacks. This is taqiyya at its very worst. The Hippocratic oath specifically swears; "Never to do deliberate harm to anyone for anyone else's interest".

Quite obviously—as has been repeatedly demonstrated—Islamic doctrine somehow supercedes even the most basic commitments to the preservation of life. While this is no great surprise—coming as it does from an avowed death cult—it still must serve notice to the West of what an ethical perversion taqiyya and Islamic doctrine as a whole are at every turn.
Posted by Zenster">Zenster  2007-07-02 19:36||   2007-07-02 19:36|| Front Page Top

#5 MSNBC just reported, another one arrested in Austria.
Posted by Sherry">Sherry  2007-07-02 19:48||   2007-07-02 19:48|| Front Page Top

#6 MSNBC just reported, another one arrested in Austria.

Lemme guess, Achmed Schicklgruber.
Posted by Zenster">Zenster  2007-07-02 20:07||   2007-07-02 20:07|| Front Page Top

#7 It was Australia, not Austria:

An eighth man -- described only as 27 years old -- was arrested in Brisbane, Australia, Monday night, said Peter Beattie, the premier of the state of Queensland.

He indicated more warrants have been issued.
Posted by lotp 2007-07-02 20:13||   2007-07-02 20:13|| Front Page Top

#8 Killing infidels is OK for Muzzie doctors.
Posted by Keystone 2007-07-02 20:16||   2007-07-02 20:16|| Front Page Top

#9 It was Australia, not Austria:

Okay, lemme guess, Taj ("cat meat") al-Hilali.
Posted by Zenster">Zenster  2007-07-02 20:21||   2007-07-02 20:21|| Front Page Top

#10 Hah --- spell check failed me!!! I knew that... was checking the spelling and on the phone at the same time, and duh..... choose the wrong spelling!!! sorry
Posted by Sherry">Sherry  2007-07-02 20:49||   2007-07-02 20:49|| Front Page Top

#11 More from The Independent:
A suspected secret cell of foreign militants, believed to be linked to al-Qa'ida and using British hospitals as cover, are being questioned over the terrorist attacks in London and Glasgow.

Police carried out 19 raids across the country, arresting nationals from Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Iraq. Among those arrested was Mohammed Jamil Abdelqader Asha, a 26-year-old neurologist who was born in Saudi Arabia but is of Palestinian origin and was travelling on a Jordanian passport. He and his 27-year-old wife, a medical assistant, were arrested on the M6 in Cheshire, in connection with the attempted bombings in London.

Also under arrest was Bilal Talal Abdul Samad Abdulla, an Iraqi from Baghdad who arrived in the UK in April 2006. He is said to have been one of the two men in the Cherokee Jeep in the Glasgow airport attack, and is suffering from third-degree burns.

His companion, under arrest, is also from Iraq, while two other men, aged 25 and 28, arrested in Paisley yesterday, were said to be doctors from Saudi Arabia.

Police carried out a controlled explosion on a blue Vauxhall car yesterday at Royal Alexandra Hospital, in Paisley, near Glasgow, where Dr Abdulla worked and where he is being treated for his injuries. It was the second such detonation at the hospital, following a white BMW on Sunday. Strathclyde Police said the two vehicles were "connected" with the airport attack.

Dr Asha, 26, has been in Britain since 2005 and had worked at the North Staffordshire Hospital, where his office was being searched yesterday following a raid at his home at Sunningdale Grove in Newcastle-under-Lyme. There were police searches in the same town two miles from Dr Asha's home at Priam Close, Bradwell, which, according to neighbours, was rented by another doctor and his wife.

Dr Abdulla, who had qualified in Baghdad in 2004, a year after the US-led invasion, has been in Britain since August 2006. He is said to have lived in Jordan before arriving in the UK.

Detectives believe that a Mercedes involved in the failed attacks in London came from Scotland. They have tracked part of the car's route south last week using number-plate recognition technology mounted in cameras along the M6.

Further searches were carried out in Liverpool at the home of a man who had been arrested after being disabled with a taser gun after police surrounded his car. According to neighbours, the man was a doctor from India who worked at Halton Hospital in Cheshire. A colleague told the newspaper, Muslim News, that the man may have been detained because he was using the mobile telephone and internet account of another man who has recently left Britain. Last night Dr Asha's father, Jamil Asha, asked King Abdullah of Jordan to intercede on behalf of his son.
Posted by trailing wife 2007-07-02 20:59||   2007-07-02 20:59|| Front Page Top

#12 CBS news had video of the arrest of Asha with the cat meat wife in the obligatory burqa bag on the side of the highway being interrogated.
Posted by Frank G">Frank G  2007-07-02 21:06||   2007-07-02 21:06|| Front Page Top

#13 
Islamic Attention Whore


nice skin asshole have fun recovering from your 3rd degree burns
Posted by RD 2007-07-02 21:21||   2007-07-02 21:21|| Front Page Top

#14 I wonder if he prescribed some heavy duty painkillers for himself and his buddy before the attack.
Posted by lotp 2007-07-02 21:34||   2007-07-02 21:34|| Front Page Top

#15 apparently, "undernourished" won't be a defense rationale?
Posted by Frank G">Frank G  2007-07-02 21:43||   2007-07-02 21:43|| Front Page Top

#16 lotp I wonder if he prescribed some heavy duty painkillers for himself and his buddy before the attack.

humm, hadn't thought of that good catch, prolly so..

btw, it's up to 6 "Doctors" [in name only] now who have been picked up.

lotp, think they had their fingers crossed when they took this?

Hippocratic Oath

Hippocratic Oath—Modern Version

I swear to fulfill, to the best of my ability and judgment, this covenant:

I will respect the hard-won scientific gains of those physicians in whose steps I walk, and gladly share such knowledge as is mine with those who are to follow.

I will apply, for the benefit of the sick, all measures [that] are required, avoiding those twin traps of overtreatment and therapeutic nihilism.

I will remember that there is art to medicine as well as science, and that warmth, sympathy, and understanding may outweigh the surgeon's knife or the chemist's drug.

I will not be ashamed to say "I know not," nor will I fail to call in my colleagues when the skills of another are needed for a patient's recovery.

I will respect the privacy of my patients, for their problems are not disclosed to me that the world may know. Most especially must I tread with care in matters of life and death. If it is given me to save a life, all thanks. But it may also be within my power to take a life; this awesome responsibility must be faced with great humbleness and awareness of my own frailty. Above all, I must not play at God.

I will remember that I do not treat a fever chart, a cancerous growth, but a sick human being, whose illness may affect the person's family and economic stability. My responsibility includes these related problems, if I am to care adequately for the sick.

I will prevent disease whenever I can, for prevention is preferable to cure.

I will remember that I remain a member of society, with special obligations to all my fellow human beings, those sound of mind and body as well as the infirm.

If I do not violate this oath, may I enjoy life and art, respected while I live and remembered with affection thereafter. May I always act so as to preserve the finest traditions of my calling and may I long experience the joy of healing those who seek my help.
Posted by RD 2007-07-02 21:45||   2007-07-02 21:45|| Front Page Top

#17 Dunno. I'm not even sure whether doctors in, say, Jordan take that oath. It would be interesting to know -- anybody have info on this?
Posted by lotp 2007-07-02 21:47||   2007-07-02 21:47|| Front Page Top

#18 RD, for such people it can work for certain very specific definitions of human being, no King's X needed. I remember the story some years ago of a Scandinavian (?) doctor who refused to treat Americans.
Posted by trailing wife 2007-07-02 21:49||   2007-07-02 21:49|| Front Page Top

#19 A 27 year old neurologist. I guess NHS must attract the brightest doctors in the world. Too bad they aren't bright enough to build a bomb that works.
Posted by Nimble Spemble 2007-07-02 21:53||   2007-07-02 21:53|| Front Page Top

#20 #18 RD, for such people it can work for certain very specific definitions of human being, no King's X needed. I remember the story some years ago of a Scandinavian (?) doctor who refused to treat Americans.

TW, well then, I wouldn't want that asshole treating you or my mother, sister etc.

To think that our tremendous Corpsman "Docs" and Mil Physicians give first World care to freshly wounded terrorist in Iraq etc. I'm sure the Brits will do for these sub-humans.

I repeat myself but, we are LUCKY beyond measure, we have alot to be Proud of.
Posted by RD 2007-07-02 22:06||   2007-07-02 22:06|| Front Page Top

#21 When a doctor does go wrong he is the first of criminals. He has nerve and he has knowledge.

--Sherlock Holmes in The Sign of Four
Posted by Cromert 2007-07-02 22:07||   2007-07-02 22:07|| Front Page Top

#22 I'll be back...

ima go on a jihadi hunting trip,

/puts on his cloaking device...
Posted by RD 2007-07-02 22:12||   2007-07-02 22:12|| Front Page Top

#23 They can open a new clinic.
Posted by Super Hose 2007-07-02 22:25||   2007-07-02 22:25|| Front Page Top

23:44 CrazyFool
23:42 Mac
23:40 Abdominal Snowman
23:26 Super Hose
23:21 lotp
23:09 Super Hose
23:07 logi_cal
23:05 Frank G
22:58 Skidmark
22:54 3dc
22:52 Super Hose
22:52 Mike N.
22:42 Super Hose
22:40 Mike N.
22:40 Frank G
22:29 Super Hose
22:27 Pappy
22:26 Frank G
22:26 Nimble Spemble
22:25 Super Hose
22:20 Frank G
22:20 Pappy
22:20 sinse
22:18 Nimble Spemble

Rantburg was assembled from recycled algorithms in the United States of America. No trees were destroyed in the production of this weblog. We did hurt some, though. Sorry.
3.235.22.104

Merry-Go-Blog










Paypal:
Google
Search WWW Search rantburg.com