Friday, April 18, 2014

'British' teenager killed inside Syria. Left wonder why? Turns out his uncle was locked up in Gitmo

(Brighton) Another British youth (Abdullah Deghayes) has been found to have been killed inside Syria and the left wonders out loud about just what is drawing so many so called innocent British citizens to yet another Islamic war zone in which to die?
"Abu Islam, says Britain has nothing to worry from him: "For me personally I was born and raised there, that's my home... Abu Muhadjar also denies they will be a threat: "That's slightly surreal to go back to UK and start a jihad there. I do understand their concern but you cannot paint everyone with the same brush. "If I wanted to do something in UK I wouldn't have come here. If I did want to do something in UK I would have already done it by now, but I'm here."
So on that note, the bBC reports that the victims father, Abubaker Deghayes, said he thought his son had been in Libya and did not know of his trip to Syria. He also related that he had not seen his son for "two or three months", but he now believed he had died in Syria. So in other words, the father doesn't have a clue just why his 18-year-old son would up sticks and bugger off to Syria and, as Toyah Wilcox sang, It's a Mystery.

But here is what the bBC and the left don't reveal about the Deghayes family.

Abudallah's uncle Omar Deghayes, while awaiting his asylum papers in the UK decided instead, in the middle of his studies, to bugger off to find salvation in a pure Islamic state, which is why in 2001 he was found fighting for Al Qaeda and then locked up inside Guantanamo Bay. Oh how the left, promoted that the view that Omar was an innocent man, that as a Muslim he could only be a victim and that he should be brought back home. And guess what, he was, and to much fanfare by the left he was also awarded a huge cash payout in which to prevent human rights lawyers from dragging out a court case (resulting in even more costs to the British tax payer).

Then there's the victim's father Abubaker who, it transpires, isn't Mr. Innocent, that actually he's a religious agitator and that he took control of a mosque in Brighton by using force and intimidation. Here's what the Sunday Times had to say on this man in 2006:
Abubaker Deghayes, who now runs the mosque in Brighton and whose brother Omar is a detainee at Guantanamo Bay, told an undercover reporter that he endorsed the views of George Galloway, the Respect MP, who said an attack on the prime minister by a suicide bomber could be morally justified. Deghayes said he prayed for Allah to support anyone who attacked Blair. Court documents show Deghayes took over the mosque using violence, intimidation and threats. Dr Abduljalil Sajid, a leading imam and a government adviser on Islam, was forced out as head of the mosque by Deghayes and his supporters.
With family members like his father and uncle in which to set an example, it isn't hard to see that the apple hasn't fallen far from the tree in this case, and yet for some strange reason the left who championed both his family members as victims doesn't want you to know about their past. Maybe its time so called human rights campaigners are questioned for their support of Islamic terrorists?