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Thursday, November 06, 2008

Airport blast man 'left a will, hitting at the devil's place", "The call of Jihad is loud and open for Kafeel Ahmed', killed in Glasgow Airport attack











A man who died of burns following an attack at Glasgow airport left a will in which he warned of "hitting at the devil's place", a court has heard. Woolwich Crown Court was told Kafeel Ahmed, 28, e-mailed a document to his brother Sameel to be read by his family in the event of his death.

Dr Mohammed Asha, 28, and Dr Bilal Abdulla, 29, deny conspiracy to murder.
The pair also deny charges of causing explosions relating to the alleged attempted car bombing in 2007 at Glasgow Airport. In his letter Mr Ahmed wrote that the "call of Jihad" had been "loud and open" and he apologised to his mother for lying to her about his "project".

GLASGOW Airport bomber Kafeel Ahmed left his brother a chilling suicide note/will. The email gives a grim insight into the fanatic's warped and devious mind. Scots-based Ahmed told brother Sabeel, an NHS doctor: "It's about time that we give up our lives and families to please Allah." In his email, he admitted lying to Sabeel to keep him in the dark as his terror cell plotted to murder hundreds of innocent Britons.

And he gave his brother detailed instructions on how to deceive and hinder police if they questioned him. (right out of the Al-Qaeda playbook, see click here). The bomber wrote that by the time Sabeel read the message, he would have achieved his goal. He added: "This is the project I was working on for some time now. Everything else was a lie. "I hope you can all forgive me for being such a good liar.

"I am sorry for putting you in this situation but it's about time that we give up our lives and our families for the sake of Islam to please Allah. "My sincere request is that you do the following:
"1.) Pray to Allah for acceptance of my deeds.
"2.) Pray to Allah to give you calm and composure and strength (for you will need this).
"3.) Do not inform anyone about me or my deed (and I mean anyone)."


Ahmed, an engineer, ordered Sabeel to tell anyone who asked about his activities that he had been working on a global warming project in Iceland. He coached his brother on how to behave with the police, advising him to "try to continue as normal" and to "appear shocked" about the bombings. Ahmed asked Sabeel to take care of their parents. And he urged him: "At any time, don't hold back from joining the Jihad, by money, words and actions.

Allah makes it easy for those who do so,( lie, cheat, steal, do anything as it is Allah's will to kill the Kafirs).


Bill Warner
Private Investigator