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Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Five Washington, D.C. area Muslims arrested in Pakistan the foreign nationals are held in Sargodh, one of them Ramy Zamzam on Facebook, MORE AND MORE TERRORISTS ARE USING FACEBOOK TO COMMUNICATE INTERNATIONALLY.


MORE AND MORE TERRORISTS ARE USING FACEBOOK TO COMMUNICATE INTERNATIONALLY.
Five Washington, D.C. area Muslims arrested in Pakistan the foreign nationals are held in Sargodha: police, see one of them Ramy Zamzam on Facebook.


12/09/09 FOX NEWS……….Federal authorities are trying to determine whether five men who recently went missing from the nation’s capital are the five men arrested during a raid in Pakistan, according to U.S. officials.


The FBI recently launched an investigation into five “missing students” from the Washington, D.C., area who they believe may have gone overseas to join a terrorist group.

December 8: Federal investigators were searching for a Howard University dental student and four other missing Muslim men reported missing from the Washington, D.C. area. There is concern they may have been sent abroad to train for jihad. The five were last seen November 29.

UPDATE they have all been arrested in Paki land, see below…………


The identities of two of the missing men, Howard student Ramy Zamzam and Waqar Khan, have been mentioned in online postings, including a Facebook page that was set up Monday for friends to offer their support. Some of those pages, however, appear restricted to friends and associates, SEE CLICK HERE.


SARGODHA: An Anti Organized-crime Cell raided a house situated in Aziz Bhatti Town of Sargodha and arrested five foreign nationals.

DPO Sargodha Dr. Usman Anwar told Geo News that the police raided the house of Khalid Farooqi, an activist of banned outfit Jaish-e-Muhammad, and arrested five foreign nationals from there.

The arrested foreigners include 2 Yemenis, 1 Egyptian, 1 Swedish and 1 US-born Pakistani.


The DPO told that these people had been living in Sargodha since Nov 30 and it was quite a possibility that they were engaged in acts of terrorism.

Initial investigations have identified them as Ahmed Abdullah, Waqar Hassan Khan, Eman Hassan, Yasir and Ramy Zamzam.

Security agencies have initiated further investigations in this regard.