Saturday, April 03, 2010

JDL Jewish group protests Palestinian and al-Qaeda Speaker Abd Al-bari Atwan in Mississauga, "That's terrorist central in Canada," said private investigator Bill Warner

"The individuality of this obligation to kill Americans was affirmed by Shaykh Osama in the declaration of Jihad against the Americans in 1996 and stated by him in his meeting the same year with the journalist Abd al-Bari Atwan". 

When I (Abd al-Bari Atwan) met him [Shaykh Osama] in 1996, the man was actually full of hatred towards the Americans. He was planning actually to launch a war against the Americans and the American prisoners particularly in Saudi Arabia".
Journalist Abd al-Bari Atwan links to al-Qaeda terrorist leader Osama bin-Laden since at least 1996 and has appeared on the al-Qaeda terror website

.Jewish group JDL protests Palestinian speaker Abd Al-bari Atwan, a British journalist who made anti-Israel comments to speak in Mississauga (he also has direct links to Osama bin-Laden). 
TORONTO STAR...Expletives were hurled across a Mississauga road Friday afternoon, when the Jewish Defence League showed up to protest a speaker invited to Palestine House.

On Saturday, Palestine House will host British-based journalist Abd Al-bari Atwan. Editor of the London paper Al-Quds Al-Arabi, Atwan gained notoriety after a 2007 Lebanese television interview.

Discussing nuclear proliferation and the possibility of war between the U.S. and Iran, Atwan noted possible targets of Iranian missiles. “If the Iranian missiles strike Israel, by Allah I will go to Trafalgar Square and dance with delight,” said Atwan, who has appeared on the BBC.

“That’s a call for genocide,” Meir Weinstein, national director for the JDL, said Friday. So, he and about 100 JDL supporters waving Israeli flags went to Palestine House, as they do about once a month.  JDL members hurled overt racist slurs, while Palestine House men threw pennies on the ground, calling the JDL “thieves.”

Jewish organization, JDL, on US terror list; An organization the FBI, the U.S. State Department and U.S. courts have branded a 'terrorist organization' has given advice to the Harper government that led Immigration Minister Jason Kenney to barring a British MP from Canada.

A Kenney spokesman said Kenney first heard about British MP George Galloway's visit from a Jewish Defense League letter, and contacted departmental communications staff at Citizenship and Immigration to prepare media lines.

The Jewish Defense League, categorized by the FBI as a “right-wing Jewish terrorist group”, was founded by US ultra-Zionist Rabbi Meir Kahane in 1968. The Jewish Defense League (JDL) wrote to the Canadian government March 16 asking it to ban Galloway. Mr. Galloway is scheduled to speak in four Canadian cities from March 30 to April 2 on "Resisting War from Gaza to Kandahar". 

In an interview this week on British Channel 4 TV with George Galloway, JDL leader Meir Weinstein threatened any Canadian who attended or supported Galloway’s presentation would be “monitored” by the Canadian government. (See:  )

Feds mum on terror suspect's ties north in Mississauga, By THE CANADIAN PRESS.

TORONTO SUN...A private investigator in the U.S., who touts himself as a specialist in tracking down suspected terrorists, said the potential Mississauga connection is a "red-flag."  "That's terrorist central in Canada," said Bill Warner, who boasts he has worked with the FBI on terrorism cases.

Bill Warner Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM