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More Information About UK Terrorist Doctors

From the UK’s SkyNews:

Mohammed Asha

Car Bombing Suspects: Who Are They?

Monday, 02 Jul 2007

07/02/2007 — The identities of two doctors who are among seven people detained in connection with the failed bomb attacks in London and Glasgow have been revealed.

The latest is Iraqi doctor Bilal Abdulla, who was arrested at the scene of the attempted attack in Scotland.

According to Sky sources, he was trained in Baghdad and qualified as a doctor three years ago.

He came to Britain last August and was in the country on a year-long licence which was renewable.

Dr Abdulla is thought to have been one of the two men who drove a blazing Jeep into the terminal building at Glasgow Airport.

He was seen wearing a stethoscope at his rented home in the village of Houston, near Glasgow Airport, a letting agent said.

It is believed he worked at Paisley’s Royal Alexandra Hospital, where staff accommodation has been sealed off.

A second terror suspect was badly burned in the attack and is being treated in hospital. He is not arrested but is under armed guard.

Another suspect was earlier identifed as Dr Mohammed Asha, 26, of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire.

He was arrested with a 27-year-old woman, believed to be his wife, on the M6 near Sandbach in Cheshire.

Dr Asha gained his medical qualifications in Jordan in 2004 and evidently came to Britain the following year.

He was initially registered with the General Medical Council (GMC) from October 20, 2005 until April 13, 2007.

He registered again on May 24, 2007 until May 30, 2008, possibly indicating a year-long appointment at another hospital.

Both the GMC and his employer would have been required to carry out criminal record checks.

A fifth suspect was arrested in Liverpool. He and the M6 couple are being questioned at top security Paddington Green police station in west London.

Two more men aged 28 and 25 have been arrested by police in Glasgow investigating the airport car bomb attack. They are not believed to be Scottish.

This article fails to mention the previously reported fact that Dr Asha was granted asylum to be in the UK.

But for some odd reason our watchdog media keeps trumpeting the fact that these terrorists were not “born or bred” in Scotland.

Of course if they had been, the good news would be that they weren’t foreigners.

This article was posted by Steve on Monday, July 2nd, 2007. Comments are currently closed.

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