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The Dublin-Doha Nexus: Ireland’s Key Role in the Muslim Brotherhood’s Global Jihad

Discussion in 'Immigration & Refugees' started by Tadhg Gaelach, Jul 15, 2016.

  1. Tadhg Gaelach

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    At the present time, I think this article deserves a thread of its own. It details the way that the Irish political establishment, the media and Islamic Jihadists living in Ireland came together to support US \ Israeli geopolitical ambitions in 2011 and since. It has been known for a long time that the Mosque in Clonskeagh is a hotbed of Jihadist fund raising and recruitment - Ireland being one of the top providers of foreign fighters to the Middle East. And yet, nothing has been done to curb the activities of this terrorist hub - quite the opposite, it is hailed in the media as an example of Ireland's magnificent new diversity.In fact, the Imam of this mosque is openly an adviser to the Muslim Brotherhood, and is known as the Muslim Brotherhood Imam. His son is facing MB related terrorist charges in Egypt, while our Libtard political establishment, including Sinn Féin, wring their hands and call for his release. It seems the Egyptian authorities know what they are dealing with - even if our Libtard Leprachauns don't.

    https://thepassionateattachment.com...role-in-the-muslim-brotherhoods-global-jihad/

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    Its a wonder why we haven't suffered our own terrorist attack, we certainly appear to have plenty of them and we definitely are a very soft target.
     
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    Only a matter of time a chara. The fact is that even if you defeated Islamic terrorism in the Middle East and Africa, Europe now has it's own Jihadist hard core that is independent of anything or anybody outside of Europe. And the Muslim sea in Europe is now so vast that these Eurojihadists have more than enough water to swim in without being detected. Add to that the fact that Liberal régimes in Europe will not use the kind of methods against them that the likes of Egypt and Syria use.
     
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    It grinds me that the media love to call these people the nationality of their host countries, its a stain on the name of the Irish to call these scum anything related to Ireland or Irish, they are not Irish. They are terrorist scum from the country of their birth, we never asked them to come here, we never invited them. Like parasites they came here to suck the life out of our nation for benefits and entitlements, with their belly full they can wage war against the hand that feeds them.

    Deport the fuckin lot of them.
     
  5. The Potato Mystic

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    I think we're most probably the "safe harbour". We're the logistical hub. If there was a terrorist attack here, even our clownocracy would have to go after their money laundering operations.
     
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    Maybe they offer some sort of tax benefits to our GDP, thats the only thing I can think off because that the only fuckin thing our government care about.
     
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    Enda Kenny has said he wants to introduce Sharia Banking here, so maybe you are right.
     
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    Qatar and Saud dump money into this country. So I'm not surprised the clownocracy are as quiet as mice.
     
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    From radioledger:

    Ireland is a hotbed for terror suspects - one of the highest in Europe!

    Ireland is a breeding ground for terror suspects, in fact its so bad we are one of the highest in Europe.

    Before today I did not know anything about this, I certainly do not remember reading/watching or hearing anything about this on the TV, Radio of Newspapers.

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    A total of 1,077 terror suspects were detained last year across the EU, significantly higher than that of 2014 when 774 were arrested.

    France registered the highest number of terror arrests, with 424 suspects rounded up by the police, compared with 134 in the UK and 61 in Belgium. Followed by Ireland and then Germany.

    MAPPED: Terror arrests across Europe revealed as UK TOPS list of most attack attempts
     
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    I believe that it was claimed on RTÉ Prime Time last night that the Gardaí knew in advance that Khalid Kelly was traveling to the Middle East to take part in terrorist activity - but did nothing to stop him.
     
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    Thanks to Smurftool for this link.

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    Go raibh maith agat to BrianBoru for this link:

    The family of a man that was arrested in the Manchester bombing investigation, lived in Dublin before moving to the UK, according to The Sunday Times.
    The Sunday Times reported that the family of one of the suspects Ayub Elshetwi, moved from Tripoli to Ireland to "escape Colonel Muammar Gadaffi’s regime."


    Ayub Elshetwi’s 20-year-old sister, Esra was born in Ireland, before the family moved to Nuneaton.

    Family of Manchester bombing suspect previously lived in Dublin
     
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    Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis. A very sad loss to this nation. He was one of the very few Irish journalists with integrity and courage.