Another, Danish Imam Busted on Tape! Talks of Suicide Attacks!
Yesterday, the Danish Imam, Abu Laban, told reporters his aim was to “forge peace.” Today, video is released of Danish Iman Abu Laban talking of suicide attacks!
Yesterday, Ahmed Akkari, the lying Imam behind the Danish cartoon riots, and accused child abuser, was seen in undercover video threatening to blow up a Moderate Danish Muslim politician and a Danish Ministry!
As usual, Agora has this shocking news:
Imam Abu Laban of pig-eared fame apparently knew about a planned “Suicide Attack” on February 21st.
Quoting from my transcript of previously unreleased footage from Mohammed Sifaoui, the journalist who broke the news of Imam Ahmed Akkari’s death threats against Naser Khader. Imam Abu Laban is speaking of a man who plans to execute a suicide operation in connection with the Battle of Khartoon:
“He’s doing everything to get contacts.”
“He’s contacted Amr Moussa and he means to wreak absolute havoc.”
“He wants to join the fray and turn it into a “Martyr” operation right now.”
Danish politicians are shocked at this latest news. Agora has the transcript from the video segments.
Here is more background on Ahmad Abu Laban, the Imam behind the cartoon riots, that is not being reported in the mainstream news:
Imam Ahmad Abu Laban, the man behind this whole Danish cartoon controversy, not only faked obscene cartoons on his trip to the Middle East, but also has questionable links to terror:
* Entertained the “Blind Sheikh” behind the first World Trade Center attacks
* Praised Osama Bin Laden after 9-11 Attacks
* Preached he “Shed no tears” after 9-11 Attacks
* Accused of giving Political support to Osama bin Laden’s network
* Accused of giving Financial support to Osama bin Laden’s network
* Joined with 225 Islamic Radicals to form Global Jihadist Group in 2003
* Said that Theo van Gogh – “Had it coming!”
* Called on his flock to Give Their Lives to Global Jihad for Palestinians
* Met with Sheikh Qaradawi in Saudi Arabia who has legalized the murder of American soldiers in Iraq
This news today doesn’t exactly coincide with what Abu Laban told reporters yesterday:
The controversial Danish imam accused of stirring uproar in the Muslim world over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed has defended his actions, saying they were aimed at forging peace, not causing bloodshed.