From the Sunday Times:
A PROMINENT London-based Saudi dissident, Muhammed al-Massari, is running a website that features a guide to urban warfare for potential terrorists.
In a series of video and audio clips, the Beginner's Guide for Mujahed gives detailed advice on physical training, the surveillance of enemy targets and operational tactics.
It features footage of an Arab instructor who recommends would-be holy warriors to invest in a knife for self-defence, saying: "Of course, this knife is mainly for stabbing and is not suitable or good for beheadings."
Referring to Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, Al-Qaeda's leader in Iraq whose followers murdered the British hostage Ken Bigley by slitting his throat, the instructor adds: "As far as beheadings are concerned, we ask our brothers to seek Abu Musab's advice on this issue as he has more experience in this."
The BBC has previously reported that al-Massari: helped Osama Bin Laden open a UK office in the mid-Nineties and now claims it is legitimate for Muslims to assassinate the Prime Minister
Do I need to tell you who ran the 'Massari Must Stay Campaign' against an attempt to deport him in the 1990's?
Well, let's hear it from Massari himself:
I can confirm that the "Massari Must Stay" campaign - the campaign against my deportation - was run by Lord Avebury and Mr Galloway from Mr Galloway's office at 7 Millbank.
Dr Mohammed Naseem is a leading figure in the Respect Coalition(Galloway's party). He is its single largest donor, providing more than 50% of the funds reported to the Electoral Commission. He was a Respect candidate for Parliament in the general election. The organisation he leads, the Islamic Party of Britain, is today saying that the (London) attacks were a provocation, staged by the police, the Blair government, or the Mossad -- or all of them together.
Nice company he keeps, how about you ake?