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Wednesday, 21 November 2012
India Executes Mumbai Jihad Terror Raider Mohammed Ajmal Kasab

As reported in Australia's ABC online.

'India Executes Mumbai Gunman Ajmal Kasab'

'India has hanged Mohammad Ajmal Kasab, the only militant to have survived the 2008 attacks on the financial capital Mumbai.

That is, 'the only Muslim jihad terror raider captured alive out of the gang that attacked India's financial capital Mumbai in 2008' - CM

'The home ministry has confirmed the execution.

'The Times of India says president Pranab Mukherjee earlier rejected a mercy petition filed by Kasab.

Kasab showed no mercy to any of those innocent non-Muslims whom he and his companions mass-murdered during the course of the raid in November 2008; and yet he demanded 'mercy'? - CM

'The Pakistan-born Kasab was one of 10 gunmen who laid siege to the city in November 2008 attacks that lasted nearly three days and killed 166 people.

Let's rephrase that, shall we? 'Pakistan-born Kasab was one of ten heavily-armed Muslim terror raiders who attacked the city for nearly three days in November 2008, taking and holding hostages, killing 166 people and wounding many others.' - CM

'Kasab was sentenced to death in May 2010 after he was found guilty of a string of charges, including waging war against India, murder and terrorist acts.

'He appealed in the Supreme Court claiming he did not receive a fair trial, but his petition was struck down in August.

'During the 2008 attacks, the heavily-armed Islamist gunmen stormed targets in Mumbai including luxury hotels, a Jewish centre (where they murdered six Jews, including Rabbi Gavriel Holzberger and his wife Rivka, six months pregnant; the rabbi and his wife were not simply killed, they were tortured to death - CM), a hospital (it was the Carna Hospital for women and children - CM) and a bustling train station.

'Kasab was a Pakistani national who said he belonged to the militant group Lashkar e Taiba'.

'Militant group'. That is: Jihad gang. - CM

Posted on 11/21/2012 1:33 AM by Christina McIntosh
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