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Luton: Taimur Abdulwahab al-Abdaly Linked To Pastor Terry Jones And The EDL

by | 13th, December 2010

LUTON is in the news. Police are stationed outside a property on Argyll Avenue in Luton, Bedfordshire. Iraqi-born Taimur Abdulwahab al-Abdaly is the name linked to the suicide attack that killed two people in Stockholm. He passed some years studying in Luton, at the University of Bedfordshire.

His wife and children still live there. His wife, Mona, is a Swedish citizen.

Luton was the place where the July 7 bombers, based in West Yorkshire, met before travelling up to London to murder.

Meanwhile, the English Defence League is inviting would–be Koran burning pastor Terry Jones, to address a rally in Luton.

Jones’ Dove World Outreach Center tells us:

We are pleased to announce that the English Defence League (EDL), the American Defense League (ADL), and all the international Defense Leagues connected with those groups have confirmed and support our work. The English Defense League has also invited Dr Jones to come to a historic Rally of theirs, February 5, 2011, Luton, England. During the protest, Dr. Terry Jones, will speak against the evils and destructiveness of Islam in support of the continued fight against the Islamification of England and Europe.

The EDL Facebook page says of Jones’s attendance:

The English Defence League are proud to announce our guest speaker for what will be our biggest demo to date LUTON “LUTON Demo update “The Big One” DR TERRY JONES AND STAND UP AMERICA! WILL JOIN THE ENGLISH DEFENCE LEAGUE ON FEBRUARY 5TH, 2PM, LUTON, ENGLAND, TO SPEAK OUT AGAINST THE EVILS OF ISLAM.” -D-

There is talk of Home Secretary Theresa May banning Jones from the UK. But she must not. To do so would be to make the conversation one of free speech. Let them talk. It is unlikely what they say will convert new acolytes to their aims…

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