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Nailing Mumbai Practitioners And Islam’s Ice-Cream Wars

by | 5th, December 2008

SO who carried out the the attack on Mumbai? Terrorists..? Practitioners..? Builders…? Could be.

TOM Gross asks in the Wall Street Journal:

Why are so many prominent Western media reluctant to call the perpetrators terrorists? Why did Jon Snow, one of Britain’s most respected TV journalists, use the word “practitioners” when referring to the Mumbai terrorists? Was he perhaps confusing them with doctors? …

Meanwhile – perhaps even more disgracefully – a New York Times report on the last day of the siege stated: “It is not known if the Jewish center was strategically chosen, or if it was an accidental hostage scene.”

It was not known. We should take care not to venture into the realm of unknown knowns. And what of these practioners, these men with guns and intent to kill and maim?

Well, “Did a Criminal Mastermind Stage the Mumbai Nightmare?” we learn:

The eerie silence that accompanied the blasts are the very signature of Ibrahim Dawood, now a multi-millionaire owner of a construction company in Karachi, Pakistan. His is hardly a household name around the world like Osama bin Laden. Across South Asia, however, Dawood is held in awe and, in a twist on morals, admired for his belated conversion from crime boss to self-styled avenger.

The Bin Laden’s are big in construction. Maybe the whole thing is a plan to win building contacts, a kind of Ice Cream Wars gone global? Cue the music, it’ll bring the kiddies running:

Whether or not these attacks are designed to actually trigger an ‘intervention’ by the US and their allies against Pakistan or is simply part of a build up to ensure public opinion is on side for an ‘intervention’ at a later date is, as yet, unclear. What is clear, however, is that these attacks were not carried out by al Qaeda or the Taliban; they were far too sophisticated for that.


Have a look at the below picture of one of the terrorists.

Notice the orange thread / band on his right hand.

Tying a red thread or cord around the wrist is a Hindu practice and it is unlikely a Muslim, especially one politicized enough to carry out an attack such as this, would observe it. I think this provides more evidence that this was a false flag operation or at least an attack by a non-Muslim group.

So what we’re looking for are non-Muslim, foreign builders with a poor sense of direction and a wide-selection of tools…. Gorrit! Run CCTV:

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