"There is a forgotten, nay almost forbidden word,
which means more to me than any other.
That word is ENGLAND." - Sir Winston Churchill
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Convicted rapist hunted by police was able to flee UK to join the Islamic State after his early release from jail
“Ahmed, who is of Eritrean descent, was found guilty of conspiracy to rape and was one of four young men who were jailed for a total of 62 years. He was the youngest member of the gang of four rapists, who lured a 16-year-old girl into a flat in Crouch End and raped her.” He was acting upon the Qur’an’s permission for Muslim men to use Infidel women sexually, cf. the “captives of the right hand” passages, 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50, 70:30. Why was he released early from jail? What was done while he was in jail to disabuse him of his Islamic supremacist assumptions? Why, nothing. To have done anything of that kind would have been “Islamophobic.”
“Convicted rapist being hunted by police was able to flee UK to join ISIS in Syria after his early release from jail,” by MailOnline, March 13, 2016 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
A convicted rapist who disappeared from the UK while out of prison on licence has been identified as one of the British jihadists revealed in the leaked ISIS files.
Ondogo Ahmed, from north London, was 18 years old when he was given an eight-year sentence for his part in the gang rape of a 16-year-old girl in a flat in Crouch End, London in August 2007.
MailOnline understands that Ahmed and a fellow relative Bilal, were killed fighting for ISIS near the city of Homs on 10 November 2013, just over two months after joining the jihadi group.
Ahmed, who is of Eritrean descent, was found guilty of conspiracy to rape and was one of four young men who were jailed for a total of 62 years.
He was the youngest member of the gang of four rapists, who lured a 16-year-old girl into a flat in Crouch End and raped her.
The ISIS registration files reveal that Ahmed crossed into Syria via Turkey on 2 August 2013 and took the nom-de-guerre Abu Yusuf al-Britani.
Following his disappearance, police released an appeal for information about his whereabouts on 6 November 2013.
‘Police in Islington are asking for help from members of the public to trace Ondogo Ahmed.
‘Ondogo Ahmed is wanted on recall to prison for breaching his licence conditions by associating with one of his co-defendants. He is believed to still be in the N7 area,’ the appeal read.
The manner in which Ahmed managed to evade security services and leave the country remains an issue of great concern….
Prior to the uncovering of the leaked ISIS documents, Ahmed, from Arsenal, North London, had never been publicly named as a member of ISIS.
He is thought to have been part of a group of at least five British men of Eritrean heritage from north London who have joined ISIS….