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Old August 27th, 2012 #1
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Starting with one of the comments because the whole thing sounds like a sub-plot for that movie tom harris just featured:

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Can't the mi6 just ask every London hospital what make doctors are on leave then check for any Syrian links or if anyone has flown to Syria ?
Find terrorist NHS doctor: MI6 lead hunt for extremist on sabbatical from London hospital who held British journalist captive in Syria

British-born doctor was senior member of heavily-armed militant gang that held two photographers captive at a camp in war-torn Syria
Medic told captive John Cantlie he took leave from his post at a leading London hospital to wage 'holy war'
Extremist - who has a wife and child in Britain - intends to return to a job in the NHS when he leaves Syria


Intelligence services were last night trying to trace an NHS doctor who was part of a terror cell that kidnapped and shot a British photographer in Syria.

The AK-47-wielding medic is part of an extremist gang that held veteran war photographer John Cantlie and a fellow western journalist hostage for a week.

A heavily bearded Islamic fanatic, he told his prisoners he had taken a sabbatical from his NHS job to wage a ‘holy war’ in Syria.

He also told them that he was planning to return to his senior post in a South London A&E department.

Last night the General Medical Council said it would be investigating Mr Cantlie’s account.

A spokesman said: ‘Protecting patients is our priority. We are looking very closely at these allegations.’

Mr Cantlie, 41, was captured last month with Dutch colleague Jeroen Oerlemans while they were covering the civil war between President Assad’s army and rebel fighters.

As he tried to flee in a botched escape attempt, Mr Cantlie was shot in the arm but was later treated by the doctor, who was using a clearly labelled NHS medical kit.

When asked his name, he told the captives: ‘Just call me the doctor – I’m the only one here.’

The medic, who said he was 28 and had a wife and child in Britain, was also among the leaders of a group who were planning to behead ‘spies’ and was furious when the execution of two Syrians he believed to be undercover agents was halted.

It comes just days after the intelligence services warned that dozens of Britons, many thought to be of Pakistani origin, were going to Syria to wage jihad, or holy war. The concern is that they will return to the UK radicalised and pose a security problem.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz24mBvJbvh
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Old August 27th, 2012 #2
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None of insurgents were Syrian: UK journalist Monday August 6, 2012


"Not a Syrian in sight. This wasn’t what I had expected…Two of them were so Anglicised they couldn’t speak Arabic.”John Cantile, British journalist freed from capture in Syria
A British photographer who was captured by insurgents in Syria has said that his captors were foreign extremists including several Britons with “not a Syrian in sight”.
On July 19, freelance photographer John Cantile, alongside his Dutch colleague Jeroen Oerlemans, was kidnapped in northern Syrian and freed one week later.

Cantile said he was held in a camp by 30 foreign extremists including some from Britain and Pakistan. He also revealed that some of his captors were “young men with south London accents”.

“Not a Syrian in sight. This wasn't what I had expected”, Cantile added. “Two of them were so Anglicised they couldn't speak Arabic”.

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/08...s-were-syrian

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Old August 27th, 2012 #3
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The medic, who said he was 28 and had a wife and child in Britain, was also among the leaders of a group who were planning to behead ‘spies’ and was furious when the execution of two Syrians he believed to be undercover agents was halted.
Time for the lemming Brits to grow a pair and kick this scum out if Britain !
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Old August 28th, 2012 #4
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Time for the lemming Brits to grow a pair and kick this scum out if Britain !
No James, that will never happen - everything is so very carefully choreographed here. You see, there are GOOD shitskins, like the Free Syrian Army, and BAD muslamic raygun ones like Bin Laden - it all depends on what the (usually) black presenter or screeching feminist woman on the talmudvision says.

Interesting article here explaining the actions taken by these intrepid journalists to end up in captivity (books out soon, no doubt):



“John [Cantlie] had entered Syria this way before”, Oerlemans tells NRC, “but where he went left before, we now went right. A Syrian smuggler sent us in that direction.


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“They were only foreign jihadists; I don’t think there was one Syrian among them,” Dutch photographer Jeroen Oerlemans says about the group of fighters who captured and held him and British photographer John Cantlie for a week in northern Syria.

Referring to them as jihadists, he declares in an interview with journalist Bram Vermeulen in Dutch newspaper NRC: “Those guys are totally independent from the Free Syrian Army. Many of them spoke good English, with Birmingham accents.

According to them, a large flow of international fighters have crossed the borders with Syria during the past few weeks.”Oerlemans, a freelancer with the British agency Panos Pictures, and Cantlie illegally crossed the Syrian border with Turkey on July 19 through a hole in the border fence and climbed up a hill. “John [Cantlie] had entered Syria this way before”, Oerlemans tells NRC, “but where he went left before, we now went right. A Syrian smuggler sent us in that direction. He was constantly on the phone and didn’t speak English, so we couldn’t discuss anything with him.

After a while we reached what I thought was a refugee camp – but we walked straight into a group of twenty bearded men who started to yell at us and showed us their Kalashnikovs. We asked them if they were shabiha, Assad forces. ‘You don’t think shabiha would speak English’, a Pakistani-looking guy said to us. There were a few Africans among the group. Many Central-Asians. Foreign jihadists.”“They didn’t believe we were journalists, they thought we were CIA”, Oerlemans states in the NRC interview. “Then one of the black jihadists started to scream: ‘Those are journalists who now witness us preparing an international jihad at this place.’ They consider Syria as the final battlefield. They share the same enemy with the Free Syrian Army, they only fight for different reasons and with a different purpose. Once Assad is ousted, the Shari’a law should be established in Syria.”“

All day we were spoken to about the Qur’an and that we should prepare for death, it was rather scary. I don’t think they were Al Qaeda; they seemed too amateurish for that. They said, ‘We’re not Al Qaeda, but Al Qaeda is down the road.’”, Oerlemans says in another interview published in the New York Times on July 28. “I immediately felt sorry for the Free Syrian Army. After they will have managed to rid themselves of Assad, they have to deal with these guys.”Oerlemans says to NRC he and Cantlie were sent down the hill to a stock tent, where they found two handcuffed men. “The jihadists told us they were Assad’s informants and would die for sure. We were also handcuffed and blindfolded.”

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http://philosophers-stone.co.uk/word...uths-and-lies/
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Old October 17th, 2012 #5
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An NHS doctor has been charged with terror offences following the kidnapping of a photographer and his colleague in Syria.

Shajul Islam, 26, was charged with imprisoning John Cantlie, a British photographer, and Dutchman Jeroen Oerlemans in July this year. It follows his arrest at Heathrow airport last Tuesday.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...-in-court.html
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Old November 11th, 2013 #6
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Default NHS doctor accused of kidnapping British photographer and Dutch colleague in Syria has case dropped

Says it all.

A newly-qualified NHS doctor accused of involvement in the kidnapping of two journalists in Syria walked free from court today after the case against him collapsed.

Shajul Islam, 26, had been due to stand trial alongside his brother Najul Islam and a third man for their alleged roles in the imprisonment of British photojournalist John Cantlie and his Dutch colleague Jeroen Oerlemans on the Turkish-Syrian border last summer.

The two journalists were held captive for nine days after they strayed into a jihadist camp in Syria’s lawless north and both suffered gunshot wounds when they staged an unsuccessful escape attempt. They were eventually freed by members of the Free Syrian Army and Dr Islam, from Stratford, east London, was arrested at Heathrow airport when he returned to Britain with his wife and young daughter from Egypt last October.

On the opening day of the trial at Kingston Crown Court, west London, prosecutors said a problem had arisen to “frustrate” their case and they were now unable to call either Mr Cantlie or Mr Oerlemans to give evidence. The court was told that because the case relied on their testimony the prosecution was no longer able to proceed and verdicts of not guilty were to be recorded. The reasons why the two victims were unable to give evidence were not disclosed in court.

Lawyers for Dr Islam, who was suspended by the General Medical Council after he was charged and held in prison on remand, said the medic had played no role in the kidnapping of the two men.

Henry Blaxland QC, for Dr Islam, said: “Shajul was in Syria as a newly-qualified doctor. He responded to a call to assist in one of the world’s most desperate humanitarian crises, where the need for doctors was and is acute.

“He did his best to help. He played no part in any kidnappings. He is relieved that this case has come to an end and that he has been cleared.”

Following his release, Mr Cantlie, who has previously worked for The Sunday Times, told of how his injuries following the escape attempt had been treated by an unnamed British doctor .

The journalist described how he had been held by a group of about 40 jihadists of varying nationalities, including Britons and Chechens, and put in fear of being executed. It is understood the group was led by an “emir” who was a Saudi national.

Dr Islam and his co-defendant, Jubayer Chowdhury, 24, had denied charges of false imprisonment under terrorism legislation.

Najul Islam, 31, also from Stratford and an administrator for the Department for Work and Pensions, had also denied charges of assisting his two co-defendants to engage in terrorist acts by paying for them to travel to Syria and paying for supplies including night vision goggles and medical supplies which he drove from Britain to Turkey.

Mark Dennis QC, prosecuting, said the possibilities of adjourning the case or seeking to admit into proceedings previous statements from the two journalists had been given “anxious consideration” but rejected.

He said: “The victims in this case are the principle witnesses. The case rests wholly on their evidence. The prosecution are unable to call either victim for the purposes of the trial listed today.”

Judge Nicholas Price QC ordered that the men be discharged, adding: “I make no observations of my own.”

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...d-8932716.html
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nick griffin of the bnp should be told about this.
If Dr Death gets captured nick griffin of the bnp can campaign for his release.
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A newly-qualified NHS doctor accused of involvement in the kidnapping of two journalists in Syria walked free from court today after the case against him collapsed.

Shajul Islam, 26, had been due to stand trial alongside his brother Najul Islam and a third man for their alleged roles in the imprisonment of British photojournalist John Cantlie and his Dutch colleague Jeroen Oerlemans on the Turkish-Syrian border last summer.

(November 2013)

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It is more than likely that like journalism Medical aid workers,counsellors of all stripes are western system agents in the first place.Certainly history proves this particularly with the medicine sans frontier crowd who facilitated the genocide in Rwanda of the Tutsi's which has so industrially gone tits up for the French. Now tutsi aligned militias and guerillas control virtually all of northern and central Africa and show no signs of fatigue as they engage the French in the Congo.

It is delicious irony that Gaddafi equipped and trained the tutsis with israeli mercenaries doing the instructing on the ground. Now the corrupt scum governments of the West are starting to feel the heat generated by their sly machinations dedicated to the perverted science that is multi racialism
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Exactly andy, very little "journalism" seems to have been done since.

On the opening day of the trial at Kingston Crown Court, west London, prosecutors said a problem had arisen to “frustrate” their case and they were now unable to call either Mr Cantlie or Mr Oerlemans to give evidence. The court was told that because the case relied on their testimony the prosecution was no longer able to proceed and verdicts of not guilty were to be recorded. The reasons why the two victims were unable to give evidence were not disclosed in court.
 
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Exactly andy, very little "journalism" seems to have been done since.

On the opening day of the trial at Kingston Crown Court, west London, prosecutors said a problem had arisen to “frustrate” their case and they were now unable to call either Mr Cantlie or Mr Oerlemans to give evidence. The court was told that because the case relied on their testimony the prosecution was no longer able to proceed and verdicts of not guilty were to be recorded. The reasons why the two victims were unable to give evidence were not disclosed in court.
On balance it is far more likely that any Doctor's deployed in war zones are System spies than Terrorists. Often they be both with the full knowledge of the principles of the conflicting organisations and governments
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“John [Cantlie] had entered Syria this way before”, Oerlemans tells NRC, “but where he went left before, we now went right. A Syrian smuggler sent us in that direction.


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“They were only foreign jihadists; I don’t think there was one Syrian among them,” Dutch photographer Jeroen Oerlemans says about the group of fighters who captured and held him and British photographer John Cantlie for a week in northern Syria.
Well, well, well...

Looky here folks, just look who showed up again.


Isis video shows UK hostage delivering propaganda message

John Cantlie, who has been held by Islamic State for almost two years, says: 'I've been abandoned by my government'

A British press photographer who has been held "prisoner" by "Islamic State militants" for almost two years has become the latest "hostage" to be "forced" to appear in a video, this time delivering a propaganda message on behalf of the group in what he admits is a desperate gamble to save his life.

In a clip posted on the internet, John Cantlie calmly introduces himself and explains his predicament, before calling on the public to act to "change this seemingly inevitable sequence of events" by forcing helping the American and British governments to change their policies on hostage-taking. nuke Syria, Malaysia, Indonesia, North Korea, Belarus, Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Tajikistan, etc.

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Well, well, well...

Looky here folks, just look who showed up again.


Isis video shows UK hostage delivering propaganda message

John Cantlie, who has been held by Islamic State for almost two years, says: 'I've been abandoned by my government'

A British press photographer who has been held "prisoner" by "Islamic State militants" for almost two years has become the latest "hostage" to be "forced" to appear in a video, this time delivering a propaganda message on behalf of the group in what he admits is a desperate gamble to save his life.

In a clip posted on the internet, John Cantlie calmly introduces himself and explains his predicament, before calling on the public to act to "change this seemingly inevitable sequence of events" by forcing helping the American and British governments to change their policies on hostage-taking. nuke Syria, Malaysia, Indonesia, North Korea, Belarus, Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Tajikistan, etc.

That picture shows a tattoo less special forces operative
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Default Why Was Media Citing Man Accused of Kidnapping Journalists as Credible Source on Syrian Chemical Attack?

(Update: After this article was published, the U.S. launched a missile attack on a Syrian government airfield, which ISIS subsequently exploited.)


By Ben Norton / AlterNet April 6, 2017


Media outlets have been pouring fuel on the fire of war. One of the key voices calling for Western intervention that is being amplified by corporate news networks is Shajul Islam, a doctor in the al-Qaeda-controlled Syrian province of Idlib.

Islam has accused the Syrian government of carrying out a chemical attack on civilians. Dozens of major media outlets have cited his claims, while conceding that they have not been independently verified.

Meanwhile, these news publications have failed to disclose a crucial detail about the doctor: He was accused in court of kidnapping journalists in Syria.

In October 2012, Shajul Islam was arrested in the UK and charged with kidnapping two photographers, one British and one Dutch. He was accused of providing medical treatment for the Salafi jihadist extremist group in Syria that held the journalists hostage.

The case eventually fell apart and the charges against Islam were dropped because the prosecution was not able to hear evidence from the victims, who were the key witnesses. The attorney said this served "to frustrate the trial from the point of view of the prosecution."

John Cantlie, one of the journalists Islam was accused of kidnapping, was unable to appear at the trial because he was still a hostage. He had been briefly freed in July 2012, but was soon kidnapped again — this time by ISIS. Cantlie was held with James Foley, the American journalist who was beheaded on camera by Mohamed Emwazi, an ISIS foreign fighter from London.

Islam's younger brother, Razul, reportedly entered Syria to volunteer as a foreign fighter in the ranks of ISIS.

Sometime in 2016, Shajul Islam smuggled himself back into Syria and is now working in Idlib.

AlterNet previously detailed how Idlib is the "heartland" of al-Qaeda, as even hawkish pundits who have repeatedly called for further Western military intervention in Syria have acknowledged.

None of these facts stopped major news outlets from citing Islam's claims and social media posts in their reports on the alleged Idlib chemical attack, including CBS News, Fox News, McClatchy, the Daily Beast, Voice of America, the New York Daily News, the New York Post, CBC, Politico, the Independent, Vocativ, Bellingcat, Euronews, Middle East Eye, the Mirror, Metro, the Daily Mail, the Sun and UNILAD.

NBC News and Middle East Eye published entire profiles on Islam without identifying the past accusations against him.


Even right-wing pro-Trump media outlets that have previously opposed U.S.-led regime change in Syria have suddenly had a change of heart, now that the president is on board. PJ Media and Western Journalism also uncritically cited Shajul Islam without providing any context.

In another report, NBC News said it spoke with Islam, whom it described as "a London surgeon who was volunteering in a hospital just outside Idlib." NBC added that it "was not able to verify either account from the ground."

Most of the publications similarly provide just a sentence of background on Islam, noting he was "trained in the UK and now works in northern Syria." None mentioned the accusations of kidnapping.

Several media outlets that are now uncritically spreading Islam's unverified claims have previously reported on the fact that he was once charged with working with an extremist group in Syria.

Alleged Chemical Attack

As AlterNet previously reported, Syrian al-Qaeda and other extremist rebel groups have constructed a hyper-repressive regime in Idlib. Salafi jihadists ethnically cleansed religious and ethnic minorities from the area, while banning music and instituting a violent theocratic system in which women accused of adultery are publicly executed. Amnesty International documented Salafi jihadist groups' use of summary killings, torture, abductions and sectarian violence in the province.

On April 4, an alleged chemical attack in Idlib killed dozens of civilians. The details around the incident are murky. Staffan de Mistura, the U.N. special envoy for Syria noted at a press conference after the attack, "We have not yet any official or reliable confirmation."

Federica Mogherini, high representative of the EU for foreign affairs and security policy, likewise said, "We also do not have evidence at the moment."

A statement by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons did not apportion blame and noted it "is in the process of gathering and analysing information."

However, the U.S. government, which has spent billions over the past several years arming and training rebels committed to overthrowing Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad, immediately said the Syrian government had used chemical weapons, an accusation the Syrian and Russian governments denied.

Media outlets were quick to jump on board and echo the U.S. government's claims. Shajul Islam became a key source for the accusation that the Syrian government had used sarin gas against civilians.

In the frequently cited videos Islam posted to social media, he openly called for more foreign intervention in Syria and reiterated talking points that have for years been echoed by supporters of regime change.

"We urge you to put pressure on your government, put pressure on anyone, to help us," Islam said. "I'm trying to make awareness so that people will support us and support our work and give us the equipment we need to continue saving lives."

Islam also claimed the alleged chemical attack is one of a string of such incidents, insisting, "These gas attacks are continuing every day and no one is doing anything to stop these gas attacks."

He tried to frighten civilians in the West claiming, "Now it's the civilian population of Syria; soon it would be the civilian population of America, in a subway or something." In reality, experts recognize that Syria's al-Qaeda affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra, the most powerful force among the rebels in the country (in its rebranded forms), poses the actual threat to civilians in the West, not the Syrian government.

Islam's claims have not been independently verified, and he said in a video that because of safety concerns he was not able to share his location.

Misleading Media Reporting

Major news networks have demonstrated a similar lack of skepticism when it comes to reporting on other issues about Syria. Ambiguous "activists" and rebel groups committed to overthrowing the Syrian government, some of them linked to al-Qaeda, are often cited as sources in media reports.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights is perhaps the leading source for information, and is frequently described by media outlets as a "monitoring group." Yet even the New York Times, which often draws from SOHR's claims, has acknowledged that it "is virtually a one-man band" run out of the home of a man in a small town in England who has not been to Syria in more than a decade.

Likewise, major news networks like CNN have repeatedly cited Bilal Abdul Kareem, a propagandist for extremist jihadists militias in Syria who has embedded himself with al-Qaeda's Syrian franchise, as a supposed independent observer of the war.

http://www.alternet.org/grayzone-pro...ck-syria-media



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I saw video on the Jimmy Dore show of the white helmets cleaning up after the attack sans respirators, gloves or any other safety apparatus. Seems fishy for a sarin gas attack. The main doctor was tweeting and video conferencing as his hospital filled up w/ victims. It doesn't make a lick of sense. Well, I mean, if they're listening to warlords and Isis it kinda makes sense but it doesn't make sense to me, out of the loop as I am.

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Commentary — It has been widely noted that President Assad would have absolutely no motive to attack civilians at a time when his military was on the verge of wrapping up a six-year invasion of his country by largely foreign jihadists. But General Mathis said with a completely straight face on national television that he has no doubt that Assad did in fact “gas his own people.” So you would think that he must have some pretty reliable sources for that information. Is it a highly trained cadre of secret agents operating in ISIS/al Qaida-held territory? Not quite. It’s Facebook posts, Twitter feeds, and YouTube videos from anti-Assad “moderate terrorists.” Well, that’s must be unbiased information. Even though their entire narrative completely defies logic, it must be true because when has ISIS Twitter ever been wrong? It has to be at least as reliable as our Jewish-dominated media.

A senior administration official laid out evidence that the Syrian regime was behind the chemical attack in the country that killed at least 80 people last week.

The official said intelligence gathered from social media accounts, open source videos, reporting, imagery, and geospatial intelligence showed that the chemical attack was a regime attack.

“I don’t think there’s evidence to the contrary at all,” an official who briefed reporters on background Tuesday said.

The official said evidence showed that the attack came from aircraft from the Sharyat Airbase — which the U.S. struck with missiles Thursday night — and that information suggested personnel associated with the country’s chemical warfare program were at that airfield at the time of the attack.

The official added that there were physiological samples from victims of the attack, and that their symptoms — frothing at the nose and mouth, twitching — were “very consistent with nerve agent and sarin exposure” and not consistent with chlorine poisoning.

“The Russian and Syrian narratives are false, and there is depth of information that supports this,” the official said. “We don’t think it’s remotely possible for Syrians or Russians to fabricate this much information so quickly.”

“Moscow said chemicals were caused by a regime airstrike on a terrorist ammunition depot in the eastern suburbs of Khan Shaykhun. However, a Syrian military source told Russian state media on April 4 that regime forces had not carried out any airstrike in Khan Shaykhun, contradicting Russia’s claim. An open source video also shows where we believe the chemical munition landed — not on a military base filled with weapons, but in the middle of a street in the northern section of Khan Shaykhun.”

The official said that although Russia has alleged terrorists were using an ammunition depot to produce and store shells containing toxic gas, U.S. intelligence does not show that any terrorist groups in the area have access to sarin.

“It is quite clear that this is not a terrorist-holding or use of sarin. We do know the Syrian regime has sarin

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