3 August 2007

The source of Islam's 'Elixir' of Jihad

I have written extensively about the Jihad with Heroin that is being conducted against British society on the streets of Luton & Dunstable - England by the Pakistani Moslem community within the confines of Fortress Bury Park.

This highly lucrative and destructive commodity in the hands of the Luton Al Qaeda trained and inspired Moslems is owned and controlled on the ground here by a large network of Islamic extremists who operate under the banner and leadership of "The Khan Mafia".

Heroin is the number one source of finance for the street Jihad that is being conducted against local life and society within Great Britian.

This business that is owned and controlled by the Pakistani Moslem community of Luton is a well known fact to everyone who lives here and has developed pretty much unhindered for the last 20 - 25 years.

This article from Time exposes the source of the Heroin trail before ending up on British streets.

Taken from Time: Terrorism Harvest

U.S. forces on the trail of Osama bin Laden and the leaders of the Taliban in late 2001 didn't worry much about elderly, pious-looking men like Haji Juma Khan. A towering tribesman from the Baluchistan desert near Pakistan, Khan was picked up that December near Kandahar and taken into U.S. custody. Though known to U.S. and Afghan officials as a drug trafficker, he seemed an insignificant catch. "At the time, the Americans were only interested in catching bin Laden and [Taliban leader] Mullah Omar," says a European counterterrorism expert in Kabul. "Juma Khan walked."

That decision has come back to haunt the U.S. and its allies in Afghanistan. Western intelligence agencies believe Khan has become the kingpin of a heroin-trafficking enterprise that is a principal source of funding for the Taliban and al-Qaeda terrorists. A Western law-enforcement official in Kabul who is tracking Khan says agents in Pakistan and Afghanistan, after a tip-off in May, turned up evidence that Khan is employing a fleet of cargo ships to move Afghan heroin out of the Pakistani port of Karachi. The official says at least three vessels on return trips from the Middle East took arms like plastic explosives and antitank mines, which were secretly unloaded in Karachi and shipped overland to al-Qaeda and Taliban fighters. Khan is now a marked man. "He's obviously very tightly tied to the Taliban," says Robert Charles, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement. Mirwais Yasini, head of the Afghan government's Counter-Narcotics Directorate, says, "There are central linkages among Khan, Mullah Omar and bin Laden."

The emergence of Khan's network reflects the challenges the U.S. still faces in Afghanistan as the U.S. struggles to hunt al-Qaeda's leaders, disarm Afghanistan's warlords and shore up President Hamid Karzai against a revived Taliban-led insurgency. The renewed trade in opium has worsened all those problems. The World Bank calculates that more than half of Afghanistan's economy is tied up in drugs. The combined incomes of farmers and in-country traffickers reached $2.23 billion last year--up from $1.3 billion in 2002. Heroin trafficking has long been the main source of funds for local warlords' private armies, which thwart Karzai's attempts to expand his authority beyond Kabul. But the drug trade is becoming even more dangerous: U.S. and British counterterrorism experts say al-Qaeda and its Taliban allies are increasingly financing operations with opium sales. Antidrug officials in Afghanistan have no hard figures on how much al-Qaeda and the Taliban are earning from drugs, but conservative estimates run to tens of millions of dollars.

The Taliban and al-Qaeda don't grow the opium poppies. Their involvement is higher up the drug chain, where profits are fatter, and so is their cut of the deal. Yasini says the terrorists receive a share of profits in return for supplying gunmen to protect labs and convoys. Recent busts have revealed evidence of al-Qaeda's ties to the trade. On New Year's Eve, a U.S. Navy vessel stopped a small fishing boat in the Arabian Sea. After a search, says a Western antinarcotics official, "they found several al-Qaeda guys sitting on a bale of drugs." In January U.S. and Afghan agents raided a drug runner's house in Kabul and found a dozen or so satellite phones. The phones were passed on to the CIA station in Kabul, which found that they had been used to call numbers linked to suspected terrorists in Turkey, the Balkans and Western Europe. And in March U.S. troops searching a suspected terrorist hideout in Oruzgan province found opium with an estimated street value of $15 million.

Antidrug officials say the only way to cut off al-Qaeda's pipeline is to destroy the poppy farms. U.S. military commanders have been reluctant to commit the nearly 20,000 U.S. troops in Afghanistan to opium eradication, fearing that doing so would divert attention from the hunt for terrorists. The U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, has tapped top Drug Enforcement Administration official Harold Wankel to lead an intensified drive to nail kingpins, shut down heroin-production labs, eradicate poppy fields and persuade farmers to plant food crops. If the drug cartels aren't stopped, the U.S. fears, they could sow more chaos in Afghanistan--which al-Qaeda and the Taliban could exploit to wrest back power. Miwa Kato, a Kabul-based officer for the U.N.'s Office on Drugs and Crime, puts it this way: "The opium problem has the capacity to undo everything that's being done here to help the Afghans." Few outcomes would please America's enemies more. --With reporting by Massimo Calabresi and Elaine Shannon/Washington

With reporting by Massimo Calabresi and Elaine Shannon/ Washington

As you will see from the Time article, one of the key Heroin traffickers on the ground in Afghanistan/Pakistan is another Khan.

Al Qaeda declared War on Great Britain on 7/7 and was facilitated on the ground in Great Britian by the Pakistani Moslem community within the confines of Fortress Bury Park Luton. The 'recruiter' of Mohamed Sidique Khan the ring leader of this act of War was a Pakistani Moslem from Luton called Mr Q Khan.

It is said that Mr Q Khan deals with the top echelons of Al Qaeda in Afghanistan/Pakistan and has recruited many more Western born fighters to fight the Jihad around the world for Al Qaeda.

The revelations came to light about Luton's Mr Q Khan and his activites after information about operation crevice by British security services was released and the subsequent arrest and imprisonment of those involved in this the biggest planned terrorist campaign against Great Britian ever in our history - The 'Fertiliser plot'. Mr Q Khan is said to have been the 'Emir' of this Al Qaeda campaign against mainland Britian, with this horrendous murderous plan being plotted and facilitated within the confines of Fortress Bury Park - Luton. The Al Qaeda trained bomb maker of this plot was also another Pakistani Moslem from within Fortress Bury Park.

The Pakistani Moslem community of Luton are using Heroin as a
weapon of war against the infidel in our society and are swimming in the illegal proceeds that are earned through this trade throughout Great Britian.

This trade in death that is being pumped out against the innocent local community is controlled on the ground in Luton by the
Khan Mafia who we know have Al Qaeda trained terrorists amongst them who deal direct with the top echelons of the Al Qaeda's leadership in Pakistan/Afghanistan.

Heroin is the number one financial source of wealth for the street Jihad in the vacinity of where I live and has financed the establishment of an Ialamic paramilitary force on the streets of Luton & Dunstable that is large, well organised, extremly wealthy and heavily armed.

Is it any wonder Al Qaeda declared War on Great Britian from within the confines and vicinity of Fortress Bury Park - Luton?

Heroin is also the number one source of wealth for the Jihad on the ground in Afghanistan against coalition troops there.

An excellent article in the Daily Mail on the state of play with regards to our British troops and the poppy crop in Afghanistan, in the article the writer links the Heroin in Afgnistan to the Russians like what I mentioned in my post: Nuclear Terror in London

Our economic achievement in Afghanistan goes well beyond the simple production of raw opium. In fact Afghanistan no longer exports much raw opium at all. It has succeeded in what our international aid efforts urge every developing country to do. Afghanistan has gone into manufacturing and 'value-added' operations.

It now exports not opium, but heroin. Opium is converted into heroin on an industrial scale, not in kitchens but in factories. Millions of gallons of the chemicals needed for this process are shipped into Afghanistan by tanker. The tankers and bulk opium lorries on the way to the factories share the roads, improved by American aid, with Nato troops.

Full article can be read here: Daily Mail

Has the time not come to stamp out the Golden Sword of Jihad..



Anonymous said...

Lionheart keep up the very intresting truthful informative site,it is soul lifting to read your page,to feel you are on our wavelengh and speak openly of the situation we all know exists daily on the streets of Luton with the approval of the Government at local and national level,just one question on the production of the opium growing ,why cant the US just napalm it all?and do the world a very big favour?
I understand the situation in Luton very well,as I live on your doorstep so to speak

Lionheart said...

Thank you for visiting my blog anonymous.

Heroin has many positive sides within medicine aswell as being a highly addictive and destructive street drug.

if the worlds supply was to cease then we would have 10's of thousands of drug crazed monsters that Al Qaeda have helped create, craving and going off their heads for their daily hit of Heroin across Great Britian.

there was an excellent documentary on channel 4 the other day called "The insider - Heroin on the NHS", i am trying to get a link to it on the internet because it shows the reality of what is happening to young people in our society.

There are chemicals out there that can destroy the crop but our leaders are more concerned about the Afghan economy than the number one financial resource for the global Jihad that is destroying our society.

It is our individual responsibility to tackle this threat on the ground around us for the safety of our society. Our governments are not going to stamp this out so we must and they must help us.

Its is good to know that you understand the situation i write about because it is a very serious situation that our country faces.

We could ignore it, but where does that ultimately lead us.

God bless you