Guess who the new employee is at London's main airport
? (via Dhimmi Watch
An Afghan hijacker who forced an airliner to fly to Britain is now working at Heathrow, it has been disclosed.
Nazamuddin Mohammidy, 34, was one of a gang of nine that threatened to blow up an internal flight in Afghanistan, along with 173 passengers and crew, unless they were granted political asylum.
The Afghan hijackers forced the Boeing 727 to divert to Britain where they surrendered to police and the SAS after a 70-hour stand-off at Stansted Airport, Essex in February 2000.
Mohammidy, of Hounslow, Middlesex, is now working as an office cleaner for British Airways.
The discovery came after he was stopped and searched by officers from the Metropolitan Police under the Terrorism Act near Heathrow’s Terminal 5 on Tuesday where he gave his surname as Mohamed.
Mohammidy appeared in custody before Uxbridge magistrates the following day under the name Mohammady accused of being in breach of bail after being charged with assault and criminal damage in December last year. He does not face any charges under the Terrorism Act.
And while he may be appearing before a magistrates court today, I wouldn't be surprised if they do nothing to change that. Geez, they really did give him asylum.
Labels: jihad, londonistan, terrorism