Tuesday, 10 Jul, 2007 Politics

Terrorists Threaten the British Queen and the ex Prime Minister Personally


Al-Qaeda has directly threatened the Queen of England and ex Prime Minister, Tony Blair, for honoring British-Indian novelist Ahmed Salman Rushdie the title of knight.

Messages to the Queen and Tony Blair were found on the Internet. The threats were maid by the second most sought after terrorist, Ayman Muhammad Rabaie al-Zawahiri. As ground for threats was the fact that the British-Indian novelist Salman Rushdie was honored the knight title - now he is Sir Ahmed Salman Rushdie. As a subject of the British Crown, Salman Rushie was sentenced to death (fatwa - a religious edict) in 1989 by the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran Ayatollah Ali Khamenei for publishing the "The Satanic Verses", the novelist's fourth novel. After the book appeared it provoked very violent reactions from Muslims. Recently Iranian authorities have once again confirmed that the verdict was still valid.

News agencies report Al-Qaeda to plan some explicit actions to this step of Her Majesty. Al-Zawahiri claimed that the new Prime-Minister, Gordon Brown, changed external politics of the country, which, as said by the terrorist, "lead to the tragedy in London's underground" on 5th July, 2005. "If you haven't learned that lesson, we are ready to teach you another", said Al-Zawahiri.

Besides these general threats the terrorist made personal threats to the Queen and the ex Prime Minister, Tony Blair. He said he intended to punish them for making Salman Rushdie a knight.

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