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Bored now.

 


Is joining the 'Grumpy Old Gits' Club

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Whatever your views, we've certainly got some very interesting Palace fans.

 

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Originally posted by Mapletree

It's good you have read the thread. So you will be aware, but perhaps have forgotten, that I did not say she had no family.

In response to ''I suspect her parents had done that over the years, didn't take much notice did she.'' I wrote ''Her mother died. Her father, with whom she was not living, had to take over her upbringing. I doubt he understood or communicated with her well''.

It is also good you have read all about this lady when she was a little girl. I could, however, find no mention of a radicalising uncle. Perhaps she was influenced by Sharmeena Begum's uncle, Shamim Miah, who is a devout Muslim. They are not related to Shamima Begum.

From your reading of the thread you will also have noted that I stated I have little sympathy for Shamima Begum -''I have no great empathy with her. However, she would appear to be our problem and one we should not shirk.''

Whilst I know she spoke unemotionally about seeing severed heads in a bin, I was not aware that ''she was privy to torture and executions and clearly was proud of her actions.'' I would be interested to read the source of this information.

By the way, Begum's husband was indeed a disenfranchised Christian kid who converted to Islam.

And finally, in order of the length of time I spent there:

Saudi Arabia
Brunei
Malaysia
Bahrain
Dubai

I also worked with - but not in - Kuwait during the crisis, having a number of people hidden in domestic ventilation systems throughout that time.

Edited by Mapletree (21 Sep 2019 2.54pm)

You really have perfected the art of posting patronising replies.

Coming to a cinema near you: Mapletree's List

 

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Anyone else curious as to her whereabouts? Has there been any recent news?

 


Red and Blue Army!

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dont want or need the terrorist woman back, just to sponge off the taxpayer and carry on with her jihadi scheming....she aint gonna change, she believes shes done nothing wrong

 

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Originally posted by Mapletree

It's good you have read the thread. So you will be aware, but perhaps have forgotten, that I did not say she had no family.

In response to ''I suspect her parents had done that over the years, didn't take much notice did she.'' I wrote ''Her mother died. Her father, with whom she was not living, had to take over her upbringing. I doubt he understood or communicated with her well''.

It is also good you have read all about this lady when she was a little girl. I could, however, find no mention of a radicalising uncle. Perhaps she was influenced by Sharmeena Begum's uncle, Shamim Miah, who is a devout Muslim. They are not related to Shamima Begum.

From your reading of the thread you will also have noted that I stated I have little sympathy for Shamima Begum -''I have no great empathy with her. However, she would appear to be our problem and one we should not shirk.''

Whilst I know she spoke unemotionally about seeing severed heads in a bin, I was not aware that ''she was privy to torture and executions and clearly was proud of her actions.'' I would be interested to read the source of this information.

By the way, Begum's husband was indeed a disenfranchised Christian kid who converted to Islam.

And finally, as I told you in 2016, in order of the length of time I spent there:

Saudi Arabia
Brunei
Malaysia
Bahrain
Dubai

I also worked with - but not in - Kuwait during the crisis, having a number of people hidden in domestic ventilation systems throughout that time.

Edited by Mapletree (21 Sep 2019 2.54pm)

 

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Originally posted by Mapletree

It's good you have read the thread. So you will be aware, but perhaps have forgotten, that I did not say she had no family.

In response to ''I suspect her parents had done that over the years, didn't take much notice did she.'' I wrote ''Her mother died. Her father, with whom she was not living, had to take over her upbringing. I doubt he understood or communicated with her well''.

It is also good you have read all about this lady when she was a little girl. I could, however, find no mention of a radicalising uncle. Perhaps she was influenced by Sharmeena Begum's uncle, Shamim Miah, who is a devout Muslim. They are not related to Shamima Begum.

From your reading of the thread you will also have noted that I stated I have little sympathy for Shamima Begum -''I have no great empathy with her. However, she would appear to be our problem and one we should not shirk.''

Whilst I know she spoke unemotionally about seeing severed heads in a bin, I was not aware that ''she was privy to torture and executions and clearly was proud of her actions.'' I would be interested to read the source of this information.

By the way, Begum's husband was indeed a disenfranchised Christian kid who converted to Islam.

And finally, as I told you in 2016, in order of the length of time I spent there:

Saudi Arabia
Brunei
Malaysia
Bahrain
Dubai

I also worked with - but not in - Kuwait during the crisis, having a number of people hidden in domestic ventilation systems throughout that time.

Jesus....talk about declare your hand.

You sure you still got both of them?

 

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Originally posted by ASCPFC

You do realise she was one of the ISIS enforcers don't you? More like she forced other girls to do things.
However, I will agree that she was groomed online originally.

Begums father was a known Islamist. It was already in the family.

 

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