petruccio (4th July 2011)
al-Qaeda fanatics in Britain are being taught to avoid detection – by pretending to be gay.
A new terror training manual tells Islamic extremists to lie about their sexuality if a woman approaches them in case she is a “honeytrap” spy sent by security services.
The handbook, which was uncovered by a Sunday Mirror *investigation, says: “Many hotels – especially in busy UK cities – have women hanging around the lobby areas in order to attract men.
“A young beautiful woman may come and talk to you. The first thing you do to protect yourself from such a *situation is to make dua (prayers) to Allah for *steadfastness.
“The second thing is to find an excuse to get away from her that is realistic and sensible, such as you having a girlfriend for the past few years and you are loyal to her or you are *homosexual.”
The suggestion is one of many tips in the manual, called Class Notes From The Security and *Intelligence Course.
The 64-page guide, *all in English, was written to try to stop the police and MI5 *uncovering the identity of terrorists *plotting *attacks on British soil.
It was produced by Taliban warlords in Afghanistan and was discovered by Sunday Mirror investigators on a *password-protected Jihadist website used by UK cells. It has emerged just months after MI5 launched a recruitment drive for women to work as spies.
The guide was placed online after Osama Bin Laden was killed, *suggesting Al Qaeda and Taliban leaders are *determined to launch revenge attacks on the UK.
Its introduction says: “Our aim is to publish an English version of a training course to provide basic *principles of security for working brothers in Europe.”
Other advice warns fanatics not to mix with neighbours too much and to wear sunglasses to make themselves harder to identify. There are also tips on driving a getaway car during a terror plot.
UK terrorists told: Pretend to be gay so you don't get caught - mirror.co.uk
This would work like a dream here in the USA. There is great fear of offending a gay.
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petruccio (4th July 2011)
It really does say that, on page 24! LOL.
Tips on interrogation:
"You should be ready in the mind for any eventuality. Don’t be surprised if you are beaten up, etc."
Why is this book so easily available?
The good news however, it is quite an amateurish set of notes. I'm sure the worlds respective security agencies would laugh at the content.