London Muslim arrested in terror plot was on 2010 Gaza violent “protest” flotilla

Debka is reporting that “Khalid Omar Ali” was on board the Mavi Marmara in 2010. It’s the same jihad. The jihad against the Jews, Christians, and the West.


In an act of war, a “protest” flotilla, organized by jihadists and their left wing running dogs, headed to the Gaza Strip from Turkey in order to violate Israel’s naval blockade of Gaza, The Gaza flotilla was organized as a provocation to lure Israel into their trap. The IDF were attacked leading to the death of nine jihadis and dozens wounded

Flotilla participants chanted Islamic battle cry invoking killing of Jews.

“[Remember] Khaibar, Khaibar, oh Jews! The army of Muhammad will return!”
[Khaibar is the name of last Jewish village defeated by Muhammad’s army and it marked the end of Jewish presence in Arabia in 628.]

In this Monday, May 31, 2010, photo taken by an unidentified person aboard the ship Mavi Marmara, an Israeli soldier is surrounded by people aboard the Turkish-flagged vessel. The photo was released by the Turkish activist group IHH, which is outlawed in Israel. According to IHH, the Israeli soldiers were hurt while storming the ship in confrontations with activists aboard, and were later returned to other Israeli troops who boarded the ship. Israel’s military said the series of images “shows that our boarding party in fact did face deadly violence from the hardcore Islamist activists on the boat from the fundamentalist IHH movement.” (AP Photo/IHH) THE ASSOCIATED PRESS IS UNABLE TO INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, CONTENT, LOCATION OR DATE OF THIS HANDOUT PHOTO; NO SALES

Suspected London terrorist was part of Gaza flotilla

Arutz Sheva, April 28, 2017

Man arrested on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack in London was on the Mavi Marmara ship in 2010.
A man arrested on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack in London on Thursday was on the Mavi Marmara ship, which was raided by Israeli soldiers in 2010 while trying to violate Israel’s naval blockade of Gaza, sources familiar with the investigation told Reuters on Friday.

The 27-year-old man was arrested with knives near Prime Minister Theresa May’s office by armed counter-terrorism officers during a stop-and-search as part of an ongoing security operation, British police said.

No one was injured in the incident and police said knives had been recovered from the man, who was being monitored by British intelligence agents and counter-terrorism officers.

He remains in custody on suspicion of terrorism offences and possession of an offensive weapon, according to Reuters.

Sources who spoke to the news agency on Friday identified the suspect as Khalid Omar Ali from London.

Ali was on board the Mavi Marmara, the sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said.

However, one source close to the current investigation told Reuters that investigators believed that Ali’s involvement in the boat protest was entirely separate from whatever might have led up to Thursday’s incident.

The Mavi Marmara incident occurred when IDF soldiers boarded the ship after the Islamists on board, who claimed they were carrying humanitarian aid for Gaza, refused to reverse course and dock at the Ashdod Port.

As soon as they boarded the ship, the soldiers were attacked by the Islamists with clubs and knives, forcing the troops to open fire and killing 10 of those on board.

Upon inspection it was discovered that there was no humanitarian aid whatsoever aboard the Marmara. After the raid Turkey angrily cut off ties with Israel.

As part of a reconciliation agreement with Turkey last June, Israel paid $20 million in compensation for the Marmara incident. In December, a court in Istanbul dropped a case against four top former Israeli commanders who were being tried in absentia over the Marmara raid.