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A British jihadist (part two)

By Aatish Taseer   August 2005

Taseer: Clearly you have a sense of an enemy. What is the face of this enemy? Is it America?

Butt: At the moment, America.

Taseer: Who else is part of it?

Butt: You have an apparent enemy and a hidden enemy.

Taseer: The apparent enemy?

Butt: The American enemy. As far as I’m concerned, you have America spearheading the attack, followed by Britain, France, the EU, the UN, the World Bank, the IMF…

Taseer: India?

Butt: India.

Taseer: Thailand?

Butt: Thailand, especially after what happened recently. [Attacks on Muslim rebels in the south of the country]

Taseer: What does it…

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