Thursday, July 05, 2007

Neurosurgeon/Terrorist?

Via The Null Device:
Al-Qaeda's best and brightest

Apparently, one of the suspects in the recent UK terrorist attacks was a neurosurgeon. I guess this shows that suicide bombing isn't brain surgery.
Also of note:
A Surgeon’s Trajectory Takes an Unlikely Swerve

. . .

He [Simon Plant, landlord] said that the Ashas were model tenants, but that Dr. Asha, a Palestinian with Jordanian citizenship, had something of a condescending manner. "He got a slight attitude," said Mr. Plant, an elevator engineer. "He had a sense of self-importance about being a doctor. You could definitely feel it."

. . .

Dr. Asha, 26, whose specialty is neurosurgery, recently started work at the North Staffordshire Hospital in Stoke-on-Trent. According to the General Medical Council in Britain, Mohammed Jamil Abdelqader Asha completed his medical studies in Jordan in 2004. His limited registration allowed him to work for the National Health Service under supervision. Until last July, he worked as a doctor at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital and the Princess Royal Hospital, both in Telford.
A 26 year old neurosurgeon? OR was he a mere neurologist?

A photo of suspect Mohammed Asha, shaking hands with Jordan's Queen Noor

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

0 Comments:

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home

eXTReMe Tracker