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High As Kites

Remember those terrorist doctors who tried to murder as many people as possible at Glasgow airport a little over a month ago? Well, it now looks like they were able to make full use of their day jobs.

The two doctors arrested for the terror attack on Glasgow Airport were ‘high as kites’ on morphine, the Daily Record newspaper reports. It says that toxicology tests on attempted suicide bombers Bilal Abdullah and Kafeel Ahmed, both 27, revealed they ‘had been pumped full of the painkiller’.

The reports appear back up the testimonies of eyewitnesses, who said the pair seemed unfazed after they slammed a Jeep into Terminal One and then set it ablaze. Ahmed, the bomb maker and an Indian doctor of engineering who set himself alight, is said to have showed no signs of distress despite suffering 90 percent burns.

Cab driver Alex McIlveen – who helped tack the pair – told the newspaper even a kick in the groin failed to put off the attackers. He said: ‘The boy who was not on fire was just lashing out and he looked as if he was on something. He was not all there and you could see it in his eyes. When we were hitting him, he did not seem to feel a thing. For somebody to be on fire and not scream for help, he had to be on something. It’s just not normal.’

Another of those who tackled the pair, Michael Kerr, who tackled Abdullah, said: ‘I flew at him a few times in the face but he wouldn’t go down. It was like he was on drugs.’ Off-duty policeman Stewart Ferguson added that Ahmed appeared not be in pain.

The newspaper quotes ‘a source’ saying: ‘The toxicology results showed both men were high as kites. It explains why they did not panic when they emerged from the Jeep and why the burning man was not screaming in agony. It was an audacious attack and it seems they needed something to give them the Dutch courage to carry it through.’

The Record suggests that the morphine was stolen from the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley, where Dr Abdullah worked, adding that the Iraqi diabetes specialist would have had easy access to the powerful class A drug.

Islamic terrorbots.

I wonder how they got around that whole “drugs are bad” thing in Islam.

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David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media
Picture of David Lange

David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media
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