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Revealed: Afghan plane hijacker is now working as a cleaner at Heathrow

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One of the nine Afghans who won the right to live in Britain after hijacking a plane is now working at Heathrow airport as a cleaner, it emerged last night.

Nazamuddin Mohammidy was one of a group who took over an internal Afghan flight in 2000 and landed it in the UK, where they threatened to kill those on board unless they were granted asylum.

Now it has emerged Mohammidy, 34, was recently arrested while driving a car around the new Terminal 5 at Heathrow airport.

Police suspected he was an unlicensed cab driver but were stunned when checks revealed he was one of the hijackers. He even had a British Airways pass on him.

Mohammidy was among the gang, who claimed they were fleeing the Taliban, which took over an Ariana Airlines jet on an internal flight in Afghanistan in February 2000 armed with firearms and hand grenades.

The Boeing 727, with 160 passengers on board, was diverted to Stansted Airport in Essex. There, the hijackers kept police and SAS marksmen at bay for four days before giving themselves up.

All were jailed, but later had their convictions quashed by the Court of Appeal.

They have since been living in West London rent-free and on state benefits at an annual cost of £150,000 to the taxpayer.

Mohammidy has been living in Hounslow, Middx, with his family and has spent months employed by a firm that has a contract to clean a BA training centre at Heathrow.

Sources last night insisted the BA pass didn't give him airside access, but did allow him into secure areas.

When police pulled him in Mohammidy, wasn't arrested for terror offences but for breaching his bail conditions over an assault charge. He is accused of beating up his former landlord.

A Scotland Yard spokesman last night confirmed that Mohammidy had appeared in court over the bail breach, which took place in December.

He will reappear before magistrates in Ealing on May 19.

The spokesman added: "In December 2007 Officers stopped and searched a man under section 44 of the Terrorism Act at Terminal 5. Inquiries revealed he was in breach of bail."

Mohammidy, and brothers Ali and Mohammed Safi, were jailed along with Abdul Shohab, Taimur Shah, Abdul Ghayur, Mohammed Kazin, Mohammed Showaib and Reshad Ahmadi in 2001 over the hijack.

But in 2003 the Court of Appeal ruled their convictions for hijacking, false imprisonment and possessing guns and explosives were unsafe.

The men were released and settled in private properties in Hounslow, where they, their wives and children enjoyed a standard of living far removed from the life they left behind in Afghanistan.

Their houses had large gardens, computers, video recorders and hi-fi systems. The Afghans were also been given lessons in English and computer skills at a nearby college.

In 2006 Mr Justice Sullivan caused widespread outrage after ordering the Home Office to grant the gang 'discretionary leave' to remain in Britain as Afghanistan was 'unsafe' to return to.

The judge also ruled there had been an 'abuse of power' at the highest level in the handling of the case and singled out former Home Secretary David Blunkett and his successor Charles Clarke for acting 'unlawfully.'

A BA spokesman said last night: "We have been helping police with their inquiries into a man who is employed by a cleaning contractor."

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/arti...d=1770&ct=5


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Yeah, the Burmese hijackers of 1991 (who hijacked a Thai Airways aircraft with...several bars of SOAP, asking to fly to Kolkata) should have asked it be flown to London instead. :lol:


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Yeah. That's what he threatened his hostages with.


"The fact that we are here today to debate raising America’s debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is a sign that the U.S. Government can’t pay its own bills. It is a sign that we now depend on ongoing financial assistance from foreign countries to finance our Government’s reckless fiscal policies."

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Who the heck would give him a job?


Don't just open your mouth and prove yourself a fool....put it in writing.

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britain loves to give away money to asylum seekers. it's been a pretty big debate. it pisses my husband off.

they should start getting rid off with those blood suckers. they don't really making the GBP better . they'll bomb GBP if they don't get what they want.(well they did terrible things for asylum)

i maybe just wrong.

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britain loves to give away money to asylum seekers. it's been a pretty big debate. it pisses my husband off.

what's your hubby say about this incident?


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