Australia's Most Wanted says he'll chop up PM

Yep thats right….Saleh Jamal, has pledged loyalty to Osama bin Laden and threatened to "chop up" John Howard as Lebanese authorities prepare to deport him to Australia.
[quote]I feel sorry for the Australian people, I love Osama bin Laden, I love (al-Qa'ida's leader in Iraq) Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, I love al-Qa'ida. I will never go against their word. If the Australian people want me, Saleh Jamal, then they're going to cop the consequences. I don't want to go back to Australia. I don't want to see Australia. If I was given the opportunity I'd chop him up too, without any doubt, or remorse, because he's a very evil man.[/quote]
If I was the Australian authorities I would bring him back by boat and have him "escape custody" somewhere out by the Great Barrier Reef.

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