Oil tankers are threatened by targeting Daasha Kuwaiti trained British Navy[/ltr]
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[Wayne - Baghdad]
The newspaper "Daily Mail" reported that a Kuwaiti officer was trained at the Royal Navy, he joined the organizing terrorist Daash recently launched with warnings of the possibility of exploiting his knowledge of maritime activity to carry out a terrorist attack.
The newspaper said that the Kuwaiti naval officer, Ali Aloosaema, 28, trained with the British Navy for 3 years before joining the Daash.
According to the newspaper, the Aloosaema studied at the Naval School Faculty Tyneside South Shields, before heading to Syria and join for "Daash" in the April / April 2014.
And it played the leaked documents for "Daash" in knowing the identity Aloosaema, and revealed he was educated "sea as an officer in Britain," and was working before sent to Britain in the Kuwait Oil Tanker Company, according to the Daily Mail.
The newspaper quoted fears of terrorism experts from the exploitation of offshore oil Aloosaema know the secrets, which enhances the chances to carry out attacks on shipping routes or oil tankers, which could disrupt global trade or to cause an environmental disaster.
And a former naval commander warned of the danger of owning such a person to the British Marine Knowledge activity, because it involves the serious threats to carry out terrorist operations.