Yasin Abu Bakr

2017 Crime Stats: 300 ? Murders 2 Kidnappings (Ransom)

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Written by: TriniBash - 31st Jul, 2015 - 1:56pm Trinidad Safety Reply
The talk on the ground is that something is cooking and some already stocking up on food incase. No one believes anything that the Mucurapo Muslims say that is why theyre always suspect.
Written by: JoePublic - 30th Jul, 2015 - 11:04pm Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: George

Title: Abu Bakr

Comments: The denial by Abu Bakr that the rumours circulating about his Muslim organisation is planning to take some action to cause unrest on this island should be taken with a pinch of salt. Almost all the members of this organisation are alledgedly involved in some form of criminal or under hand activity. This movement was form by Abu Bakr with the sole intention to have another go at trying to overthrow any ruling government when the opportunity is right. This is the main purpose of this organisation on this island. Believe it or not Abu Bakr still have important support among certain politicians and security officials here, that is why he has adopted the lead of this movement and is still at the helm. With the crime situation as it is in the country at the moment this may seem to be the opportunity they have been waiting to make their move. The questions therefore remains. Why do we need this organisation on this island?. What is its purpose and why has something not been done to band this movement?
Written by: TriniBoi - 24th Jul, 2015 - 1:15pm Trinidad Safety Reply
Yasin Abu Bakr has proven that he is one of the country's untouchables. When he passes away he may be even seen as the Che or Castro of Trinidad and Tobago. That's how history treats every activist that promotes civil unrest.
Written by: JoePublic - 24th Jul, 2015 - 10:24am Trinidad Safety Reply

Name: George

Comments: Look man [in my opinion], these guys have outside contact with the elements of the Muslim radicals who are at present causing havoc all over the world. They are on their side. It is now too late to try to get these local Muslims to conform to any police request or government here. They need their guns to maintain the upper hand where lawlessness is concerned on this island. A mistake was made in 1990 by the government when they allowed Abu Bakr to walk free, something we may all have to pay for in the long run. We need to apply draconian measure to sort this local problem and stop it from escalating. Almost al of our so called Muslims have been recruited and locally radicalise right here. Most were already associated to the Catholic faith on this island. They have just joined the bandwagon to get local attention and what they consider as personal respect. These local fanatics are just waiting for an opportunity to try again to take control of this nation. Mark my word.
Written by: JB - 23rd Jul, 2015 - 11:29pm TT Crime Reply
Today, Yasin Abu Bakr went to Central Trinidad to speak with those from the area to put down the guns and embrace love. Do you think it will work?
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