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Nini kilipelekea vijana wa Tanzania kuteka ndege ya ATC 1982?

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    Sophist JF-Expert Member

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    Hi there!
    Do you remember our history. Here is a story written 27 years ago:

    Tanzania Jet Hijacked; 2 Are Reported Killed

    Published: February 27, 1982


    Hijackers demanding the resignation of President Julius K. Nyerere of Tanzania seized a Tanzanian jetliner with more than 90 passengers aboard on a domestic flight Friday. They reportedly killed two hostages and forced the pilot to fly to Kenya and Saudi Arabia.

    The Tanzanian Airlines Boeing 737 took off from Jidda early today after refueling and was reported heading for Rome. In Jidda, the hijackers said they were members of the Revolutionary Youth Movement of Tanzania and demanded President Nyerere's resignation, an airport spokesman said.

    Foreign Minister Robert Ouko of Kenya said the hijackers had released three women and two children at the Nairobi airport. Mr. Ouko said the hijackers told him that they killed two of the people on the plane. The bodies were still aboard when the jetliner left Nairobi, Kenyan officials said.

    It was not clear how many hijackers there were or what weapons they had.

    Hijackers: (Leader) Mousa Memba died in 1992 while in jail in Dar es Salaam.

    Yasim Memba (brother to Mousa): is a CCM stalwart, in Kawe, Dar es Salaam.
     
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    Hali ya uchumi wakati ule ilikuwa ngumu sana haswa baada ya vita

    'Revolutionary Youth Movement of Tanzania' hii imekaaje?

    Was this really a movement?
     
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    THE plane was hijacked on route to Dsm from Mwanza, the hijackers did not have any guns on them but managed to wrestle a gun from one of the passengers the late mr mushumbusi.i dont think if anyone was killed, on arrival at stanstead, the hijackers gave themselves up both the late mousa member and his brother served time in jail.

    On a stopover in greece mousa member speaking in fluent greek demanded coffins be brought to the airport as they were ready to die for the cause-observers have since concluded mousa member a former seaman had just wanted a way out of tanzania due to the economic hardships hence used politics as a stepping stone
     
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    Then who killed Mousa Memba while in a Tanzania jail?

    There was rumours then that the political adventurist Augustino Lyatonga Mrema, then Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Internal Affairs ordered the killers to finish Mousa Memba.

    What is our true history then?
     
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    Mwenye full story ya kesi ya uhaini na hii ya utekaji nyara atusaidie...tupate picha halisi jinsi kesi ilivoendeshwa hadi hukumu....napenda nipate nakala mwenendo kesi ya uhaini pia......
     
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    Tanzania inasikitisha ktk historia. Ndio nchi ya kwanza afrika ndege yake inatekwa tena ilitekwa na Watanzania Wenyewe Duh!! Ilikuwa kali hiyo.
     
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    Bringing down the memory!



    Ex-hijackers wait for asylum


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    All six members of the gang at the centre of Britain's last hijack drama are now living in the UK as asylum-seekers, the Home Office has confirmed.
    Their applications for refuge are among the backlog of 100,000 cases currently being considered by the Immigration Service.
    The gang held 197 passengers and crew hostage on board a Sudanese Airbus which they forced to fly to London in August 1996 during a flight from Khartoum to Amman.
    Brandishing sauce bottles filled with salt - which they claimed were grenades - the six held an air hostess and 12-year-old girl, beat up staff and passengers and threatened to throw victims out of the plane in mid-air.
    Fleeing regime
    The drama eventually ended peacefully after intense negotiations at Stansted Airport, and the gang was jailed for between five and nine years at the Old Bailey in November 1997.
    But they were cleared on appeal a year later after the court ruled that the judge at the trial was wrong to prevent the jury considering their defence that as opponents of Saddam Hussein's brutal regime they were acting under "necessity".
    The men claimed they stormed the plane in a desperate bid to get to England and seek asylum after attempts to bribe their way to safety fell through.
    The Home Office confirmed that all six members of the gang, led by 42-year-old Adnan Hoshan, had lodged asylum applications and were entitled to welfare benefits and legal aid.
    Normally foreign nationals convicted of crimes in this country are immediately deported.
    But a spokesman said that under international law, the UK was obliged to consider any asylum claim submitted once all criminal proceedings were completed.
    'Huge backlog'
    The immigration system is struggling to cope with the huge increase in the number of asylum applications being lodged, with thousands of people waiting years for their cases to be decided.
    Two of the passengers on board the Sudanese aircraft also claimed political asylum. Their cases are also believed to be still under consideration.
    One of the gang involved in Britain's previous hijack incident, involving a Air Tanzania Boeing 737 in 1982, Yassin Membar, now 39, was also granted asylum after serving two years of a three-year jail sentence.
    He went on to work for a London law firm which has been taken over by the Law Society pending an investigation into allegations involving bogus asylum applications.

    BBC News | UK | Ex-hijackers wait for asylum
     
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    Habari?
    Naomba kama **** member mwenye full story ya utekwaji wa ndege ya ATC-Mwanza mwaka 1982, hatuwekee humu jamvini. Siku kuu njema woooteeeeee.
     
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    Kipindi cha njia panda cha week kama 4 hivi zimepita kilirusha live watekaji wake!najua hapa wadau wengi wana source zao watuwekee yaliyosemwa na wale watekaji live pale clouds!
     
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    Turejee kwa wateka nyara wa ki -Tanzania mwaka 1982.
    Yassin Membar(21),Mohammed Tahir(21),Abdallah Ali Abdallah(22),Mohammed Ally Abdallah(26) na kiongozi wao Musa Membar(26) waliteka ndege hiyo ya ATC kwenye uwanja wa ndege wa Mwanza, wakailazimisha kwenda London, Uingereza.
    Lilikuwa jambo la tashtiti.Walikuwa na silaha mwanasesere.Walikuwa magaidi wanagenzi.
    Usalama dhalili katika uwanja wa ndege wa Mwanza uliwawezesha kuingia ndegeni na midoli ya bastola na kuwatisha abiria,rubani na wafanyakazi wa ndege hiyo.

    Zaidi soma=>

     
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    Akielezea mkasa huo uliotokea Februari 27, 1982 Askofu Mteule alisema kuwa akiwa amepanda ndege ya ATC kutoka Mwanza kwenda Dar-Es-Saalam ambapo alitarajia kupanda ndege nyingine kwenda Roma ,ndege hiyo haikuweza kufika Dar-Es-Saalam na badala yake ilitekwa ikiwa njiani na kupelekwa Nairobi, Kenya, ikaelekea Jeddah, kisha Athens, Ugiriki. Huku ikitua tu na kuweka mafuta katika maeneo hayo na sehemu nyingine ikinyimwa, ilikwenda moja kwa moja London, Uingereza. Ndege hiyo ilitekwa na wahaini watano, wawili kutoka Zanzibar na wengine Tanzania Bara.

    Akieleza zaidi juu ya mkasa huo mzito katika maisha yake,Askofu huyo Mteule alisema kuwa maharamia hao ambao walidai wanataka kuikomboa Tanzania walimpiga risasi mmoja wao katika ****, hali iliyosababisha hofu kuu ndani ya ndege.

    Alisema yeye alipata msukosuko zaidi kwani kwa vile alikuwa na tiketi ya daraja la kwanza (first Class) hivyo alidhaniwa kuwa ni mwanasiasa.

    Alisema walipofika London, Waziri Mkuu wa Uingereza enzi hizo akiwa Magreth Thatcher alitoa amri kwamba ndege iachiwe iingie lakini kwa vyovyote isiruhusiwe kuondoka. Alisema maongezi ya kina yalifanyika kati ya Serikali ya Uingereza na watekaji hao na hapo ndipo waliporuhusiwa kutelemka kwenye ndege hiyo na kuanza kupata huduma nchini humo, lakini wakiwa wameshateseka kwa njaa vya kutosha.

    Baada ya mkasa huo, Askofu mteuele alisema kuwa serikali ya Tanzania ilitaka watu wake kurudi nchini lakini kwa vile yeye alikuwa na vyeti vya daktari,paspoti na vitambulisho vingine vilivyoonyesha alikuwa akienda Roma kwa matibabu, kwake tukio hilo likageuka kuwa lifti, japo yenye "kasheshe" kwani aliruhusiwa kuendelea na safari yake.

    Akiwa huko aliweza kufanyiwa uchunguzi wa kichwa chake na kukutwa hakina matatizo makubwa na kwamba anaweza kuendelea na kazi bila matatizo.

    "Sitaweza kuusahahu mkasa huo," hiyo ni sentensi yake ya mwisho baada ya hadithi hiyo ndefu.

    link Wasifu wa Askofu Msaidizi Mteule Dk
     
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    Source: Tanzanian Affairs » HIJACKING OF A TANZANIAN AIRCRAFT

    July 1, 1982 at 12:52 am · Filed under Issue 15, Miscellany

    THE HIJACKING OF A TANZANIAN AIRCRAFT, FEBRUARY, 1982:
    STATEMENT BY HIS EXCELLENCY THE TANZANIAN HIGH COMMISSIONER

    The Hijackers
    Five Tanzanians have been charged in the United Kingdom with the act of hijacking the Air Tanzania aircraft. All five are related through birth and marriage: two pairs of brothers and a brother-in-law (whose sisters are married to the eldest brother in each pair).

    Their Particulars
    All five are young people in their early twenties. Their standard of education is Primary School Standard Seven up to Secondary School Standard Twelve (equivalent to Junior Secondary in the U.K.). One elder brother (the leader of the group) is a taxi driver. The other elder brother is an odd job man. The rest were all school leavers at the time of the hijacking and were thus not in any employment. Despite claims to the contrary the leader of the group had had no military training in Tanzania nor any connection with the Tanzania Peoples Defence Forces so far as could be ascertained. Only the leader of the group had been outside Tanzania before. He had worked as a seaman, in the course of which he had visited the United Kingdom and Greece among other countries where ships call.

    Families
    The two married men had their families on board the aircraft – one a wife and two children; the other a wife and one child. All the 5 relatives returned to Tanzania with the other hostages after failing to secure permission from the British authorities to remain in the U.K. The decision to refuse the request to stay was made by the British authorities.

    Weapons
    The weapons (real and imitation) used by the hijackers to secure control of the aircraft included: two wooden imitation pistols, an imitation hand grenade, two candles wrapped up to appear like gelignite explosive sticks and three knives. But in the course of the flight possession was obtained of a hand gun (0.38 revolver), a shot gun and a rifle. These weapons belonged to passengers who had surrendered them to the Captain of the ‘plane in accordance with the regulations on the transportation of arms on aircraft. The ammunition for the 0.58 revolver which wounded the First Officer was obtained by the leader of the group from the owner after threatening him with a knife.

    Passengers and Crew
    The aircraft was under the command of a Tanzania captain assisted by a First Officer and a crew of 3. The flight left Mwanza with 99 passengers on board all bound for Dar es Salaam. 5 disembarked in Nairobi and 2 in Athens, the rest continued with the flight to Stansted.

    All hostages except two returned to Dar es Salaam in the hijacked aircraft. The two exceptions were the First Officer who was still in hospital recovering from his injuries and a subsequent operation to remove the bullet and a Roman catholic priest whose final destination when he boarded the ‘plane at Mwanza had been Rome. The priest had hoped to stay in Dar es Salaam for a few days making arrangements to travel to Rome for medical treatment. In the event he found himself at Stansted and it made no sense for him to return to Dar es Salaam only to arrange another trip to Europe. So he travelled direct to Rome. No other passengers remained behind despite wide-spread reports to the contrary.

    Motive of the Hijackers
    From the accounts of the many people who established contact with the hijackers and especially those who negotiated with them, there appear to be only two consistent themes in their demands. The first one is that of wanting President Nyerere to resign. The reasons they gave were incoherent, confused, even laughable e.g. the entire original charge of "fascism" advanced by the leader of the hijackers: The second one is derived from the way the hijackers acted. Why did they bring along their families? Did they expect that after carrying out the hijack the British authorities would allow them or their families to remain in the U.K.? Whatever they might have thought, the result did not warrant the methods and it is regrettable that some commentators should lay blame on anything else but wrong-doing.

    Accomplices in Tanzania

    The leader claimed a membership of some 3,000 young men and women of an alleged movement which he variously described as the "Tanzania Youth Democracy Movement" or the "Tanzania youth Revolutionary Movement". Investigations carried out both during and after the incident have revealed no such movement. Instead they have led to the arrest of four accomplices in Tanzania. These have now been brought before a court to answer a charge of conspiracy.
    Casualties
    There was only one casualty throughout the ordeal, which lasted for 36 hours between Mwanza and Stansted – that of the First Officer who was shot by the leader of the hijackers in circumstances which suggest carelessness.

    Release of Hostages
    The whole strategy of handling the hijackers was to buy time without giving in to their demands. As part of this strategy the negotiations were intended to talk them into submission. By the end of the first round of negotiations involving the High Commissioner on Saturday night and Sunday morning the strategy was already paying off. The hijackers were already showing signs of fatigue and it was quite apparent that they could not hold out for much longer. That, at any rate, was the impression they gave the negotiators. For example, by about 2.00 a.m. on Sunday morning they were too tired to open the aircraft door to receive the food and water they had been clamouring for. Thus it was no surprise when they gave in and released the first seven hostages some moments before Kambona came on the scene. Soon after all the rest were released.

    Trial
    The five are facing trial in the U.K. in accordance with the law here. Despite press speculation, Tanzania is quite happy to see the law take its course and has made no attempt to seek the extradition of the five to Tanzania.
     
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    Hilo Tanzanian affairs naona limeandikwa kipropaganda zaidi. Hawakulazimishwa warudi Tanzania. Familia za hao watekaji pamoja na abiria wengine ambao walikuwa wanaupinga utawala wa Nyerere waliruhusiwa kubaki Uingereza kwa muda

    Kwamba waliwavutisha muda ili wajisalimishe inaweza ikawa propaganda nyingine. Hao jamaa walijisalimisha baada ya Oscar Kambona kuwaconvince kwamba serikali ya Uingereza itashughulika madai yao kwa haki hivyo wajisalimishe.


    Mwaka 1990 huo Musa Membar aliingia Tanzania kwa kupitia Kenya, serikali ya Tanzania ikamwamuru aondoke nje ya nchi mara moja kwa kuwa aliingia nchini na hati za kusafiria ambazo is za Tanzania.

    Musa Membar kabla ya kifo chake alikaririwa akisema alikuwa na passport ya Uingereza
     
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    Nimekupata mkuu...hata mimi nlivyoisoma hiyo article niliona haipo balanced....lakini nimeiweka ili tu watu watoe changamoto zao...kama kuna source nyengine watu waiweke....kilichonivutia kuhusu hiyo article ni mpangilio wake pamoja na Historia ya watekaji...nlikuwa sijui kuwa watekaji wote walikuwa na uhusiano wa kifamilia
     
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