Undercover Mosque Story Killed by Trivia ‘Big Brother’ BS

Abu Hamza is (still) in jail – while British taxpayers bleed

to keep his extended family on welfare…

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Back to the story:
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Is it a deliberate attempt to deflect away from the real scandal? The mosque report on the hate-preachers in British mosques have been largely ignored by the MSM.

Is the MSM deliberately stirring away from the issue? Why do the news channels keep pushing the big brother ‘racism’-nonsense in your face? What makes the Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetti more important than our survival?

The mind boggles. Since the mosque report was aired, you would expect every kuffar rightly concerned, alarmed, and rightly so! We should be asking questions, the right questions about the very survival of our civilization.

Curiously, that is not so: I’ve kept the SKY channel on since yesterday and I kept checking CNN, but not a word.

Here’s a link to the channel 4 blog/ Please notice all the Muhammedan posters deflection, the outright lies and taqiyya…

http://www.channel4.com/news/dispatches/article.jsp?isSub

mitted=true&id=106

Update:

Denial, Bulls#*t and more denial:

Despite condemnation of the Undercover Mosque investigation by mainstream Muslim groups such as the Muslim Council of Britain, Jewish MPs have questioned how religious leaders could not know what was happening on their premises.

West Midlands Police and the Metropolitan Police are investigating the content of the programme, which was broadcast on Monday.

Both mosques are seen as representative of mainstream Islam, but they have refused to take responsibility for the lectures.

Nobody is in charge and nobody is responsible, you see, its all the will of Allah…

7 thoughts on “Undercover Mosque Story Killed by Trivia ‘Big Brother’ BS”

  1. I have copied (most of) the comments from channel 4 because you might not bother if you have to log in, but please take a look: Notice the whining, the howling, the deception, deflection: Classic taqiyya! To lie & to deceive the enemy is the obligation of every Muhammedan. Good to see them do it and catch them in the act…
    Posted at 05:28 PM, 16/01/2007
    Wahhabi have caused a lot of problems for Muslims and spoil the peaceful name of Islam. Going back in history Muslim Christain and Jews lived in harmony under the Ottoman Empire and that is the true image of Islam.
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    Posted at 05:10 PM, 16/01/2007
    I used to attend Green Lane Mosque as a teenager (ten years ago) and I can say that talks like this went on all the time.
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    Posted at 04:27 PM, 16/01/2007
    If the UNITED Kingdom truly wants to be as one, at peace with all races, cultures, and faiths, why not actually air programmes that promote unity on the mainstream channels. Why not air programmes which show the similarities between Islam, Christianity & other faiths, I think you will find we have so much in common in our faiths. Bring Dr Zakir Naik, Sheikh Yusuf Estes & Imam Hakim Quick, to name a few, to our screens and have a dialogue with leading scholars from all other faiths and non-faiths.
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    Posted at 04:02 PM, 16/01/2007
    “Islam is a religion of peace and tolerance” – how often have I heard or read this sort of comment from Islamic apologists? Show me an Islamic state that practises religious tolerance that is anywhere near the religious tolerance that Islam is afforded in the UK.
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    Posted at 03:33 PM, 16/01/2007
    Regardless of whether or this programme has defamed Islam or shown Islam in its purest form, how long must we wait before the CPS arrests all those caught on camera spreading their hatred and violent ideas? Honestly, when the BBC went undercover to capture the goings on of the BNP, which are just as vile, the CPS immediately arrested Nick Griffin.
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    Posted at 02:41 PM, 16/01/2007
    If i want to know about meat i go to a butcher and not a tofu shop. You speak of wahhabis and so on, quoting speakers out of context and then only allowing people who detest salafi methodology to speak. It’s quite strange, are you aware you are being used by the sufi movement to do their dirty work? You lumped many speakers together into the same pot regardless of their standpoint or topic. It really wasnt a balanced piece of work, and you really aught to be thoroughly ashamed of yourselves
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    Posted at 02:36 PM, 16/01/2007
    What was the purpose of this programme? The worrying fact is it was shown to an the audience who already have a false vision of Islam. Programmes like these only serve to encourage the already existing hatred and violent kind of dialogue which is heard so often in many pubs.
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    Posted at 02:27 PM, 16/01/2007
    Having watched this Dispatches programme my belief in the British media has completely gone. The points of view that were put across were all one sided and everything that was being said was out of context. The main point of the programme was to cause confrontation and violence between muslims themselves as well as with non muslims. It is a disgrace that it was aired.
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    Posted at 02:15 PM, 16/01/2007
    Well done Dispatches, yet another powerful documentary. Having lived and worked in a number of Islamic countries I am afraid the attitudes portrayed are not isolated at all. They are typical and can be experienced every day if you avoid the tourist areas. I have seen women and children beaten by their own nationals. I have witnessed children with amputated limbs to maximise begging income.
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    Posted at 01:36 PM, 16/01/2007
    Actually, I found the documentary quite funny. Undercover? Secret? The DVDs and talks were open to the public domain! You could have accessed them by just walking into an Islamic Bookshop! 99.9% of the quotes were out of context and only the sensational bits were included. Also, how come when the Imams refuted the claims, the protagonist read their statement? But when the imams were preaching hatred, the bad quality audio was used?
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    Posted at 01:18 PM, 16/01/2007
    I work on human rights and equality issues. These preachers should be prosecuted for their bigotry. I would question whether some views constitute a breach of the treason laws. The apologists for these men have no ground to stand on. We are dealing with words from their own mouths, from many Imams, speaking in a number of well-established Mosques. These people are openly planning to overthrow the state, and repress the indigenous “kuffaur”. Unacceptable.
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    Posted at 12:53 PM, 16/01/2007
    Perhaps the programme would have been better broadcast as an instalment of extremism in the major religions rather than as a stand alone condemnation of Extreme Islam which has left itself open to mis-interpretation. Up and down our country in the places where REAL debating takes place, the pub, i feel this may have provided yet another catalyst in casual racial ignorance leading to casual racial violence, which can only concentrate generation to generation.
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    Posted at 12:32 PM, 16/01/2007
    Thank you Dispatches for reinforcing the already biased media opinion of Muslims. The programme broadcast yesterday proved that instead of trying to improve matters, you rather stir them up a notch or two. At no point in the hour long documentary did you bother to mention that the opinions expressed were not of the majority.
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    Posted at 11:18 AM, 16/01/2007
    As a muslim i saw no surprises last night. The only surprise was no admission from the ‘establishment’ that they turned a blind eye to the spreading of ‘wahhabi’ islam as long as the oil poured in! The cancer spreading throuhgout the muslim world is due to the wahhabi view of islam and that the saudis have the money to fund it. The West allowed them to do so and now it is coming back to haunt them. I credit C4 on distinguishing wahhabi islam from mainstream moderate islamic thought.
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    Posted at 09:57 AM, 16/01/2007
    Too many false issues raised by Dispatches to address and put in context, but consider this – if the govt & media are really worried about Wahhabi & Saudi influences in mosques, why are they so eager to sell weapons to the same country? Isn’t arming the regime more dangerous than the few allegedly ‘Wahhabi’ opinions being peddled in the UK? Surely, big business and government should be under investigation rather than desperately trying to find skeletons in the cupboard.
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    Posted at 09:27 AM, 16/01/2007
    It is a sad reality that Saudi petrodollars fund this brand of intolerance, not just in the UK, but all over the world. However what we must realize is that not all Muslims subscribe to these ideas of hatred. Indeed, there are many notable (although, unfortunately not so well-funded) Islamic institutions in this country working to counteract extremism. Although I am afraid after seeing this documentary that it may take a generation to undo the damage!
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    Posted at 06:48 AM, 16/01/2007
    Please let me stress at the outset that I’m NOT a BNP supporter however, in the real interest of ensuring ‘Equality and Fairness’ for all. I truly hope the UK Police will now act as they did against the BNP leader and take these sick people to court where their rantings of hate will be rightly punished?
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    Posted at 01:08 AM, 16/01/2007
    I don’t agree with most of the views said in that film, but it makes me angry as Muslim and human being that all Muslim are judged by views of some idiots who don’t know what they are saying or preaching.
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    Posted at 01:04 AM, 16/01/2007
    I am a Muslim/British and proud to be one, and I love this country. Muslims don’t support such views said by the preacher in that film. Say whatever you say about the preacher in that film but don’t say anything about ISLAM. Every day at least 100 people get killed in Middle East because of the war started by the west, so does that mean every western is to blame and be accused of murder. And why don’t you ask the POPE about views on gays and lesbians and see what answer will he give you.
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    Posted at 12:32 AM, 16/01/2007
    Well done channel4. I’m a muslim and I’m extremely shocked from what I’ve watched in that report. I’ve lived in Egypt and haven’t seen such an extreme ideology. I think what has been revealed today answers a lot of questions, but in the same time asks questions about the government’s methods of tackling terrorism i.e. Why are these people still allowed to preach hatred here in this country!! I think it’s more than acceptable that all mosques should be monitored from now on.
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    Posted at 11:00 PM, 15/01/2007
    It’s amazing how misinformed most of you actually are about Islam. These people that were shown in this documentary in NO WAY represent the muslim population. It’s as logical as saying that at the time of Hitler, he represented the Christians, because he called himself a Christian!
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    Posted at 10:57 PM, 15/01/2007
    I have seen first hand how my Muslim brother-in-law have, since the Iranian revolution, became transformed into a religious fundamentalist. 9/11 appears to have accelerated this process. After watching Ch4 Dispatches I can see what has been happening in his mosque. The problem is that to be a proper Muslim you must believe the unbelievable. And the more unbelievable the better! With that as the basis of your faith then you can believe anything the Imam tells you. Very dangerous!
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    Posted at 10:44 PM, 15/01/2007
    What a clever constructed piece of film which has obviously been put together to attack the Saudi goverment and the this specific group of muslims. The documentry so obviously shows the poor editing of film with provoctive sentences all taken out of context and dramatised by adding the chilling music score. How cheap, poor and misleading is this piece of journalism?
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    Posted at 10:29 PM, 15/01/2007
    As a British Muslim myself, I would like to congratulate Channel 4 for exposing the evil of Wahabism and extremism. There are plenty of moderate British Muslims who are battling everyday to establish bridges between the west and Islam. More must be done to eradicate extremism and this dangerous ideology.
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    Posted at 10:29 PM, 15/01/2007
    After watching the programme I feel distinctly uncomfortable. There must be thousands of moderate Muslims with their heads in their hands. I just wonder if we will get a positive reaction from a majority of Muslim opinion in opposition to the extremists. Will we for instance get Muslims marching in our Cities with placards saying ‘not in our name’ or ‘reclaim the Mosques from extremists’. Or is it a case of ‘all that is needed for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing’
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    Posted at 10:19 PM, 15/01/2007
    I was not in the least surprised at the extreme comment voiced in tonights programme. Anyone who takes the time to read the Quran and authentic hadith can see where they get it from. No doubt there will be the usual cries of “Islamophobia” and “out of context”, so it might be an idea if Dispatches could bring the featured preachers to the studio and give them the opportunity to tell the “filthy kuffar” what exactly it was they were trying to say. I’m sure there’s a simple explanation!
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    Posted at 10:15 PM, 15/01/2007
    Congratulations to Dispatches on a comprehensive edit job – pity you couldn’t get the speakers to stay still between cuts. Why is Dispatches DELIBERATELY mis-representing Islam? What’s your agenda? Why show exterior shots of mosques and schools when our women, children, mosques and schools are already attacked on a daily basis?Quotes are edited, often textual (not literal), archaic or mis-translations. Well done, Goebbels would be proud of you.
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    Posted at 10:10 PM, 15/01/2007
    Another hateful and sorry attempt by the media to defame Islam and the Muslims. Islam believes in peace and harmony. Such media projection speaks words about the so called ‘tolerance’ of British Society. Just as a good mathematician or a physicist must first learn, understand and observe the fundamental principles surrounding their field of study, similarly a true muslim, must first be a fundamentalist and believe in the fundamentals of Islam.
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    Posted at 10:07 PM, 15/01/2007
    Every religion has some extreme beliefs, i as a muslim see and hear this stuff like any other faith does. I know what this documentary shows isn’t the only side of islam. Some of the stuff on this show scares the **** out of me too but if everyone comes together of every race, religion and belief we can put a stand to this issue, i’m not saying it will stop completly it probably wongt but we sure can speak our mind.
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    Posted at 10:06 PM, 15/01/2007
    Why is it Islamaphobic to report on extremism within Islam? Surely thats a concern for all British citzens? Also as far as I am aware there isn’t a reason or a need to send undercover reporters into churches or synagogues.
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    Posted at 10:04 PM, 15/01/2007
    This is just another documentary that seeks to deride Islam rather than understand it. It will only cause more problems for a Muslim community that is trying to live peacefully in this country. How will the average person, who already lives in fear of Muslims thanks to the furore whipped up by our media, be able to distinguish between a Muslim who practices Classical Islam, Sufism or Wahhabism. Who is being more divisive? An old git who preaches to handful of people at the most, or a one-sided documentary-maker, that has the ability to sway an audience of hundreds of thousands in one evening.
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    Posted at 09:54 PM, 15/01/2007
    I was appalled by the double faced behaviour of some of the Muslim communities allowing those clearly unhinged speakers the chance to poison impressionable minds with their vitriolic statements. How dare they try to undermine our democracy. How hypocritical! Sharia law is an abomination and also degrading to women who suffered oppression for centuries as a result of control by men who cannot stand them reaching their full potential as human beings. The only solution is to deport these people.
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    Posted at 09:30 PM, 15/01/2007
    Go ahead and call this islamophobia, but if there weren’t extremist preachers spreading hatred then we wouldn’t be in this situation. These extremists talk about how this democracy is un-islamic, but free education and funding for it is ok by them, the NHS is also ok by them, the freedom to say these things which they wouldnt have in no other islamic state is also ok by them. At the end of the day they are calling to destroy the very things they take for granted here in the UK.
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    Posted at 09:26 PM, 15/01/2007
    It fascinates me to see how the west is so obsessed with Islam! The so called ‘islamic’ views portrayed in these programmes do nothing more than portray one opinion or one view. It does not reflect the TRUE Islam. ISLAM WHICH MEANS PEACE! If we are to focus on such ‘extreme’ views that are not even the mainstream teachings of the faith being discussed then I welcome and eagerly await Dispatches undercover synaogue; undercover temple; undercover church’.
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    Posted at 09:26 PM, 15/01/2007
    Did anyone else note how all the video footage was spliced and edited? The subsequent rebuttals were in narration only. I have come across various views from the Islamic world and this programme shows me what many muslims have been telling me – that their religion is often taken out of context and misrepresented. This is a dire piece of journalism barely fit for The Sun. Poor show Channel 4, I would have given you a little more credit.
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    Posted at 09:25 PM, 15/01/2007
    The congregations in the Mosques didn’t walk out presumably because they either agreed with the speakers or were afraid of them.
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    Posted at 09:18 PM, 15/01/2007
    A very interesting documentary. Strangely, for me watching some of the pieces conjured up thought of another documentary I’d seen on extremeists in the BNP. The similarities were interesting, both bigoted, insular organisations with extremely closed views on the world – the intolerance of modern multi-cultural life, the racism and the unwillingness and inability to consider the viewpoints and beliefs of others and ultimately adapt to accommodate them. Such extremist thinking is hugely sad.
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    Posted at 09:16 PM, 15/01/2007
    Where were the revelations? Islam condemns homosexuality; Islam views itself as superior; Islam accords men a higher status than women. Just ask a Muslim and they will tell you all that openly. Non-Muslims may disagree but we live in a democracy and there should be room for different opinions. As long as Muslims obey the law, then they should be allowed to believe what they want. Muslims are a weak and victimised minority and this documentary just stokes the Islamophobic climate in Britain.
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    Posted at 09:15 PM, 15/01/2007
    People who have spoken the truth about Islam in the past such as Orianna Fallacci have been condemned as rascist, and yet these Islamic scholars have confirmed that everything they have written is correct.
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    Posted at 09:11 PM, 15/01/2007
    Finally, after 1,400 years of nonstop, violent jihad, people are beginning to understand the threat of islam and the muslims that spread it.
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    Posted at 09:10 PM, 15/01/2007
    I live in Tower Hamlets, East London, where 70% of the population under 30 is Muslim. This is the case in many parts of the country, including Bolton, Birmingham, Leeds, Oldham, and Rochdale. With a Muslim birth rate that is twice ours, it is only a matter of a decade before Islam becomes the dominant force in the UK. After all, democracy is a numbers game: those with the majority win power. In Amsterdam and Rotherdam, 55% of the population is Muslim. And they don’t dig Holland much either.
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    Posted at 09:07 PM, 15/01/2007
    The video evidence is there for all to see and evaluate. And it is ridiculous to attempt to rationalise these nutters out of the equation. But can I ask why the “cameraman” never engaged other members of the congregation in discussion. The acquiescence of the “believers” was particularly disturbing. After all, it should have as obvious to them that these preachers were irrational, delusional, opportunist brigands. Selling Papal indulgences seems like a harmless prank by comparison.
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    Posted at 09:00 PM, 15/01/2007
    I’m a young muslim girl, and therefore have a much better understanding as to what life is like as a female muslim. It couldn’t be futher from the twisted picture ‘undercover’ mosques tried to paint. I have yet to witness a more ridiculous and biased report, not only on what you had to say about the life we women supposedly live, but on everything in the report. YOU are the brainwashers, YOU are spreading hate & intolerance. May Allah make the religion of Islam supreme.
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    Posted at 08:52 PM, 15/01/2007
    Yet again we see the right-wing racists vilifying Muhammad and islam. This is a new age of crusaders, not ones draped in the so-called st georges flag, but dressed in suits and political rhetoric. Muslims are now targets if their beliefs conflict with this new world order. Is this not now a time where the government is trying to subjugate a religion? Are you either a moderate or an extremist? Does it seem that it’s the muslims trying to impose their ways upon society or vice-versa?
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    Posted at 07:57 PM, 15/01/2007
    The general public is entitled to know what goes on behind closed doors if it is a threat to this country. I think you’ll find that Churches and Synagogues have nothing to hide.
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    Posted at 06:27 PM, 15/01/2007
    Prime Minister Tony Blair recently described tolerance as ‘what makes Britain Britain’. He should have said ‘what makes Britain Bahrain’. That would have made more sense.
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    Posted at 06:16 PM, 15/01/2007
    If we refer to Genesis 16:1-16 it mentions Prophet Abraham who, at 86, slept with a young maiden of his own wife without marrying her. Is he also a ‘sick individual’ or does it only apply to some people and not to others?
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    Posted at 06:10 PM, 15/01/2007
    In reply to the message posted on the 15/01 at 5:10pm… There are various hadiths on the age Aisha (RA) married Muhammed (pbuh) which vary from 9-24. Most scholars agree on an older age because of her maturity, knowledge, intelligence which suggest she must have been older than 9. In addition it is not unusual for prophets to marry women who are younger than themselves (bearing in mind this was +1000 years ago).
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    Posted at 05:29 PM, 15/01/2007
    We are no more welcome in Muslim countries trying to impose our values on them through military might than they are welcome in the uk trying to impose there values through terror or any other means. Lets just agree to disagree and stay in our respective corners. Islamic ideals do not appeal to me so i won’t go to live in their countries forcing my views in contravention of their laws… simple.
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    Posted at 05:20 PM, 15/01/2007
    The Ayotollah Khomeini said: “Those who know nothing of Islam pretend that Islam counsels against war. Those [who say this] are witless. Islam says: Kill all the unbelievers just as they would kill you all! Does this mean that Muslims should sit back until they are devoured by [the unbelievers]? Islam says: Kill them, put them to the sword and scatter [their armies]. Islam says: Whatever good there is exists thanks to the sword and in the shadow of the sword!”
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    Posted at 05:10 PM, 15/01/2007
    Isn’t it also about time we told the truth about Mohammed the man? Or doesn’t it think that the fact that this repulsive individual married a 6 year old girl and had sex with this girl at the age of 9 – if no-one believes me just type in Mohammed and Aisha (which was his favourite wife’s name) and see how old she was. This is mentioned in several hadiths and Islamic Scholars are generally agreed on the ages. Oh btw, Mohammed was over 50 when he married her.
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    Posted at 04:33 PM, 15/01/2007
    The Saudi government funds many of the mosques in England. These mosques frequently encourage extremism and terrorism in line with the Wahhabi theology which they seek to spread. The Muslim community in England has failed to condemn those in their ranks who call for such things as the repression of women, and the punishment of ‘infidels’ – that is, anyone who is does not agree with their theology. Looking at where the money is coming from, it is scant wonder why they fail to do so.
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    Posted at 04:00 PM, 15/01/2007
    1. If Muslim clerics never, ever said such things they’d never, ever be taped saying them. 2. Did any of the ‘flock’ walk out in disgust during the sermons? 3. What’s a devout British Muslim to do? Deny God’s literal word? Be honest, your co-religionists still amputate pickpockets’ hands in accordance with sura 5:38. 4. Enough with the excuses, already.
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    Posted at 03:18 PM, 15/01/2007
    Kudos to Channel 4 for bringing out the truth about the impact of Wahabi preaching in the mosques. The so called muslim moderate community seem to be living in denial. Instead of deriding the expose, the muslim community should do some soul searching and remove the Imams preaching hatred. Just ignoring the (few) jihadists is not a solution.
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    Posted at 03:17 PM, 15/01/2007
    It is becoming fashionable in the West to attack the Islamic beliefs and teaching. One year ago, our prophet was depicted and mocked. However, we as Muslims should see this as another opportunity to reform themselves and to spread the word of Allah, after all our aim and objective is to give Dawah. Gradually by the will of Allah, we shall conquer every country, be it the USA or others.
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    Posted at 03:00 PM, 15/01/2007
    Well done Channel 4 for exposing the Saudi regime for what it is. It is not propaganda, and anyone who has worked in that country or read Simon Schwarz’s book ‘The Two Faces of Islam’ will know that! For too long American and British governments have been ‘duped’ into believing that Saudi is a principle ally of the west – nothing could be further from the truth! Wahabbism is an exteme form of Islam bankrolled and exported from Saudi which even supresses its own subjects into this brand of Islam.
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    Posted at 02:29 PM, 15/01/2007
    Bravo Channel 4! The report has nothing to do with so-called “Islamophobia” but rather states a real threat: fundamentalists prepared to go to whatever lengths necessary to achieve their goals. To those who condemn this report for stating that other Abrahamic religions condemn homosexuality, you’re clearly missing the point – these preachers call for the death of homosexuals, in clear defiance of the so-called democracy we live in. These extremists are nothing but racists in imams’ clothing.
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    Posted at 02:28 PM, 15/01/2007
    Integration with society means at least not encouraging attacks on one’s people or institutions! Perhaps the time has come when we will have to vet Imams? Much as I hate the idea, other preachers are not condoning acts of violence, terrorism and anti-democracy (if they were I’d want the same for them!). PS To those Muslims here – what are you saying – that these sermons aren’t real, or that we should “censor” the report? Free-speech is part of our society, get used to it!
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    Posted at 02:13 PM, 15/01/2007
    I’d just like to say well done to Channel 4 for the work they’ve done to produce this documentary. It takes courage to broadcast the truth about extremism.
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    Posted at 01:41 PM, 15/01/2007
    Yet again Channel 4 delves in the depths of Islamophobia. All the Abrahimic religions condemn homosexuality as a major sin. When are you going to send undercover reporters to synagogues and churches and ask their views on taboo issues? I won’t hold by breath on that ever happening.
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    Posted at 12:11 AM, 15/01/2007
    This programme further stereotypes the Muslim community. It seems to highlight ill conceived ideas of few “so called muslims” as Islam, which is completely false. In the interest of social harmony, I strongly urge C4 to make and air programmes that capture the essence of Islam, i.e. Peace, Tolerence and Harmony with everyone, irrespective of their religion, race, sex or colour.
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    Posted at 09:11 PM, 14/01/2007
    I am a muslim living in the UK, and I strongly feel that Dispatches on this particularly issue should not have been shown, as I feel this is just more propaganda against the muslims living in the UK, and will only accumulate more hatred and racism towards muslims. I go to mosques, including Green Lane Mosque, and have seen no such thing as teaching religious hatred there.
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    Posted at 08:53 PM, 14/01/2007
    Please explain to me exactly what your agenda is? When someone goes undercover that in itself implies you are looking for mischief either one that is genuine or if not taken out of context and presented as such. You must realise the repurcussions of your actions result in a paranoid society which turns and attacks the vulnurable.
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    Posted at 01:21 PM, 14/01/2007
    Islam is a religion of peace and tolerance and perhaps Channel 4 like others do not see the positive activites of UKIM and others for promoting inter-faith integration. Events like Mosque open days, Islam Taster days,Islam Awareness week, hospital visits, school visits and other community initiatives do not even get mentioned anywhere in the media. What did Channel 4 do against the undercover activities of BNP last year?

  2. Abu Hamza took a £1 million ($1.974m) hit in the wallet today, he has to pay back his defence costs that were subsidised by taxpayers like myself…

  3. KAFFIR-O-PHOBIA !!

    REPORTER-O-PHOBIA !!

    TRUTH-O-PHOBIA !!

    FEAR-O-PHOBIA !!

    KORAN-O-PHOBIA !!

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