The abhorrent EDL has been protected against Islamic terror. Tricky, but this is British justice at its best
The EDL had it coming and they deserve it because they oppose islamisation:
News that six Islamic extremists plotted a gun and bomb attack on an English Defence League (EDL) rally should come as no surprise, even if the manner in which they were caught should.Â This was not a triumph of MI5 but the result of a series of blunders on behalf of the would-be terrorists themselves.
Since its inception in 2009, the EDL has won few admirers and even fewer friends. A recent rally in Brighton was reported to attract around 1,000 counter-protesters, ten times the number which turned out for the far-Right group.Â (more from theÂ Telegraph)
“Race war fear” after Islamic terrorists target EDL
Since when is Islam a race?
Islamic terrorists could targetÂ
right wing fanaticsÂ British patriots to spark a race war in Britain it was feared last night.
Keith Vaz, chairman of the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee, is “appalled”. Â MI5 fear the EDL could now become a target for Islamic excremists….
10 years, Â£10m and he’s still here
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