Needless to mention that they were not “Britons”, they were Paki-infiltraitors who should have never been given the right to settle in once great Britain.
Therefore the proper headline should read:
Three of the men, thought to be radicalised Muslims from London, were killed as they attacked pro-Bashar al-Assad forces near Aleppo.Â The men – one of whom has been named as Mohammed El-Araj, 23 – were killed in an explosion in August
We should consider ourselves lucky that these savages met their imaginary virgins and can’t do any more damage. Â More at the Daily Mail
He was the best!
We are trying to establish the law of God, the law of Allah,” he said.
And yet the dominant view in the West, the one that guides public policy, is that Jaman and others like him, despite their devotion to Islam, have drastically misunderstood and twisted its teachings, and that there is no doctrine of warfare against Infidels in Islam. Indeed, I was banned from Britain for saying that there was such a doctrine, while those Muslims who know there is such a doctrine and are acting upon that knowledge by traveling from Britain to wage jihad in Syria will have no problem being admitted back into the country. More onÂ this story. “Briton ‘doing his duty’ by fighting for group linked to al-Qaeda in Syria,” by Richard Watson for theÂ BBC, November 20:
A British man in Syria has told the BBC why he is fighting for a group linked to al-Qaeda.Ifthekar Jaman, 23, from Southsea, Hampshire, told NewsnightÂ the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) was engaged in a jihad to establish a state based on Islamic religious law.
There you go.
British Muslims waging jihad in Syria:
But that’s what they keep telling us. Remember that the next time your Musel-buddy tells you that part about “inner struggle” again.
“It wasn’t taught to me that Islam is peace and there’s no fighting.” Why not? We are forced to believe that on pain of charges of “hate” — so how did he happen to miss this all-important lesson?
Pamela GellerÂ has excerpts:
I was already a jihadi [while in the UK] I understood I was on the jihadi path. Where it all began? It began from the book. And I read this and in there you see what jihad is about.I used to be scared of the word jihad, I once went to my sister when I was young I said to her, I saw it in the book and it said fighting. And my sister said to me jihad means what you have in your heart, what you did in your heart.
This is what I was taught. It wasn’t taught to me that Islam is peace and there’s no fighting.
It is peace but it requires fighting.
The duty of a Muslim is to love jihad.
One of the sayings of the prophet peace be upon him whoever does not go jihad or doesn’t even talk about it dies with the characteristic of of hypocrisy.
I am actually a Muslim following the way I should be.
Video thanks toÂ Pamela Geller.