"….good boy, kind boy, educated in Britain…."

It never ceases to amaze me how the journaillie bends over to put a human face on these savages:

Scotland Yard says police have searched another property during the investigation into five suspected Islamist extremists Islamic terrorists.

terror plot linkThe men – aged between 20 and 21 – have been in custody since Tuesday after counter-terror officers disrupted what was believed to be the early stages of what could have turned into a “significant plot” His neighbour, Nacer Dahmas, said he had known the suspected extremist since he was a child and described him as a “good boy, educated in Britain”, adding that Kheder would often assist with his disabilities.

“My son told me this was about terrorism – in my opinion, this is a mistake. He is a good, kind boy. I was very surprised,” he said.

In other news:

UK: London mayor says security services monitoring “thousands” of jihad terror suspectsUK: London mayor says security services monitoring “thousands” of jihad terror suspects

“There are probably in the low thousands of people that we are monitoring in London.” What? In London alone? To say nothing of the rest of Absurd Britannia? Will Johnson or David Cameron or some expert Moderate Muslim like Maajid Nawaz kindly explain how this Misunderstanding of Islam grew to these epidemic proportions? Everyone (outside [ / Comments]Continue Reading »

UK: Judges rule that convicted jihad terrorist can’t be deported, it would breach his rights to “private and family life”UK: Judges rule that convicted jihad terrorist can’t be deported, it would breach his rights to “private and family life”

Let’s see. Pamela Geller and I were banned from Britain because, we were told, our presence would be “not conducive to the public good.” The grounds for my ban, according to the Home Office’s letter to me, was that I have said that Islam has a doctrine of warfare against unbelievers, which is like banning [/Comments]  FacebookTwitter  LinkedInDeliciousDiggBlogger PostBookmark/FavoritesEmailPinterestRedditTumblrStumbleUponContinue Reading »