A detailed look at the plots of the five recently convicted British Muslims, thanks to operative Kasper on LGF.
Includes surveillance video and secret recordings of the terrorists discussing attacking a British nightclub.
Jimmi the Dhimmi sez:
Q: What is the difference between a Sunni and a Shiite?
A: One is a muslim who kills other muslims, the other is exactly the opposite.
Cleric preaches that violence is part of Islam
By Duncan Gardham
* Well, it sure is. Ever since Muhammad said ‘Terror made me victorious’ and ‘strike terror in the hearts of the enemy’- but good Muslims always deny that, which is part of their indoctrination, but denial confuses gullible Westerners…
The mentor (absconded) Omar Bakri Mohammed
How it all started:
At a scout hut on forestry land in Crawley, West Sussex, Omar Bakri Mohammed encouraged his small band of followers to turn their ideological zeal to violence, training them in boxing and urging them on.
It was at one such meeting that Omar Khyam, the leader of the fertiliser plotters, first came into contact with radical Islam as an impressionable teenager.
It was Bakri’s boundless energy that drew together the various parts of the radical group he had founded.
Living on disability benefit in Edmonton, north London, he drove round the country encouraging members of al-Muhajiroun.
His friendly, sometimes comical persona belied a radical ideology, not only pushing the establishment of a worldwide Muslim Caliphate and the black flag of Islam flying at No 10, but also leading a group that supported violent means to achieve those ends.
Bakri helped organise a seminar after the September 11 attacks in favour of the “Magnificent 19” and went on to call the July 7 bombers the “Fantastic Four.”
In documents seen by The Daily Telegraph, al-Muhajiroun claimed: “Terrorism is a part of Islam” and “Allah made it obligatory to prepare and to terrify the enemy of Allah”.
The article advised: “The kuffar of USA and UK are without doubt our enemy.There is no such thing as an innocent kafir, innocence is only applicable for the Muslims. Not only is it obligatory to fight them, it is haram [forbidden] to feel sorry for them.”
Al-Muhajiroun or “AM” included several distinct groups – Omar Khyam and Waheed Mahmood became involved in Crawley, Anthony Garcia in east London and Salahuddin Amin in Luton.
In Pakistan, after September 11, those groups came together under the guidance of Mohammed Babar, an al-Muhajiroun member from New York, and others, including allegedly Hassan Butt from Manchester.
Babar and Butt allegedly set up an “AM” office in Lahore, with Butt said to have boasted of sending British recruits to fight allied forces in Afghanistan.
At least two young men from Crawley and one from Luton were killed when the allied forces invaded in 2001. Bakri called them martyrs.
Another young man inspired by Bakri was Omar Sharif, from Derby, a student at King’s College London who went on to become a suicide bomber in Israel.
For some, the attention drawn to al-Muhajiroun was unwelcome and it probably encouraged the Crawley group to separate from it.
Six months after the arrest of the Crawley bombers in 2004, Bakri announced that he was closing down
al-Muhajiroun but other organisations have been set up by his followers.
New York Police Department said last year it believed that al-Muhajiroun and its successors had connections with Islamic societies in 21 British towns and cities as well as student bodies, publishers and a software company.
In a recent article in the London-based Arabic newspaper Al Sharq al-Awsat, a former leader of one group said: “The students of Omar Bakri continue to preach on campuses.”
Bakri now lives in the Lebanon and has been banned from returning to Britain, although his wife and seven children still live in Edmonton.
* Sure. What’s better for a professional Jihadi to leave his whole tribe safely deposited in the Dar’al Harb where the filthy kuffars provide them with their every need, like free medicare, welfare, housing, schooling and other allowances while they can freely do da’awa and continue promoting the jihad?
Even Allah himself is not THAT generous!
In a sermon in English, given over a secure internet site by Bakri last week, he talked of anti-terrorism arrests as a “good sign”. He said: “When you put people under pressure everywhere, I think you are leading to explosion.”