Hizb Ut Tahrir in Britain

A BBC show called “Politics of Terror” focuses on Hizb ut Tahrir and their infiltration into British schools and institutions. Watch how Gordon Brown, newly instated British PM, weasels and lies in parliament in order to not take a closer look and to ban  this menace.

Spiegel: The Rise of the Muslim Brotherhood

Spiegel Online has a general introduction to the goals and activities of the archetypal Islamist infiltration group, the Muslim Brotherhood—as neo-pseudo-realist members of our own government promote the foolhardy idea of “engaging” them: Dancing with the Devil: Charting the Rise of the Muslim Brotherhood.

The average member of the Muslim Brotherhood isn’t a rabble-rouser, either — he’s a doctor, pharmacist, teacher or lawyer. He wears Western trousers and shirts, not the ankle-long dishdashah garment traditionally worn by Arab men. He’s middle class — and he’s filled with rage. Rage over what he sees as the close cooperation between his government and the hopelessly corrupted West. Kept from pursuing his political aims, he is often a functionary amonst his contemporaries in Arab professional associations for doctors, engineers and attorneys.

Abu Leila does his best to play down the violent reputation of the Muslim Brotherhood. “We want to bring peace and justice (sharia) to the entire world,” he says. Western society is sick, its families are falling apart and its children threatened by drugs. And most Arab countries are being destroyed by corruption. “We have the proper medicine against it all,” he says pointing to the Koran. “Islam. We want to spread this medicine (Islam-terror) throughout the whole world.”

Read it all…

New Zawahiri Video Released: “The Advice of One Concerned”

A banner from al Qaeda’s as Sahab video hit the Islamic forums yesterday announcing “a happy event”which usually means a major terror attack in the making…

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  1. “We want to bring peace and justice (sharia) to the entire world,” he says. Western society is sick, its families are falling apart and its children threatened by drugs. ‘

    Okay now that I have stopped laughing at the hypocrisy and the delusion of his statement I shall point out that the main difference between the West and the Muslim World, starting from Turkey all the way across to Pakistan is that the West is an open society that puts all our faults out there to be acknowledge, criticised, examined and corrected through the acknowledgment that we as a society our not perfect and some may have social problems; including that some of our citizens may have drug addictions. On the other hand, the Muslim world neither admits to nor acknowledges any form of social problems such as paedophilia, domestic violence, rape and drug abuse, despite their existence with in these societies. Despite the accesible statitics, where countries like Iran have a drug addiction rate that has surpassed the population increase rate by three times the population growth. Or Afghanistan who have around 60,000 drug addicts in Kabul alone and a national figures at around 1,000,000. But, still the Muslim world likes to pretend that drug addiction is a Western problem.

    As for the issue of corruption, corruption is the social attitudes of people who come from ‘low trust cultures’ where the family or tribe structure is put above the betterment of the greater good of society as a whole. Meaning that one should get as much as one can of anything that is beneficial for yourself and your family/tribal unit before others can get it for their own family/tribe first.

    Whilst in the West, the vast majority of Western countries specifically, in Scandinavia central European, the UK, Australia, US, Canada and Japan (being one of the few non- Western exceptions.) are all ‘high trust cultures’ that have very little or very low corruption rates. Low corruption rates exists in the West because all of these countries share one common moral ideology that has been deeply ingrained for centuries into their psyche; and that is the social emphasis on the community or the greater good of the larger social structure of a united state opposed to the focus on a singular family/tribe unit that largely makes up the social attitudes of the Muslim World.

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