* Well, last time we checked Britain was not yet -entirely- underÂ Â Sharia law.Â What will be the reaction of the British public? Will the publisher be blamed for “inciting” Muslims to commit terrorist acts?
* Besides, its a crappy book: Sherry Jones knows f*kcall about Islam and makes Aisha, Muhammads child bride, 14 years old when heÂ consummatedÂ his marriage to her. Sherry Jones claims she wrote the book in “admiration for Muhammad”; Â she might have; in the spirit of appeasement. Â But in reality she deliberately falsified the hadith, Â which could be interpreted that she glorifies child-rape. She may, she may not, Â at the very least she distorts the ugly truth. But this is not about truth, its about censorship, voluntary or otherwise, because of Islam.
* While Sherry Jones says she wrote the novel to ‘honor Islam’, Â none of it pleases the headbangers around Anjem Chaudary, who threatens more bombings if the publishers go ahead (and print the novel.)
U.K.: Islamic cleric warns of more attacks overÂ Jewel of MedinaÂ after publisher was firebombed
An update onÂ this story. “Radical Islamic clerics warn of further attacks after publisher is firebombed,” by John Bingham for theÂ Telegraph,
Anjem Chaudary stated earlier this year:
“Islam is superior and will never be surpassed. The flag of Islam will rise over Downing Street.” He roared: “We do not integrate into Christianity. We will ensure that one day you will integrate into the Sharia Islamic law. Our eyes are on Downing Street.” “That is why the British are so afraid. It would be easy for us to declare Jihad in Britain and each one of us could become a time-bomb waiting to go off. But we are not people who betray.” ‘The mob bayed and cheered as he said: “About 500 people in Britain become Muslim every day. “The Home Office say there are 1.5million Muslims but there were 1.5million ten years ago. Since then our brothers in Bethnal Green, Whitechapel and other places…”
* Anjem Choudary is responsible for the incitement of most Muslim-on-Kuffar violence and terrorism in Britain. There is ample evidence.
No one ever acts on it.
Hardline clerics said that further attacks would be “inevitable” if publication of the novel, The Jewel of Medina, goes ahead as planned next month.
Police moved in to arrest three men moments after a fire broke out at the London home and office of Martin Rynja in the early hours of Saturday.
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The radical cleric Anjem Choudhary said the book was an insult to the Prophet Mohammed’s honour, something he said would warrant a “death penalty” under Sharia law.
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The attack came days after Mr Rynja’s company, Gibson Square, bought the rights to the book by the American writer Sherry Jones, which has already been likened to Sir Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses.
The novel, which focuses on the relationship between Mohammed and his child bride Aisha, was recently dropped from publication in the United States by the publishers Random House amid fears that it would anger Muslims.
Mr Rynja, who is described by friends as “taking on projects where others fear to tread” has published several books by controversial authors including Alexander Litvinenko, the former Russian spy who was poisoned in London after becoming an outspoken critic of the country’s prime minister and former president Vladimir Putin.
Buying the British and Commonwealth rights to the Sherry Jones novel last week, Mr Rynja described it as a “moving love story”.
But the radical clericÂ Anjem ChoudharyÂ said the book was an insult to the Prophet Mohammed’s honour, something he said would warrant a “death penalty” under Sharia law.
The attack on Mr Rynja’s home in Lonsdale Square, Islington, north London, came in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Armed police accompanied by firemen broke down the door of the house after flames and smoke were seen.
It is believed officers had been expecting the attack and quickly moved in to arrest two men at the scene while a third was stopped at a nearby London Underground station.
The three men, aged 40, 30 and 22, were being questioned on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism last night.
The EastEnders actress Brooke Kinsella whose 16-year-old brother Ben was stabbed to death earlier this year, lives in the square and was among those evacuated by police as part of the operation.
Other neighbours spoke of their terror at being awoken to see armed police in the square but praised the operation as professional.
But the radical cleric Anjem Choudhary, who lives in Ilford, east London, said he was “not surprised at all” by the attack and warned of possible further reprisals over the book.
“It is clearly stipulated in Muslim law that any kind of attack on his honour carries the death penalty,” he said.
“People should be aware of the consequences they might face when producing material like this. They should know the depth of feeling it might provoke.”
He denied any involvement in the attack but said he “understood” the feelings of the perpetrators.
“If the publication goes ahead then I think, inevitably, there will be more attacks like this – this is the thin of the wedge,” he said.
Speaking from Lebanon, the radical cleric Omar Bakri, added: “If anybody attacks that man I cannot myself condemn it.”
Sir Salman, who was made the subject of a fatwa by the Iranian leader Ayatolla Khomeini ordering his death in 1989 for publishing a “blasphemous” book,Â has spoken out in defenceÂ of The Jewel of Medina and suggested Random House had allowed itself to be intimidated.
Police were granted a warrant to continue holding the three men until Saturday at a brief hearing at City of Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Sunday.