UK Jailhouse Rock

Chris Riches/Daily Express

* Doesn’t anyone have a spare bullet to put this creep out of his misery?

In British prisons, the toilets point towards Mecca and the halal-burgers come steaming fresh. The prisoners have access to the Koran,  untouched by  filthy infidels, and get regular doses of jihad ideology by an ever increasing number of Islamic clerics, who make sure every one gets properly indoctrinated.

A Convincted Al Qaeda Killer Demands Female Prison Guards Must Be Veiled, Threatens Legal Action Because His “Yuman Rites Are Violated”

A MURDERING Al Qaeda terrorist has sparked outrage after threatening legal action under the Human Rights Act unless women prison wardens in his presence wear veils.

Kamel Bourgass, 33, was jailed for life in 2004 after stabbing brave Special Branch officer Stephen Oake to death in a police raid.

Now Bourgass is not only recruiting extremists to his twisted cause in Wakefield prison but is claiming that women wardens without veils infringe his human rights.

He has even cracked sick jokes about the bravery medal DC Oake received posthumously, sneering that it was made from the “metal of my knife”.

The Algerian had been preparing a deadly ricin poison attack on Bri tain when father-of-three Detective Constable Oake, 40, arrested him. Bourgass, the first Muslim fanatic to murder a British police officer, has been in Wakefield jail for just a few weeks.

But insiders claim he has already begun preaching Islamist hate against the West to inmates.

And wearing his long black cloak, he has infuriated wardens with the sick jibe about DC Oake.

A prison insider revealed: “He is very abusive and confrontational with staff and says female officers in prayer meetings are a breach of his human rights. “If they are on duty, he demands they wear a veil.

“We’ve been told to closely monitor him because he preaches hatred at prayer meetings.”

Yesterday Tory MP Philip Davies, said: “This is disgraceful. This man is a killer in prison for murdering a brave police officer who was defending the public from a deadly attack – yet he is moaning about his human rights?”

And MP David Davies, who is also a police Special Constable, said: “It is an insult to a gallant and brave detective.”

At the time of the raid in Crumpsall, Greater Manchester, in 2003, dangerous Bourgass was plotting a terrifying mass poisoning of London Tube passengers.

Tragically DC Oake was not wearing a stab-proof jacket and was knifed eight times by Bourgass who had managed to free himself inside the flat. He also stabbed three other officers.

Earlier this month the Daily Express revealed how DC Oake was posthumously awarded the Queen’s Gallantry Medal for bravery after dying trying to stop Bourgass knifing his colleagues.

The terrorist was jailed for a minimum of 22 years for murder and 17 for the poison plot.

Evidence in the Algerian’s London flat linked him to Osama Bin Laden and Abu Musab Al Zarqawi – the late terror leader who beheaded Liverpudlian hostage Ken Bigley in Iraq in 2004.

The source added: “When there was a TV report of DC Oake’s posthumous Queen’s Gallantry Medal, Bourgass was openly mocking him and made a sneering jibe about the medal being made from the metal from his knife.

“Staff reported him to security. It sickened everyone present.”

Bourgass has also boasted that he already has two “disciples” in prison and is urging other inmates to follow.This is not the first insult to the brave officer who made the ultimate sacrifice to defend his police colleagues. A Police Memorial Trust’s stone, engraved with a simple message “Here fell DC Stephen Oake, 14 January 2003”, was smashed by yobs in 2007. It was later repaired.

DC Oake’s widow Lesley, who has three children, Christopher, Rebecca and Corinne, has since remarried and last night was unavailable for comment. But a fortnight ago she broke her silence from her home in Poynton, Cheshire, to speak of her pride at Stephen’s medal.

She said: “Both myself and the children and indeed, the wider family, are delighted to learn of the news that our much-loved ‘Steve’ has been honoured in this way.

“Steve’s actions on that fateful day in January 2003 were typical of a man who was committed to his job and to his colleagues.

“We are extremely proud that his sacrificial act of bravery has resulted in this prestigious award.”

Category A jail HMP Wakefield is one of Britain’s most secure prisons and holds some of our most dangerous criminals including serial child murderer Robert Black and Sean Mercer, the gangster who shot dead 11 year-old schoolboy Rhys Jones.

A Ministry of Justice spokesman said: “We cannot comment on individual prisoners.”


Jailhouse jihad; Muslim extremism in France.(France fears that terrorism is breeding in its prisons)

Article from: The Economist (US) Article date: September 20, 2008

Fears that terrorism is breeding in French prisons

HOME to Europe’s biggest Muslim population and a robust counter-terrorism system, France has long kept a keen watch on Islamic radicalism. In recent years it has been spared big bombings of the kind seen in London and Madrid. But France is no stranger to attack by jihadists, and officials fear it is just a matter of time before they strike again.

The authorities are particularly worried about recruitment to militant Islam in France’s overcrowded prisons. “French prisons …

February 18, 2009

The Radicals Among Us

Jawa Report

Lengthy article at Philadelphia Magazine regarding prison inmates converting to radical Islam.

Philadelphians were stunned when police officer stephen_liczbinski.jpg
Stephen Liczbinski was shot in cold blood during an altercation with burqa-wearing robbers. But that murder, and other recent violent acts in the city, has its roots in a form of Islam being taught in our prisons — and being funded by Middle Eastern extremists. 

ONE MORNING THIS past May, three men sat in a Jeep outside a Port Richmond bank and put on new identities.

To Western eyes, two of them became hijabi — Muslim women who cover themselves — by pulling on full-length black burqas. They became, in a sense, invisible. The bank sat inside a busy supermarket, where shoppers would surely notice the two monoliths moving among them; but just as surely, those shoppers would pass by with eyes cast down, or aside, or beyond. They may be drawn for a moment by the sheer otherness of the hijabi, but would dependably look away with a twinge of awkward guilt for having noticed.

The men — Howard Cain, Levon Warner and Eric Floyd[obvious prayer bruises]


Wagered their freedom on it, as they stopped their vehicle in the fire zone outside the market’s door and turned on the hazard blinkers. They climbed out of their dark blue Jeep Liberty and approached the bank. They hadn’t put on mere masks. They had put on entire hemispheres[…] 

ACCORDING TO THE head of Philadelphia’s anti-terrorism squad, here’s what happens the day you arrive in a local prison, fresh from a conviction for whatever crime: You get word. It could come while you eat your first lunch. While you’re standing in the yard, maybe, or sitting in your cell.

The word is clear: Join. More…

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