The clueless PC-tart who interviews enemy agent Anjem Choudary doesn’t even realize how he is using her to spin his propaganda. Anjem Choudary makes his point nicely and will attract many more Muslims to his cause as a result to this TV interview.
Thanks to Jawa Report
Article from Atlas:
It’s hard to believe that yesterday’s disgusting seditious display of Islamic hate towards returning British soldiers could get any uglier but it has. Check out theÂ march and the video here.
Lovely, happy people cheering their returning soldiers come under intense verbal harassment. Vile . So imagine howÂ sick a society is to punishÂ those that were put upon and harassed.
Police have charged a man with racially aggravated harrassment following clashes during the homecoming parade for British soldiers in Luton yesterday (March 10).
A second man, aged in his 40s, was given a fine after being arrested during the event. Both men were released from police custody on Tuesday night.
No muslims were arrested or charged with any offence
Melanie Phillips excellent oped piece rips the Brits to shreds.
The repellent spectacle of Muslims demonstrating in Luton against the British soldiers returning from Iraq does more than turn our stomach.
It tells us in graphic form that this country has not only utterly failed to combat a threat to itself from within but – astoundingly – turns not against those who threaten it but against those who seek to defend it.
When the returning troops of the 2nd Battalion, the Royal Anglian Regiment paraded through Luton they had to run the gauntlet of Muslim protesters waving placards saying: ‘Anglian soldiers: Butchers of Basra,’ and ‘Anglian soldiers: cowards, killers, extremists.’Â Â Â Â
Venom: Faces contorted with fury, some of the Muslim demonstrator who marred the homecoming of the Royal Anglian Regiment yesterday
Not surprisingly, this enraged the rest of the crowd of decent, patriotic people who had turned out to welcome the troops home. Yet the only arrests made were among those who objected to the Muslim provocation, including a man who shouted something at them.
Talk about getting things back to front! The police turn a blind eye to gross and offensive provocation which clearly poses a threat to public order, while arresting instead those who are thus provoked!
Among the protesters was a group of burka-clad women with their faces wholly concealed except for slits for the eyes. Given the menacing nature of the protest, the fact that their identities were thus concealed was highly relevant.
Yet if anyone objects to any of this,Â they are called ‘Islamophobic’. Just think what the reaction would be if, say, a group of Ku Klux Klansmen in full regalia took part in a demonstration by neo-Nazis in a heavily ethnic minority area. Does anyone imagine that such a direct threat to public order would be permitted?
But when it comes to Islamist extremists, it is those who protest at such gross provocation – and, indeed, treachery against their own country – who are arrested as a threat to public order while the extremists are left free to preach their hatred.
Moreover, this demonstration appears to have been organised by an extremist group directly linked to Omar Bakri Mohammed, who now preaches to his followers from Lebanon via videos posted on websites after he was barred from Britain.
Omar Bakri led the extremist group al Muhajiroun which is now banned in Britain. But one of yesterday’s protesters was Sayful Islam, the leader of the Luton branch of an organisation that has the same beliefs as al Muhajiroun, and who said ‘They can’t come here and parade where there is such a Muslim community.’ Why are the police turning a blind eye to this?
Today, the extremist preacher Anjem Choudary not only praised yesterday’s protesters but, in an inflammatory message posted on an Islamic extremist website, viciously mocked the member of the returning regiment who had been killed by friendly fire in Iraq.
Why is Anjem Choudhary still at liberty to preach such inflammatory hatred? He leads a group formed after al Muhajiroun was banned called Islam For The UK which wants Britain to be an Islamic state ruled by Sharia law.Â
Anjem Choudary has praised the Muslim anti-war protesters while hate preacher Omar Bakri has said he feels pride at their demonstration
The reason for this whole cockeyed approach lies in the government’s utterly flawed strategy for dealing with Islamist extremism. The flaw lies in its definition of the problem as ‘violent’ extremism.
It refuses to acknowledge that even people who do not themselves advocate violence but who promote extremist and seditious views, such as the overthrow of British society and the imposition of Islamic sharia law, are a threat to this country by inciting hatred and resentment, thus swelling the sea in which violence swims.
Unbelievable as this will seem to many people, the government further believes that such non-violent extremists are an antidote to violent extremism. So ministers, local councils and even the police actually use such extremists as advisers against Islamist extremism. Surreal? You bet. But all too true.
Last Monday, Policy Exchange published a devastating critique of this strategy of Preventing Violent Extremism (PVE) in a pamphlet entitled ‘Choosing our Friends Wisely’ by Shiraz Maher and Martin Frampton.
This correctly observes that, far from countering extremism, this disastrous policy is actually radicalising a new generation of Muslims – sometimes with the very funds that are supposed to be countering radicalisation.
As a result, the state now funds Islamist-influenced organisations, such as the United Kingdom Islamic Mission, the Muslim Council of Britain and the Islamic Society of Britain.Â
Its refusal to identify all extremism as the problem produced the recent debacle of Dr Daud Abdullah, a member of the Mosques and Imams National Advisory Board – the government-appointed body that trains supposedly ‘moderate’ imams and is designed to curtail the activities of extremist clerics.
Yet Dr Abdullah was one of 90 Muslim leaders from around the world who signed a public declaration in support of Hamas and advocated attacks on the Royal Navy if it tried to stop arms for Hamas being smuggled into Gaza.
Worse even than the government’s use of such extremists is the fact that the police are working closely with them too. The Metropolitan Police is selecting advisers against Islamist extremism who themselves have Islamist agendas – including one who supports the creation of an Islamic state and is the subject of an Interpol ‘red notice.’
As the report states, the police are working with radicals such as Azad Ali, a supposed ‘moderate’ who sits on the Metropolitan Police’s Strategic Stop and Search Committee and Police Use of Firearms Group, as well as the Home Office’s Trust and Confidence Community Panel.
Yet Ali has recently published a series of incendiary articles on the internet fuelled by his outrage over Israeli military activity in Gaza. In one article he pours scorn on moderate Muslims, calling them ‘self-serving vultures, feeding on the dead flesh of the Palestinians.’
As the report rightly asks, how can someone like this be regarded as an appropriate ‘partner’ for the Metropolitan Police and other official organs rather than being viewed as beyond the pale?
Worse still, the police are now reflecting some of this radicalism themselves. Thus the Association of Chief Police Officers has said the police must ensure that ‘genuine grievances that contribute to violent extremism are addressed effectively and perceived grievances rebutted.’
But what are these ‘genuine grievances’ that must be thus rebutted? Criticism of Islamist extremism? Evidently so – as demonstrated by the extraordinary decision by the West Midlands Police to report Channel 4 to the broadcasting regulator Ofcom over claims that its investigation into hate preachers in some British mosques might have harmed ‘community cohesion’; or by the cautionary tale of Sgt Amar Shakoor of Strathclyde Police, who signed an open letter on behalf of the Strathclyde Muslim Police Association condemning Israel’s actions in Gaza.
The reason behind the government’s disastrously misguided approach is the refusal by ministers and the security establishment to acknowledge that the driver of Islamist extremism is not ‘grievances’ but religious ideology.
That ideology threatens the freedom and security no less of those many British Muslims who have nothing to do with such extremism and who want to sign up to British values just like everyone else.
It was the product of the government’s dalliance with extremists and refusal to address the core of the Islamist threat to this country that was on such ugly and shocking display in Luton yesterday.
UK jihadist protesters say they will target soldiers returning from Iraq again
Good thing the Brits didn’t let Geert Wilders into the country to stir up intercommunity strife, eh? More onÂ this story.
“‘Disgraceful’ Islamist protesters plan to target more soldiers returning from Iraq,” by David Byers and Steve Bird in theÂ Times, March 11Â
Islamist extremists in the UK are plotting to repeat their protest of yesterday in which they held up banners labelling British troops on their homecoming parade as “cowards” and “butchers”.The Islam for the UK group, believed to be a spin-off of the extremist al-Muhajiroun, called for similar rallies against other regiments coming home following protests in Luton town centre targeting the 2nd Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment.
Members of the local community in Luton claim that the protesters were members of al-Muhajiroun itself, a virulently anti-Semitic organisation which claimed to have been disbanded in 2004. Its founders replaced it with two spin-off groups, both of which were then subsequently made illegal by the Government for glorifying terrorism.
The Home Office said today that anyone found to be guilty of belonging to a banned organisation would be prosecuted, and that it was constantly reviewing whether to ban further groups emerging throughout the UK.
Uh, might not be a bad idea.
The group of demonstrators – who held up placards in Luton town centre with slogans including: “Anglian Soldiers: Butchers of Basra”, “Anglian Soldiers: cowards, killers, extremists” and “British Government Terrorist Government” and hurled verbal abuse at passing soldiers – were described by the local MP as having brought “disgrace” to Luton.Yet in a statement posted on its website, Islam for the UK said further protests in a similar vein were needed, labelled the British troops as “terrorists” and compared them to the Nazis. Islam for the UK is run by Anjem Choudhury, the radical preacher who was right hand man to Omar Bakri Mohammed, former al-Muhajiroun leader….
“Muslim hate preacher ridicules troops abused in anti-war protests – and mocks their dead comrade,” by Michael Seamark, Andrew Levy and Matt Sandy for theÂ Daily Mail, March 11 (thanks to all who sent this in):
A Muslim preacher of hate today ridiculed British soldiers who were abused during a homecoming parade – branding them cowards who have an ‘uncanny knack for death by friendly fire’.Firebrand preacher Anjem Choudary praised the Muslims who had protested at yesterday’s parade for the 2nd Battalion Royal Anglian Regiment in Luton.
And in an inflammatory message posted on an Islamic extremist website, Choudary viciously mocked their comrade who was killed by friendly fire in Iraq.
But of course the dhimmi British officials go after not Choudary, but those who find this outrageous:
His words came as police charged a man who allegedly shouted abuse at the Muslim anti-war protesters.Choudary, who has links with banned Muslim cleric Sheikh Omar Bakri Mohammed, likened the soldiers to Nazis and branded yesterday’s homecoming a ‘vile parade’ of ‘brutal murderers’.
Choudary said: ‘On 10th March 2009 200 pathetic and cowardly British soldiers from the second battalion, of the Royal Anglian Regiment, pompously marched through Luton to demonstrate their skill at murdering and torturing thousands of innocent Muslim men, women and children (in Iraq) over a 24-month period.’
Choudary, you’ll recall,Â doesn’t believe any non-Muslim is innocent.
Choudary leads the controversial Islam For The UK organisation which wants Britain to be an Islamic state, ruled by Sharia law.His group was formed after Bakri’s fundamentalist organisation Al-Muhajiroun was banned by the Government.
He said: ‘Non-Muslims in Britain must appreciate that the actions of the British soldiers must be condemned unreservedly; they are not heroes but closer to cowards who cannot fight, as their uncanny knack for death by ‘friendly fire’ illustrates.’…