The UK Report

The worse their crime, the more they’re protected

In Britain, political correctness is usurping both the will of the people and common sense.  (TROP)

Terrorists We Can’t Kick Out   (Daily Mail)

 Plenty of ‘Yuman Rites’ For Islamic Terrorists, None For Native Brits:

U.K.: Failed 7/21 jihadist of “highest possible risk to the public” is already out of jail, but can’t be deported

He helped fellow jihadists who were going to kill themselves in an act of murder. He seems to be just a bit selective about how and when he cares about “human rights” and personal safety, and that is because of the double standard that is part and parcel of jihadist rationalizations about killing civilians: it all depends on your definition of “innocent.”

Siraj Yassin Abdullah Ali has been using public transport

Driving Brits to despair:

Graham Foulkes, whose 22-year-old son David was killed on July 7, said he was ‘filled with despair’.

He said: ‘These people were plotting to commit mass murder – what about the human rights of victims and families?    – ‘These people had no consideration for the women and children they were trying to kill. How can they claim we should look after and support them?’

“Terrorist we can’t kick out: Released after half his sentence but still ‘a risk to the public’... the suicide bomb fanatic who’s free to stay – thanks to his human rights,” by Chris Greenwood for the Daily Mail, September 25 via JW.

To hell in a handbasket:

UK: Police Ban Bible from Christian Cafe

Police in the UK have told the owner of a Christian café to stop displaying Bible texts on a video screen, because it breaches public order laws, according to

More on the quiet politically correct police raid a few days ago:

Six (Musel-)men have been charged with terrorism offences, including a suspected suicide bombing campaign, West Midlands Police have said.

6 more Islamic headbangers arrested for planning terrorist attacks: Is the UK prison service ready to fluff their pillows?

Four of the men were charged with preparing for an act of terrorism in the UK, and two with failing to disclose information.

It follows a police operation in Birmingham last week.

The six, all from Birmingham and aged between 25 and 32, will appear at West London Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

Irfan Nasser, 30, of Sparkhill, and Irfan Khalid, 26, of Balsall Heath, are accused of preparing for an act of terrorism, including travelling to Pakistan for training in terrorism, making a martyrdom video and planning a bombing campaign.

They are accused of “being concerned in constructing” a home-made explosive device for terrorist acts and stating an intention to be a suicide bomber.

Seventh man

Ashik Ali, 26, of Balsall Heath, is accused of preparing for an act of terrorism, which involved planning a bombing campaign, providing premises for the planning of terrorist attack and stating an intention to be a suicide bomber.

Rahin Ahmed, 25, of Moseley, is accused of helping fund terrorist acts.

Mohammed Rizwan, 32, of Ward End, and Bahader Ali, 28, of Sparkbrook, are both charged with failing to disclose information about potential acts of terrorism.

It is alleged that between 29 July and 19 September this year, both had information which they knew may help prevent the commission of an act of terrorism but did not disclose the information.

Mr Ali is also charged with providing money for the purposes of terrorism.

The offences are alleged to have taken place between Christmas Day 2010 and 19 September this year.

A seventh man from the city, aged 20, who was arrested on Thursday, continues to be questioned. Officers have until 29 September to charge, release or apply for further time.

The men were arrested as part of an operation carried out by the West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit. The arrests were unarmed, pre-planned and intelligence-led.



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