“If you call us Islamic terrorists 2 million will become terrorists”, says Islamo thug in chief.
Abdul Bari (don’t forget the Islamic “Dr” title from the Paki Â title mill madrassah) previously compared Britain with Nazi Germany.Â Abdul is not your ordinary headbanger though, this mug is the Â leader of the Muslim Council of Britain, the main umbrella group for Islamic organisations.Â Instead of facing up to the problem of
extremism Islamic terrorism and chronic underachievement Â among their foot soldiersÂ they are being encouraged to wallow in an imagined sense of victimhood.
Threat of up to two million Muslim terrorists, warns community leader
Britain will face have to deal with up to two million Islamic terrorists unless there is an end to ‘demonising’ of Muslims, the leader of the most influential Muslim organisation has said.Â Treating all Muslims as if they were terrorists will encourage large numbers to become terrorists, Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari said.
I can’t wait for them to come out and play.
The warning from the chief of the Muslim Council of Britain – the grouping that Tony Blair’s Government has considered the leading voice for Muslims – came amid rising tensions over the increasingly suspicious attitude to Muslims in the rest of society.
Dr Bari declared: “Some police officers and sections of the media are demonising Muslims, treating them as if they are all terrorists, and that encourages other people to do the same.
“If that demonisation continues, then Britain will have to deal with two million Muslim terrorists, 700,000 of them in London.
“If you attack a whole community, it becomes despondent and aggressive,” he added.
The message from Dr Bari appeared to be aimed at muting criticism from police officers and broadcasters and newspapers who have questioned widely-held Muslim attitudes and at police officers who have called for greater surveillance of Muslims.
It appeared to contain a measure of exaggeration – according to the last national census, there are fewer than 1.6 million Muslims in the country.
But by suggesting that a majority of British Muslims may be prepared to support or engage in terrorism the Muslim Council chief may undermine figures who have tried to ward off attacks on Muslims.
His view appears in particular to mock Scotland Yard Deputy Assistant Commissioner Brian Paddick, who declared after the 7 July bombings last year that “Islamic and terrorist are two words that do not go together”.
In recent weeks a number of senior police officers have called for ‘profiling’ measures that would pick out Muslims for greater attention in security checks.
Metropolitan Police anti-terrorist chief Peter Clarke said last week that thousands of Britism Muslims are now being watched, and last month Met superintendents’ spokesman Chief Superintendent Simon Humphrey said it was “wholly unacceptable to portray the Asian community as victims”.
At the same time a series of highly-publicised surveys have shown that a high proportion of people are reluctant to sit next to a Muslim on public transport or would feel unhappy to have a Muslim neighbour.
Dr Bari said in an interview with the Sunday Telegraph that he did not understand why “the whole of our diverse community” is being criticised.
“We want to isolate that bad people and put them in the dock,” he said. “But we all have to work together to do that: police, politicians, the media and the Muslim community.”
Security profiling at airports “reinforces a negative stereotype”, he added.
“When the IRA was blowing people up, the entire Catholic population of Britain was not demonised, so why is it happening to the Muslim community?” he asked.
Another prominent Islamic figure also said that extremists had been falsely represented as typical of Muslims.
But Dr Ghayasuddin Siddiqui of the Muslim Parliament said the responsibility lay on Muslim communities to expose and end the threat.
Dr Siddiqui said: “Muslim failure to act robustly against extremist ideology provides ammunition to those who wish to pursue the Neo-con agenda by demonising Muslims and creating an atmosphere of fear and hatred within society.”
He added: “It is up to moderate Muslims to reclaim Islam and for a new generation of young Muslim activists and leaders to emerge who love both their country and their religion.”
Most mosques have remained immune to change and faith schools need to become more open to the wider society, he added.
Aslim Taslam Explained:
Aslim TaslamÂ (Arabic:Â Ø£Ø³Ù„Ù… ØªØ³Ù„Ù…â€Ž) is a phrase meaning “submit (to Allah i.e. by accepting Islam) and you will getÂ salvation“,Â taken from the letters sent by theÂ Islamic ProphetÂ MuhammadÂ to various kings and rulers in which he urged them to convert toÂ Islam.
Similar Letters of Leaders from Muslim countries
On September 17, 2006, in response to theÂ Pope Benedict XVI Islam controversy, characterized by Gazan clerics as “the result of his hatred for Islam and not the result of ignorance.” one of them,Â SheikhÂ Imad Hamato, called on the pope to “repent and ask for forgiveness” and said: “We want to use the words of theÂ ProphetÂ MuhammadÂ and tell the pope:Â aslim taslam.“Â 
Hizbut TahrirÂ IndonesiaÂ spokesperson,Â Ismail YusantoÂ said toÂ Nikolas van Dam, the Dutch ambassador forÂ IndonesiaÂ that theÂ Dutch governmentÂ is responsible for theÂ Fitna (film)Â ofÂ Geert WildersÂ and saidÂ aslim taslam.Â 
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