Anjem Choudary arrest = terrorist victory

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The arrest of radical preacher Anjem Choudary is a great victory for terrorism. It proves that you no longer have the basic human right of freedom of speech. Your government, who are not your friends, have stolen it from you using the pretext of terrorism. Your government is harming you far more than the terrorists are.

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If they arrest Choudary then who next? Me? I have written; Let our boys go and fight for ISIS, so am I criminal, are they coming for me next? We live in very dangerous times when your government is salami slicing your rights and then applying the law to people who have not harmed anyone or stolen anything. The police are even harassing Sun journalist Katie Hopkins. This is exactly as predicted in George Orwell’s book 1984. We live in the age of thought crimes.

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We have a huge problem with Islam in Britain. Their fundamental beliefs and way of life are utterly incompatible with British society. This would be bad enough, but their culture tells them that they must force their way of life on us. They want us to conform to their beliefs. Yes, a few Muslims are Westernised and have liberal values, but in Britain that is a small minority. Arresting Choudary will not solve the problem, in fact it might make it worse by polarising our Islamic community even further.

A tenth of Londoners  view Islamic State (ISIS) favourably, according to a Populus survey. With about a million Muslims in London they make up around 12 percent of the population. Which makes something like 10 out of 12 Muslims in favour of Salafist barbarity.

Recently the editorial staff of French Satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo were slaughtered for publishing Islamic cartoons. Unsurprisingly more than a quarter of British Muslims were in favour of this.

Islam on Campus: A survey of UK student opinion, was published by the Centre for Social Cohesion on 27 July 2008 and found that just under a third of Muslim students polled (32%) said killing in the name of religion can be justified – the majority of these said killing could be justified if the religion was under attack, and 4% of all respondents supported killing in order to preserve and promote that religion. 54 per cent want a Muslim party to represent their world view in Parliament and 40 per cent want Muslims in the UK to be under Sharia law. And remember that these students are representative of the most Westernised and liberal Muslims in Britain.

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Until Muslims are not upset by this picture of their prophet, Mohammed, they are not civilised:

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1 Comment

  1. nice pictures,,funny,,,they deserved this..


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