How islamic evil multiplies - the real threat of islam is the denial of its original evilness
US and UK politicians steered by Saudi Arabia & Co caused the big suffering in Syria in the first place! And now the merry goes round...
Islam not only sanctions but rests on causing evilness. So when muslims flee this evilness, if they decide to stay muslim, then they bring the islamic seed of evil with them wherever they go.
The worst crime in totalitarian islam is, quite logically, apostasy, i.e. divorce from islam. Therefore many muslims cowardly hesitate to leave this fascist ideology that constitutes the biggest threat to their own Human Rights. And this is especially true for muslim women because muslim men have the Sharia right to do (as do some privileged "muslim" women, like e.g. Mishal Husain) whatever they like - including abusing those very Human Rights their faith spit on.
In other words, the more evil produced by islam the more its own evil will spread.
In UK, for example, BBC has in several programs boosted a British convert to islam (he had to convert according to islam's Sharia in order to marry a muslim woman) Alex Moran, who gets his earning from British taxpayers for the purpose of helping muslim asylum immigrants to get their big families with them as well (compare BBC's attitude when dealing with a few individual east Europeans who only wanted to come to work in UK - and WITHOUT an evil totalitarian Human Rights violating fascist racist/sexist ideology in their luggage). And when UK wants to give asylum to 'vulnerable women', will we see this criterion abused by muslim men and their British accomplices?
Iyad Madani, the Saudi Fuhrer of Saudi based OIC.
From Pamela Geller's Atlasshrugs:
MI5 tried to recruit Rigby’s jihad killer: Agents were courting beheader just weeks before Woolwich horror Beheading in London suburb
M15 tries to recruiting jihad murderers while banning Spencer and me (Pamela Geller). Brilliant.
A number of the killers’ accomplices are still on the loose, but no worries, Spencer and I cannot enter the country.
“MI5 tried to recruit Rigby’s killer: Agents were courting Islamic fanatic just weeks before Woolwich horror,” By Chris Greenwood and James Slack and Arthur Martin, Daily Mail (thanks to David)
Michael Adebolajo was approached by agents courting him as an informer
He had been on the radar of domestic security services for over ten years
Three months before killing he had complained of harassment by agents
The security services were in the dock last night for missing a decade of opportunities to stop the fanatical killers of Lee Rigby
Just three months before the appalling murder in Woolwich, MI5 was trying to recruit Michael Adebolajo as an informant.
He had been on their radar for ten years and in 2010 was even arrested with fellow Al Qaeda followers in Kenya.
Adebolajo, 29, and Michael Adebowale, 22, face dying behind bars after they were yesterday convicted of butchering Fusilier Rigby outside his barracks in South-East London.
The pair are feared to be part of a new wave of so-called ‘just do it’ terrorists who can explode into action without warning.
Yesterday Cressida Dick, the country’s most senior counter-terrorism chief, said police officers must be ready to protect their military colleagues.
‘We know that some people who have a completely perverted ideology do regard soldiers as a target,’ warned the Met assistant commissioner.
As senior Whitehall sources said they believed a number of the killers’ accomplices were still on the loose, it can be revealed that:
MI5 let Adebolajo go to Kenya where he had terror training and its agents failed to monitor him properly when he returned;
Kenyan police claimed the trip was financed by Samantha Lewthwaite, widow of one of the 7/7 bombers;
Spies approached Adebolajo’s father, brother and brother-in-law as he went ‘underground’;
Both killers were addicted to potent skunk cannabis and Adebolajo’s last address was a drugs farm;
Al-Shabaab is using footage of the murder, saying: ‘A simple knife from your local B&Q will do the job’.
The victim’s parents, estranged wife and fiancée were overcome with emotion as the jury of eight women and four men returned their verdicts in just 90 minutes.
His mother Lyn and sister Sara sobbed as others hugged. They had endured days of evidence detailing how Fusilier Rigby was almost beheaded by Adebolajo, who was allowed to espouse his twisted views from the witness box.
Mr Justice Sweeney told of his gratitude and admiration for the soldier’s family who, he said, had shown great dignity throughout the most harrowing of evidence. ‘I’m extremely grateful to them and can only sympathise with what has happened to them and its continued effect upon all their lives,’ he added.
Kissing the Koran: Adebolajo and his accomplice Michael Adebowale were convicted of murdering Fusilier Rigby yesterday after 90 minutes of deliberations at the end of an astonishing four-week Old Bailey trial
The full story of how the two men slipped through the fingers of Britain’s security services can now be told for the first time. MI5 is being investigated by Parliament’s intelligence and security committee and its chairman, Sir Malcolm Rifkind, has said it has serious questions to answer.
Adebolajo and Adebowale were brought up in lower middle-class Nigerian Christian families, with parents who dreamed of their going to university.
The path to Woolwich began in 2003 when Adebolajo joined high-profile extremist group al-Muhajiroun and changed his name to Mujahid, meaning ‘one who engages in jihad’.
Over the following years he cropped up again and again at Islamist events. But it was in 2010 that MI5 appears to have missed the most glaring opportunity to stop Adebolajo after he was caught trying to enter Somalia.
The arrest linked him to some of the most dangerous terrorists in the world, including Lewthwaite. Yet, despite being openly accused of terrorism and being deported to London, he was given free rein to continue on his radical path. Mombasa’s anti-terror chief Elijah Rop said he warned the British not to allow his release.
He said: ‘We gave very honest advice but the High Commissioner ignored us.’
Adebowale pictured speaking at a demonstration associated with radical cleric Anjem Choudary: A week before the attack, Adebolajo was preaching that jihadis did not need to travel abroad to kill British soldiersAdebowale pictured speaking at a demonstration associated with radical cleric Anjem Choudary: A week before the attack, Adebolajo was preaching that jihadis did not need to travel abroad to kill British soldiers.
Thames House, headquarters of MI5: The agency is being investigated by Parliament¿s intelligence and security committee and its chairman, Sir Malcolm Rifkind, has said it has serious questions to answerThames House, headquarters of MI5: The agency is being investigated by Parliament¿s intelligence and security committee and its chairman, Sir Malcolm Rifkind, has said it has serious questions to answer
MI5 focused on trying to recruit Adebolajo. He was offered money and mobile phones in repeated approaches by officers who asked him to spy on other Muslims. Three other members of his family, his elder brother Jeremiah, sister Christiana and brother-in-law James, were also approached.
By late 2012, just months before the Woolwich attack, Adebolajo was so fed up with MI5 that he complained to a lawyer.
Fusilier Lee Rigby poses in his ceremonial uniform: His family were overcome with emotion as the jury returned their verdicts yesterdayFusilier Lee Rigby poses in his ceremonial uniform: His family were overcome with emotion as the jury returned their verdicts at the Old Bailey yesterday
A week before the attack, Adebolajo preached that jihadis did not need to travel abroad to kill soldiers. A Muslim convert, who gave his name only as Abdullah, overheard him preaching outside Glyndan Community Centre in Woolwich after Friday prayers. He told BBC London News: ‘When we were speaking about the killing of soldiers or the Army he said, “We don’t need to go there, their boys are here, their boys are here”.
‘At that point I didn’t have clue what he was talking about. One of his last words he said was, “If I don’t see you now, God willing I’ll see you in the next life”.’
After Adebolajo was arrested for butchering Fusilier Rigby, he refused to tell counter-terrorism police where he lived. But in a telling remark, the Old Bailey was told he said ‘MI5 could provide the location because they had visited him earlier this year’.
Asked to elaborate on his contact with MI5 while in the witness box, Adebolajo said: ‘There is a lot more to come out on this.’
Adebolajo’s brother-in-law, James Thompson, who himself converted to Islam in 2005, said the interest of the security services was relentless.
He accused the agency of making his brother-in-law more extreme.
Ministers must confront doubts about the effectiveness of the £100million Prevent programme, which aims to deter extremism. A radical preacher who taught Adebolajo was offered £100,000 to help fight terrorism but turned it down.
The Mosque Behind the Jihad Murderers of British Soldier Lee Rigby
Beheading in London suburb
There have been over 22,000 deadly Islamic attacks since 911, each one with the imprimatur of a Muslim cleric, each one tied to a mosque.
The mosque behind the brutal butchery and beheading of young father and British soldier, Lee Rigby, is further proof that our AFDI action items in our 18 point platform must be instituted:
– AFDI calls for immediate investigation into foreign mosque funding in the West and for new legislation making foreign funding of mosques in non-Muslim nations illegal.
– AFDI calls for surveillance of mosques and regular inspections of mosques in the U.S. and other non-Muslim nations to look for pro-violence materials. Any mosque advocating jihad or any aspects of Sharia that conflict with Constitutional freedoms and protections should be closed.
Lee Rigby killers had links to Lewisham mosque that ‘attracts radicals’ By The Telegraph, December 19, 2013:
Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale said to have worshipped at Lewisham Islamic Centre
The killers of Drummer Lee Rigby are believed to have worshipped at a mosque whose imam was once recorded apparently urging British university students to wage jihad in Palestine.
Whitehall sources have told the Telegraph that Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale had links with the Lewisham Islamic Centre in south-east London, less than six miles from the Woolwich street where they murdered the soldier.
The mosque’s imam, Shakeel Begg, was caught on tape by the Sunday Times in 2006 apparently telling Kingston University students to “take some money and go to Palestine and fight, fight the terrorists, fight the Zionists”.
A senior Whitehall source insisted the centre had a large number of worshippers that were of no concern to the authorities.
But the source added: “It does attract a radical crowd and radical speakers and has its fair share of converts. From that perspective it is significant.
“Adebolajo and Adebowale did go there, and anywhere that attracts extremists is of interest.”
The Lewisham Islamic Centre said it was “feasible” that Adebolajo and Adebowale may have attended on occasion because it was a public place of worship open to everyone.
However, a spokesman for the mosque said the killers did not take part in any meetings or classes there, adding: “Firstly it should be noted that we do not allow any closed meetings/classes to take place at the Centre. For the avoidance of doubt, we can confirm that these individuals did not attend any meetings or classes.
“Secondly, the Centre is a public place open to all like any other mosque or place of worship and it does not exclude any member of the public from entering therein.
“It is therefore feasible that the individuals may have attended the Centre as they were also likely to have done with many mosques in and around London. Likewise, it is equally feasible that the individuals also attended churches at some point in their lives before they had any association with Islam.”
The Lewisham Islamic Centre claimed Mr Begg had been misquoted and suggested that he had in fact been talking about the “illegitimate nature” of terrorist activities.
The mosque, which was set up in the late 1970s, is a registered charity with its own primary school and after-school academy for young Muslims.
One of its former trustees, Dr Ijaz Mian, was filmed in an undercover Channel 4 Dispatches programme broadcast in 2007 apparently telling worshippers at Sparkbrook Mosque in Birmingham: “You cannot accept the rule of the kuffir [non-Muslims]. We have to rule ourselves and we have to rule the others.”
The Lewisham Islamic Centre claimed the documentary had “distorted” Dr Ijaz’s image through “selective editing and commentary”.
Adebolajo and Adebowale are believed to have moved on to the centre after years of close links with the now-banned al-Muhajiroun group, founded by Omar Bakri Mohammed and later run by Anjem Choudary.
Bakri claimed to have converted Adebolajo to Islam and Choudary said he first met him in 2005, but claimed not to have seen him in the last two years.
Choudary said he could not remember Adebowale but Bakri disputed that.
One in five terrorists convicted in Britain over more than a decade were either members of or had previous links to al-Muhajiroun before it was banned in 2010, according to the Henry Jackson Society, a counter-extremism think tank.
Others linked to the group included Omar Khyam, who was jailed life in 2007 for leading the “fertiliser bomb” plot, which was to target London nightclubs and other public buildings.
Whitehall sources said people would join the group “slightly radicalised” and leave it “very radicalised”.
Bakri helped organise a seminar after the September 11 attacks in favour of the “Magnificent 19″ and went on to call the July 7 bombers the “Fantastic Four”.
Speaking from Beirut, where he now lives in exile, Bakri said of Adebolajo: “Because he is a convert I can still remember him. At that time there were a lot of conflicts around the world, and in Iraq and in Afghanistan especially. We talked to him about these and he sympathised with the Muslim people, it seemed. He was a quiet boy who didn’t ask many questions. He used to come to our open talks and speeches.”
Choudhry said: “He was interested in Islam, in memorising the Koran.”
Adebolajo became more extreme and took part of numerous Islamist protests around London.
In 2006 he was arrested outside the Old Bailey during a violent demonstration surrounding the trial of fellow fanatics for soliciting murder and inciting racial hatred during a protest against the publication of a cartoon of the prophet Mohammed by a Danish newspaper.
In 2007 he was filmed by the BBC protesting outside Paddington Green police station following the arrest of another fanatic. He is seen holding a placard which complains of a “Crusade Against Muslims”.
And in 2009, a video shows him ranting on a platform in front of young Muslims outside a mosque in north London.
He is heard saying: “Do not be scared of the filthy kuffar. They are pigs.”
Adebolajo and Adebowale are both also said to have had links with Usman Ali, an alleged extremist and former member of Al – Muhajiroun, and Khalid Fikry, an extremist cleric and supporter of convicted terrorists.
Adebolajo and Adebowale attended a prayer group at the Glyndon community centre in Plumstead, south – east London, organised by Usman Ali. He was banned for life from the Greenwich Islamic Centre in 2007 after the mosque’s trustees won an injunction against him.
After Mr Rigby’s murder, Mr Ali said in a statement that he had not been involved in any group since leaving al-Muhajiroun in 2004.
He added: “I would not and have never encouraged Muslims to commit such abhorrent acts, and I utterly denounce these acts.”
One close associate of Adebolajo was jailed in 2008 for inciting terrorism abroad, alongside Abu Izzadeen, another Muslim convert who was radicalised by Abu Hamza, the hook – handed cleric awaiting trial for terrorism offences in America.
Others in their circle were said to include Richard Dart, who was jailed earlier this year over a plot to target soldiers’ funeral cortèges at Royal Wootton Bassett.
Adebolajo is also understood to have attended talks by preacher Mohammed Hamid, who called himself Osama bin London, and visited a bookstall run by Hamid in Marble Arch, central London.
Hamid, a 55-year-old former crack addict, was jailed on 2008 for “grooming” young Muslim men for jihad.
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