Wednesday, March 22, 2017

London attack: Leftists laugh at Tommy Robinson


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Monday, March 20, 2017

Muslim pharmacist showed beheading films to children

Why not? Beheading Infidels is a divinely-sanctioned activity: “When you meet the unbelievers, strike necks…” (Qur’an 47:4) Why shouldn’t children join in the fun?
“Pharmacist ‘showed beheading films to children,’” Court News UK, March 17, 2017

A pharmacist accused of showing a beheading video to children faces trial in September. Zameer Ghumra, 37, is charged with distributing terrorist publications on 23 September 2015 under section two of the Terrorism Act 2006. 

The charge relates to Ghumra allegedly showing a video of a beheading to two young children. Ghumra appeared in the dock at the Old Bailey wearing a checked hooded sweatshirt and black skull cap.

 He spoke only to confirm his name during the brief hearing…

Son of hook-handed hate preacher Abu Hamza stars in jihadist propaganda video as he fights President Assad in Syria

  • Sufiyan Mustafa, 22, has played an active role in fighting alongside rebel groups 
  • It's believed Mustafa, the son of Abu Hamza, was involved in the siege of Aleppo
  • He has now starred in a new propaganda video denouncing ISIS and Assad 
  • Mustafa is the sixth of eight children fathered by Egyptian-born Hamza, 58
Notorious hook-handed hate preacher Abu Hamza's sixth son has appeared in a new jihadist propaganda video.
Sufiyan Mustafa, 22, is fighting alongside rebel groups against in Syria after fleeing from Britain, it emerged last week.
Now the jihadist has starred in a propaganda video that denounces President Assad and criticises ISIS for giving Muslims a bad name.  
Notorious hook-handed hate preacher Abu Hamza's sixth son Sufiyan Mustafa (pictured in a previous video) has appeared in new jihadist propaganda
Notorious hook-handed hate preacher Abu Hamza's sixth son Sufiyan Mustafa (pictured in a previous video) has appeared in new jihadist propaganda
Sufiyan Mustafa, 22, is fighting alongside rebel groups against in Syria after fleeing from Britain, it emerged last week
Sufiyan Mustafa, 22, is fighting alongside rebel groups against in Syria after fleeing from Britain, it emerged last week
In the video, which is not online but has been seen by The Sun, he says: 'There is no solution to the Syrian situation while Assad is in power… if you want to help then shine a light on the atrocities carried out by Bashar Assad, the Russians and ISIS.'
'It is very unfair for the West to judge Muslims by the actions of Al Qaeda, ISIS or Hizbollah. If that is fair then all Muslims have the right to view all Christians as crusaders or Americans as Charles Manson.' 
He adds: 'I will continue to stand by the side of the Syrian people and fight for their causes that many loved ones have sacrificed their lives for.'
Mustafa's father, Hamza, rose to notoriety in the UK after becoming imam of the Finsbury Park mosque, in north London, in 1997
Mustafa's father, Hamza, rose to notoriety in the UK after becoming imam of the Finsbury Park mosque, in north London, in 1997
Since making the 22,000-mile journey to Syria, Mustafa has played an active role in fighting and was involved in the siege of Aleppo, intelligence insiders claim.
It is unclear which rebel group Mustafa is fighting for. 
Mustafa is the sixth of eight children fathered by Hamza, 58, an Egyptian-born hate preacher who is now serving a life sentence in a US prison for terror offences.
An intelligence insider told The Sunday People that Mustafa has no criminal record in the UK, but he 'has been part of military operations' in Syria.
The insider added: 'He has managed to stay a ghost since he set foot in Syria but it's thought he has been with rebels in the north.'
Experts believe that more than 800 Brits have flocked to Iraq and Syria to join 27,000 foreigners fighting for IS since violence broke out in 2011.
Mustafa's father, Hamza was jailed for life for terrorism offences during a trial in New York City in 2015, and has been serving his sentence in solitary confinement at a high security prison in Florence, Colorado.
Hamza was extradited to the US after the British government spent a decade trying to kick him out of the country.
He rose to notoriety in the UK after becoming imam of the Finsbury Park mosque, in north London, in 1997.
Hamza was jailed for life for terrorism offences during a trial in New York City in 2015
He has been serving his sentence in solitary confinement at a high security prison in Florence, Colorado
Hamza was jailed for life for terrorism offences during a trial in New York City in 2015, and has been serving his sentence in solitary confinement at a high security prison in Colorado
Sufiyan recites verses of Quran during a Ramadan event in 2012
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One year later, in 1998, he helped organise hostage-taking of 16 mostly British tourists in Yemen. Three Britons and an Australian killed in rescue mission.
In 2000, he set up a terrorist training camp back in the US, in Bly, Oregon, sending volunteers and money to Afghanistan to support al Qaeda and the Taliban.
He then firmly placed himself on the national radar in 2001 after speaking out in support of Osama bin Laden following the September 11 attacks.
His current jail is known as the 'Alcatraz of the Rockies', due to its reputation as being inescapable.

It houses the most dangerous inmates in the US prison system and is believed to the world's most secure prison.

Two of Hamza's sons, as well as a stepson, have also been jailed for various offenses, including a bomb plot and a robbery.

ABU HAMZA - THE EGYPTIAN ENGINEER WHO BECAME A PREACHER OF HATE

Abu Hamza al-Masri was born in Alexandria, Egypt in 1958 as Mustafa Kamel Mustafa, the son of a naval officer and a primary school headmistress.

After initially studying civil engineering he entered the UK in 1979 on a student visa.
He was granted UK citizenship when he met and married his first wife, a British Muslim convert, in 1980. Hamza has previously said she was the one who got him interested in Islam and he converted after taking time off from his job as a nightclub bouncer in London's Soho. 

As he found his new religion and his job incompatible, he instead resumed his civil engineering studies at Brunel University and Brighton Polytechnic, gaining a degree.

He then divorced his first wife, the mother of his oldest son, Muhammed Kamel, who at the age of 17 was convicted of being part of a bomb plot in Yemen and imprisoned for three years in 1999.

He met and married his second wife in 1984 in a Muslim ceremony in London and had a further seven childen.

Heavily influenced by the Iranian revolution, he took an interest in Islam and politics, in particularly the occupation of Afghanistan by the Soviet Union.

After meeting the founder of Afghan Mujahideen in 1987, he moved to Egypt and then to Afghanistan, and it was in the following years that he lost his hands and one eye.

Over the years, Hamza has given several different reasons for the loss of his hands and eye. These include a road project in Pakistan, an explosion during a de-mining project in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, fighting the jihad as a Pakistani Mujahideen, and working with Pakistani military in Lahore when an explosives experiment went wrong.

After spending time in Afghanistan and Bosnia in the early 90s, he returned to Britain and adopted a new name - Sheikh Abu Hamza al-Masri.

It was in London that Hamza began his rise to public notoriety as the Finsbury Park mosque imam, where he arrived in 1997.

One year later, in 1998, he helped organise hostage-taking of 16 mostly British tourists in Yemen. Three Britons and an Australian killed in rescue mission.

In 2000, he set up a terrorist training camp in Bly, Oregon, sending volunteers and money to Afghanistan to support al Qaeda and the Taliban.

He firmly placed himself on the national radar in 2001 after speaking out in support of Osama bin Laden following the September 11 attacks.

His inflammatory speeches led to the Charity Commission suspending him from his position at Finsbury Park Mosque the following year.

In 2003, legal moves begin to get Hamza deported to Yemen, a move which he appealed.
In 2004 Hamza was arrested on a US extradition warrant over charges of conspiring to take hostages in Yemen, funding terrorism, and organising a terrorist training camp in Oregon. Charged with 15 offences under the Terrorism Act, temporarily staying US extradition.

In 2006, Hamza was jailed for seven years at the Old Bailey after being found guilty of 11 of 15 charges, but the courts still battle to have him extradited.

He was finally extradited in October 2012, and appeared in a U.S. court, indicted under the name Mustafa Kamel Mustafa, where he pleaded not guilty to terrorism charges.
In May 2014, Hamza was convicted of all 11 charges on terrorism offences at Manhattan's Federal Court.

Hamza was jailed for life for terrorism offences in 2015, and has been serving his sentence in solitary confinement at a high security prison in Florence, Colorado.



Sunday, March 19, 2017

Police scrambled as enraged Muslim mob gathers over Qur’ans found in dumpster

The UK is not a Sharia state where copies of the Qur’an have to be treated with the utmost reverence, but the way things are going, as this story indicates, unless there are massive changes it will be soon.
“VIDEO: Police Scrambled to Bradford as Quran in Skip Sparks Hysteria and Violent Threats,” by Liam Deacon, Breitbart, March 17, 2017 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
Police were scrambled to an area of Bradford Thursday night after an angry mob of local Muslims gathered because copies of Quran had been found in a skip.
A local bookshop, specialising in the “distribution of Islamic goods”, was closing down and had been clearing the last of its stock.
Videos of Islamic texts being disposed of spread rapidly online and further footage of angry crowds outside the store on Thursday evening have been viewed by tens of thousands of people.
The former owners of The Book Centre told The Telegraph & Argus that a “group of individuals” arrived at the store and began “harassing and bullying” the shop’s 80-year-old former owner, who was “not responsible for the filling of the skip”.
Local resident Adil Shaan, who forwarded photographs to the local press, said it was a “shameful act”. “The public went through the skip and took out any religious material,” he added.
“They’re both motherf*ckers haramis. The person who sold [the shop] and the person who bought it, they well and truly know what they have done is wrong kanjars need their heads kicking in,” wrote Sarfraz Aslam on Facebook.
“Lost for words! Boycott the shameful store!” added Nazia Hussain. “May Allah punish them severely…” said Amina Bibi.
Shahid Janjua, a local Muslim journalist, claimed it was a “deliberate attempt to unrest [the] Muslim community” on Twitter.
The property’s new owners – who are also Muslim – had given just a few weeks for the shop to be vacated, and third party workmen had been called in to clear the stock.
A spokesman for The Book Centre said: “While the Book Centre site is being cleared, no Islamic material of any sort was purposefully disposed of. A small workforce was instructed to clear two storerooms from which some material made its way into the skip.
“This is wrong, unacceptable and a genuine mistake. The skip will be looked at as a matter of urgency and any materials removed.”
The spokesman was insistent that people “not associated with the Book Centre” had been responsible for removing Qurans. “What has happened here is a case of genuine human error, we are really disappointed,” they said.
A spokesman for Baker Reign Solicitors, which represents the new owners, said: “The board of directors of our client are very conscious that the Holy Quran needs to be treated with the utmost respect particularly as they are practicing Muslims….

Anjem Choudary disciple 'fled to Syria to join ISIS with his wife and three children using £1,000 in housing benefits'

  • Shahan Choudhury was accused of taking part in a murder when he was 18 
  • He was acquitted in 2007 but radicalised while on remand in Belmarsh Prison
  • His family followed him to Syria last year - paying for it with 'housing benefits'
  • A former prisoner warns Belmarsh has become 'like a jihadi training camp'
Shahan Choudhury, 30, vanished from his flat in London last year and has since used Twitter to urge other British Muslims to carry out terror attacks in the UK.
His family say he was 'brainwashed' after spending 18 months on remand in HMP Belmarsh for allegedly taking part in the stabbing of a 17-year-old. 
Shahan Choudhury allegedly took part in stabbing a 17-year-old to death over a £15 debt when he just was 18 

He has been joined in Syria by his wife and three children, including a baby.Shahan Choudhury allegedly took part in stabbing a 17-year-old to death over a £15 debt when he just was 18 
According to the Sunday Times the family's escape may have been funded by housing benefit payments.
Choudhury's wife Mehak is alleged to have traveled to Syria in early 2016, a few months after her husband.

The family's landlady discovered that Mehak had received a monthly housing benefit payment of £1,000 - which she'd failed to pass on as rent.

Shahan Choudhury first came to the police's attention when he was charged with being part of a gang who stabbed a 17-year-old hospital worker to death over an alleged £15 drug debt.

Hate preacher Anjem Choudary has been blamed for more than a dozen brainwashed radicals joining ISIS from the UK
Hate preacher Anjem Choudary has been blamed for more than a dozen brainwashed radicals joining ISIS from the UK

He was acquitted in 2007 but his family believe he was 'brainwashed' by Islamic extremists at HMP Belmarsh.

As soon as he was released he joined the banned al-Muhajiroun (ALM), the hate group led by Anjem Choudary which has called for the implementation of Sharia Law in the U.K.

A relative said: 'He was just like any other western kid when he went in but by the time he came out he was going on about religion and how the kuffar [non-believers] would all end up in hellfire.' 

Mehak was also radicalised halfway through her A-levels, according to her family.

Her father, Mohammed, said: 'I told police at the time that my daughter was becoming brainwashed and was involved with these people.

'But they told me there was no evidence of extremism and that, as an adult, she could do what she wanted.' 

HMP Belmarsh has become 'like a jihadi training camp' according to one former inmate.
He told the Evening Standard: 'The problem is that Belmarsh is also a holding prison and so young people are brainwashed and indoctrinated and then go out into the wider prison system and create wider Akhi networks.

'Governors, prison officers and imans all know about this.'

More than a dozen disciples of Anjem Choudary have managed to join ISIS - despite some of them being on the security service's radar.

Three other of Choudary's followers will challenge the anti-terrorism controls they have been placed under later this week at the High Court .  

Saturday, March 18, 2017

How can some people be so much foolish and stupid?

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Husband, 29, who tried to flee to Syria to join ISIS was HELPED by his pregnant wife who gave him £1,000 in cash in his bid to become a jihadi

  • Ijaz Khan, 29, planned to join his brother-in-law who had already fled to Syria
  • He admitted preparation for terrorism acts and was jailed for five years 
  • His wife Afsheen Khan, 28, had provided some money to help him travel abroad 
  • She admitted aiding and abetting the offence and was jailed for 35 months 
  • Afhseen gave birth to the couple's child in New Hall Prison in Wakefield 
Ijaz Khan, 29, had planned to join his brother-in-law who had already fled to the Middle East to fight with jihadis, a court heard.
Khan was arrested at Manchester Airport after police received a tip-off that he was preparing to fly to Athens and then on to Syria to fight alongside Islamic State troops.
Leeds Crown Court heard his wife Afsheen Khan, 28, had provided some money from joint funds in her account for him to buy the ticket and provided £1,000 in cash.
Ijaz Khan, of Bradford, West Yorks., admitted preparation for terrorism acts and was jailed for five years
Afhseen had a child in New Hall Prison. She admitted aiding and abetting and was jailed for 35 months.

Ijaz Khan, 29, and his wife Afsheen Khan, 28, were jailed at Leeds Crown Court
Her brother Rohan Malik had joined Islamic State aged 17 after flying out of Leeds Bradford Airport to Turkey - without telling his family.
The court the teenager remained in contact with his family as they tried to persuade him to return without success.
In December 2014 they heard the news that Rohan Malik, who was only 18, had been killed in a coalition airstrike in Syria.
But rather than joining his brother-in-law in the fight Ijaz Khan then decided 'to replace him on the battlefield'.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4327038/Husband-tried-join-ISIS-HELPED-pregnant-wife.html#ixzz4bi34IQMt

Muslim presenter sparks uproar as she asks BBC Asian Network Twitter followers 'what is the right punishment for blasphemy?'

  • Muslim activist Shazia Awan asked viewers to offer opinions on punishment
  • She asked: 'What is the right punishment for blasphemy? in online debate
  • Her assumption that it should be punished sparked outrage from viewers
  • One viewer wrote:  There should be no punishment. It's the 21st century'
  • The BBC has apologised and admitted the question was badly phrased 
The BBC's Asian Network has provoked uproar by asking its Twitter followers 'what is the right punishment for blasphemy?'
A video posted on its account shows Muslim activist Shazia Awan asking followers to get in touch and offer their opinions on how blasphemy should be dealt with.
Her assumption that blasphemy - which is still punishable by death in some Muslim countries - should also be punished in Britain shocked many viewers. 
Facebook helping Pakistan to crack down on Blasphemy
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The BBC's Asian Network has provoked uproar by asking its Twitter followers 'what is the right punishment for blasphemy?'
The BBC's Asian Network has provoked uproar by asking its Twitter followers 'what is the right punishment for blasphemy?'
Paul Joseph fumed: 'There should be no punishment for 'blasphemy'. It's the 21st century for f***s sake. BBC is CANCER.'
Incredulous Ali A. Rivaz asked: 'Is this a serious question?'
Another wrote: 'If today @BBC talking about punishments for #blasphemy in Britain with 6% of population #Muslim what's our future in 30 years?'
Linda sulher wrote: 'This is BRITAIN, folks. WOW. 'What is the Right Punishment For blasphemy?' asks Muslim-focused BBC Radio Network'. 

Maryam Namazie‏ added: 'Disgraceful that @bbcasiannetwork @ShaziaAwan would ask what 'punishment' should be for blasphemy. You know people get killed for it.'

And Safiya Alfaris wrote: 'There should be no punishment of blasphemy... instead punish those who scare children into believing they'll burn in hell.'

Asia Network's video came after Pakistan asked Facebook to help it crack down on 'blasphemous content' as Pakistanis 'badmouthed' Islam online.

Her assumption that blasphemy - which is still punishable by death in some Muslim countries - should also be punished in Britain shocked many viewers
Her assumption that blasphemy - which is still punishable by death in some Muslim countries - should also be punished in Britain shocked many viewers

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif earlier this week described blasphemy as an 'unpardonable offence'.

Since 1990, 62 people accused of blasphemy in Pakistan have been murdered before their trials ended. 

Facebook said it viewed government requests with care keeping in mind 'the goal of protecting the privacy and rights of our users.

'We disclose information about accounts solely in accordance with our terms of service and applicable law. 

Asia Network's video came after Pakistan asked Facebook to help it crack down on 'blasphemous content' as Pakistanis 'badmouthed' Islam online 
Asia Network's video came after Pakistan asked Facebook to help it crack down on 'blasphemous content' as Pakistanis 'badmouthed' Islam online 

'A Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty or other formal request may be required for international requests, and we include these in our Government Requests Report.'

Blasphemy has not been illegal in England and Wales since 2008 when the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act abolished the common-law offences of blasphemy and blasphemous libel. 

The BBC today apologised, writing on Twitter: 'Apologies for poorly worded question from Asia Network yday. Q was in context of Pak asking FB to help we shd have made that clear.' 

'We never intend to imply Blasphemy should be punished. Provocative question that got it wrong.'

A BBC spokesman added: 'Asian Network's Big Debate asks difficult and provocative questions every day. 

This programme was an engaging discussion on the subject of blasphemy but we admit that the question could have been phrased better, as we have since made clear.'  

The BBC today apologised, writing on Twitter: 'Apologies for poorly worded question'
The BBC today apologised, writing on Twitter: 'Apologies for poorly worded question'