Over the last couple of months i have noticed an ever increasing amount of biased articles in both the mainstream media and online attacking those who speak out and expose the true nature of Islam. The English Defence League have been the target of many of these reports, continently being falsely branded as EXTREMISTS ,although others such as Casuals United and even March For England have suffered the same. Like a genital wart outbreak in a brothel spreading like wildfire. Clueless leftists are crawling out from under the rocks they’ve bin hiding chatting bullsh*t demonizing anyone who is remotely patriotic or criticizing Islam.From the usual communist groups such as Searchlight, Hope not hate and the SWP’s street thug front group UAF. To the Islamists Tell Mama and various other Muslim apologist websites. Leftist media outlets like the Guardian and all the Mirror owned local newspapers. Self-appointed experts like Matthew Goodwin and the 1001 Muslim appeasing think tanks.Their all going on with themselves trying to kid the public about the supposed threat posed bv ‘right wing’ extremists. Often making links to mass murderer Anders Brevick as though the EDL and every other group or individuals with anti Islam views are plotting similar atrocities on British soil. Concerned citizens about the negative effects of Islam YES, extremists NO
The people of Britain seriously need to open their eyes to the whats going on around them. Stop listening to the scaremongering by the far left like those mentioned above. They all have their own agenda for silencing Islams critics and keeping Islamophobia in the spotlight. It keeps them in well paid jobs, it keeps their funding coming in and justifies their very existence. It sells their books and newspapers. This is why they steer clear of talking about the real extremists who pose a very real threat to the people of Britain. Extremists from ‘the religion of peace’. Muslim extremists who live in the UK yet given half the chance they would be happy to see you, your family and everybody you know that is non Muslim blown to a million pieces by a bomb in the name of Allah.
Until the EDL and other patriots start going to terror training camps or plotting to blow up scores of innocent Muslims. Lets drop the extremist label and start concentrating on the real extremists, the Muslim kind who pose a very real threat to British people’s safety. Lets be honest outside of the uncivilized Muslim world. Britain is the epicentre for Islamic terrorism. What is worse is that most of the Islamic wannabe jihadists are classed as British despite hating everything about Britain, its people and all it stands for. If it wasnt for the fine work that our counter terrorism police and mi5 have been doing the Uk would have been victim to numerous terrorist attacks by ‘British Muslims’.
This last month alone has seen several Muslim terror cells appearing in court which is very disturbing and makes you wonder how many other Muslims living in the UK there is that have yet to be captured. Yesterday saw 3 Muslims including white convert Richard Dart jailed for terrorism. Just over a week ago saw 4 Muslims from Luton found guilty and sent to prison for plotting terrorist attacks. At the start of the month the trial of 4 Muslims who planned on blowing up an EDL demo in Yorkshire began. Then today 11 hate filled Islamofascists from Birmingham were sentenced to between 18 years and 40 months
Eleven men have been jailed at Woolwich Crown Court, ending one of the largest ever counter-terrorism operations in the UK.
The investigation in Birmingham, known as Operation Pitsford, uncovered a cell of would-be suicide bombers who were trying to recruit others to their cause.
IRFAN NASEER AND IRFAN KHALID
Irfan Naseer (left) and Irfan Khalid recruited other men to be part of their plot
Irfan Naseer and his co-defendant Irfan Khalid had received training from al-Qaeda contacts in Pakistan. They had recorded martyrdom videos there before returning to the UK.
Although the court heard that Khalid was committed to the cause, it was Naseer who was the man with the skills and he was secretly recorded explaining to others about how to make a bomb. In one recording, he talked about making eight bombs. In others he indicated he planned to be a suicide bomber.
The pair recruited other men to pose as legitimate charity workers on the streets of Birmingham and they collected thousands of pounds from unsuspecting members of the public.
Naseer played the key role in sending four other Birmingham men to Pakistan to receive training.
Irfan Khalid told one member of the inner circle about how he had recorded his martyrdom video in Pakistan, in which he said he boasted that his attack was “another 9/11” and “revenge for everything”. Naseer was sentenced to life with a minimum of 18 years after being found guilty of five counts of preparing acts of terrorism. Khalid was found guilty of four such counts and given 18 years, with a further five on licence.
The third key member of the conspiracy was Ashik Ali. He had not been to Pakistan but provided a safe house as the plans developed. The trial heard that he was helping to plan the early stages of the bombing campaign and he had been involved in fraudulent fundraising by posing as a charity worker. He had also helped to recruit others to the cause.
In his police interview he said that his plan would have been to wear a suicide bomb vest, have a gun and shoot people. He was sentenced to 15 years, with five on licence, after being found guilty of three counts of preparing for acts of terrorism.
Ahmed was heavily involved in the group’s plans to con local people in Birmingham to hand over cash by posing as charity collectors for a legitimate Muslim charity. He drove a car that was at the centre of the investigation after it was successfully bugged by MI5.
Ahmed convinced Irfan Naseer and Irfan Khalid that he could take the thousands being raised in charity donations and make more money by speculating on the currency markets. He lost £9,000 – and then lost the trust of the others. He was the first of the men to plead guilty, and was given a 12-year sentence, with a further five on licence.
Hussain was a potential recruit and he pleaded guilty to helping with the bogus charity work. He was seen collecting money on the streets of Birmingham and helping to bank it.
However, his precise role beyond helping to collect cash remains unclear. In one bugged conversation, the leading members of the group expressed doubts about Hussain’s resolve to commit acts of terrorism, even though he knew why they were collecting money. They said he had not performed a special period of prayer and reflection that they hoped would lead the potential recruit to sign up to all of the cause. He was sentenced to four years.
Ashik Ali tried to recruit his older brother, Bahader, to the cause. Although he helped with the bogus charity work he apparently had not signed up to the idea of a bomb plot. However, on one critical night in the conspiracy, as the police and MI5 were closing in, Bahader Ali was present at an important conversation with the ringleaders in which he was trying to find out more about the jihadist training they had received abroad. He also pleaded guilty to encouraging others to prepare acts of terrorism and was sentenced to six years.
Another man who pleaded guilty. He was also present during a critical meeting in which he learnt more about the ideas and experiences of the leading members of the group. Rizwan was planning to go to Pakistan with his wife, and Woolwich Crown Court heard that he wanted to look into receiving training in a jihadist camp. Although he may have been identified as a recruit for a bombing campaign, he had not reached the point where he was at the centre of the cell, because the leaders were not even clear whether they wanted or needed him. In mitigation, his barrister told the court that he had resisted being recruited. He was sentenced to four years.
ISHAAQ HUSSAIN, SHAHID KHAN, KHOBAIB HUSSAIN AND NAWEED ALI
Irfan Naseer organised for these four young men to leave Birmingham and attend a militant jihadist camp in Pakistan, deep in the mountains four hours from Islamabad.
But immediately on their arrival at the camp in August 2011, they began to have second thoughts. By the time they had managed to get together – they had arrived in two pairs – they had decided to try to leave. They spent a night making urgent phone calls, with limited mobile phone battery life, back to their families in the UK. They had lied about their plans. Ishaaq Hussain had told his family he was taking part in a period of traditional prayer in a mosque in southern England. The families immediately organised their return to the UK, with the help of relatives in Pakistan. The families were furious about what had happened and went looking in Birmingham for the people who had played a part in persuading their sons to go to the camp. All four were sentenced to 40 months.
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