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Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Protect Our Borders from Syria and Iraq Jihadists

A Musim man waves the black flag of Islam in Iraq


Why should people who take a bus or Tube train in London be in fear for their lives from a bomb attack? Is it right that air passengers should be afraid of terror threats when they board a plane and also be subjected to continuous disruptions for the same reason?

Every day we hear news of more young Muslims – often born and bread in the UK but not “British” in any true sense of the word – travelling to Iraq and Syria to join groups fighting in a jihad (Islamic holy war) to establish an Islamic state over there. These Muslims also promise to come back to Britain and create a climate of terror over here.

Their threats have to be taken with the utmost seriousness: we have seen from media reports and internet videos how ruthless these fighters are with the lives of others and how determined they are to ethnically cleanse the Middle East of Christians.

Despite Prime Minister David Cameron’s empty reassurances that Britain will not ignore this security threat, former MI6 director of global counter-terrorism Richard Barrett has said the numbers are too high and the security services won’t be able to monitor all the jihadists returning to the UK. It is "out of the question", he added.

Top counter-terrorism expert Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan Police's assistant commissioner and head of specialist operations, has warned that Britain will live with the consequences of Syria and the rise of Islamic extremism within its own borders “for many, many years to come”.

The jihadists returning from Syria, due to its relative vicinity to Europe, are considered “the biggest threat to Britain's security” and a “greater threat than al-Qaeda terrorists in Pakistan and Afghanistan”. The British Home Office identifies Syria as “the most significant development in global terrorism.”

Charles Farr - the Home Office’s terror chief - and others warned that the Syrian war is stoking the biggest terror threat to the West since September 11, and this problem is predicted to persist for as long as the hostilities will continue.


It is simply foolish to believe that the threat is minimal or behind us. So far we’ve just been lucky


Sir Malcolm Rifkind, Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee - which oversees the UK’s intelligence agencies -, wrote that new measures increasing security checks at airports are “unavoidable” because jihadists are deploying "devilish technical skill" to create ever more sophisticated devices to evade existing security measures.

He wrote that he had encountered a level of complacency among some elements of the public which he found "seriously disturbing", adding:
It is simply foolish to believe that the threat is either minimal or now behind us. We have, indeed, been fortunate but, sadly, this has not been because the terrorists have, since 2005, given up trying to do us harm. As Andrew Parker, the head of MI5, has made clear, each year there have been serious plots which if they had not been identified and disrupted would have led to the deaths and mutilation of many British citizens.

The police and the security services have been very successful but we must not underestimate the devilish technical skill of those terrorists who design ever more sophisticated means of concealing explosives in mobile devices, in clothing and in otherwise innocent objects. They have been hard at work over the last year.
Only last week Britain's airports were put on a new terror alert following intelligence warnings that al Qaeda's chief bomb maker - Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri, who is now said to have sworn allegiance to ISIS - had linked up with jihadists in Syria to pass on his skills.

It couldn’t be clearer that these people mean business. Some “British” Syria fighters have admitted preparing to carry out terrorist acts.

Possible links have also been found between three Muslims based in Cardiff, Wales - Isis militants who were present in a propaganda video filmed by the group - and two other men from the same part of the city, who are in prison for having planned to blow up London's Stock Exchange.


Black flag of Islam over Downing Street


A “British” jihadist has warned of the “black flag of Islam” flying over Downing Street and Buckingham Palace.

Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, the “Caliph” of the Islamic State spreading between Iraq and Syria, has promised support to “oppressed” Muslims everywhere and told his soldiers: “You will conquer Rome and own the world”. Islam supporters hacked a Facebook page dedicated to Pope Francis and filled it with vulgar and offensive words and images: just a warning about things to come.

There is no doubt that militant Islam is on the rise in the world, and we’ll ignore it at our own peril.


We must protect our borders from these would-be terrorists


We must protect our own borders. It’s suicidal to allow would-be terrorists who have already shown their allegiance to violent jihad and acted on it to return to Britain, when top intelligent and security experts have made it clear that we cannot accurately monitor this threat once inside the country.

The party Liberty GB has among its party policies the only measure that would guarantee a greater safety for British people:

“Stop from returning to the UK anyone, including British citizens, who has left the country to fight alongside or support Muslim militias or jihadist groups abroad.”

4 comments:

  1. the most powerful bomb they have is not a nuke but the demographic one. Soon it will reach critical mass . If the west is to survive it needs to expel significant numbers of the Islamic hordes .www.davidsfirst.blogspot.co.uk see links

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  2. We have done more damage to the Muslim world than it has ever done to us. We should leave it alone. We can't though, can we? As you point out, 10% of UK kids under five are Muslim. We have a fair portion of the Muslim world right here, struggling with our conflicting laws and our comparatively permissive morals. I'd like to see an article by a psychiatrist on this. There are some Muslim kids growing up in areas where they see their parents, grandparents, everyone around them trying desperately hard to pretend they do not live in Britain at all, and are at great pains to keep contact with mainstream British society to a minimum and tell their children that under no circumstances can they become romantically involved with a non-Muslim, or heaven forbid marry them. The western world and way of life is deemed inherently ungodly, immoral and inferior and to be avoided. These kids are being brought up to disdain and despise the very country that their parents or grandparents or great-grandparents actively chose to live in. That has got to have some children terribly confused and conflicted and with very divided loyalties. Still I blame British schooling.

    How ridiculous. Mr Jenkins gives the answer: "Young people have long felt the romance of distant wars," and then fails to pursue it. Nobody suggests the teens who are dying to join the UK armed forces and ride off to kill other people have been brainwashed - nor did they suggest the westerners who joined the crusades so they could indulge in their taste for murder without forfeiting their place in heaven were extremists. It is not at all surprising that young Muslims either wanting the excitement of combat, or inspired by an idealistic urge to protect those who are being persecuted should set off to Syria. And who has been fanning their flames - why the media, foremost amongst them the Guardian, the BBC, the Independent, all zealous in portraying the Syrian government as demonic and the Syrian people as in need of intervention. Ultimately, the Guardian has been an excellent recruiting sergeant for the "rebels" - and still is.
    IA
    http://www.londonschoolofislamics.org.uk

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    You are doing a very good job at innocently showing to Western people the way of thinking of Muslims - from the inside, as you're one of them - who want to enjoy all the benefits of Western civilisation, benefits they couldn't even dream of in their own countries, while despising it as "inferior". Nobody keeps them here, you know, actually many - the most intelligent - would be ecstatic to see them go.

    And, for your information, the Crusades were a belated defence against Islamic armies that had for centuries invaded and subjugated Christian lands in the Middle East and North Africa, and were threatening the Bysantine Empire and even parts of Europe.

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  4. None of 7/7 bombers and British Muslim youths who are in Syria and Iraq are the product of Muslim schools. They are the product of British schooling which is the home of institutional racism with chicken racist native teachers. It is absurd to believe that Muslim schools, Imams and Masajid teach Muslim children anti-Semitic, homophobic and anti-western views. It is dangerously deceptive and misleading to address text books and discuss them out of their historical, cultural and linguistic context. It is not wrong to teach children that Jews are committing the same cruelty in Palestine what German did to them before or during Second World War. It is not wrong to teach children that anti-social behaviour, drinking, drugs, homosexuality, sex before marriage, teenage pregnancies and abortions are western values and Islam is against all such sins. This does not mean that Muslim schools teach children to hate westerners, Jews and homosexuals.

    The British establishment is wrong in thinking that Imams are to blame for extremism. Imams are not solution to the problem for extremism. Extremism is nothing to do with Imams. Extremism is not created from abroad, it is coming from within. Britain fails to help Muslim communities feel part of British society. Race trouble is being predicted by the Daily Express, because of an ethnic boom in UK major cities. Muslim communities need imams for the solutions of their needs and demands in their own native languages. Muslim parents would like to see their children well versed in Standard English and to go for higher studies and research to serve humanity. The fact is that majority of Muslim children leave schools with low grades because monolingual teachers are not capable to teach Standard English to bilingual Muslim children. A Muslim is a citizen of this tiny global village. He/she does not want to become notoriously monolingual Brit.

    Terrorism and sexual grooming is nothing to do with Masajid, Imams and Muslim schools. Those Muslim youths who have been involved in terrorism and sexual grooming are the product of western education system which makes a man stupid, selfish and corrupt. They find themselves cut off from their cultural heritage, literature and poetry. They suffer from identity crises and I blame British schooling.
    IA

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