BBC focusing on smearing an individual islam critic (Steve Emerson) while defending Human Rights violating islam
Steve Emerson is an islam "expert" playing in a lower division were
mistakes may occur. However, fact slips like the one that the whole of
the big UK city named Birmingham would be totally muslim and as a whole a
muslim no-go-area shouldn't be used to cover up the troublesome fact
that a steadily growing part of UK is turning into racist sharia areas.
But this is of low importance for BBC which rather used a huge chunk of
its news program for poorly veiled personal attacks on Steve Emerson
instead of discussing the real problem - hate fueling racist/sexist
islam. Birmingham is heavily infested by islamofascism, not only in
schools (see e.g. the Trojan horse scandal in Birmingham UK).
Actually, the whole of UK is a no-go-area when it comes to criticism of
islam or muslims. No other group is equally "sensitive" and protected.
Klevius message to BBC: If you try to call Klevius and other peaceful
Human Rights defenders who criticize islam's Human Rights violations
"extremist" - then you also prescribe to Saudi Arabia's islamofascist
criminalization of Human Rights! Is that what you are there to do
really? You can't juxtaposition the most basic of Human Rights with
sharia violations of Human Rights as to create a presumably
"non-extremist"/"moderate" islam in between. Driving on the correct side
of the road isn't "extremism" nor is driving in the middle of the road
"moderate". And if you want an "islam" that bypasses OIC's sharia
declaration in UN - then there is no longer any islam that worries
Klevius. A "personal islam" isn't islam - other than among dreamers and
deliberately lying imams, media people and politicians!
Is BBC/Eddie Mair steered by this islamofascist, Iyad Madani and his
muslim world Ummah, the Human Rights violating Saudi based OIC?
Here are two of the very few BBC reports on no-go-area racism
throughout 13 years. Keep in mind that they are full of BBC bias and
that the reality is far worse. Also note how BBC tries to paint a
picture that this should somehow have something to do with white racism.
For more than a decade white racism has been the one and sole target
for anti-racism. As a consequence (and assuming that racism isn't
biologically inherited in white skin) under normal circumstance there
should therefore be less white racism than colored racism. Add on top of
this islam which is to a high degree a fascism of color, and you'll see
even more of the disgusting bias wrapped in BBC's reporting.
BBC 3, Oct 2014
by Barnie Choudhury
investigation for Today has found disturbing evidence that Asian youths
in parts of Oldham are trying to create no go areas for white people.
year the police investigated record levels of racist attacks in
Oldham.Of the 572 cases, 60% turned out to be white victims.
make up the majority on the Glodwick estate just west of the town
centre. Some youths speak the language of racial hatred. It's not clear
whether this is bravado but their message is blunt... white people keep
Many openly admit to carrying out what they see as revenge attacks on white people as part of a tit-for-tat campaign.
told us: "There are signs all around saying whites enter at your risk.
It's a matter of revenge. It's about giving as good as you can take."
Another had a six-inch scar running across his head. He said he had been attacked by a white gang.
got slashed by some whites so that I'm totally racist. I don't like
whites. It's like this now, we go to a white area and we get done over.
It's like them coming here they get done over...it's for your own good."
hardening in attitude is repeated across the town and has passed down
to children as young as 10. Unlike their parents they will not tolerate
being victims of racism.
Local white people are scared and many want to leave the estates but cannot.
was just walking with my dog around 10 at night and a group of Asian
youths in their car, music blaring,threatening me like saying they'd
kick me head in calling me white bastard, white scum. You're
frightened," one person told me.
Many Asian youths say they take the law into their own hands because they have no confidence in the police.
The perception is that the police do not take racist attacks on Asian people as seriously as assualts on white residents.
Akbor Khan had his three front teeth smashed in a brutal attack by a white gang:
used to have a take away in Manchester. We used to get lots of people
who used to order food but not pay for it. It used to take the police an
hour to get there. We'd ring the police and they'd say we haven't got
the manpower. But if it happened to white people they would be there in
10 minutes," he said.
Many Asian community leaders say the
trouble is caused by a minority stoking up problems for the majority,
who are law abiding residents.
They say they would happily support greater police action to clamp down on the trouble makers.
Greater Manchester Police deny the accusations levelled at them.
A special multi-agency task force has been set up in Oldham to tackle the growing number of racist attacks
Compare to an other BBC report from
BBC 19 April, 2001
Police deny 'no-go zones' for whites
Racist graffiti in Oldham is stirring up tensions
Police have denied that Asian youths are turning parts of Oldham into "no-go zones" for whites.
police figures show a record level of race attacks in the Greater
Manchester town, with 60% of reported victims being white.
that no-go areas exist in Oldham followed the violence which flared at
the weekend between white and Asian youths in Bradford.
Superintendent Eric Hewitt, of the Oldham division of Greater Manchester
police, told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that he did not believe
there were any such areas in Oldham.
But he warned that unless
the public gave their full support to police initiatives there was a
"very real danger" that no-go zones could become reality.
It's a matter of getting revenge, a matter of giving as good as you can take
a report on the Today programme, one young Asian on the Glodwick estate
in the west of Oldham said there were signs all around the area saying
"Whites enter at your own risk".
"It wasn't done to say 'We don't
want you in our area', it was just to show that 'What you've done to
us, we can do to you'," he said.
"It's a matter of getting revenge, a matter of giving as good as you can take.
"No one comes in here and causes trouble any more."
There has certainly been an increase of violence on white people
Councillor, Abdul Jabbar
local councillor Abdul Jabbar said most people in the town lived in
harmony, and only a small minority were responsible for the racist
He said: "There has certainly been an increase of violence on white people.
"This worries me and has to be resolved.
"But also there are attacks on Asian people, some very serious ones."
Racial crime unit
Khan, who lost three teeth in an attack by a gang of white youths in a
subway, told the programme he would not report the crime because he had
no confidence in the police.
But Mr Hewitt refuted the allegation that police were slow to respond to complaints from the Asian community.
try to combat that under-reporting, over a year ago I set up a special
racial crime unit in the town to demonstrate that we were taking it
seriously and that we would identify and arrest people responsible for
these offences by employing specialist officers.
"That small unit alone arrested 75 people for racist crime last year.
"We are taking it seriously and we are producing the results.
Mr Hewitt urged community leaders to help the police identify anyone responsible for race attacks.
Compare this with some old stuff by Soeren Kern:
European ‘No-Go’ Zones for Non-Muslims Proliferating
“Occupation Without Tanks or Soldiers”
Islamic extremists are stepping up the creation of “no-go” areas in European cities that are off-limits to non-Muslims.
Many of the “no-go” zones function as
microstates governed by Islamic Sharia law. Host-country authorities
effectively have lost control in these areas and in many instances are
unable to provide even basic public aid such as police, fire fighting
and ambulance services.
The “no-go” areas are the by-product of
decades of multicultural policies that have encouraged Muslim immigrants
to create parallel societies and remain segregated rather than become
integrated into their European host nations.
The Islamic Emirates Project
names the British cities of Birmingham, Bradford, Derby, Dewsbury,
Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Luton, Manchester, Sheffield, as well as
Waltham Forest in northeast London and Tower Hamlets in East London as
territories to be targeted for blanket Sharia rule.
In the Bury Park area of Luton, Muslims
have been accused of “ethnic cleansing” by harassing non-Muslims to the
point that many of them move out of Muslim neighborhoods. In the West
Midlands, two Christian preachers have been accused of “hate crimes” for
handing out gospel leaflets in a predominantly Muslim area
of Birmingham. In Leytonstone in east London, the Muslim extremist Abu
Izzadeen heckled the former Home Secretary John Reid by saying: “How dare you come to a Muslim area
In France, large swaths of Muslim neighborhoods are now considered “no-go” zones by French police. At last count, there are 751 Sensitive Urban Zones
(Zones Urbaines Sensibles, ZUS), as they are euphemistically called. A complete list of the ZUS can be found on a French government website
complete with satellite maps and precise street demarcations. An
estimated 5 million Muslims live in the ZUS, parts of France over which
the French state has lost control.
Muslim immigrants are taking control of
other parts of France too. In Paris and other French cities with high
Muslim populations, such as Lyons, Marseilles and Toulouse, thousands of
Muslims are closing off streets and sidewalks (and by extension, are
closing down local businesses and trapping non-Muslim residents in their
homes and offices) to accommodate overflowing crowds for Friday
prayers. Some mosques have also begun broadcasting sermons and chants of “Allahu Akbar” via loudspeakers
into the streets.
The weekly spectacles, which have been documented by dozens of videos posted on Youtube.com (here
), and which have been denounced as an “occupation without tanks or soldiers
have provoked anger and disbelief. But despite many public complaints,
local authorities have declined to intervene because they are afraid of
In the Belgian capital of Brussels (which
is 20% Muslim), several immigrant neighborhoods have become “no-go”
zones for police officers, who frequently are pelted with rocks by
Muslim youth. In the Kuregem district of Brussels, which often resembles
an urban war zone, police are forced to patrol the area with two police
cars: one car to carry out the patrols and another car to prevent the
first car from being attacked. In the Molenbeek district of Brussels,
police have been ordered not to drink coffee or eat a sandwich in public
during the Islamic month of Ramadan.
The interviewer asked Witthaut: “Are there
urban areas – for example in the Ruhr – districts and housing blocks
that are “no-go areas,” meaning that they can no longer be secured by
the police?” Witthaut replied: “Every police commissioner and interior
minister will deny it. But of course we know where we can go with the
police car and where, even initially, only with the personnel carrier.
The reason is that our colleagues can no longer feel safe there in twos,
and have to fear becoming the victim of a crime themselves. We know
that these areas exist. Even worse: in these areas crimes no longer
result in charges. They are left ‘to themselves.’ Only in the worst
cases do we in the police learn anything about it. The power of the
state is completely out of the picture.”
In Italy, Muslims have been commandeering
the Piazza Venezia in Rome for public prayers. In Bologna, Muslims
repeatedly have threatened to bomb the San Petronio cathedral
because it contains a 600-year-old fresco inspired by Dante’s Inferno which depicts Mohammed being tormented in hell.
In the Netherlands, a Dutch court ordered the government to release to the public a politically incorrect list of 40 “no-go” zones in Holland
The top five Muslim problem neighborhoods are in Amsterdam, Rotterdam
and Utrecht. The Kolenkit area in Amsterdam is the number one Muslim
“problem district” in the country. The next three districts are in
Rotterdam – Pendrecht, het Oude Noorden and Bloemhof. The Ondiep
district in Utrecht is in the fifth position, followed by Rivierenwijk
(Deventer), Spangen (Rotterdam), Oude Westen (Rotterdam), Heechterp/
Schieringen (Leeuwarden) and Noord-Oost (Maastricht).
In Sweden, which has some of the most
liberal immigration laws in Europe, large swaths of the southern city of
Malmö – which is more than 25% Muslim – are “no-go” zones for
non-Muslims. Fire and emergency workers, for example, refuse to enter
Malmö’s mostly Muslim Rosengaard district without police escorts. The
male unemployment rate in Rosengaard is estimated to be above 80%. When
fire fighters attempted to put out a fire at Malmö’s main mosque
, they were attacked by stone throwers.
In the Swedish city of Gothenburg, Muslim youth have been hurling petrol bombs at police cars
In the city’s Angered district, where more than 15 police cars have
been destroyed, teenagers have also been pointing green lasers at the
eyes of police officers, some of whom have been temporarily blinded.
In Gothenburg’s Backa district, youth have
been throwing stones at patrolling officers. Gothenburg police have
also been struggling to deal with the problem of Muslim teenagers
burning cars and attacking emergency services in several areas of the
French Suburbs Becoming ‘Separate Islamic Societies’
by Soeren Kern
October 10, 2011 at 4:45 am
France’s decrepit city suburbs are
becoming ‘separate Islamic societies’ cut off from the state, according
to a major new study that examines the spread of Islam in France.
Muslim immigrants are increasingly
rejecting French values and identity and instead are immersing
themselves in Islam, according to the report, which also warns that
Islamic Sharia law is rapidly displacing French civil law in many parts
of suburban Paris.
The 2,200-page report, “Banlieue de la République
(Suburbs of the Republic), is the result of a one-year research effort
into the four “i’s” that comprise the heart of the debate over French
national identity: Islam, immigration, identity and insecurity.
The report was commissioned by the influential French think tank L’Institut Montaigne
and directed by Gilles Kepel, a well-known political scientist and
specialist in the Muslim world, together with five other French
The authors of the report show that
France, which has between five and six million Muslims (France has the
largest Muslim population in European Union), is on the brink of a major
social explosion because of the failure of Muslims to integrate into
The report also shows how the problem is
being exacerbated by radical Muslim leaders who are promoting the social
marginalization of Muslim immigrants in order to create a parallel
Muslim society in France that is ruled by Sharia law.
The research was primarily carried out in
Clichy-sous-Bois and Montfermeil, two suburbs in north-eastern Paris
that were ground zero for Muslim riots in 2005. Clichy and Montfermeil
form part of the district of Seine-Saint-Denis, which has one of the
highest concentrations of Muslims in France.
Seine-Saint-Denis, which the report
describes as a “wasteland of de-industrialization,” is home to more than
600,000 Muslims (primarily from North and West Africa) out of a total
population of 1.4 million.
“In some areas, a third of the population
of the town does not hold French nationality, and many residents are
drawn to an Islamic identity,” the report says.
The study says that Muslim religious
institutions and practices are increasingly displacing those of the
state and the French Republic, which has a strong secular tradition.
For example, French schools, which are
rigorously non-religious, have traditionally been seen as having the
role of training and socializing young citizens in the secular values of
the French Republic. However, many Muslim pupils refuse to integrate
and often boycott school dinners if the food is not halal [religiously
permitted in Islam], the report says.
The survey also points to differing social
attitudes when it comes to marriage, for example. The report says that
although most people in France do not object to mixed marriages, “in the
suburbs we were surprised to find a very large proportion of Muslim
respondents who said they were opposed to marriages with non-Muslims.”
The researchers also looked into the
reasons behind the 2005 riots, which they said had called into question
modern France’s founding myth, namely “the implicit shared belief that
the nation was always able to integrate people.”
Islamic values are replacing those of a
French Republic which has failed to deliver on its promise of
“equality,” the report says, and the residents of the suburbs
increasingly do not see themselves as French.
But the report adds that the French state
is not primarily to blame for this and that many Muslim immigrants
simply do not want to integrate into French society.
Although resentment in the poor suburbs
has social roots (primarily a lack of jobs), the report says the rioters
expressed frustration in a vocabulary that is “borrowed from Islam’s
The report points out that the suburbs of
Clichy and Montfermeil have been at the center of one of France’s
biggest urban renewal projects. Many physical barriers to integration
have been removed, and efforts have been made to plug the area into
public transport networks and improve public safety.
Nevertheless, low educational achievement
is endemic among the Muslim population. This, in turn, is turning France
into a “divided nation.” Most Muslim youth are “not employable.” More
than 20% of the residents of Clichy and Montfermeil leave school without
a diploma (about 150,000 people per year), according to the report. The
unemployment rate for Muslim youth in the suburbs of Paris is around
These drop-outs enter a cycle of social
exclusion negatively shapes their lives and those of their children.
Many Muslim youth turn to “deviant behaviors across the range of
incivilities in a parallel economy in which drug trafficking is the most
“One is struck by the high birth rates
among newly arrived families from the African Sahel. The mothers work
long hours and their young children are under-supervised by the
education system, thus threatening their social integration,” the report
Islam is filling the void. The authors of
the study are taken aback at the explosion of the halal market in France
in recent years and also point out that the term halal has been greatly
expanded in its definition. The survey question “do you respect the
halal?” highlights the “complexity of different meanings of the word,
which in its most restrictive sense means only the dimension of the
forbidden food, but may also include a code of conduct, standards and an
expression of dominant values, separating the ‘halal’ from ‘haram,’ the
lawful or unlawful in many aspects of society.”
The report also describes a proliferation
of mosques and prayer rooms in the suburbs. The religious orientations
of the mosques are heavily influenced by the national origin of the
founder or president of a given mosque.
Islam in Clichy-Montfermeil is structured
around two major poles: one pole involves the Tabligh (“spreading of
Islam”) movement which is focused on “re-socializing” Muslims on the
lower rungs of the socio-economic ladder.
The Tabligh movement arrived in
Clichy-Montfermeil in the 1980s in the midst of mass unemployment and
drugs. Tabligh preachers built their social legitimacy by providing a
moral regeneration of young people in distress around a rigorous
practice of the precepts of Islam.
The other pole revolves around the figure of the Tunisian imam Dhaou Meskine, who was involved in the launch of Union of Islamic Organizations in France
(UIOF). The UOIF, which represents the majority of the 2,100 registered
mosques in France, is closely tied to the Muslim Brotherhood, which
aims to extend Islamic law throughout France.
Meskine also participated in the formation of the Union of Muslim Associations
(UAM93), a Muslim lobby group that aims to mobilize Muslims to elect
candidates in local elections around Islamic issues. UAM93 has been
pushing for the construction of a mega-mosque in Seine-Saint-Denis,
although that project has run into difficulties due to a power struggle
between Algerian, Moroccan and Turkish immigrants.
The report describes a “new sociology of
Muslim believers” that is composed mainly of undereducated low-income
immigrants who depend on financial support from Morocco or Turkey,
countries that are pursuing their own objectives in France.
The authors of the study also point to a
contradiction among Muslims who live in the suburbs: they do not want
the French state to interfere in matters relating to Islam, but they
also expect the state to improve their lot in life.
The report closes with a warning:
“France’s future depends on its ability to re-integrate the suburbs into
the national project.”
Muslim Gangs Terrorize Denmark
by Soeren Kern
March 14, 2012 at 5:00 am
“With Islam comes fear, and with fear comes power.”
The Muslims — all members of criminal
street gangs that have taken over large parts of Danish towns and cities
— were wearing masks and bullet-proof vests and throwing rocks and
bottles as they tried to force their way into the district courthouse in
Glostrup, a heavily Islamized suburb of Copenhagen, on March 6.
Police used batons and pepper spray to
fend off the gang members, who were armed with an arsenal of 20
different types of weapons, including crowbars, darts, hammers, knives,
screwdrivers and wooden clubs.
The trial in Glostrup involves two
Pakistani immigrants accused of shooting and attempting to murder two
fellow Muslims who belong to a rival gang. Police say the accused used a
nine millimeter handgun to carry out the crime in Ballerup, a Muslim
suburb northwest of Copenhagen. The trial began on February 28 and is
scheduled to run through March 28.
The shooting was related to an escalating turf war
between rival Muslim gangs from the Værebroparken housing estate in
Bagsværd, a suburb of Copenhagen, and Nivå and Kokkedal in northern
Zealand. Immigrant gangs are believed to be responsible for at least 50
shootings in and around Copenhagen during the past several months.
The recent violence is reminiscent of an earlier conflict
between immigrant gangs and Danish gangs like the Hells Angels or the
AK81 that left many people dead or wounded in Copenhagen and other
The immigrant gangs are involved in
countless criminal activities, including drug trafficking, illegal
weapons smuggling, extortion, human trafficking, robbery, prostitution,
automobile theft, racketeering and murder.
Many of the gang members are ethnic Arabs,
Bosnians, Turks and Somalians. They also include Iraqis, Moroccans,
Palestinians and Pakistanis.
Over the past several years, the immigrant
gangs have proliferated geographically across all of Denmark. The gangs
have spread south from Copenhagen to the rest of Zealand, from inner
Nørrebro, to the suburbs Ishøj, Greve, Greve, and on to Køge. The gangs
are also active in Albertslund, Herlev, Hillerød, Høje Gladsaxe,
Hundige, Roskilde and Skovlunde, among many Danish localities.
One of the largest criminal gangs in
Denmark is a Muslim gang called Black Cobra. The organization was
founded by Palestinian immigrants in Roskilde near Copenhagen in 2000
and now operates in all Danish cities.
Black Cobra has also established itself in Sweden
where it operates with impunity in the Islamized Tensta and Rinkeby
suburbs of Stockholm and in the Muslim ghetto of Rosengård in Malmö.
The Black Cobra gang — whose members wear
black and white shirts with an emblem of a cobra in attack position —
also controls a youth gang called the Black Scorpions.
Danish authorities estimate that each year more than 700 immigrants
between the ages of 18 and 25 are choosing crime as a permanent career
by joining gangs such as Black Cobra, the Black Scorpions, the Bandidos,
the Bloodz, the International Club, or any other of the more than 100
gangs that are now operating in Denmark.
On February 28, the Danish national police (Rigspolitiet) together with the Justice Ministry presented parliament with a plan to push back against the gangs
Police say they hope they can arrest 300 high-ranking gang members —
200 from Zealand and 100 from Jutland — by the end of 2012. The
government has also committed 50 million Danish kroner ($9 million) in
2012 to a special project aimed at intercepting and preventing gang
recruitment in marginalized areas.
But analysts are skeptical the Danish
government can do very much to crack down on the gangs. Although Danish
police say they arrested more than 350 gang members in 2011, many of
those detentions involved lower-ranking “errand boys” who were released
after being questioned.
Some critics say a big problem is a lack
of will and that Danish efforts to crack down on the immigrant gangs
have been half-hearted at best. In Denmark — as in other European
countries where the state-enforced dogma of multiculturalism trumps
traditional notions of equal justice for all — immigrants involved in
crime are portrayed as victims of circumstance and relatively few are
ever sent to prison.
In those cases where immigrants are
detained, many are released after just a few hours. Critics say this
encourages them to avenge their arrests. A case in point: Of the more
than 140 Muslims who were arrested for trying to storm the courthouse in
Glostrup on March 6, all but five were immediately released. That same
night many of those who were released went on a rampage in
Værebroparken, setting fire to trash bins and launching missiles at
But a larger part of the problem involves fear.
Immigrant gangs often operate or seek refuge in so-called no-go zones
that are effectively off limits to Danish authorities. These “no-go zones
involve suburbs of Copenhagen and other Danish cities that function as
autonomous enclaves ruled by Muslim immigrants, areas where Danish police fear to tread
Muslim gangs in Denmark have been highly
adept at leveraging the fear that Danish authorities have of Islam and
of Muslim immigrants. They replicated the model that Muslim gangs in Britain
have successfully used to wrest control over the criminal underworld in that country.
In an interview with a British newspaper
an Asian Muslim gang member named Amir put it this way: “The reality is
that Asian gangs don’t give much of toss about religion, but with Islam
comes fear, and with fear comes power. Religion is important to us only
as a way of defining who we can trust and who we can work with. Young
Muslim gangs aren’t worried about what Allah makes of their criminal
ways — they don’t believe in it to that extent.”
Amir added: “Through religion we speak the
same language, live in the same areas, go to the same schools and can
even use mosques as a safe place away from the police or other gangs. If
you f*** with a Muslim gang you’d better be able to run fast or hide
well, because they will come back at you in numbers.”
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