Islam is forever* locked in its original "infidel" hatred* This is just the other side of the same muslim coin that says that we were all meant to be muslims and those who didn't became "infidel" prey for the "true" muslims. How can any civilized person take islam seriously?! It's a shame and tragic that we even have to defend ourselves against such an evil and hateful totalitarian ideology.
Mohammed Emwazi (aka Jihadi John) was from a well off muslim Arab immigrant family from Kuwait and studied at a London university filled with similar muslim scum bags and "diversity trained" supporting staff
There are more than a million muslim Islamic State supporters in UK (based on how many muslims supported the motives of the Charlie Hebdo murderers. And do note that it's all about motive when it comes to murder.
However, British security says there are only "thousands" like Jihadi John but will not chase them but rather protect their Human Rights.
Klevius: Who am I to question the experts. However, there are thousands of lesser criminals who are chased hard by the justice system - and with lesser Human Rights than muslim terrorists.
Sir John Sawers, former Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service (MI6): A terrorist atrocity was now certain to 'get through'.
Why are they radicalized?
Sir John Sawers (MI6): Two reasons. 1. Muslims are not integrated. Other religions are well integrated. 2. Islam in itself is not well geared to modernize itself to the 21th century. It must be done by leaders in the islamic world. It's got to come out of the islamic world. It isn't for us to solve this problem within the islamic tradition.
Klevius: It is done by muslim leaders and clerics in the "islamic world" and it is coming out of the "islamic world"! That's the problem!
Is this the future of the British?
"Diversity trained" and/or muslim UK police take care of British "islamophobe"
Narion Rodgers from Cornwall representing Pegida: Islam is the big problem.
BBC: She says they are not racist or fascist but that islam is the big problem. That's a contradiction!
In other words, BBC says being against islamic extremism equals fascism!
Charlie Hebdo staffer Laurent Leger told BFM-TV in 2012, "The aim is to laugh.... We want to laugh at the extremists — every extremist. They can be muslim, Jewish, Catholic. Everyone can be religious, but extremist thoughts and acts we cannot accept.
Jewish cartonist Bob Mankoff from NY who likes jokes about religion and hails Charlie Hebdo doesn't himself dare to make jokes about islam.
BBC poll: 20% of British muslims say islam can never be British.
Klevius: And how many muslims think "British" can be sharia muslim?
Hateful racist/sexist muslims all over UK universities
Muslim Tarik Mahri, who reportedly had links to pro-Islamic state group Hizb ut-Tahrir, was elected student union president 2011 at the university just two years after Jihadi John graduated. Another muslim student with reported ties to the muslim extremist group, Jamal Achchi (which also advocates the establishment of an islamic state, had been accused of violence against non-muslims), was elected vice-president.
Klevius comment: Diversity!
Avinash Tharoor: 'I studied at the University of Westminster, where Mohammed Emwazi studied. Extremist students and visitors were consistently given a platform. I'd primarily blame the extremists in the student union and the University of Westminster staff allowing them to hold office. Discrimination against gays, non-muslims and moderate muslims (sic) was definitely a recurring issue from the extremists at the University of Westminster.
The University has invited a controversial and anti-gay preacher, Sheikh Haitham Al Haddad.
Naj, a second-year law student at Westminster: 'Al Haddad is quite homophobic and came out and said he supports female genital mutilation. That is the big concern - the speakers who are being invited. The LGBT society feel displaced - they don't meet within the campus and go to cafes outside the university because they don't feel welcome.'
Klevius: And Theresa May has no problem with all of these muslim hate preachers while denying a Jew, Pamela Geller, entry to Britain because she criticizes precisely this!
Haitham al-Haddad is an islamist and television presenter of Palestinian origin and sits on the boards of advisors for islamic organisations in the UK, including the Islamic Sharia Council. He is the chair and operations advisor, and a trustee, for the Muslim "Research and Development" Foundation.
In 2001, Haitham al-Haddad allegedly said "I will tell you the truth about the fight between us and Jews who are the enemies of God and the descendants of apes and pigs". He later said that "this is the translation of what has been attributed to me" and that it had been incorrectly translated from Arabic to English.
Haddad controversially praised Usama bin Laden in 2011 following his death.
In a homophobic article called ‘Standing up against Homosexuality and LGBTs’, Haddad wrote of “the scourge of homosexuality”, which he calls a “criminal act”. On women, he declared that “a man should not be questioned why he hit his wife, because this is something between them”. In addition to this he has also claimed that “the most honourable and worthy role for a woman is striving to be a fine wife...this role does not only secure the best for a woman in the hereafter, but also fits perfectly with her natural disposition”.
He has claimed that there is a "proper" way of performing FGM, further saying "it is consensus of all the scholars that female circumcision is sunnah [proper]".
In February 2012, the Dutch parliament majority tried to prevent Haddad speaking at VU University in Amsterdam. The university subsequently cancelled the event. Haddad blamed the opposition to him on a Jewish lobby.
Haddad called for a 15,000-people march to put pressure on Newham council to permit building of a large mosque in West Ham, London Borough of Newham, which would have been three times the size of St Paul's Cathedral.
In February 2014, al-Haddad's leadership of the MRDF caused controversy after the organisation booked Legoland Windsor for a private event, which it called a "Halal Fun Day". A local UKIP councillor claimed that residents were "up in arms", and called for a demonstration, while nationalist groups Casuals United and the English Defence League also stated that they would protest. Later that month, due to backlash and threats from those nationalist groups, Legoland cancelled the planned event.
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