Monday, January 08, 2007

Life in the Kuffrocacy Otherwise Known as Britain

Who is a modern Cassandra now?

Irony of ironies, could it be the Observer?
An undercover investigation has revealed disturbing evidence of Islamic extremism at a number of Britain's leading mosques and Muslim institutions, including an organisation praised by the Prime Minister.

Secret video footage reveals Muslim preachers exhorting followers to prepare for jihad, to hit girls for not wearing the hijab, and to create a 'state within a state'. Many of the preachers are linked to the Wahhabi strain of Islam practised in Saudi Arabia, which funds a number of Britain's leading Islamic institutions...

The 12-month investigation ... recorded a deputy headmaster of an Islamic high school in Birmingham telling a conference at the Sparkbrook mosque that he disagrees with using the word democracy. 'They should call it ... kuffrocracy, that's their plan. It's the hidden cancerous aim of these people.'

On a similar note, Richard Landes, at Augean Stables, points to a comment at Jihad Watch that illustrates the threatening attitude of some Muslims in Britain - and the police compliance that prevents members of the public from pushing back against these new mores by legal means through police intervention.

No doubt - this is his method of maintaining community relations.

As that shrill modern Cassandra otherwise known as the Observer notes:
In a statement to Channel 4, Lord Ahmed, the convener of the government's Preventing Extremism taskforce, said he was worried about the programme's consequences: 'While I appreciate that exaggerated opinions make good TV, they do not make for good community relations.'

Community relations uber alles. Too bad, though, it only works one way.

Another preacher says: 'The time is fast approaching where the tables are going to turn and the Muslims are going to be in the position of being uppermost in strength and, when that happens, people won't get killed - unjustly.'

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