Monday, July 2, 2007

World of Jihad

The religion of peace shows us yet again that it isn't just disaffected poor or youth that hear the call of jihad... It's also the highly educated.

MSNBC tells us that the latest London and Glasgow terror attacks were carried out by a team of five suspects, of which two are medical doctors.

Somehow I doubt they were just trying to drum up business with those car bombs.

From this source:

The thwarted car bombings in London last week and the terror attack this weekend against Scotland's busiest airport were "completely justified" and likely the beginning of many more attacks in Britain, a prominent UK Islamist leader connected to terror supporting groups told WND yesterday.

"There is no doubt whatsoever that there will continue to be attacks against the British government, its interests and the home front as long as we see the continued British and American occupation of Muslim land in Iraq and Afghanistan, support for criminal Israel, and draconian measures taken against Muslims in the UK," said Anjem Choudary, founder and former chief of two Islamic groups disbanded by the British authorities under antiterror legislation.

"A war is being waged against Muslims on every level. There are many in Britain who take their ideology from Osama bin Laden and al-Qaida and are ready to carry out many more attacks," Choudary said.

Choudary said the attempted terror attacks the past few days were "probably carried out by local British Muslims."

Choudary currently presents himself as an Islamic lecturer and a leader of Britain's Shariah Islamic court. He is a founder and former chief of Al Muhajiroun, a British group that sought to impose an Islamic state on the UK and that was allied with the goals of al-Qaida.

Ladies and gentlemen, the people will not stand for this. We will not live in fear of going to the store, of walking down our streets. We will not live under Sharia law.

This can end only one way: Internment camps, and WE THE PEOPLE taking care of business for ourselves.

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