Sunday, 5 June 2011
There are a few interesting nuggets of information in this Telegraph article about a "new generation of British Islamic militants." According to a Cardiff study, "the majority of Muslims have higher levels of confidence in the police than the general population."

Of course that's hardly surprising given how deferential plod is being to the Mohammedans, ensuring all the Koran-burners get locked up and so forth.

The report prepared for the Association of Chief Police Officers by the Universities' Police Science Institute at Cardiff University, found that 11 out of the 12 mosques it examined in London, Luton, Birmingham and Manchester have been targeted by extremist Islamist groups.


That "Tiny Minority of Extremists" gets everywhere, doesn't it? How do they manage it?

Apparently, clueless prison service officials are allowing jailed jihad preacher Abu Hamza to phone out topical sermons which are then disseminated on the internet.

...firebrand preachers such as Abu Hamza are still able to exert their influence.

Hamza was sentenced to seven years in prison in 2006 after being found guilty of eleven charge of incitement to murder and inciting racial hatred and is currently being sought for extradition to the US to answer further terrorism charges.

However he has been able to address his followers by smuggling taped messages from his cell at Belmarsh prison, in south east London. These are then posted on internet sites as YouTube and the Islamic Awakening discussion forum.

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