Thursday, July 06, 2006

UK Muslim leaders in fine form ahead of 7/7.

UK: Lets look at Inayat Bunglawala on the Guardian blogs yet again using the tried and true method of using Islamic terrorists to push the MCB/personal agenda.

A few days later, we learned from the police the names of the four suspected bombers: Mohammad Sidique Khan, Shehzad Tanweer, Hasib Hussain and Jermaine Lindsey. All were Muslims, and all were British, born and bred. It was the worst possible news for Britain's 1.8 million Muslims. The release of today's video statement from Shehzad Tanweer appears to confirm the widespread view that the four 7/7 bombers had indeed been radicalised by aspects of our country's foreign policy and participation in the wars against Afghanistan and Iraq. One hopes that this will serve to lift the sense of denial in parts of the government about the link between the 7/7 bombings and its policies overseas.
I have pointed out this sly tactic in various places done by Muslim "leaders" such as Canada and Australia. I am surprised the Guardian commentators called him out on it.
You loathsome little creep. You may not openly come out in support of terrorism, but you share all of their aims, don't you? These terrorists are extremely useful for snake-oil salesmen like Bunglawala. They plant the bombs while he tut-tuts -- before offering himself up as the voice of "moderation", with whom the government can deal. Problem is, he's just as loopy as Tanweer and Mohammad Sidique Khan. Should we also be abandoning our "denial" about mass immigration being a "root cause" of David Copeland's neo-Nazi terrorism? Or are "root causes" and "understanding" reserved exclusively for Muslim fanatics?
Speaking of Moderation the new head of the MCB calls out PM Blair for stating the obvious.
A leading Muslim has accused Tony Blair of playing an "unhelpful blame game" by suggesting moderate Muslims are doing too little to challenge extreme views. Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari, the Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain, said Mr Blair's remarks could hamper the good work being done. Moderate Muslims had promoted dialogue and peace in their communities since the 2001 attacks in the US, he said. And Mr Blair risked obscuring the real reasons for last year's London attacks. Dr Bari said: "Blaming a community, especially those who have been working for the last five years to bringing sanity in the community, bringing peace and harmony in the community. "This blaming is not helpful to us."
Amusing part is Bari who has suggested that Britain should be more Islamic and pulled the same stunt as Bunglawala is trying to pass himself off as a moderate. The moderates should do more, but it is going to be hard to break thru.

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