This is interesting, isn’t it? After watching several documentaries on British Islamization (Generation Jihad 1, 2 & 3 (GJ) and Undercover Mosque, for example) and after knowing what’s going on in Tower Hamlets, for example, one can only draw one conclusion: there is a extremist ideology going on in the name of Allah in some mosques at least. This ideology considers that unbelievers are subhumans, that woman are “deficient” and that Muslims are entiled to lie if that’s good for converting people to Islam. That doesn’t mean that ALL Muslims think like that, as there is proof in GJ’s videos, but of course, Muslims tend to be the ones supporting that ideology more than non-Muslims. So whe should the police look for terrorists? Where they actually exist.
But this statement goes further: the Prevent scheme tries to stop radicalisation, that is, that extremist ideology that supports murdering people in the name of Islam. Isn’t that something good? Something that any normal person would support to stop non-Muslims considering Islam linked to terrorism? Meeecccccccc… error. It seems that targeting Muslims to stop them being radicalised is “bad”.
Of course, Jihad has nothing to do with terrorism. The only roots are “foreign policy” (excepts when China attacks Uighurs or Russia says it’s going to be “even crueler” with Chechen terrorists and of course, no word about non-Muslim persecution in Islamic countries), “deprivation” (no word either about theocracies in Islamic world such as Saudi Arabia or Iran…) or “alienation” (no protests either about Mecca’s prohibition to non-Muslims).
British Muslims feel they are being spied on by a government scheme, which aims to stem terrorism, a committee of lawmakers said on Tuesday.
Many also feel that the Prevent scheme has “stigmatised and alienated” them, said a report from the House of Commons Communities and Local Government Committee.
Ministers were criticised for a “persistent preoccupation” with the alleged theological roots of radicalisation, when “evidence suggests that foreign policy, deprivation and alienation” also play major roles, the scrutiny body’s chair Phyllis Starkey said.
The Prevent scheme is part of the government’s counter-terrorism strategy and aims to stop people supporting terror.
“Many witnesses made plain they believe Prevent has been used to ‘spy’ on Muslim communities,” Starkey said.
“Information required to manage Prevent has been confused with intelligence gathering undertaken by the police to combat crime and surveillance used by the security services to actively pursue terrorism suspects,” he said. “These allegations of spying under Prevent will retain widespread credibility within some communities until the government commissions an independent investigation into the allegations,” Starkey said.
Some British Muslims also believe that the government has been trying to “engineer a moderate form of Islam”, by only supporting groups which follow that model, he said.
via Daily Times – Leading News Resource of Pakistan – UK Muslims fear being spied on by govt scheme.
“The Govt has been trying to engineer a moderate form of Islam, by only supporting groups which follow that model”. So, are they saying that the real Islam is not moderate?