Tag: Jihad

9/11 Did The World Wake Up?

By Hugo Jenks, For Britain Spokesman on Islam 11th September 2020 Out of a blue sky, passenger planes smashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Centre in New York.  A plane also smashed into the Pentagon and another was heading towards Washington D.C., but hit the ground in open countryside, as the passengers…

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Terrorist on a tag

By Paul Ellis, Legal Officer 30th November 2019 Yesterday’s terror attack on London Bridge brought us images that are now depressingly familiar: Londoners and tourists attacked by a knife wielding jihadi, tales of heroism and tragedy, and the suspension of general election campaigning. Little was more formulaic than the statements of thoughts and prayers from…

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London Bridge and our non-existent rights

London Bridge and our non-existent rights Yesterday two people were murdered in central London and others injured there. Obviously our hearts go out to all of those affected and we all feel the deepest sympathy for anyone affected by this atrocity. But unfortunately sympathy is not enough! We all know that this man had a…

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The Terrorism Betrayal

By Anne Marie Waters, Leader November 30th 2019 Two people have been tragically murdered in central London by a jihadist.  Usman Khan, a 28 year old from Stoke on Trent, stabbed two people to death, and injured three others, near London Bridge, before being shot dead by police.  Shockingly, though not surprisingly, Khan was a…

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