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Post  wyatt1 on Fri Feb 27, 2015 11:29 am

Let’s get one thing straight: we are not all to blame for those dopey birds from East London who have flown to Syria to become jihadi brides.
Frankly, I’m sick to the back teeth of being told that the responsibility for their deranged decision to join up with Islamic State rests with, variously, the police, the security services, passport control and society in general.
If you get your news from the BBC, you will have heard that these are ‘vulnerable’ girls who have been ‘groomed’ on the internet. 




This is an attempt to excuse their behaviour and liken them to helpless victims of sexual abuse. 
Yet in the next breath we are informed that all three are highly intelligent ‘straight A’ students. So which is it?
Their apologists can’t have it both ways. Either these are clever young women destined for a bright future, or they’re so thick and easily manipulated that they are seduced by ‘romantic’ images of beheadings and infidels being burned alive.
Of course, on a human level we can sympathise with their families. But not to the extent of projecting their guilt and despair on to the rest of us. 
All week, we’ve been assured that the parents aren’t responsible for what’s happened, that the school isn’t to blame and, perish the thought, that joining a murderous army of Islamist terrorists in the Middle East has ‘nothing to do with Islam’.
I listened to one alleged ‘expert’ on Radio 4 trying to convince us, presumably with a straight face, that their actions were motivated by British foreign policy and rampant ‘Islamophobia’ at home.
Oh, for heaven’s sake. Soppy teenage girls have always done this sort of thing. 
A few years ago, they’d probably have run away to join the circus or camp out in some pop star’s front garden. Jihad Johnny and his crew are this year’s Bay City Rollers.




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Asim Qureshi, research director of campaign group CAGE, said MI5's bullying had lead to Jihadi John becoming radicalised
But because these gormless girls are Muslims, even the Prime Minister felt it necessary to chip in his three penn’orth, saying: ‘We all have a role to play in stopping people having their minds poisoned by this appalling death cult.’
No, we don’t.
If the authorities should bear any responsibility it is that they are so scared of being accused of racism or ‘Islamophobia’ they allowed these girls to waft unchallenged through the airport en route to Turkey — while security staff searched harmless Howards and Hildas from Hemel Hempstead on their way to Majorca.
It was this kind of institutionalised cowardice which failed for so long to address the scandal of 1,400 genuinely vulnerable girls being groomed for sexual abuse by gangs of Muslim men in Rotherham and elsewhere.
Not that this craven policy of appeasement has done much good, if the latest survey on Muslim attitudes is anything to go by. 
More than a quarter sympathise with the terrorists responsible for the Paris massacres and 20 per cent of those living in Britain believe Islam is incompatible with a free society.
In which case, why don’t they move to Syria or Saudi Arabia?
On the plus side, most of those questioned said they feel loyalty to this country and believe Muslims should obey British laws. 
Unfortunately, that’s not the impression created by those who noisily demand the imposition of Sharia law here.
Look, I have no doubt the many valued Muslim readers of the Daily Mail are just as tired as we all are of having to put up with self-appointed ‘community spokesmen’, waving a shopping list of demands and parading their rabid intolerance of free speech and other faiths.
They simply want to be allowed to get on with their lives, and raise their families in peace and harmony with their fellow citizens.
What then, must they make of that bunch of headbangers from an outfit called CAGE who turned up on television yesterday singing Jihadi John’s praises? They must despair.
Asim Qureshi, who calls himself CAGE’s research director, described the Isis executioner — unmasked as Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwaiti-born British citizen from West London — as ‘extremely kind, extremely gentle and the most humble young person that I ever knew’.
Qureshi says that the Emwazi he knew was a ‘beautiful man’ who ‘would never hurt a single person’. This is the gruesome sadist who for the past few months has been broadcast around the world hacking off the heads of captured prisoners and ‘non-believers’.


He has been taunting the West on slickly produced videos, holding knives to his captives’ necks.
Let’s not forget that among his victims was the British taxi driver Alan Henning and the British aid worker David Haines. 
Emwazi is not only guilty of war crimes, he’s guilty of treason and the cold-blooded murder of his fellow citizens.
How dare the goons from CAGE, which risibly describes itself as a ‘human rights’ group, seek to defend him? What about the human rights of those he slaughtered?
They looked like they’d been rustled up from Central Casting, complete with obligatory shaved heads and comedy beards — especially Ceri Bullivant, who spent two years under a control order designed for terrorist suspects.
Much as I am a passionate believer in free speech, I have to doubt the wisdom of Sky News and the BBC giving these sick cranks the best part of an hour’s live, uninterrupted airtime to spout their vile propaganda.




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Qureshi's poisonous lies will fuel the paranoia and persecution complexes of young British Muslims
This was a major publicity coup for radical Islamists. It was like inviting Lord Haw-Haw to Broadcasting House in 1944 to address the nation and letting him describe Hitler as a lovely man who wouldn’t hurt a fly, just as the Final Solution was getting into full swing.
Talk about train crash TV. Someone should have pulled the plug. These nutters shouldn’t have been given free rein to make such inflammatory allegations and speak glowingly of the world’s most wanted man.
Why should the relatives of Alan Henning and David Haines have to turn on the six o’Clock news and be confronted with this offensive garbage?
Needless to say, CAGE tried to blame the security services for Emwazi’s transformation from ‘beautiful man’ to bloodthirsty ritual killer.
They claim MI5 ‘harassed’ Emwazi, helped radicalise him and tried to recruit him.
It’s MI5’s job to harass those they believe are involved in terrorism. It’s also their job to try to get terror suspects to become informants. That’s how they thwart attacks and help keep us safe.
Blaming MI5 for radicalising him and turning him into a stone killer is utterly absurd. 
It is part of the terrorists’ armoury, designed to destabilise society and portray psychopaths like Emwazi as the real victims.
Asim Qureshi said: ‘When are we going to finally learn that when we treat people as outsiders they will look for belonging elsewhere.’
The danger is that these poisonous lies will fuel the paranoia and persecution complexes of young British Muslims already at risk of being seduced by terrorism.
Just like the three girls who have fled Britain to become jihadi brides, the clear implication is that we are all to blame.
No, we’re not.


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Post  Flap Zappa on Fri Feb 27, 2015 11:35 am

Asim Qureshi, who calls himself CAGE’s research director, described the Isis executioner — unmasked as Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwaiti-born British citizen from West London — as ‘extremely kind, extremely gentle and the most humble young person that I ever knew’.

which suggests that he knows a lot of people who are far worse than #jihadiJohn

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Post  Lord Edmund Moletrousers on Fri Feb 27, 2015 11:36 am

No doubt Goebbels-masquerading-as-Wiesenthal will be along shortly wailing about "wicked Nazi Daily Mail lies..."
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Post  Lord Edmund Moletrousers on Fri Feb 27, 2015 11:36 am

Jock McFlap wrote:Asim Qureshi, who calls himself CAGE’s research director, described the Isis executioner — unmasked as Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwaiti-born British citizen from West London — as ‘extremely kind, extremely gentle and the most humble young person that I ever knew’.

which suggests that he knows a lot of people who are far worse than #jihadiJohn

Good point - and a bloody frightening one.
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Post  wyatt1 on Fri Feb 27, 2015 11:39 am

Jock McFlap wrote:Asim Qureshi, who calls himself CAGE’s research director, described the Isis executioner — unmasked as Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwaiti-born British citizen from West London — as ‘extremely kind, extremely gentle and the most humble young person that I ever knew’.

which suggests that he knows a lot of people who are far worse than #jihadiJohn
All his supporters !!
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Post  wyatt1 on Fri Feb 27, 2015 11:53 am

Emwazi's brother, whom the Mail had decided not to name, is a member of the Woolwich Dawah group, who once harboured the killers of Lee Rigby.
The university graduate, who like his sibling has taken a keen interest in computer networks, listens to the teachings of radical preacher Khalid Yasin. 
Several of his friends use images similar to those used by extremists online and last night at least one of his 68 friends on Facebook was displaying the black flag of Islamic State.
He has also commented on videos, supporting one in which a woman is mocked for praying in a clumsy manner.


Her film, a 'thriller' depicting a hooded man chasing a girl through a school, was made as part of her coursework
He has at least two convictions, for handling a stolen police bicycle and a string of thefts at a shopping village - and has twice been hauled back for repeated breaches of community orders. 
In 1996 the family moved to a three-bedroomed first floor flat in Warwick Crescent. 
From there they moved to a run-down terrace in nearby Desborough Close, surrounded by council blocks. 
Emwazi lived with his family at this small house for four years until 2002, the year his youngest sibling was born.
While Mohammed was at school his family moved again, this time to a flat near Lord’s cricket ground, where they remained until 2005.


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Post  harvesmom on Fri Feb 27, 2015 12:29 pm

Surely his family have got to have recognised him from the videos. If you think of a close relative, and you could only see the eyes, wouldn't you know it was them through his voice, mannerisms and the bits you could see! I know I would have been able to tell if this was my Brother.
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Post  Smelly_bandit on Fri Feb 27, 2015 12:59 pm

muslims are the fifth column

the genuinely peaceful ones can probably fit into a minibus with room to spare
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Post  Smelly_bandit on Fri Feb 27, 2015 1:00 pm

harvesmom wrote:Surely his family have got to have recognised him from the videos. If you think of a close relative, and you could only see the eyes, wouldn't you know it was them through his voice, mannerisms and the bits you could see! I know I would have been able to tell if this was my Brother.

of course they recognized him and did all they could to keep his secret
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Post  nicko on Fri Feb 27, 2015 1:17 pm

I begin to think Smelly might be right, not yet,  but sometime in the future.  I let my shotgun licence and FFirearms Certificate expire last week. I may have acted in haste!
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Post  ALLAKAKA on Fri Feb 27, 2015 1:49 pm

Smelly_bandit wrote:

of course they recognized him and did all they could to keep his secret




 Who's greater good were they lying for ?


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Post  Flix on Fri Feb 27, 2015 2:18 pm

They are proud of him and his activities - a true Muslim.

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Post  wyatt1 on Fri Feb 27, 2015 3:08 pm

Flix wrote:They are proud of him and his activities - a true Muslim.
We don't see the wild eyes open mouthed  outraged  rent-a-mob flooding the streets and condemning his actions,  even when he is killing their own.
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Post  mattiducatti on Fri Feb 27, 2015 4:26 pm

Good article by Littlejohn there, bang on the money and I'm tired of All the excuses too!



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Post  nicko on Fri Feb 27, 2015 7:48 pm

Littlejohn always says it as it is.
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Post  Lord Edmund Moletrousers on Fri Feb 27, 2015 8:01 pm

nicko wrote:Littlejohn always says it as it is.

He's one of the main reasons why the Left hate the Daily Mail so much...too much truth for them.
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Post  Admin on Fri Feb 27, 2015 8:19 pm

harvesmom wrote:Surely his family have got to have recognised him from the videos. If you think of a close relative, and you could only see the eyes, wouldn't you know it was them through his voice, mannerisms and the bits you could see! I know I would have been able to tell if this was my Brother.
we don't know how the security forces found out his ID. for all we know someone in the family may have contacted them

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Post  ALLAKAKA on Fri Feb 27, 2015 8:22 pm

Admin wrote:
we don't know how the security forces found out his ID. for all we know someone in the family may have contacted them




 As long as the SAS hunt him down and put him down like a mad dog , justice will have been served.
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Post  tom sawyer on Fri Feb 27, 2015 8:25 pm

Another waste of taxpayers money

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Post  nicko on Fri Feb 27, 2015 8:43 pm

Whats a waste tom?
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Post  harvesmom on Fri Feb 27, 2015 8:59 pm

Admin wrote:
we don't know how the security forces found out his ID. for all we know someone in the family may have contacted them

They MAY have done. Although I read in the Daily Mail that they are still denying its him. No that that makes it true of course, but they do seem to have covered for him in the past..

Rejected by those, his father suggested he change his name in a bid to avoid any block from British authorities, and Cage said he changed his name by deed poll in 2013 to become Mohammed al-Ayan.
He made one more attempt to fly back to Kuwait that year but was barred from leaving Britain again and disappeared from his parents' home a week later.
His parents reported him missing after three days but claimed it was four months before police arrived at their home and said they had information he was in Syria. 
His father, 51, told police they were wrong and that his son was in Turkey helping refugees from Syria, and the family are said to continue to deny that he is the masked IS executioner. 


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Post  ALLAKAKA on Fri Feb 27, 2015 9:22 pm

 I suspect we would see much weeping and wailing for the family when the pictures of a dead  masked Jihadi John are released.
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Post  nicko on Fri Feb 27, 2015 9:36 pm

I don't want him killed, if that happened he would be hailed as a Marter, [can't spell] I would rather he was sent to America,,he did murder an American man. He would be locked up in a strict jail for life.  IF locked up here,  it would be like an holiday and most likely he'd be out before his sentence was complete.
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Post  mattiducatti on Fri Feb 27, 2015 9:59 pm

The American justice system would be good punishment for him but even that would be too good for him.


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Post  tom sawyer on Fri Feb 27, 2015 10:49 pm

nicko wrote:Whats a waste tom?


his education

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