Radicalismo islámico rampante en las universidades inglesas

Un informe reciente menciona 24 universidades donde se está incubando la serpiente:

… the Social Affairs Unit had published a report detailing 24 universities where Islamic radicalism was said to be flourishing. These included: Birmingham, Brunel, Durham, Leeds, Leeds Metropolitan, Luton, Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Reading, Swansea, and Wolverhampton.

La hidra musulmana lleva más de 10 creciendo. El primer asesinato de odio religioso se produjo en 1995, cuando un grupo musulmán golpeó y apuñaló en el corazón a un nigeriano:

On Monday, February 27, 1995 at around 1 pm, an African student at the college was entering the building. A large group of Muslims were distributing leaflets. It is said that the student, Ayotunde David Obanubi, took a leaflet and then laughed. This caused the Muslims (of Pakistani/Bangladeshi origin) to pile onto him. About fifteen young Islamists, some of whom were already carrying knives and hammers, attacked Ayotunde. He was stabbed through the heart, and died on the college steps.


I remember the case I was living in east London at the time. This was the first time that I had heard of Muslim girl students being intimidated into wearing Muslim headscarfs, a practice carried out by the Muslims at Newham College. It was reported that the victim was also a Muslim, but did not agree with the ideology of his attackers.

Su muerte fue tomada “a chirigota”. Nótese que los asesinatos de los musulmanes se toman a chirigota (o se ponen en sordina) mientras que las chirigotas de los cristianos se toman como grandes ofensas (quizás como delitos dentro de poco). Detrás de este asesinato estaba un antiguo “demandante de asilo” expulsado de Arabia Saudita por radical, y mira que hay que ser radical para serlo en Arabia Saudita:

Behind the intimidation and fanaticism on Newham College’s grounds, there was Hizb-ut Tahrir, and the influence of Syrian-born Omar Bakri Mohammed. This man, a former member of the Muslim Brotherhood, had arrived as an asylum seeker into Britain in 1985, after he had been expelled from Saudi Arabia for being a member of a banned group – Al-Muhajiroun.

La sierpe musulmana muda de camisa con gran facilidad. Aquí vemos como el Islam asesino se pone el traje victimista y denuncia la islamofobia:

Though banned from universities and colleges, Hizb-ut Tahrir last year began to operate on campuses under the name of Stop Islamophobia, as the Sunday Times reported on October 16 last year. In August 2005, Tony Blair announced that he wanted to ban Hizb-ut Tahrir, but to this date that has not happened.

Nuestra reacción viene con retraso, con 10 años de retraso:

There is no doubt that Muslim radicalism is flourishing on Britain’s university campuses, as it flourishes in the communities from which Muslim students hail from. Last year, on July 7, this radicalism found its natural outlet. Four young British Muslims attacked London Transport and killed 52 people. The events of 7/7 sounded alarm bells and analysts rushed to examine where such hatred had originated.


This virulent antipathy towards Western values has been nurtured over a long period. Where 7/7 was seen as a «wake-up» call, the signs had been there for more than a decade, but nothing had been done.

Y mira que habían avisado:

In April 2004, he said: «We don’t make a distinction between civilians and non-civilians, innocents and non-innocents. Only between Muslims and unbelievers. And the life of an unbeliever has no value. It has no sanctity.»




Hizb ut-Tahrir’s spokesman, Dr Imran Waheed, has said that there can be «no possibility of harmonious co-existence between Islam and the West. Ultimately, one has to prevail.»

Hay quien, sin embargo, se niega a ver que nos han declarado la guerra.

Lee entero el artículo aquí: UK: A Decade Of Radical Islam On College Campuses »

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