Saturday, July 23, 2005

Guardian demonstrates the foolishness of blind multiculturalism

The Guardian has announced that its efforts to "increase the diversity of its staff" resulted in the infiltration of its organization by a member of a radical Islamist group. (Thanks to LGF for pointing out this story.) Hizb ut-Tahrir states that part of its aim is "the correct revival of the Ummah through enlightened thought. It also strives to bring her back to her previous might and glory such that she wrests the reins of initiative away from other states and nations, and returns to her rightful place as the first state in the world, as she was in the past, when she governs the world according to the laws of Islam." [Emphasis mine.]

In one of their leaflets from 1999, Hizb ut-Tahrir had this advice for Muslims:
The true and effective jihad which uproots kufr and liberates the land of the Muslims from the Yahud and Kuffar cannot take place without the existence of the Khilafah State which will unite the Muslims in a single state and under the leadership of one Khalifah who will rule them with the Book of Allah and the Sunna of His Messenger, and lead them into the battlefields of jihad to spread Islam and protect the Muslims.

Another marvelous bit of doublespeak from Hizb ut-Tahrir's website claims this of their goal that Islam take over the world:
Conquest is Mercy

For nine months, Dilpazier Aslam was a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir and a member of The Guardian's staff. The newspaper published his writing the day after it was proven that the July 7th London bombings were perpetrated by Muslims. In a piece titled, "We rock the boat: Today's Muslims aren't prepared to ignore injustice," Aslam revealed himself not only as a sickening apologist for terrorism, but as a bad writer as well. Aslam refused to repudiate the views of Hizb ut-Tahrir, and he has been fired by the Guardian.


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