Sunday, August 07, 2005

For those still unclear about what's at stake:
Part II

Islamists with big mouths continually reinforce the point that I've been trying to make for months: A fifth column has taken shape inside western society that wants us subjugated to Islam or dead. Thanks to Little Green Footballs for calling attention to this undercover investigative report from the Times in London on what "moderate" Muslims in Britain are saying when they think they're safely out of the public eye. Three weeks before the July 7 bombings, a reporter for the Times infiltrated the Savior Sect, a radical Islamic group trying to stay under the radar of MI5 while encouraging its followers to subvert British society and kill infidels. What the reporter witnessed (and apparently taped in some instances) is simply stunning. Why this isn't getting more media attention in the U.S. is unfathomable, given that similar groups may well be doing similar things in mosques and private halls from Brooklyn to L.A.

Here's an excerpt:
Last week Omar Brooks stirred controversy with televised comments, but they were carefully chosen to avoid appearing to incite violence. On Saturday, July 2 he had been more forthright.

Speaking to a group of teenagers and families, he declared it was imperative for Muslims to “instil terror into the hearts of the kuffar” and added: “I am a terrorist. As a Muslim of course I am a terrorist.”

The 30-year-old, who claims to have had military training in Pakistan, said he did not want to go to Allah while sleeping in his bed “like an old woman”. Instead: “I want to be blown into pieces with my hands in one place and my feet in another.”

In public interviews Bakri condemned the killing of all innocent civilians. Later when he addressed his own followers he explained that he had in fact been referring only to Muslims as only they were innocent: “Yes I condemn killing any innocent people, but not any kuffar.”

Read the whole thing:

Inside the sect that loves terror - Sunday Times - Times Online


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