Friday, November 16, 2007

Storm Track Disinformation: Who’s Really Fueling Muslim Tensions?

I’m getting sick and tired of the blatant disinformation that the Islamists are allowed to spew unchallenged in the Western media. It’s high time each and very one of these attempt at 'taqiyya' be challenged with the truth.

Case in point, the news that the Muslim Council of Britain warns that how Britain tackles terrorism and treats Islamic culture is recreating a society reminiscent of Nazi Germany and claiming that ‘negativity’ on Islam “fuels tension”.

Nowhere is it said in this or any other articles that quote the concerns of the Muslim Council of Britain it’s response to events that actually fuels the tensions against Islam that they speak of.

Here are just a few.

Muslim Council of Britain Lists Demands of British Public Schools. “Their report, titled "Towards Greater Understanding - Meeting the Needs of Muslim Pupils in State Schools," demands that schools should ban all pupils, not just Muslim students, from what the report deems "un-Islamic activies." Activities which would be included in the ban are dance classes, co-ed swimming, co-ed school trips and art classes which include the drawing of human figures.”

Al Qaeda linked Muslim Council of Britain. “July 16, 2005: The MCB convened yesterday a special meeting of imams and ulama at the Islamic Cultural Centre in Regents Park, London, and they endorsed a declaration. It contains the usual boilerplate ("deeply shocked and saddened … utterly criminal, totally reprehensible, and absolutely un-Islamic … heartfelt sorrow") but, that out of the way, it gets down to business:”

The tragedy of 7th July 2005 demands that all of us, both in public life and in civil and religious society, confront together the problems of Islamophobia, racism, unemployment, economic deprivation and social exclusion – factors that may be alienating some of our children and driving them towards the path of anger and desperation. … There is, therefore, a great deal of positive work to be done together with everyone in our own and wider community in order to channel the energy and talent of our youth particularly into constructive avenues, serving God and society for the common good. The youth need understanding, not bashing. … We also urge the media to refrain from character assassinations of our reputable scholars and denigration of the community.

We also call on the international community to work towards just and lasting peace settlements in the world's areas of conflict and help eliminate the grievances that seem to nurture a spiral of violence.

“Summarized, the good imams and ulama are announcing that Muslims in Great Britain (first paragraph) and around the world (second paragraph) are victims and that the implication of 7/7 is that they should be treated better. What a travesty. Worse is that barely anyone in the UK is willing to point this out. “

And then these. Read them yourself.

Muslim Council of Britain justifies their ties to terrorism and condones suicide bombings in BBC interview on London attacks.

Muslim Council of Britain Threatens Violence.

Muslim Council of Britain fuming over mosque documentary.

So who really is fueling the tension? What about doing things in your own community to try to change the situation? Here’s a little advice from Robert Spencer to tone down the tension in Britain. Muslims should:

  1. Focus their indignation on Muslims committing violent acts in the name of Islam, not on non-Muslims reporting on those acts.
  2. Renounce definitively not just "terrorism," but any intention to replace the U.S. Constitution (or the constitutions of any non-Muslim state) with Sharia even by peaceful means.
  3. Teach Muslims the imperative of coexisting peacefully as equals with non-Muslims on an indefinite basis.
  4. Begin comprehensive international programs in mosques all over the world to teach against the ideas of violent jihad and Islamic supremacism.
  5. Actively work with Western law enforcement officials to identify and apprehend jihadists within Western Muslim communities.

There’s a great start. So, Muslim Council of Britain, get on it and stop the whining.

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2 Comments:

  • I assume by "social exclusion," the Muslims mean that there are still those of us who refuse to become Muslims, and thereby it is we who created the problem of extremism, subjective only because from our view from the "outside," we think they are extreme. And I wonder, if they are so deeply disappointed, why they don't simply go home.

    By Blogger Mustang, at 1:49 PM  

  • Here are a couple of links to add to the pattern.

    UK Muslim Manifesto


    "Britain could face the threat of two million home-grown Islamic terrorists, says a senior Muslim leader, Muhammad Abdul Bari, the secretary-general of the Muslim Council of Britain"

    By Blogger Rebel Radius, at 11:40 AM  

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