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This is a very interesting report

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Submitted by Maggie (Australia), Aug 15, 2005 at 19:15

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,22989-1725413_1,00.html

I have just been reading through the above article, and it tells me a lot about what has been happening in London with regard to the behaviour of certain Imams. According to other reports that I have seen the cleric Bhakri will not be permitted to return to London. There are others on a list of people who now face deportation because of their activities.

I have provided a link to a report written by a Times investigator who has a Muslim background. He went undercover to bring this report so that we could have some insight into what is really going on within the Muslim community in Britain.

At issue is the fact that the moderate Muslims are also regarded as Kaffur in the eyes of these radicals. They preach hate, violence and murder, but they are always careful in how they make their statements so that they do not breach the law. Their attitude towards democracy is quite interesting because it shows that their real goal is to subjugate all of us so that only Islam will exist in the world.

This is the first time that I have had a real hint that Osama Bin Laden has a very different goal to the one that we have seen expressed. Many on the liberal and left wing side of politics still believe the lie that Osama Bin Laden is somehow concerned about the poor and the oppressed. However, the above report shows that the concern for the poor is really nothing more than a smokescreen for the real purpose of this terrorism.

The comments about Iraq are also illuminating, and the same is true concerning the fleeting comment about the Crusades. I think that in a way this supports my own belief that we have been treated to a revision of the history of the Crusades in order to make the Crusaders out to be guilty of all wrong doing, when in fact they had gone on their mission to do something about the threat of Islam at that time. Yes, some Crusaders went too far, but the overall reason for the Crusades was a noble one, and we should not be influenced by programs that are propaganda for the Islamofacists.

This is a report that is a must read.
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