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Trojan horse

Reader comment on item: Downing Street's Favorite – The Muslim Council of Britain

Submitted by Vijay (Malta), Jul 8, 2006 at 12:13

MCB is a trojan horse of Islamism and islamic terrorism within British establishment. All its leaders like Sacranie or Bunglawala are out and out oppurtunists who want to corner and peddle influence and money by playing on both sides.

The proof of the pudding is in the eating. The coddling of MCB has not done one bit to reduce the attraction of Islamic terrorism to British Muslim youth. Every survey to date proves that.

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