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British Government asks muslims to stand up to terrorists

Reader comment on item: [Pew Poll on] How Muslims Think

Submitted by Vijay (United Kingdom), Jul 4, 2006 at 17:32

After 7/7, Her Majesty's government set up muslim liaison committes on how to spend more billions of British pounds so as to bribe Muslims not to support terrorists. Today, even the Labour Party Muslim MP Sadiq Khan, blamed Tony Blair and his government for alienating Muslims. Needless, every other Muslim voice, some prominent , some just ordinary, is also blaming the government.

You see it is always the responsibility of the non-Muslims to make sure Muslims are happy, otherwise Islamic terrorism is the result. Her majesty's government must make sure it always supports supports Palestinians and Hamas against Israel, it should not send troops to any Muslim majority country like Irqa or Afghanistan, otherwise, Muslims feel alienated and take to suicide bombing. The non-Muslim government must also make sure they take in any number Muslim illegal immigrants, ask no questions, make sure they get all the social benefits, make sure they get all the civil rights to protest for Palestine, Cechniya , Bosnia or whatever; in other words if the Muslims are not allowed to be parasites on non-Muslim world, they would feel alienated and perhaps take to terrorism and een suicide bombing. Even today, a sizeable minority of British Muslims called the 7/7 suicide bombers 'martyrs for a good cause"

Tony Blair got sick of this constant carping by the Britsih Muslims and asked themselves to set their house right. before criticising others.


Muslims 'must root out extremism'

The government cannot alone root out extremism in Muslim communities and defeat the terrorism it creates, Prime Minister Tony Blair has said.

He hit back at claims ministers had done little to win Muslim "hearts and minds" since the 7 July London bombs.

He said he was "probably not the person to go into the Muslim community".

It was down to moderate Muslims to stand up to extremism and tell those with "grievances" against the West they were wrong, Mr Blair told MPs


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