July 22, 2006

July 22, 2006: Demonstration Hatred & Aftermath: Banned

Background: Religion of Peace Demonstration

This message was attached to emailed photos. Thanks J.

Muslims have stated that England will be the first country they take over!

[....] These pictures are of Muslims marching through the streets of London during their recent "Religion of Peace Demonstration."







I checked further for a source and found them posted here:
Michelle Malkin: In their own words Feb. 3, 06
michellemalkin.com/archives/004448.htm

International Day of Anger Feb. 3, 06
michellemalkin.com/archives/004441.htm

Watch out. The London Telegraph reports:

A leading Islamic cleric called for an "international day of anger" today over publication of caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed, and a Danish activist predicted that deadly violence could break out in Europe "at any minute [....]


Snopes: Photographs show placard-bearing Muslim protesters in London May 30, 06
www.snopes.com/photos/politics/muslimprotest.asp

These pictures have never been shown in any of our American newspapers or television news programs because we should never appear to offend anyone!

[....] An estimated 500 to 700 demonstrators marched from Regent's Park Mosque to the Danish embassy in Knightsbridge during the protest. MP David Davis, the shadow home secretary, condemned messages displayed on some of the protesters' placards as an "incitement to murder": [....]




Aftermath: Banned

Two British-based Islamist groups are to become the first to be banned under laws outlawing the glorification of terrorism -- Al-Ghurabaa and the Saved Sect

moderntribalist.blogspot.com/2006/07
/two-british-based-islamist-groups-are.html

news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/5188136.stm

[....] The groups are both thought to be offshoots of Al Muhajiroun, which was founded by controversial cleric Omar Bakri Mohammed.

Mr [John] Reid is also banning two foreign groups, the Baluchistan Liberation Army and Teyrebaz Azadiye Kurdistan.

And Kongra Gele Kurdistan and KADEK are also being added to the banned list because they are two alternative names for the Kurdish terrorist group PKK, which is already outlawed.

Al-Ghurabaa and the Saved Sect were named earlier this year as the organisers of the protests outside the Danish Embassy in London against cartoons depicting the prophet Muhammad.


Islamic militant groups banned under new terror laws

Videos of hate flout curbs on Islamists July 16, 2006

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