03 February, 2007

More from Mohammed Naseem.

According to the Daily Telegraph, Mohammed Naseem, head man at the Birmingham Central Mosque, thinks "“This unfortunate country is moving towards a police state - the laws being passed are wrong and against the traditions of this country.”

One recent tradition of this country, is for Naseem to compare the UK with Nazi Germany and to dismiss the threat of Islamic terrorism as a government plot. Yesterday's Times reports that Naseem has been at it again. For good measure, he added,

“This is a persecuting course of action that the Government has taken. They have invented this perception of a threat. To justify that, they have to maintain incidents to prove something is going on. There is dismay and people feel they are being persecuted unjustly.
Naseem says that the Muslim community is "upset" at all this. Easily remedied. The Muslim community should stop supporting apologists for terrorism, like Naseem.

More Muslims in denial in the Birmingham local press.


You have read Naseem's drivel. Now, thanks to lgf, you can watch it.


Lizze said...

The Muslim leaders must stop taking the victim role and continue blame everyone else. They have to start sorting their own problems and make sure that the laws of UK is being respected by their followers.

Henry Bolingbroke said...

Agreed. The Mosques' leaderships are failing in their responsibilities to their own communities.

It is ironic that Muslim leaders are blaming the British authorities; much of the intelligence on Islamic extremism in the UK originates from the Pakistani security services.