“We don’t live in peace with you anymore”“We don’t live in peace with you anymore”. Well, did they ever?
Fighting words in an anxious London
As London braces for another feared attack, two prominent British Islamic militants say British civilians are fair targets. “We don’t live in peace with you anymore,” said Abu Uzair in an interview on BBC Newsnight. Abu Uzair and Abu Izzadeen — both British citizens — justified and even praised the attacks, which killed 52 people. “What I would say about those who do suicide operations or martyrdom operations — ‘suicide’ is a phrase coined by the media, they’re completely praise-worthy,” said Abu Izzadeen. Both men previously were associated with a militant group in London that celebrated the 9/11 attacks, calling the hijackers “The Magnificent 19.” For years, the group’s leader has advocated violent attacks outside Britain. British authorities now are investigating whether some of London’s radical imams played a role in inciting or indoctrinating the bombers.
British man found with 452 fake passports
A British national of Algerian descent was arrested yesterday at Don Muang airport with 452 fake passports. Found in his possession were 452 passports for Spain, Belgium, Portugal and France _ 138 in one suitcase and 314 in another. Mr Daikh said he bought the 138 fake passports for 3,000 (220,000 baht) from a Pakistani man at Koh Samui in Surat Thani and planned to sell them in London.
BRITAIN DESTROYING ITSELF FROM WITHIN
A great civilization is not conquered from without until it has destroyed itself from within, said the American historian Will Durrant about ancient Rome. This self-destruction of values is exactly what is happening in England today. Woe betide the Briton who calls himself 'English' -- a much-frowned-upon no-no. I believe that when a country loses so much respect for itself that it can no longer even be identified by its historically correct name, insecurity and lack of respect filter down to its inhabitants. Recently, I have concluded that London is no longer the 'seat of civilised society' that the world once considered it to be, and is certainly not the safe city I grew up in.