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Jane Kelly: We must end the lie that Islam is a religion of peace


The Islamic insurgency in Britain is now obvious, with fifty people crushed by a car on London Bridge or stabbed in their throats in a pub in Borough Market, that being the third attack in three months, it is impossible for anyone to deny it any longer. Five other planned attacks were foiled.

The war against us is now so obvious that even the Government has finally decided say something firm. This week Mrs May mounted the prime ministerial podium to tell a sad and dismayed public in her most headmistressy voice that: ‘Enough is enough.’

For the first time since the insurgency began with the blowing up of a London bus in 2005, the country’s leaders have decided that they really ought to start looking for some kind of solution. For a long while, when attacks were more sporadic, they hoped the public would just get used to it.

In September last year, Sadiq Khan newly sworn in on the Quran as Mayor of London, said he believed the threat of terror attacks were ‘part and parcel of living in a big city.’ He urged Londoners just to be vigilant. That was it.

Watch out, as instead of white van man eating a Yorkie bar, talking on his mobile and hurling abuse at you from his window, the driver might well be a Muslim intent on using his vehicle as a weapon to flatten you and everyone else and his dog in sight. Khan added that major cities around the world, ‘have got to be prepared for these sorts of things,’ to happen.

The extent of the recent murders, with nearly 40 dead, mostly young people and children, and the cries of ‘for Allah’ from one of the killers has at last eroded a wilful obtuseness and denial. We are unlikely to hear Andy Burnham say now, as he did after the Manchester massacre, that he ‘denies the concept of Islamic terrorism.’

On the BBC yesterday, one of the presenters opined that, ‘the attacks are as much to do with Muslims as anyone else standing in the street.’ That popular leftist view was refuted by Tariq Ramadan, a Professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies at Oxford. He even directed us to the root and impetus of the insurgency: Chapter 9 of the Koran, which commands Muslims to kill the Kuffir (non-Muslims).

‘Kill them wherever you find them… Al-Fitnah [disbelief or unrest] is worse than killing… And fight them until there is no more Fitnah [disbelief and worshipping of others along with Allah] and worship is for Allah alone.’

More people now admit the truth, that we are somehow involved in a one-sided war waged against us by Islam, an internal invasion by a home grown enemy moving among us. On Sunday, Nadhim Zahawi, Iraqi-born Tory MP for Stratford-on-Avon,  echoed Mrs May’s ‘enough is enough,’ saying to the BBC that there had been, ‘too much tolerance of intolerance from Salafist and Jihadist preachers.’

Mrs May sadly had very few good ideas to offer from her podium, even suggesting increased prison sentences for terrorist activity, even for reading radical material. She obviously doesn’t realise that Muslims, one in twenty of the population, but one in seven convicts,  have almost taken over some of our prisons, which are a breeding ground for radicalism. At Whitemoor prison in Cambridgeshire, forty four per cent of the 447 inmates are Muslim, nearly double the number less than a decade ago.

She did not mention bringing back control orders, which were rejected by Nick Clegg during the coalition government. She didn’t say how she was going to stop terrorists getting in to the UK, or how she would cut off their funding. She didn’t mention deporting them or depriving them of British citizenship. She was exasperated but kept her animalier gloves firmly on.

Like other politicians who have spoken since the murderous hate crimes at the weekend, she has no answers and no real will to get the gloves off to tackle the problem. So where do we turn for solutions? Not the Church of England, which along with the Labour Party denied the existence of Islamic terrorism for as long as possible and is now silent on the matter. Ukip with its plain speaking is dead without Farage. Even some of the great offices of state such as the Foreign Office are historically pro-Arab and more interested in preserving British trade agreements than British lives.

There is obviously no chance that we can now restore our country to what it once was before most of us had ever heard of Islam, but most people can come up with some very real solutions to the current attacks. They are not that difficult.

End the lie that Islam is a religion of peace.

The Quran contains at least 109 verses that call Muslims to war with nonbelievers for the sake of Islamic rule. Some are quite graphic, with commands to chop off heads and fingers and kill infidels wherever they may be hiding. Muslims who do not join the fight are called ‘hypocrites’ and warned that Allah will send them to Hell if they do not join the slaughter. Islam apologists on the Left gloss over the significance of these passages, but there has never been any reform of Islam similar to the changes in religious thinking in Europe in the 1530s, the Renaissance and later the Enlightenment. Until Muslims can show they are engaged in theological reform and clearly reject sexual apartheid as shown in women’s dress, all their schools should be closed.

If the schools continue to exist they should be strictly monitored. We want no more ‘Trojan Horse’ schools like those in Birmingham or cases such as the King Fahd Academy in Acton. In 2008, after an Ofsted report claimed the school was good, a whistle-blowing teacher revealed that pupils as young as five were being taught by rote from Arabic textbooks describing Jews as monkeys and Christians as pigs. They were forced to burn over 2000 textbooks, although the head told the press they had all been photocopied. It was not surprising that Abu Hamza, the hook handed terrorist who was Bin Laden’s close ally sent his five children there.

Let’s all junk the word, ‘Solidarity.’ Outside the Polish trades union movement of the 1980s it has no meaning and no purpose. Ditto, ‘Community’, as in Sadiq Khan’s recent hysterical  accusation that the President of America is trying to ‘divide our communities.’

If true Trump won’t have much work to do. Where communities exist at all they are deeply divided by racism on both sides and suspicion. Generally Muslim and non-Muslim communities do not have anything to do with each other apart from brief exchanges in shops and of course white girls being trafficked for sex, which according to The Sunday Times is still going on. White working class communities in our cities have disappeared, overwhelmed by migration.

The FO and Theresa May must abandon their deep dependence on Saudi Arabia.

Nadim Zahawi is not the only one to notice the pernicious tolerance of the Saudi version of Islam. In July 2013, Wahhabism was identified by the European Parliament in Strasbourg as the main source of global terrorism. It has become increasingly influential because of Saudi money and because of Saudi Arabia’s central role as protector of Mecca. Members of the Saudi ruling class have applauded Wahhabism for its Salafi piety, i.e. its adherence to the original practices of Islam and its vehement opposition to all other versions of the faith.

In the 1970s, while most UK citizens were happily indifferent to religion of any kind, with the help of oil money, Saudi charities began to fund Wahhabi schools and mosques across the globe.

The US State Department under Obama estimated that over the past four decades Riyadh has invested more than £6 billion in charitable foundations in an attempt to replace mainstream Sunni Islam with the harsh intolerance of its Wahhabism. They also concluded that twenty per cent of that Saudi money had been diverted to Al-Qaeda and other violent jihadists. The movement now has worldwide influence inspiring terrorist groups such as Al-Qaeda, Isis, Boko Haram, and boys in bedrooms in east London, looking at their computer screens.

That culture affects the whole world, including us. Between 1986 and 2011, the University of Oxford and the £75 million Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, which offers scholarships for study, ‘of benefit to the Muslim world,’ together accepted more than £105 million in donations from the Saudi royal family.

Oxford also received financial support from the increasingly hardline Malaysian government, the Emirates and even the Bin Laden dynasty. Ripon C of E theological college has a bursary from the King of Jordan. A student there, who converted from Islam to Christianity, spoke to me at length about how she had been bullied by Christian students, who disapproved of her conversion, believing both faiths are equal if not the same.

The total sum of funding to our universities from Islamic sources was revealed by Anthony Glees, Director of Brunel University’s Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies, in his paper, ‘Degrees of Influence.’ He says it is now the largest source of external funding.

Our fear of letting go of all that cash from arms sales has led us into bloodshed and turmoil. Money isn’t everything as Brexiteers liked to say. Perhaps the sight of a young girl entering a London pub with her throat cut might at last start to move us away from our venal relationship with the House of Saud. They have to be kept in place, of course, for fear of something worse, but we don’t have to trade with them or allow them to open schools and mosques in Britain.

Getting to grips with new technology. At present Muslim hate propaganda is freely available on YouTube.

We have to sort out the issue of encryption used by the big tech agencies, such as Facebook and Apple. Billionaire Mark Zuckerberg obviously doesn’t care about terrorism spreading through Europe. Perhaps he is unaware of it; his industry founded by geeks and people on the autistic spectrum exists in a bubble and is not well understood by our politicians like Mrs May, who are mostly over fifty.

We need a tech genius, perhaps a non-autistic teenager truly interested in world peace, currently online at home, to find out how we can build a system that will allow the FBI and MI5 to access the accounts of suspects, without violating the privacy of innocent people. Or perhaps innocent people could be asked if they agree to a decline in personal privacy for the short term.

We need to stop Muslims flagrantly breaking the law.

There is an election looming and we’ve had quite enough of postal ballot fraud where Asian patriarchs vote as a block instructing their families where to put their X. We want no more scenes like those outside the polling booth in Tower Hamlets, when they had a mayoral election in 2014 and Muslim mobs prevented people from voting.

It is against the law for any group to hang around the door of a polling station while voters are going in and out.  Most shocking was the way the police ignored the situation, although it was a criminal attack on western democracy. But by then Muslims were somehow above the law.

A report commissioned by the Government last year, warned that authorities  were in a ‘state of denial’ and are ‘turning a blind eye’ to election fraud. Eric Pickles who presided, said there was evidence of voter fraud ‘especially in communities of Pakistani and Bangladeshi background’ but  the cases had been ignored because of ‘over-sensitivities about ethnicity and religion.’

He also warned that ‘challenging issues’ over community cohesion, those ideal communities so often mentioned by the Left, should never be an ‘excuse’ for failing to ‘uphold the rule of law and protect British liberties.’

It sounded quite shocking to hear him speaking so candidly, as the truth about the burgeoning Muslim community was so rarely heard. Now the creature is out of its carrying case and cannot be put back in. The forces of political correctness have been defeated, at least for now, but only after so many dead and wounded.

(Image: NoirKitsuné)

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Jane Kelly
Jane Kelly
Jane Kelly was a journalist with the Daily Mail for fifteen years. She now writes for the Spectator and the Salisbury Review.

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