Monday, June 05, 2017

London Terror Suspects Were Fingered, but Not Investigated

By Douglas V. Gibbs
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British leaders have put out reserved responses to the recent terror attack.  The problem is, the attackers were on the radar screen.  Friends and neighbors had been reporting to police that these people were capable of extremism.  The evidence was piling up.  I get it, we don't want to become the "minority report" and try to accuse without a crime having been made, but how many times does it have to be Muslims committing terror before the people in charge get it through their heads that it is members of Islam who commit terrorism?

Screw political correctness, or the fear of coming across as Islamophobic.  These people are invaders, and they are intent on killing non-Muslims using the tools of war, and the tactics of terror.  In the case of the three Muslim terrorists who committed Islamic terror in central London last Saturday, one of them had been reported to the anti-terror police on at least two occasions.

A former friend one of the terrorists shot dead by police along with two accomplices said he contacted the authorities ­after becoming concerned over his friend’s extremist views.

Another person, a neighbor, also claims she went to the police, contacting them after seeing the suspect attempting to convert her children to Islam.

However, he was not arrested and was allowed to keep his passport.  Simply put, there was no evidence he had actually committed terror, no evidence he was planning to, and police didn't want to seem like they were profiling so they held back hoping for the best.

 “I did my bit, I know a lot of other people did their bit, but the authorities did not do their bit,” the friend said.

Another neighbor, an Italian mother of three who lived close to him, claimed she had reported him to police two years ago, after he began “brainwashing” her children at a local park. She said she had confronted him after her two children came home and said: “Mummy I want to become a Muslim.”

She said, “He was trying to radicalize the children, he would go down to the park and talk to them about Islam. He also came to the houses and gave the kids money and sweets during Ramadan.”

The attacker also carried out his terror while his own family was safe at home, his two children a toddler and a mere baby.  What kind of father commits terror, suicide by war, willingly killing innocent people, while abandoning his family in the process?

A Muslim does such things.  We don't understand because we use logic and reason, and the reality is that there is no logic and reason when it comes to Islam.  Only hate, and terror.

The jihadist played the deception card just fine.  That is what Islam does.  He has been described as “polite and normal” and people who knew him said they were shocked that he could be a terrorist.  Of course they are surprised.  That is what Muslims do.  They are the peaceful and non-dangerous minority, until they decide not to be.

After all of the violence has been committed, and the dust has settled, in London seven people are dead and almost 50 are injured.

The jihadists are all dead, but they did their job.  This is what Muslims do to assure their place in Islamic Heaven, and to gain the favor of Allah.

Europe is in the middle of a full blown jihadist insurgency.  War has been declared, and The West refuses to recognize it as such.  Rather than understand Islamic followers commit terrorism because that is what they do, the Europeans and liberal left asks, "What did we do to make them mad?"

There are networks following an ideology that believes they must impose Islam upon the non-Islamic world, and they are to do so at the tip of a sword.  These organizations are indoctrinating children, telling them that the West is a disease, that they must fight against non-Muslim populations.  They kill us because they believe us to be nothing more than rats.  But, rather than put out rat traps, they commit jihad.

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