May 23 2013
British PM David Cameron: “Savage beheading of our soldier is not representative of Islam.” Al-Qaeda linked terror group Al-Shabaab: “Yes, it is!”
Al-Shabaab is taking issue with British Prime Minister David Cameron’s statement that the horrific cleaver attack on a soldier by men wanting their actions to be filmed wasn’t a representation of Islam.
PJ Media “Britain works with our international partners to make the world safe from terrorism, terrorism that has taken more Muslim lives than any other religion,” Cameron said yesterday. It is an utter perversion of the truth to pretend anything different. That is why there is absolutely no justification for these acts and the fault for them lies solely and purely with the sickening individuals who carried out this appalling attack.”
Cameron called the “shocking” attack “not just an attack on Britain” but “also a betrayal of Islam – and of the Muslim communities who are give so much to our country.”
“There is nothing in Islam that justifies this truly dreadful act,” he said. (There isn’t?)
Al-Qaeda linked Somali terror group Al-Shabaab disagreed with that in a series of tweets from its official media arm this morning.
Britain’s very own Islamofascist cleric, Anjem Choudary, says: “Soldier’s killer, Mujaheed Adabolejo, a very nice man of impeccable character.”
Cpnagasaki Michael ‘Mujaheed’ Adebolajo, who sources have claimed is one of the suspects, converted to Islam a decade and was always of “impeccable character”, radical cleric Anjem Choudary has said.
Choudary led Islamist group Al-Muhajiroun, the banned forerunner to Islam 4 UK, where Adebolajo often appeared alongside other radical protesters.
Mr Choudary continued: “He converted around 2003 to Islam, before I met him and I knew him as his convert name ‘Mujaheed’ when he used to attend our demonstrations and lectures. I last saw him in 2011, he was a very nice man with impeccable character and nothing unusual about him.”
Choudary suggested that it was possible the attack was motivated by British government foreign policy in the Muslim world, and that this may not have been an isolated incident.