ANOTHER UK MEDIA COVER-UP! So-called “white supremacist” Tesco supermarket attacker actually is a Muslim jihadist

mold-mainLast week, a young man named Zack Davies attacked a Sikh man with a hammer and a machete, leaving him with serious injuries in a Tesco supermarket in north Wales. This story from the Mirror last week identifies the victim by name, Sarandev Brahambra, but describes him only as ‘Asian,’ without ever saying he was Sikh. It also says “the attacker was shouting ‘White power’, (no doubt to shift blame away from muslims) according to witnesses. So this was presented to the British public as a an attack by one of those right-wing racists.


Jihad Watch  (h/t Maria J) There’s just one catch: Zack Davies is a Muslim who calls himself Zak Ali, and who warned on his Facebook page on the morning of his attack in Tesco: The wrath of Allah is about to come down upon the kaffir, I will have my revenge. He also posted four Qur’an verses (identifying the suras as “books”) that call for violence against unbelievers:


The fact that Zak Ali is a Muslim who clearly believes in jihad against unbelievers doesn’t mean that this wasn’t a “white power” attack, too, as neo-Nazis have an affinity for Islam, based on their shared Jew-hatred. The British media, however, have not reported on the jihad aspect of this attack at all.

Yet two reports strongly suggested that at least some British journalists know that the perpetrator was a Muslim, and are covering up that fact. The Mirror ran a photo of Zack Davies that appears on Zak Ali’s Facebook page — but it is remotely possible that they got it from somewhere else, and didn’t see Zak Ali’s page.


Also, the Daily Post ran a story Monday with the headline, “Mold Tesco attack sparks fear in Sikhs across Wales.” Only Sikhs? But wasn’t this a “white power” attack against an “Asian,” which would mean that Muslims should be just as fearful as Sikhs?

But neither this story nor any other says anything about Muslims being afraid after this “white power” assault on an “Asian” — a strong indication that the British media knows that the attacker was a Muslim, and are concealing this from the British public. “Community cohesion” must be preserved at all costs!


“Islam Must Die,” says graffiti on wall of University of Birmingham in the UK

Police are investigating after shocking anti-Muslim graffiti of a swastika and the words “Islam must die” were sprayed onto a building at the University of Birmingham building and has now been removed.


Birmingham Mail  In a blog post for publication Redbrick, 2nd year English student Hannah Sharron said the Nazi graffiti would offend both Muslim and Jewish students. (NO, it wouldn’t, Hannah, most Jewish students know that Hitler had close ties with the Grand Mufti who sent in thousands of Muslim troops to assist Hitler with the Final Solution)

Hannah said: “I can’t believe that this has happened at our university, a place where we are supposed to be celebrating diversity. “It’s heartbreaking.” (What an ignorant Jew you are, Hannah, there is no such thing as celebrating diversity when muslims are part of the mix)

Hannah Myerson, a third year Jewish student studying English said: “As a Jewish student, I find it deeply disturbing that the rising antisemitism in Europe has reached our campus. (Look around, Hannah, ALL the antisemitism in Europe now is the direct result of Muslim immigration)

Fiyaz Mughal from the ‘Islamophobia’-obsessed organization ‘TELL MAMA’ said: “This is appalling, where someone has the guts and ‘chutzpah’ (Chutzpah? That’s a Jewish word, raghead, you’re not allowed to use it) to place such a statement inferring that Islam must die on a university campus that has lots of Muslim students. If that is the case, one can easily infer that this person wants Muslims to be killed and was trying to put themselves outside of hate speech.

Birmingham? Birmingham? Now, where have we heard about Birmingham lately? Oh, now I remember:




BRITISH MEDIA submit to sharia, most say they will never ever post any Charlie Hebdo cartoons

Interesting debate on freedom of speech vs freedom of religion. In America, ‘We are all Charlie.’

Asghar Bukhari from the Muslim Public Affairs Committe, Douglas Murray from the Henry Jackson Society, Stig Abell from The Sun newspaper and Jodie Ginsberg from the Index On Censorship.  The idiot Muslim mentions 3 mosques being burned down in Sweden which is a lie. The one big fire in a mosque in Sweden was started either intentionally or accidentally inside the mosque by a muslim, the other two didn’t do any damage other than cosmetic. He also calls the cartoonists “racists.” What race is Islam? Douglas Murray does a great job of crushing this radical muslim moron.

h/t Stephen


New rules intended to combat the teaching of Islamic extremism in British schools is now adversely affecting Christian and Jewish schools

Christian group warns ‘British values’ rules imposed after Trojan Horse scandal is leading to Christian and Jewish schools being marked down by inspectors for failing to promote ‘tolerance’ of Muslims by inviting imams to preach at their schools.


UK Telegraph  A successful Christian school has been warned it is to be downgraded by inspectors and could even face closure after failing to invite a Muslim imam to lead assemblies, it is claimed. 

The small independent school in the Home Counties was told it is in breach of new rules intended to promote “British values” such as individual liberty and tolerance in the wake of the Trojan Horse scandal, involving infiltration by hard-line Muslim groups in Birmingham. 

Details of the case are disclosed in a letter to the Education Secretary, Nicky Morgan, from the Christian Institute, which is providing legal support to the school.  The group warned that the new rules intended to combat extremism are already having “disturbing consequences” for (non-Islamic) religious schools and forcing Ofsted inspectors to act in a way which undermines their ethos.


In the latest case inspectors are understood to have warned the head that the school, which was previously rated as “good” that it would be downgraded to “adequate” for failing to meet standards requiring it to “actively promote” harmony between different faiths because it had failed to bring in representatives from other religions, specifically Islam. 

They warned that unless the school could demonstrate how it was going to meet the new requirements there would be a further full inspection which could ultimately lead to it being closed.  A Government consultation paper published in June, explaining the new rules, makes clear that even taking children on trips to different places of worship would not be enough to be judged compliant.

The Institute, which is already planning a legal challenge to the consultation, says it fears that the new guidelines could be used to clamp down on the teaching of anything deemed politically incorrect on issues such as marriage. “The new requirements are infringing the rights of children, parents, teachers and schools to hold and practice their religious beliefs.”








You know indoctrination of radical Islamic ideology is bad in England when Muslim parents are complaining about their children being radicalized by Muslim teachers in public schools



UK screening Muslim toddlers and children for radical Islamic views

Two young children seized from Jihadi mother arrested returning from Syria as ministers call for nurseries to screen toddlers for Islamic extremist views. What about the Jihadi mother?

UK Daily Mail  Two young Muslim children were taken from their ‘jihadi’ mother as they returned from the Middle East amid concern they were being brainwashed into Islamic extremism.

The youngsters were taken into police protection at Luton airport last week after travelling to the UK from Istanbul with their 25-year-old mother. It is understood to be the first case in which authorities have seized children from their parents over fears they were being radicalized. 


Meanwhile nurseries are being urged to screen toddlers who display fanatical views.  Home Office guidance has been issued to teachers to who are expected ‘to have the training they need to identify children at risk of radicalisation’.

On New Year’s Eve, two children, believed to be under 10, were taken from their mother as she was arrested at Luton airport on suspicion of terrorism offences. 

The Haringey-based family, who are understood to have links to Birmingham, had travelled from Istanbul with the Turkish airline Atlasjet, which also operates a flight to Gaziantep – nicknamed ISIS International for its proximity to the Syrian border. 


At first, West Midlands Police said they had been taken into the care of social services. Later, officers said the youngsters were subject to a police protection order.  The force would not confirm whether they had been returned to their mother, but revealed they were not in the care of social services this morning. 

It comes as guidance issued to nursery teachers expected to identify signs of radicalisation in children were slammed as ‘heavy handed’.  Home Office documents being considered as part of a counter terrorism bill state senior management and governors need to be able to challenge extremist views and eradicate intolerance among toddlers.


The advice was described as ‘unworkable’ by politicians today, while human rights activists said it would not help prevent the spread of terrorism.  ‘Are they supposed to report some toddler who comes in praising a preacher deemed to be extreme? I don’t think so,’ David Davis MP told the Telegraph.

Isabella Sanky, policy director at human rights body Liberty added: ‘The Government should focus on projects to support vulnerable, young people. ‘Instead they are playing straight into terrorists’ hands by rushing through a Bill that undermines our democratic principles and turns us into a nation of suspects.’ 

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A Home Office spokesman this morning told MailOnline: ‘The new duty in the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill, to have due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism will be seen in a similar way to their existing safeguarding responsibilities.

‘We are not expecting teachers and nursery workers to carry out unnecessary intrusion into family life but we do expect them to take action when they observe behaviour of concern. 

‘For schools, including nurseries and other childcare providers, we would expect staff to have the training they need to identify children at risk of radicalisation and know where and how to refer them for further help if necessary.’


BRITISH BNI READERS: Sign the petition to allow the people to vote on the issue of banning Islam in the UK

Allow a public vote to Ban Islam in the U.K.



Responsible department: Department for Communities and Local Government

I strongly believe that the British public should have the right to vote if Islam should be allowed to continue in the U.K just as Scotland was given the opportunity to vote for its independence. 

Followers will not integrate into British society but instead demand the country they now reside in change around them instead, not just in Britain but example like this have been seen in France, Germany and Even China. 

-Cruel halal 

-‘British’ Muslims going to fight for ISIS even though their Mosques and parents know in advance and don’t contact the authorities. 

-Terror attacks on Civilians in the country they reside in.

- Child marriages, anti-Gay laws, severe limitation on rights for women, honour killings… the things we have fought hundreds of year to correct.

This decision would not be racist as it is not focusing on a person colour or origin but instead a destructive belief system, just as Nazism is abolished so should this intolerant system.


Perhaps someone can post some street addresses and codes in the comments section so non-British readers can also sign the petition.




SHAME ON BRITAIN! Queen’s Royal Guard now have to hide because of threats of Muslim terror attacks

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YOU CAN THANK BRITAIN’S LIBERAL MUSLIM IMMIGRATION POLICIES FOR THIS! British Security chiefs have taken the dramatic step of withdrawing Royal Guards from their high-profile posts outside palaces amid mounting fears of ‘lone wolf’ MUSLIM terrorist attacks. 

UK Daily Mail  Elite soldiers of the Queen’s Guard have pulled back from public positions at many landmarks in response to possible threats from Islamic extremists. For the first time since the height of the IRA’s terror campaign, the soldiers are also no longer allowed on sentry duty alone, and are now accompanied by armed police.


Retired officer Major Iain Dalzel-Job of the Scots Guards told The Mail on Sunday: ‘I think this is a big shame. ‘The reason people know we’re around is because they can see us. But I suppose the changes are necessary as there is a significant threat.’

This newspaper has confirmed the changes to the Guards’ security at sites including Clarence House, St James’s Palace, Windsor Castle and Horse Guards Parade. At Clarence House, the official residence of Prince Charles, the guardsmen who used to stand in front of the gates on The Mall, a public road, have now been relocated, along with their sentry boxes, behind metal gates. 


Tourists, who love to pose with the Guards, can now barely see them. Police officers confirmed changes had been made for security reasons. At St James’s Palace, the London home of Princess Anne and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, two Guardsmen used to perform sentry duties beneath its famous clock tower on Pall Mall. 

These guards and their sentry boxes have now been moved into a secluded courtyard inside the perimeter, leaving no visible presence at the clock tower gate. In Horse Guards Parade, two sentries still stand guard where tourists can pose for photographs with them. But four armed police officers now guard the soldiers.  The officers carry Heckler and Koch carbine rifles, pistols and Taser guns – in contrast to the Guards, who just carry ceremonial swords.


A Metropolitan Police officer on duty there told our reporter: ‘Yes, we are a recent addition here. It’s us guarding the Guards. I think there’s a Latin phrase for that.’ At Windsor Castle, up to three armed officers now stand next to the lone sentry on guard duty on the Western side of the castle.

The tightening of security to levels unseen since the height of the IRA terror campaign comes in the wake of Muslim terrorists from the Islamic State based in Iraq and Syria threatening Britain.  Al-Qaeda groups have also called on would-be terrorists to launch ‘lone wolf’ attacks against UK soldiers and police.


On Christmas Eve, Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) encouraged Muslims to launch attacks in the West on their own. It published a magazine that gave instructions for a home-made bomb, and urged its readers to use such a device to blow up an airliner or other Western target.

Former soldiers said last night that the changes were needed as sentries felt vulnerable to attack.  One Guards insider said: ‘We’re fully in favour as if an attack on a sentry can happen in Canada it can happen here. By moving behind the railings we’ve got a chance to respond, most likely saving lives.


‘The terrorists know that a Guardsman is a higher profile target than an ordinary soldier and they’re looking for publicity, something spectacular, so the Guards would suit their agenda.’

Although there have not been any successful terror attacks in Britain since Lee Rigby was killed outside Woolwich Barracks in May last year, intelligence services say they have foiled a number of plots this year. Last month, police stopped an alleged plot to launch an attack on Remembrance Sunday, after arresting four men in London and High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. 

Also last month, police chiefs warned officers not to wear their uniforms to and from work as Islamic terrorists were looking to target officers.



ISLAMIC CAR JIHAD comes to Britain as a Muslim runs down a couple in a hit-and-run killing

MUSLIM man, Mobein Ali, 19, mows down native British couple with his car in a hit-and-run horror in Manchester on Christmas Eve, killing both of them, who between them leave behind 15 children.

Victims Paula Jolly and Michael Ward

Victims Paula Jolly and Michael Ward

Express (h/t Susan K)  The Muslim driver was yesterday charged with causing death by dangerous driving. Mobein Ali, 19, will appear in court in Manchester today. The crash happened on Manchester’s Princess Parkway, a busy main thoroughfare south of the city around 10.15pm on Tuesday. The couple were crossing the road when they were hit by a blue Vauxhall corsa.

Last night family members paid tribute. Mr Ward’s son Mike, 24, was a finalist on the BBc one show The Voice last year. He said on Facebook: “can’t get over it… So sad that you’re gone Dad and so sudden. “Saddest thing is not getting the chance to say goodbye but I know you were very proud of me and all your children.”

Ms Jolly was pronounced dead at the scene on Tuesday night, despite the efforts of paramedics. Mr Ward died in hospital on christmas eve.

Three other people, a man aged 59 and two women aged 19 and 47, in connection with this case were arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. They remain on police bail. 




CHUBBY MUSLIM CONVERT GIRL: What does a former British Burlesque queen do when she gets too fat to be a Burlesque queen? She marries a Muslim.

A former party-lover has given up cocktails, cigarettes and burlesque dancing and converted to Islam after falling for a Muslim man nine years her junior.  In her days of burlesque dancing, she would parade around in nothing but knickers and nipple tassels.

Claire Birkill and Muslim husband, center

Claire Birkill and Muslim husband, center

UK DAILY MAIL  Mother-of-three Claire Birkill, 37, from Nottingham, overhauled her lifestyle after a trip to Gambia in January where she met fiance, Sarif Jallow, 28.

But since converting, she now covers up in a hijab and says she is ashamed she was once such an exhibitionist. She’s also changed her name by deed poll to Jameela. She said: ‘Before I enjoyed weekly burlesque classes. I would strip down to silky corsets and do sexy dances. Now I’m so ashamed of my past, I can barely look at old photos. I feel like I’ve been reborn.’


Jameela, who has three children aged six, 16, and 18, met her fiance, Sarif, following the breakdown of her first marriage and said it was love at first sight. She explained: ‘My eight-year marriage broke down in 2013 around the time I decided to study tourism at college.’ As part of the course last January, she travelled to the Gambia, West Africa, where she met Sarif. 

‘He was a teacher and nine years younger than me but it was love at first sight,’ Jameela said. ‘He was so intelligent and kind. On the last day of the trip in March he told me he loved me. ‘As I left the airport I cried and cried for three hours straight.’


Back home, Jameela, then still Claire, spoke to Sarif on the phone every night and he proposed weeks later. She used to be a Methodist but after listening to Sarif talk about his religion, she decided to research it on the internet and ‘immediately felt a connection’.  She said. ‘It’s about peace, empathy, love and kindness, all things I believe in. I realiZed I needed to become a Muslim.’ (Wait’ll they tie you down to perform genital mutilation)


She converted in a special ceremony in June and changed her name to one that’s traditionally Muslim. She has not asked her children to convert, leaving them to make their own decisions on whether they want to follow a path of religion. 

She also began observing Ramadan, explaining: ‘It’s a month-long period of prayer, fasting, charity-giving and self accountability for Muslims. It was difficult but incredibly fulfilling. Romantic thoughts are forbidden during Ramadan, so I banned myself from talking to Sarif in daylight hours because I got too turned on by his voice.’


It’s a far cry from her former hedonistic lifestyle. As a young woman, she had a weakness for cigarettes and alcohol and was often promiscuous. She said: ‘Before becoming a mum I’d think nothing about bringing a man home after a night out. Normally it was alcohol-induced but I’d never do it now.

She’s also now given up her hobby of burlesque dancing, which she started in 2012 after signing up for classes at a local dance studio. ‘I wanted to improve my body confidence. I would perform routines, starting off fully dressed and ending up in just silky pants and nipple tassels,’ she explained. ‘I’d never dream of doing it now. 

‘Looking at pictures of me in a pink silk basque I see it is very un-Islamic. Islam believes a woman’s body is just for her husband.’



The way she eats and dresses on a daily basis has changed dramatically too. ‘I travel ten miles to ensure I only buy Halal meat from a specialist butcher. I used to joke “don’t wake me up in the morning unless bringing me a bacon butty and coffee” – I’d never say that now. Giving up bacon has been the hardest thing but Halal prohibits it.

‘I always cover my legs as requested to by Islam. I found the headscarf quite restrictive at first. But now I wear it tighter because I want to.’ Jameela said Sarif was ‘heartbroken’ when she told him about her past but she said: ‘He knows how committed I am now and believes I’ve changed.’


Sarif is still living in Gambia and the couple will continue to have a long distance relationship after they marry because Jameela does not want to disrupt her youngest son’s education.

She is often mocked or abused when she goes out in public wearing a hijab. She said: ‘Some friends don’t want to know me anymore and others are refusing to call me by my new name.

‘In the street one person asked why I wasn’t wearing a letterbox, meaning a burkha. It’s so disrespectful. I’ve heard sniggering in the playground when I’ve picked my son up from school and laughed at in Primark by teenage girls.

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BRITISH ARMY CHIEFS warn interrogators not to yell at or insult Muslim terrorist suspects because it might hurt their wittle fweewings


British soldiers have lost their capability to interrogate Muslim terrorist insurgents because of strict new rules on questioning that ban shouting at captives. The rules also prevent military intelligence officers from banging their fists on tables or walls, or using insulting words when interrogating a suspect.

UK Telegraph  The regulations replaced a previous policy that had to be withdrawn after a series of legal challenges and the death in custody of Baha Mousa, an Iraqi detainee in Basra. But there is growing disquiet within the ranks that the latest guidelines, officially called Challenge Direct, are so stringent that it makes interrogation pointless.


There is also concern that the rules can be so easily breached — especially given the pressure under which soldiers are operating — that military personnel will be left exposed to legal claims and possible disciplinary action.

There was global condemnation last week when a Senate report in the United States disclosed how the CIA had systematically tortured detainees in the wake of the September 11 attacks. Despite this, British military chiefs fear the current restrictions on Army interrogators are hindering the gathering of information. They insist interrogations can be vital in thwarting future terrorist attacks and in combating insurgents in hostile environments. 


Col Tim Collins, who made a celebrated eve-of-battle speech during the Iraq war and now runs a private security company with expertise in intelligence gathering, said: “Since I was serving, the rules on interrogations have been tightened up because of the lawyers. We [the military] are no longer able to carry out tactical questioning. 

“The effect of the ambulance-chasing lawyers and the play-it-safe judges is that we have got to the point where we have lost our operational capability to do tactical questioning. That in itself brings risks to the lives of the people we deploy. 

“These insurgents are not nice people. These are criminals. They behead people; they keep sex slaves. They are not normal people.”


Lord West, the former First Sea Lord and national security adviser, said: “We have gone too far in letting people take us to court.  “While these insurgents are chopping people’s heads off and raping women, the idea they can take us to court because somebody shouted at them is ridiculous.”

In an interview with The Telegraph, Michael Fallon, the Defence Secretary, voices his concern about the legal scrutiny on British troops. He says he is gravely concerned about the rising cost of legal cases “that turn out to be completely spurious”. He added: “What’s important for us is to understand the legal scrutiny that we are under all the time now, the cases that are being brought sometimes spuriously by law firms representing people who claim they were wrongly detained. 

“Our Armed Forces are under a huge degree of scrutiny.” He said he feared this could inhibit commanders in the field in future. 


The rules on interrogation are contained in a Court of Appeal judgment handed down in the summer and obtained by The Sunday Telegraph. The policy was introduced two years ago after outrage over the death of Mr Mousa, an innocent Iraqi civilian who was beaten to death while in British custody in Basra in 2003. An inquiry into his death, published in 2011, disclosed that he had been subjected to sustained and gratuitous beatings by soldiers from 1st Battalion the Queen’s Lancashire Regiment. 


The legality of the Challenge Direct interrogation technique was disputed by lawyers acting for Haidar Ali Hussein, an Iraqi civilian arrested in 2004 who alleged that during his detention he had been subjected “to substantial periods of shouting”. Mr Hussein was also claiming damages from the Ministry of Defence over alleged mistreatment. 

Although Mr Hussein’s detention predated the new policy, his legal team had argued that Challenge Direct should be ruled unlawful because it constitutes “inhumane treatment” in contravention of the Geneva Convention.  The Court of Appeal threw out Mr Hussein’s challenge to the interrogation policy — but in doing so disclosed how the technique works and when it can be applied. It also highlighted a series of breaches. 

The judgment handed down by Lord Justice Lloyd Jones, the Lord Justice of Appeal and one of the most senior judges in the country, discloses what appear to be enormous constraints under which interrogators must now operate. 


One source said: “This ruling shows just what a nightmare it now is for interrogation teams. Interrogators have been left wondering if it’s worth the bother.”

The previous policy — known as “Harsh” — gave soldiers the right to “shout as loud as possible [with] uncontrolled fury” at a captive. It also permitted soldiers to show “psychotic tendencies”, and aim “personal abuse” at a captive who could be “taunted and goaded”.  The Challenge Direct technique reined in those excesses and allows shouting for only a few seconds at a time — the actual length is redacted for security reasons in the ruling — under strict regulation which is designed only to gain a captive’s attention. 

The judgment discloses that under the new policy interrogation “must not be insulting” and that a “captured person’s attributes must not be ridiculed”. The policy adds that “the questioner must not touch the captured person” and “must not shout into the subject’s ear”. 


The Challenge Direct approach can only be carried out with prior permission and if the session is being recorded to prevent abuses. “There must be no intimidation of any kind,” state the rules. 

Lord Justice Lloyd Jones and two fellow Court of Appeal judges ruled the Challenge Direct policy lawful in itself, but on reviewing many hours of video evidence decided that on a series of occasions, interrogators had breached it. The judges were shown recordings of the interrogations of 13 captives in Afghanistan who were subjected to the Challenge Direct technique. They found a number of occasions when the rules had been broken. 


Such breaches, the senior judges found, included an interrogator who “held the hand of the captured person during the use of Challenge Direct, a breach of the prohibition on physical contact”; an interrogator who “slammed the desk with his hand” and one who “slammed the wall with his hand”. 

Judges also found other violations, including a soldier who used “insulting words throughout an interview” and “vulgar abuse” at a captive. They said the “most striking example” of a breach of the policy was when an interrogator “suddenly moved forward from a crouching position so that his face was right in front of the captured person’s. This was physically intimidating.”


But the judges said the breaches did not in themselves make the technique unlawful. “I have come to the clear conclusion that the policy which the appellant seeks to challenge does not involve any violation of the duty of humane treatment or any other relevant standard under the Geneva Convention,” said Lord Justice Lloyd Jones. 

The judge questioned why Mr Hussein had been allowed to bring the case, given that he was never subjected to the technique. Mr Hussein was represented by Public Interest lawyers, a human rights legal firm which has brought a number of successful claims against the British military. The firm is led by Phil Shiner, who represented Mr Mousa’s family. 


Mr Mousa, 26, a hotel receptionist and a father of two children, had been held in custody for 36 hours, for the majority of the time hooded, and suffered at least 93 injuries prior to his death. Practices such as hooding had already been banned by the Army, while the case highlighted the lack of control exercised by senior commanders on the soldiers conducting his interrogation. 

The MoD has paid out millions of pounds in compensation and costs to hundreds of Iraqis who complained that they were illegally detained and tortured by British forces. The payouts followed legal rulings that abuse cases can be brought in Britain.

The Green 0pp Commons Westminster London SW1 27/04/11



UNBELIEVABLE! Leave it to a filthy leftist writer at the UK Guardian to trash one of the biggest charitable Christian organizations in the world


The evangelical giftwrapping of “Islamophobia” marches on, by Giles Fraser. “It’s depressing that a decade after I wrote about a Christian charity’s thinly disguised Islamophobia, they’re still at it.”


The Guardian  It’s a simple idea. Find an empty shoe box. Fill it with toys, toothpaste or school crayons. And allow Operation Christmas Child to fly it out to some of the neediest children in the world. It’s the sort of thing that you can do together as a family. And it’s a pretty good way to introduce our children to how fortunate they are in comparison to others – not a bad lesson at Christmas.


Given this, it is unsurprising that hundreds of UK schools have become involved.  Samaritanspurse – What we do

So far, so good. Except all is not quite what it seems with this charity. Yes, it is open about the fact that it is an evangelical Christian organisation, with a mission to share the love of Jesus with those who do not believe in him. It is slightly shifty about the fact that it distributes evangelical literature along with the boxes – though not actually in them – and that this literature promotes an exclusivist version of Christianity in the form of innocuous-looking comic book with the sinister message slipped in:


“There is only one way to be friends with God.” In many places these boxes are distributed, this is thinly disguised code for: Islam is wrong. (It is!)


And here we come to the heart of the purpose of OCC. For, according to the boss and guiding force of OCC, Franklin Graham – son of the evangelist Billy Graham – Islam is not just wrong, it is “a very wicked and evil religion.” (It is!) And by that he does not mean that Islam has been taken over by dangerous radicals, but that Islam itself is intrinsically evil. (It is!)


He recently told the British journalist Ruth Gledhill that Islam has been the same for 1,500 years. It “has not been hijacked by radicals” but is essentially a “religion of war.” (Right again) But this comes from someone who, when recently asked about Muslim fundamentalism, insisted that they only respond to force… I think there is going to have to be much large US involvement militarily. 


This is also a man who thinks the Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated every level of our government (they have) and that President Obama’s “problem” is that “he was born a Muslim, his father was a Muslim. The seed of Islam is passed through the father”. (He was and it was)


This year 60,000 OCC shoe boxes have been shipped off to Islamic State-displaced children in northern Iraq. It’s an irresistible political move for Graham and his compatriots. “These children will be reminded that there is a God who loves them,” says OCC domestic director Randy Riddle, making a clear contrast to the Muslim God that doesn’t. “That is the point and purpose of Operation Christmas Child, to share the love of Jesus Christ.”


A lot of fuss has been made about Muslim charities like Islamic Relief supporting the political agenda of violent religious radicalism, something of which it has been cleared. But we seem unconcerned that many of our schools might be supporting something remarkably similar – in Christian form. More than a decade ago, in this paper, I wrote a column criticizing OCC for “giftwapping Islamophobia”. It is depressing to find that, since then, very little has changed. (No, idiots like you are what is depressing)