Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Royal Wedding "legitimate target for jihad"

As if it wouldn't be, due to Britain's meddling in the affairs of Islamic countries.  The crusading armies are to blame for the outpouring of Islamic hatred, doncha know.

If, God forbid, anything happens you can bet there will be heard cries of "they deserved it" from Islam, after the dry cry over the dead is over.

From The Telegraph April 27 by Victoria Ward

Muslim group claims royal wedding is legitimate terror target 

Islamic protestors hold banners as they speak with media in London, Wednesday, April 27, 2011. The protestors have been banned by police from demonstrating during the royal wedding
The protesters have been banned by police from demonstrating during the royal wedding Photo: AP
Muslims Against Crusades, which had its application to protest on Friday turned down by police, yesterday urged Muslims to stay away from central London when Prince William marries Kate Middleton and to avoid all means of public transport due to the heightened risk of an attack.

Where would they get the idea that a disaster could be in the making?
Assad Ullah, leader of the extremist campaign group, insisted that it had no “inside knowledge” but was simply repeating security fears that have already been widely reported.

There is a legitimate Islam opinion that those who have been attacked have the right to retaliate,” he said.

Anything done to hamper or hinder the spread of Islam is seen as an attack against Muslims, therefore retaliation is just the catchword for offensive jihad.  

“British foreign policy is causing this kind of feeling and increasing the instability in this country. We do not advocate violence but can see how they made themselves a legitimate target for others.”

Announcing that the group had abandoned its plans to protest against the wedding, group spokesman Abu Abbas said: “We urge all Muslims to stay away from the royal wedding, not only because of the drinking, drug taking and sexual promiscuity but because of the likelihood of an attack by the Mujahideen.

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