Monday, September 19, 2011

Will a sharia court step in to mediate this?

Well, if Muslims in England have their way, which seems almost a slam dunk then yes, a sharia court would look into the particulars of the actions of these seven.  The end result would be that they are not even seen as criminals, but mujaheddin on the path for Allah and the greater Islam.  Hell, they probably would be given a parade if they came back alive.  The fact that they were arrested in Birmingham, one of the 25 no-go, sharia-enforced Muslim areas in England is just another sign of the collapse of a once great empire.  These arrests, good news in the war against Islam is also bad news, bittersweet in it's clear definition of an end of a society.  No amount of arrests or incarceration will stop the steady march of Islam across Europe, only an awakening of epic, no Biblical proportions among those in power and the regular folk who suffer each day under Islamic agitation.  Without that awakening, Western and European culture is dead and the time is rapidly running out to do anything truly effective.

From the BBC September 19

Seven held in Birmingham anti-terror operation

Six men and a woman have been arrested in Birmingham in a large anti-terrorism operation.
The men, aged between 25 and 32, are being held on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of an act of terrorism in the UK.
The woman, 22, is held on suspicion of failing to disclose information contrary to the Terrorism Act 2000.
The arrests are thought to be the most significant this year, BBC home affairs correspondent Danny Shaw said.
It is understood the investigation, which has involved security service MI5, relates to suspected Islamist extremism.
But the arrests are not thought to be related to the Liberal Democrats' conference which is taking place at the city's International Convention Centre.
'Ensure safety'
The men were taken into custody by unarmed officers in the Moseley, Sparkbrook, Sparkhill, Ward End and Balsall Heath areas of Birmingham between 11:30 BST on Sunday and 01:00 BST on Monday, police said. All those detained are from the Birmingham area.
Police said specialist teams were searching their homes and seven other properties in the city - six domestic and one commercial. Computer equipment has already been removed and is being examined.
The men and woman are being questioned at an unnamed police station and can be held for up to 14 days.
West Midlands Police Assistant Chief Constable for security Marcus Beale said: "The operation is in its early stages so we are unable to go into detail at this time about the nature of the suspected offences.
"However, I believe it was necessary to take action at this time in order to ensure public safety.
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