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'O you who believe, fight those of the unbelievers near you and let them see how harsh you can be. Know that Allah is with the righteous.'

(Koran 9:123. For a further list of Koranic verses commanding holy war against non-Muslims, see this page): http://answering-islam.org.uk/Quran/Themes/jihad_passages.html

Welcome to the first issue of the BNP's Nationalist Anti-Jihad Bulletin, dedicated to exposing the truth about the Muslim holy war against Britain and the entire non-Muslim world.


The sheer naked corruption of this decision is staggering. One of the largest companies in Britain engaged in bribery to win business from a crime syndicate of religious fanatics (publicly known as the 'Kingdom' of Saudi Arabia) that openly espouses an ideology dedicated to the conquest of the UK and the rest of Europe. Then they got caught. But the Blair government has forced our supposedly independent judiciary to stop the investigation, because the Saudis are supposedly our 'allies'.

Blair denies that this has anything to do with economic interests. Now if he was doing this to save British jobs, he'd be wrong -- because Britain's reputation as an honest mart of the world's trade is worth considerably more than one airplane deal -- but he'd have at least half a point. But no, the santimonious liar can't even admit that.

How is this nation to be taken seriously, when all the world see that it can be bought?


Prime Minister Tony Blair defended a controversial decision by the government to halt an investigation into a multibillion dollar arms deal between BAE Systems PLC and "key ally" Saudi Arabia on Friday.

The Serious Fraud Office revealed on Thursday that it had dropped the long-running probe after advice from the government's legal counsel that it would damage security and relations between the two countries.

"Our relationship with Saudi Arabia is vitally important for our country, in terms of counterterrorism, in terms of the broader Middle East, in terms of helping in respect of Israel/Palestine, and that strategic interest comes first," Blair told reporters at a European Union summit in Brussels.

"Particularly in circumstances ... where, if this prosecution had gone forward, all that would have happened is that we have had months and years of ill feeling between us and a key ally, and probably to no purpose," he said.

The SFO was investigating allegations that BAE ran a 60 million pound (US$110 million; €90 million) "slush fund" offering sweeteners to officials from Saudi Arabia in return for lucrative contracts as part of the Al-Yamamah arms deal in the 1980s.

"Coming straight after a threat from the Saudis to withdraw from future business, this completely undermines the U.K.'s reputation on good governance," said Liberal Democrat lawmaker Norman Lamb. "How on earth can we lecture the developing world on good governance when we interfere with and block a criminal investigation in this way?"

The SFO said Thursday that "no weight" was given to commercial or national economic interests.

Despite that, shares in BAE, which has consistently denied any wrongdoing, rose sharply on the London Stock Exchange. By midmorning, the stock was up 5.7 percent at 420 pence (US$8.22; €6.23).

Lyndsay Hoyle, the ruling Labour Party's representative in Lancashire county where BAE is the largest industrial employer, said the company's staff were celebrating "an early Christmas present."

"Tens of thousands of jobs were put at risk by a 1980s issue," Hoyle said



England is fast becoming but simple a plot of land floating in the sea instead of a nation of culture guided by a rich legal tradition. It is a tail of warning for the USA, the moral of which is don't allow minorities to set up a parallel culture or you will cease to be a nation of laws. You will, in fact, cease to be a nation at all.

England is on the verge of having a bifurcated legal system, one for their various religious peoples and one for the rest of the native population. Two recent stories show the degradation of the British legal system and the inequities that it creates.

In a BBC story by Innes Bowen, The end of one law for all?, the question is asked: "Ethnic and religious courts are gaining ground in the UK. Will this lead to different justice for different people?"

How could this be that hard to answer?

Naturally, the BBC strives to make it seem as if all is right and good with this destruction of the English legal system because, after all, these people are just doing what "their culture" requires that they do, neatly ignoring the fact that they are in England and NOT back in their own homeland.

Aydarus Yusuf has lived in the UK for the past 15 years, but he feels more bound by the traditional law of his country of birth - Somalia - than he does by the law of England and Wales.

"Us Somalis, wherever we are in the world, we have our own law. It's not Islamic, it's not religious - it's just a cultural thing." Well, isn't that nice?

A number of parallel legal universes have been quietly evolving among minority communities. As well as Somali customary law, Islamic and Jewish laws are being applied and enforced in parts of the UK.

Worse still... While religious leaders in the UK's Jewish and Muslim communities have not sought to enforce their own versions of criminal law, they have steadily built up their capacity to deal with civil matters within their own religious codes. What's more, they are doing it with the help of English law.

Crucially, the legislation does not insist that settlements must be based on English law; all that matters is the outcome is reasonable and both parties agree to the process. And it's in this space that religious courts, applying the laws of another culture, are growing in the UK.

Naturally, the BBC spends 90% of the piece saying how benign this bifurcation of the courts is and that Muslims wouldn't wish to push their extreme Sharia laws for criminal matters in the UK. "That simply would never be acceptable", they quote former judge Gerald Butler as saying... as if just saying it assures us all that these extremists wouldn't push for it anyway.

Remember "There will be peace in our time", England?

After all, to use a supposed Middle Eastern expression, once they get a nose under the tent it won't take much to push on through. Once Sharia is accepted even in its lesser forms, Muslims will have every reason to expect that they can expand that usage of their own "courts" and to ignore the rightfully applicable English laws on any given subject.

In fact, the BBC seems in love with the idea of these wonderful religious "courts" supplanting their own. The Beeb barely gives us a word against the idea save one luke-warm warning by "Cassandra Balchin, a convert to Islam and spokeswoman for the group Women Living Under Muslim Laws" who is apparently "concerned".

"Very often traditional forms of mediation can disadvantage vulnerable groups, such as women, within a community."

Very often, Mz. Balchin?

Like most western news sources, the BBC seems completely ignorant of the abuse women and minorities suffer under Sharia laws the world over. Women are beaten, raped, murdered, mutilated and oppressed by Muslim "culture" and English law should never turn its back on these vulnerable members of their society. this would be a travesty and a direct refutation of western morals that posit that all people are created equal and stand the same in the eyes of the law.

After this rather benign BBC report on England's dying legal system, the Telegraph published their report on Sharia invading England's shores and they take a little more umbrage at the possibility of immigrant communities circumventing English law.

Sharia law is spreading as authority wanes

Islamic sharia law is gaining an increasing foothold in parts of Britain, a report claims.

However, the BBC Radio 4 programme Law in Action produced evidence yesterday that it was being used by some Muslims as an alternative to English criminal law. Aydarus Yusuf, 29, a youth worker from Somalia, recalled a stabbing case that was decided by an unofficial Somali "court" sitting in Woolwich, south-east London.

In any case, this is a sure sign that England is giving up on their own way of life and allowing just anyone to bring in just any kind of "legal" system they please merely because they are "culturally used" to it!

It makes one wonder why they fought so hard to prevent the American Colonists from leaving the Empire? The Americans were at least on another continent, after all, and not trying to change what was going on right in the Motherland itself



In a further example that the values and aspirations of Islam are antithetical to those of the United Kingdom, Croydon Council has instituted ‘Muslim only’ swimming times in its public swimming baths.

Cranmer’s occasional communicant, Mr Croydonian, will now be barred for two whole hours on Sundays from swimming in his revealing speedos, and there will be no watching the girls go by, because they are all banned. Mr Croydonian will only be admitted if he conforms to Shari’a law and wears shorts that hide the navel and cover the knees.

Croydon Council has made provision for Muslim women outside its normal opening hours, and the Shari’a dress code is to be covered from the neck down to the ankle. Have you ever tried swimming wrapped in a sheet? Cranmer can’t help wondering why health and safety factors have been subsumed to this impractical dress code.

Croydon Mosque states quite unequivocally: ‘Muslims are not allowed to show off intimate parts of their body. This is non-negotiable. Muslims have as much right to go swimming as anyone else.’

Indeed they do, sir, indeed they do. But everyone else also has as much right to go swimming when they wish to do so. This is the United Kingdom, and nothing is ‘non-negotiable’ in its liberal democratic tradition. With ironic timing, the Prime Minister has said in a speech today that tolerance was 'what makes Britain, Britain' and warned 'we must be ready to defend this attitude...so conform to it; or don't come here. We don't want the hate-mongers, whatever their race, religion or creed.'

Cranmer wonders how such sectarianism in the leisure industry would go down in other parts of the UK. What would be the outcry in Northern Ireland or Scotland if there were 'Protestant only' swimming times? How would the Mohammedans react if Christians started to insist on non-negotiable Christian-only hours in the public services? Cries of ‘racism’? Religious discrimination? Insults to ‘The Prophet’? ‘Behead those who oppose the Shari’a swim’?

By adopting Islamic practices, Croydon Council is unwittingly conforming to the demands of the Dar-al-harb – the House of War. In Islamic theology, this is a battle that rages until there is a victor, and a vanquished.


Blair is begging people to behave themselves, who are fanatical believers in a religion that tells them to wage war on us. Why should they take him seriously, when he refuses to take any serious steps to enforce his demands?


Tony Blair yesterday told radical Muslims that they had a "duty to integrate" into British society and warned them they could not be allowed to override what he described as the country's core values of democracy, tolerance and respect for the law. "Our tolerance is part of what makes Britain, Britain. Conform to it; or don't come here. We don't want the hate-mongers, whatever their race, religion or creed," Mr Blair said.

In a speech to an invited audience in Downing Street, Mr Blair offered his most explicit support yet of attempts to limit the wearing of the Muslim veil in public and said ethnic and religious groups who want grants from the state would have to show they were promoting cohesion and integration.

While endorsing the concept of multiculturalism - which has been criticised by, among others, Trevor Phillips, chair of the Commission for Racial Equality - Mr Blair argued: "For the first time in a generation there is an unease, an anxiety, even at points a resentment that our very openness, our willingness to welcome difference, our pride in being home to many cultures, is being used against us; abused, indeed, in order to harm us."

Faith schools are to be required to abide by guidelines on teaching tolerance and respect for other faiths, and will be encouraged to twin with schools from different religions. The Equal Opportunities Commission is also looking at how to address the ban on women in some mosques, and the government has announced a crackdown on foreign imams by requiring them to have a proper command of English before they are allowed to enter the UK.

Mr Blair admitted that "the 7/7 bombers were integrated at one level in terms of lifestyle and work" and that "others in many communities live lives very much separate and set in their own community and own culture, but are no threat to anyone". Religions had a "perfect right to their own identity and religion, to practise their faith and to conform to their culture".

But he said: "When it comes to our essential values - belief in democracy, the rule of law, tolerance, equal treatment for all, respect for this country and its shared heritage - then that is where we come together, it is what we hold in common. It is what gives us the right to call ourselves British. At that point no distinctive culture or religion supersedes our duty to be part of an integrated United Kingdom."

Mr Blair sympathised with Jack Straw, the leader of the Commons, who provoked controversy by announcing that he asked Muslim women to remove their veils when coming to his constituency surgeries in Blackburn. He offered firmer support for Kirklees council in west Yorkshire, which sacked a classroom assistant after she refused to do the same when teaching.

"It really is a matter of plain common sense that when it is an essential part of someone's work to communicate directly with people, being able to see their face is important," Mr Blair said.

The prime minister said that in the past money had been "too freely awarded" to groups representing different religions and racial groups, as "very good intentions got the better of us". In future, grants would "promote integration as well as help distinctive cultural identity".

But Mr Blair also offered an upbeat assessment of the progress made in race relations in the UK in the last 40 years. He praised David Cameron for delivering a turning point in political debate.

"I think it is great that in British politics today no mainstream party plays the race card. It is not conceivable, in my view, that this leader of the Conservative party would ... misuse the debate on immigration and that is both a tribute to him and to the common culture of tolerance we have established in this country today," Mr Blair said.

Muhammad Abdul Bari, secretary-general of the Muslim Council of Britain, told Mr Blair that he could not "agree more" with his positive remarks on multiculturalism and integration. But in a statement he added: "It was disappointing to see that the PM continues to see the phenomenon of terrorism as a clash of values rather than being prepared to examine whether some of our misguided policies in the Middle East have contributed to gravely exacerbating the threat from extremist groups. It was also worrying to see the PM using emotive language such as Britain 'being taken for a ride' or its good and tolerant nature being 'abused'. That can only help reinforce a 'them and us' attitude, when the reality is that there are a tiny group of people - from various different backgrounds - that commit criminal acts and should be dealt with firmly using due legal process.

5. Students to be ‘taught’ how to identify extremists


Students need to be taught how to identify religious extremists in order to prevent them from preying on vulnerable young people, according to controversial new government guidelines.

The guidelines, presented by Higher Education Minister, Bill Rammell, offer ways of spotting possible extremists and give information on how they operate and recruit.

Mr Rammell warned of the dangers posed by Muslim radicals looking to recruit students and convert them to terrorism.

He insisted the guidelines are not specifically aimed at England’s 1.8 million Muslims, but that they are about protecting vulnerable students from bullying and harassment.

He said: “The guidance provides a recognition that violent extremism in the name of Islam is a real, creditable and sustained threat to the UK, and that there is evidence of serious Islamist extremist activity in [higher educational institutions].”

Under the guidelines, radical speakers with a history of racism could be banned from university campuses.

Lecturers are also being urged to work together with mosques and imams to prevent “extremism in the name of Islam” taking hold.

In addition, they are being encouraged to collaborate with police, learning to recognize signs of extremism.

By giving universities more information about the dangers of extremist infiltrators, the Government hopes to prevent more young muslims becoming radicalised.

The guidelines follow the emergence of a number of specific incidents of students being radicalised at UK universities.

Omar Saeed Sheikh, who took part in the kidnap and murder of Daniel Pearl, was said to have been recruited by extremists at the London School of Economics, and Omar Sharif, who became a suicide bomber in Israel, learned his radical Islamism at King’s College, London.



Britain and the United States have a "special relationship" which I hope shall continue indefinitely. Despite this special relationship, there are things going on within Britain's Foreign Office which should raise alarm for anyone who believes that Britain is singing from the same hymn-sheet. Instead of acting to prevent the influence of terror-supporting organizations such as the Muslim Brotherhood, a young Islamist within the Foreign Office is actively promoting cordial relationships with this group.

Formed by Hassan al-Banna in Egypt in 1928, the Brotherhood began as a youth group but rapidly became political. Hassan al-Banna was killed in 1949, a year after the group was first outlawed in Egypt. Sayyid Qutb (1906-1966) took over the group's propaganda unit in 1952 and began to advocate armed jihad as a justifiable political act. Along with Ala Maududi, Quttb's philosophy, as described in books such as Milestones on the Road (Ma'alim fi'l-Tariq), has been a motivating force in the international jihad as mounted by Al Qaeda and others. The group made several attempts to kill Nasser, and in 1966, Qutb was hanged.

The group is still banned in Egypt, though it is tolerated, and 55 members of the group became members of parliament in last year's election. But the Muslim Brotherhood is still a supporter and instigator of terrorism. In 1987, Sheikh Ahmed Yassin of the Gaza wing of the Brotherhood formed Hamas, whose objective is to use terrorism to abolish Israel as an entity.

Mahdi Akif, leader of the Brotherhood in Egypt, announced in August this year that he would train his followers to fight with Hezbollah in Lebanon and join Palestinian terror groups in Gaza. The "spiritual leader" of the Muslim Brotherhood is Yusuf al-Qaradawi, who is based in Qatar. He supports Hamas' terrorist attacks against Israel and armed resistance to coalition forces in Iraq. Qaradawi is justifiably banned from ever setting foot in the United States.

Last September it was revealed that Mockbul Ali, who works in Britain's Foreign and Commonwealth Office, had recommended that Yusuf al-Qaradawi should be allowed to enter Britain. Mockbul Ali wrote a long letter explaining that the radical sheikh posed no threat. The letter was written 10 days after four Al Qaeda-sponsored British citizens blew themselves up on July 7 in London, killing 52 and injuring hundreds.

Mockbul Ali's advice came in response by an invitation for Qaradawi to make a return visit to Britain. The invite had been proffered by London's ludicrous leftist mayor, Ken Livingstone, who has said: "Of all the Muslim leaders in the world today, Sheikh Qaradawi is the most powerfully progressive force for change and for engaging Islam with western values." Livingstone also compared the Islamist sheikh to Pope John XXIII, who introduced the reforms of the Second Vatican Council.

So who is Mockbul Ali, and what does he do? The answers are disheartening. Firstly, he is an anti-Semite. In his letter about Qaradawi, he said criticisms of the Islamist sheikh had come from "tainted Jewish sources", going on to name Memri and the British Board of Jewish Deputies. The former is a media monitoring group, founded by Colonel Yigal Carmon, who served for 22 years in Israel's military intelligence service. The Board of Jewish Deputies is a highly respected and long-standing British institution.

Secondly, Mockbul Ali is a former student radical, who is only 26 years old. He was a member of the Union of Muslim Students (UMS), where he edited its newspaper. One of the articles he edited was about Aayat al-Akhras, an 18-year-old Palestinian suicide bomber, who killed two Israeli civilians in a Jerusalem supermarket. The article, entitled "A bride in the dress of martyrdom" described her attack as a "heroic operation... in the heart of the Zionist entity."

After 9/11, Mockbul Ali wrote in the newspaper: "If you are not white, you are most likely to be 'liberated' through bombings, massacres and chaos. Welcome to terrorism as a liberating force. Welcome to civilization - western style."

Mockbul Ali now heads the FO's "Engaging with the Islamic World Group (EIWG)", founded three years ago. This group has an annual budget of $15.8 million. And its mission? To engage with groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood and other radical Islamic factions. These include groups such as Jamaat-i-Islami, the party founded in Pakistan by the other godfather of Islamism, Sayyid Abul A'la Maududi (1903 - 1979).

In July this year, Mockbul Ali approved the granting of a visa to Delwar Hossain Sayeedi, a member of the Bangladesh Jamaat-i-Islami. During Bangladesh's war for independence from Pakistan, Sayeedi was responsible for killing Hindus and Bangla citizens. He has been involved in persecutions of the Ahmadiyya sect in his native country, and has said that US soldiers in Iraq should convert to Islam or die: "...let all the American soldiers be buried in the soil of Iraq and never let them return to their homes." Sayeedi has compared Hindus to excrement. He is also linked to the terrorist group JMB, which has carried out numerous bomb attacks and suicide bombings. But Mockbul Ali let him come to Britain, where he visited the Saudi-funded East London Mosque. So warped is Mockbul Ali's mindset that he claims Sayeedi is a "mainstream Muslim figure".

Mockbul Ali's “Engaging with the Islamic World Group” has also entertained Qaradawi and other Islamists at the expense of the British taxpayer. In July, it funded an Islamic conference based in Istanbul, which cost $550,863. Qaradawi and his wife were paid to fly to the conference and back, and to stay in a luxury hotel. 180 other Muslim leaders from various Middle East locations were paid to travel to the conference, which was held in the Ceylan InterContinental Hotel.

Mockbul Ali remains in his job, engaging with the terror supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and others. Even Britain's elected representatives can not ask questions about him. On May 8, Conservative MP Michael Gove asked questions in the Houses of Parliament about Mockbul Ali. He wanted to know "in what capacity Mr. Mockbul Ali is employed to advise the Foreign Office; what level of security clearance he has; and what vetting procedures were undertaken before he was offered employment." Kim Howells, the Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office told him that such information was classified.

Britain should remain as a friend and ally of the United States. But it is the duty of a good friend to point out where someone is going wrong. As a good friend of Britain, the United States government should pressure the United Kingdom to explain why it continues to hire this traitor to both countries' mutual interests.
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Anonymous said...

absurd thought -
God of the Universe says
never confront Islamists

just let them push you around
change your culture to fit them

Anonymous said...

Good one, thanks!

absurd thought -
God of the Universe says
never confront Islamists

just let them push you around
change your culture to fit them

Anonymous said...

Great post, you're in, thanks!

absurd thought -
God of the Universe says
never confront Islamists

just let them push you around
change your culture to fit them