"Anti-War" Protest in Luton
An Anti-war protest by Muslim fanatics in Luton replaced the headlines in newspapers and local TV channels in UK from the on going Recession and credit crunch news.
A small bunch of hate filled bigots were able to cause an outcry when they called home coming UK trops “Butchers” and “baby killers”. Once again they succeeded in creating ill feeling in the general public againts the other British Muslims
I am part of that "silent majority of Muslims" who refuse to accept the brutal and inhumane Al-qaida ideology and condemn its atrocities. But I can’t remain silent anymore. The event in Luton made me feel angry, helpless and ashamed for what these bunch of Muslim fanatics did to our soldiers.
Muslims fought together with Britain against the Nazi fascists in the WW2 in the past and now we face new fascists in the name of al Qaida and Taliban.
British soldiers are not alone in the fight against the fascist Al-qaida, Muslim soldiers within the British army and other countries of the region fight together against these terrorists who have hijacked Islam and have caused nothing but misery, pain and terror to everyone from Bali to New York. And don’t forget the majority of the victims are ordinary Muslims.
These so called anti war protesters show a criminal silence when innocent people are blown up on regular bases in Pakistan, Iraq and Afghanistan by car bombs and suicide attackers. Yet they have the audacity to call our troops butchers.. What a shameless cheek.
Are they not loosing the plot here? What service is Al Qaida doing to Islam or humanity by blowing up innocent people in public places? Quran describes these people as munafiq meaning hypocrites. That pretty much sums it up what I will call these anti war protesters. They want to support Al-Qaida for its most oppressive, inhumane and fascist ideology of present time, but they also want to live in the west and enjoy the freedom of speech and life comforts while their "ideals" recklessly continue to kill ordinary Muslims on daily bases in Pakistan , Afghanistan and Iraq.
I wonder how these protesters will feel like when one of their family members is blown up or beheaded by al-Qaida. It will be interesting to see if they will break their criminal silence.
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