UK: Islamic terrorism renamed "anti-Islamic activity"

by Infidelesto on January 17, 2008 · 3 comments

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yea, it’s not a joke, not kidding, this is the real Uk, folks.

at a loss for words? Jaw dropped? speechless? so am I…

via ZIP

Terrorism by Muslim fanatics was yesterday re-named “anti-Islamic activity”

The Home Secretary said that – rather than acting in the name of Islam – they were behaving contrary to their faith.

Her words were chosen carefully to reflect new Government strategy on the language used to describe fanatics.

Security officials believe that directly linking terrorism to Islam is inflammatory, and risks alienating mainstream Muslim opinion.

In her first major speech on radicalisation, Miss Smith repeatedly used the phrase “anti-Islamic”.

One passage said: “As so many Muslims in the UK and across the world have pointed out, there is nothing Islamic about the wish to terrorise, nothing Islamic about plotting murder, pain and grief. Indeed, if anything, these actions are anti-Islamic”.

Another referred to enlisting the Muslim community against “anti-Islamic activity”.

It follows a decision taken last year to stop using the phrase ‘war on terror’, first adopted by US President Bush.

The strategy emerging across Government is to portray terrorists as nothing more than cold-blooded murderers who are not fighting for any religious cause.

Al Qaeda-inspired terrorism is instead being described by key figures as “more like a death cult”.

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  • http://twana.vox.com/ Humbled Infidel

    So many people are so quick to appease the terrorist, it’s blows my mind. I look around me and wonder what in hell these people are thinking.

    • Steve

      Islamist encroachment in the west reminds me of how the cult mentality was enticed by the rise of the nazis when many people were ready to embrace any mindless temporary “feel good” nationalism when times were tough politically and economically. I blame a lot of this islamism sabotage of government on the status quo content and happy-to-sit-on-their-behinds entrenched leadership. They appease some islamists and the mob sees it as weakness and wants more blood. They can’t be treated in a diplomatic way. It will have to be with force.

  • Steve

    Let’s see, Engla’mastan, Brittain’astan, Islamangland, Islamabrit, Brislam, Choose quickly!