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5/23/2013 4:54:53 PM
Posted: 7 years ago
The war on terror has been won. What you are referring to is a law enforcement issue.
Beware of the people who are in your circle but are not in your corner.

And with the stroke of a pen people 18 to 21 who own a gun became criminals and public enemy #1 having committed no crime and having said nothing. Just like the Jews in Germany during WW2. Must be a weird feeling.

When I hear people crying and whining about their first world problems I think about the universe with everything in it and people in wheelchairs and all of their problems go away.
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5/27/2013 12:57:15 PM
Posted: 7 years ago
LONDON: Londoners woke up on Monday to the word "Islam" written in large bold letters on two of the city's most prominent war memorials.

Vandals targeted the RAF Bomber Command Memorial in Green Park and the Animals In War Memorial in Park Lane leaving them defaced as an aftermath of the recent attack on Muslims following the killing of a British soldier by a pro-Islamic hate activist in Woolwich.

On the other side of the city, two people were arrested for carrying out a petrol bomb attack on a mosque in Grimsby.

The Grimsby Islamic Cultural Centre faced attack by arsonists despite heavy police presence in the area.

The same complex had faced a similar attack three days ago.

Dozens of people were inside the building for a prayer meeting. However, Humberside Police said nobody was injured in the attack.

A police spokeswoman said, "The force is currently aware of a number of messages which have been posted on social networking sites by a small minority of individuals. These messages appear to be an attempt to incite trouble by posting messages inviting people to assemble and cause trouble at particular locations. Those people should be aware that we are monitoring these sites in Humberside and we will take action against those intent on attempting to incite violence or post messages of a racial nature."

An English Defence League activist who threatened to burn down a mosque in retaliation for Rigby's murder has been told he faces jail.

Adam Rodgers took to Facebook following the murder and called on his fellow EDL members to meet him at a mosque in Hastings, Sussex.

Lead magistrate Paul Brown told him, "The harm you could have created was potentially huge due to the circumstances. You made threats to burn down a mosque and mobilize people at a time when feelings are running very high due to a tragic incident. All options will remain open, including prison."

Meanwhile the two memorials in central London were defaced in the early hours of this morning. Met Police said it is investigating the incident. It discovered the graffiti at 5am. Besides the word "Islam" dabbed all over in bold red, communal inscriptions too were scribbled.

The police have covered the damages with plastic or white sheets.

Scotland Yard isn't however sure whether it has been done by Muslim protesters or far-right groups attempting to stir hatred.

The spray paint has been used to scrub out the inscription on the tribute to the animals which helped keep Britain free.

British society has been left completely divided after the recent horrific murder of serving soldier Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich.

He had survived the deadly streets of Afghanistan where he was posted only to die on the streets of his country in the hands of two Islamic radicals.

While many organizations and British individuals have taken part in a wave of anti-Muslim hate crimes which has seen a 10-fold increase since the murder, others say the idea of Islam is being misused and it does not make every Muslim or Asian a terrorist.

Prime Minister David Cameron openly supported Britain's Muslim community and said, "The incident has sickened us all. The people who did this were trying to divide us. They should know something like this will only bring us together and make us stronger."

Cameron said the attack wasn't just against Britain but was also against Islam.

"This was not just an attack on Britain but also a betrayal of Islam - and of the Muslim communities who give so much to our country. There is nothing in Islam that justifies this truly dreadful act. We will defeat violent extremism by standing together."

"Terrorism that has taken more Muslim lives than any other religion. It is an utter perversion of the truth to pretend anything different. That is why there is absolutely no justification for these acts and the fault for them lies solely and purely with the sickening individuals who carried out this appalling attack."
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5/27/2013 3:17:31 PM
Posted: 7 years ago
sigh...please cite your sources...
At 8/9/2013 9:41:24 AM, wrichcirw wrote:
If you are civil with me, I will be civil to you. If you decide to bring unreasonable animosity to bear in a reasonable discussion, then what would you expect other than to get flustered?

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