Sunday, July 09, 2006

Joking Muslim cleric mocks victims of London blasts

Sunday Times reported A speech by an extremist Muslim cleric praising the London bombers and mocking victims of suicide attacks has been broadcast on the internet to coincide with the anniversary of the July 7 attacks.

Britain will not eject these extremist clerics for preaching hate. Will this tick them off, and will they finally take action?
The audience laughs as Omar Brooks, a British Muslim convert who also uses the name Abu Izzadeen, makes fun of non-Muslims as “animals” and “cowards”.
The Islamoterrorists are the cowards, because they refuse to meet their enemy's soldiers on the battlefield, but rather blow up innocent civilians.
Brooks — who has previously described the London bombers as “completely praiseworthy” — identifies with the views of Mohammad Sidique Khan, the ringleader of the London attacks. He contrasts the supposed bravery of Khan’s suicide to the “kuffar” (non-Muslims) who are characterised as debauched binge-drinkers who vomit and urinate in the street.
I don't really care for either, but I would rather see a binge-drinker vomit and urinate in the street than a suicide bomber that blows up innocent civilians.
The speech is peppered with jokes that bring laughter from his audience at the Small Heath youth and community centre in Birmingham, where it was filmed last Sunday. At one point he announces dramatically that the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center “changed many people’s lives”. After a pause, he brings the house down by adding: “Especially those inside.”
It really did change everything, because for a few years both Republicans and Democrats were patriotic and supported the military.

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