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UK a laboratory for a brand of Islam.   Middle East conundrum

Started 9-Feb by NYCKGB; 723 views.
NYCKGB

From: NYCKGB

9-Feb

How the United Kingdom has been a laboratory for a brand of Islam.

Pakistanis get radicalised after migrating to the UK.

Their children get radicalised growing up in labour-class communities where Islam is practiced in more intense forms. One such “transformed” person was Al-Muhajiroun’s founder, Anjum Chaudhry, of Pakistani origin, who is now in jail.

On November 29, 2019, five people were stabbed on the London Bridge. The attacker, Usman Khan, had been released from prison in 2018 “on licence”. A known extremist boasting ISIS and Al-Muhajiroun flags at the age of 15 didn’t alarm the authorities enough then. Khan’s hatred was British-born, though, and unrelated to Pakistan.

Pakistanis get radicalised after migrating to the UK. Their children get radicalised growing up in labour-class communities where Islam is practiced in more intense forms. One such “transformed” person was Al-Muhajiroun’s founder, Anjum Chaudhry, of Pakistani origin, who is now in jail. The son of a taxi driver, Khan was his disciple when he was arrested in 2010. It is said that Khan was affected by the bullying he got from his schoolmates. He was ultimately shot dead after the London Bridge stabbings but not before a section of the Indian media linked him to Pakistan, where religious extremism is rampant. The British media, however, knew better: Muslim extremism grows out of the melting pot of extremist Islam in Britain.

Written by Khaled Ahmed

Updated: February 8, 2020 1:06:08 pm

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https://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/columns/the-radical-expat-islamic-state-pakistan-terrorism-london-bridge-attack-6256654/

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  • Edited 09 February 2020 6:58  by  NYCKGB
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BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

9-Feb

NYCKGB said:

Pakistanis get radicalised after migrating to the UK. Their children get radicalised growing up in labour-class communities where Islam is practiced in more intense forms. One such “transformed” person was Al-Muhajiroun’s founder, Anjum Chaudhry, of Pakistani origin, who is now in jail.

You cannot have it both ways - the (unknown) book you're promoting elsewhere in here says the problem is within Pakistan.

Now you're claiming it gets worse when the same people settle in the UK.

Which one is it?

NYCKGB

From: NYCKGB

9-Feb

The author reconnaissance is Khaled Ahmed he is from Pakistani roots living away the warzones because his throat might be chopped!

Khaled Ahmed, Consulting Editor Daily Times and The Friday Times, with a 30-year career in journalism, has written on the ideology and politics of Pakistan. From 1991 to 1993 he was one of the founder members of Indo-Pak Neemrana Dialogue, track-two diplomacy.

https://www.libertybooks.com/index.php?route=product/author&author_id=15686

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TAB00GA

From: TAB00GA

9-Feb

Almost every day there are terrorist attacks in the west!!

Scotland Yard said officers will be back at the scene of the attack on Sunday to hand out leaflets appealing for information about what happened, as detectives continue their investigation. More than 100 witnesses have been identified and more than 250 exhibits have been seized, with officers having also reviewed hours of CCTV footage and searched an address in Streatham and Bishop's Stortford in Hertfordshir

It came 10 days after he was freed automatically halfway through a jail sentence, handed down in December 2018 for possessing and distributing terrorist documents. Police will return to Streatham a week after two people were stabbed by a convicted terrorist who was under surveillance. Sudesh Amman was shot dead by officers in Streatham High Road, south London, last Sunday after the 20-year-old grabbed a knife from a shop and used it to attack two bystanders.

Streatham terror attack: Police to return to scene to step up appeal for information

Police will be back on the scene of where Sudesh Amman stabbed two bystanders before being shot dead by officers.

Sunday 9 February 2020 04:15, UK

https://news.sky.com/story/streatham-terror-attack-police-to-return-to-scene-to-step-up-appeal-for-information-11929765

  • Edited 09 February 2020 13:22  by  TAB00GA
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BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

10-Feb

NYCKGB said:

Pakistanis get radicalised after migrating to the UK. Their children get radicalised growing up in labour-class communities where Islam is practiced in more intense forms. One such “transformed” person was Al-Muhajiroun’s founder, Anjum Chaudhry, of Pakistani origin, who is now in jail. .... The author reconnaissance is Khaled Ahmed he is from Pakistani roots living away the warzones because his throat might be chopped! 

You cannot have it both ways - the (unknown) book you're promoting elsewhere in here says the problem is within Pakistan.

Now you're claiming it gets worse when the same people settle in the UK.

Which one is it?

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

10-Feb

TAB00GA said:

Almost every day there are terrorist attacks in the west!!

If we want to stop terrorism then we need to stop doing it.

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funiki

From: funiki

10-Feb

As we all pretty well know that were no radical sectarian split or aggression in these regions they called Pakistan now; whilst the Indian and British ruling

All of the contemporary radical religious (Death Cult) concern and troubles within the Pakistani society are deeply linked with Afghan conflict. It is known that the region was the quite peaceful the world.

TAB00GA

From: TAB00GA

22-Feb

Who's 'we' in your part of the world?

You keep saying "we" I'm not American, I'm Canadian from African premium roots! maple_leaf

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

6-Mar

TAB00GA said:

I'm Canadian from African premium roots!

I thought you'd been attacking Afghanistan for no reason atall for 18 years as well.

TAB00GA

From: TAB00GA

11-Mar

Did you ever see me attacking anyone? hushed

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