Just when you think the suicidal pandering of the British Labour government could get no worse comes the news that $70,000 of British taxpayers money has been handed on a silver platter to a radical Islamic website. This grant given only a few weeks before the anniversary of the London 7/7/05 bombings - see the 55 victims here.
This website, Muslimyouth.net carries posts where the writers not only extoll suicide bombings but also praise the beheading of Daniel Pearl and Ken Bigley. Daniel Pearl, a reporter for the Wall St Journal, was beheaded by 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (currently on trial). Ken Bigley, a British engineer working on reconstruction projects in Iraq, was beheaded by the Tawhid and Jihad ("Oneness of God and Jihad") Islamist group, led by Jordanian Abu Musab al-Zarqawi
The web groups rationalizes the hate spewed toward innocent victims of jihad as a "few people venting anger on the site" - but offers no claims of future monitoring of the hate rants. Muslimyouth.com subsequently insists that they would report, any direct terrorist threat posted, to authorities. Is that supposed to make the British people feel better?
The Labour government justifies its gift as a way to talk about the issues. One would logically assume the issues of muslim radicalism and violence against the British people would be the topic?
Of course not!! The group plans on using the money to make a film, ironically enough, on the difficult life and problems muslims are subjected to in Britain.
BY Tom Wells
Muslimyouth.net carries dozens of rants by fanatics on its “support group” site.
One member wrote of suicide missions: “If you can blow dozens of people up at the same time, great, absolutely great.”
And in another vile message a member PRAISED a beheading video of British hostage Ken Bigley.
It said: “I like the beheading videos of the prisoners of war – especially the Daniel Pearl and Ken Bigley one.”
But the Department for Communities and Local Government agreed to fund the group’s film on problems faced by UK Muslims.
A spokesman said: “We can’t prevent violent extremism if we aren’t prepared to talk about the issues.”
VIPs will see the film in London tomorrow, including Cabinet minister Hazel Blears.
Rizwan Hussain, of Muslimyouth. net, said: “We’re conscious of a few people venting anger on our site. If there was a direct threat made we would alert authorities.”
Four suicide bombers killed 52 people in the 2005 7/7 London attacks.