UK: Muslim charged with misunderstanding Islam, possessing jihad terror material

He had a document entitled, “39 Ways to Serve and Participate in Jihad.” Clearly, then, he is a Misunderstander of Islam, for as we all know (and according to this ridiculous piece in the University of North Carolina student newspaper about our AFDI anti-jihad ads), jihad is “internal struggle that a Muslim experiences as they attempt to live their lives in accordance with Islam.”

“Since lawful warfare is essentially jihad and since its aim is that the religion is God’s entirely and God’s word is uppermost, therefore according to all Muslims, those who stand in the way of this aim must be fought.” — Ibn Taymiyya — much more on the real doctrine of jihad here.

“UK man from Birmingham charged with terrorist offenses,” from the Associated Press, November 5 (thanks to all who sent this in):

LONDON “” Police say a 44-year-old man has been charged in Britain with possessing information useful for preparing an act of terrorism.

West Midlands Police said Mohammed Benares of Birmingham is set to appear in court on Nov. 19 charged with three offenses under the Terrorism Act.

Police said Monday he has been granted conditional bail.

Oh, that’s wise.

He was first arrested in March after allegedly being found with a document called “39 Ways to Serve and Participate in Jihad.”

Police said many electronic files were analyzed before the charges were filed.

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Comments

  1. says

    What the frig is conditional bail ?????
    Are you people nut’s, you know what; just go out and buy your prayer rug now.
    Hey, how about the files you didn’t see, maybe he was at the lower end of the cell,If this wasn’t a serious matter I’d be rollin on the floor laughing.

  2. says

    Conditional bail entails being released to live in the community on certain conditions which may mean reporting at a police station one a day or once a week, or possibly being at home from say 8 p.m to 8 a.m or being forbidden to associate with certain people or not travel more than say 5 miles from one’s home etc. A person on conditional bail is under some form of supervision, but if they have a job may thereby work and support themselves and not be a burden in the community.

  3. says

    John, I think it’s safe to say that Birmingham is seriously alarmed by the amount of jihad activity in the area. We didn’t ask to have a legalised sharia tribunal shoved under our noses, but what is more likely to incite terrorism?

    However, we have to allow certain human rights, such as conditional bail, because most of us don’t want to rule Birmingham in the sharia way – or, for that matter, in the Neo-Nazi white supremacist way.

    If the police witness anything over the next fortnight that they can pin on Mohammed Benares, I certainly hope they will be investigating. But until a legally convened jury hears the evidence and declares him guilty – he is legally innocent.

  4. says

    Diana; Thank you for your post.

    I’m learning more each day; I’m thankful for that.

    BUT; These evil scum know this about the law and who’s to say by this action, they have learned more. For me; if it walks like a duck and quack’s like a duck: Then it’s a duck.They can’t say that this clown went to local book store or library and obtained that information.

    I can’t even imagine what the law enforcement establishment has to face everyday, and even more our Brave Men and Women at the front lines.

    Thanks again Diana and Keep Safe !!!!!!