The Muslim killer invoked the Qur'an and made specific reference to the Islamic doctrine that one must fight against those who fight against Islam. Cameron, however, along with the British media and government elites, is working in overdrive to exonerate Islam and prevent any serious discussion of the elements of Islamic teaching that incite to violence and encourage Islamic supremacism.
There is nothing in Islam that justifies acts of terror, eh? Well, let's see. The jihadist killed a British soldier on a London street. What exactly about that is un-Islamic?
The Qur'an says, "Fight in the way of Allah those who fight you but do not transgress. Indeed. Allah does not like transgressors" (2:190). That "do not transgress" has often been interpreted by Islamic scholars as meaning, do not begin hostilities. I.e., this verse is a foundation for defensive jihad. But in this case, as the killer himself made clear, he believed that the soldier was fighting Muslims in Islamic lands -- Iraq and Afghanistan. So the soldier was already fighting Muslims, and the killer would have thought that he was not "transgressing" by therefore fighting "in the way of Allah those who fight you" -- i.e., the Muslims.
And how is one to fight them? "And kill them wherever you overtake them and expel them from wherever they have expelled you, and fitnah is worse than killing. And do not fight them at al-Masjid al- Haram until they fight you there. But if they fight you, then kill them. Such is the recompense of the disbelievers" (2:191). "Kill them wherever you overtake them" -- even on, say, a street in Woolwich.
Until British (and American) authorities come to grips with the fact that there is ample Islamic justification for such murders, and stop playing games with their Let's Play Pretend version of Islam, there will be many more such killings.
"Cameron: 'Woolwich was a betrayal of Islam,'" from ITV News, June 3 (thanks to Jerk Chicken):
Speaking to the House of Commons the Prime Minister has said:
"What happened on the streets of Woolwich shocked and sickened us all. It was a despicable attack on a British soldier who stood for our country and our way of life and it was too a betrayal of Islam and of the Muslim communities who give so much to our country.
"There is nothing in Islam that justifies acts of terror and I welcome the spontaneous condemnation of this attack from Mosques and community organisations right across our country."