How long will Muslims and multiculturalists keep saying this? How long will a gullible public keep buying it? When will the denial end about exactly why these bombers are killing themselves and others, and how such bombers are recruited? Is Britain and the West going to play the dhimmi intellectually and morally all the way up to the time that it becomes necessary to assume the dhimmi role not just in metaphor but in reality?
“Concern at rise in racial attacks,” from the BBC, with thanks to Skeetstreet, yet another backlash and nothing-to-do-with-Islam story:
Muslims in the South West are calling for calm following the bomb explosions on 7 July in London.
Police said the number of racist attacks was up since the attack on the capital which left more than 50 dead.
In one incident a 20-year-old Muslim youth received serious head injuries after he was attacked by a group of white youths in Central Park, Plymouth.
Some Senior figures in the Islamic community are warning Muslims to keep a low profile while tensions are so high.
Eleven cases of suspected racist attacks have been reported to Devon and Cornwall’s Police Diversity Unit since 15 July….
Deplorable indeed — although other parts of the story suggest that some of these “racist attacks” (what race are Muslims again?) consist of rude remarks. Read on.
The type of person who is being attacked has also raised concerns in the unit.
PC Simon Hardwick said: “All the victims are of Asian or Muslim description which is unusual. That raises concerns about a backlash.”
The young Muslim attacked in Central Park had his head stamped on by a group of thugs who attacked him near basketball courts.
He is too scared to be identified, but he said he now planned to leave and he would not go out alone anymore….
Sayed Wahid, who owns the Jaipur Palace restaurant in Bretonside, Plymouth, said the atmosphere had changed dramatically since the bombing.
He said: “We have a person stand outside our restaurant with traditional Indian costume and he had never been abused before.
“They stopped the car and said ‘Paki go home’ and other abuse. It is since the bombing in London.”
Golly, that’s terrible. People from among your group blow a few people up, you do little or nothing to head off future attacks, and people start yelling at you. Those British — they’re such racists.
Mr Wahid, former chairman of the Islamic Centre and instrumental in creating the city’s new Mosque in North Road East, said: “I think people should calm down. What happened in London we utterly condemn. This is nothing to do with Islam.”
Sure, Wahid. Sure. But one of the bombers’ family and friends say he was “a good Muslim” who wanted to wage jihad. What about that? Wht would you say to them to convince them of the error of their ways? How come no moderate Muslim has ever come forth with a convincing plan for fighting against the jihad ideology?
One of his daughters said since the bombings there had been an undercurrent of fear and suspicion in Plymouth where there are thought to be about 450 Muslims, including university students.
Wasia Wahid said: “It’s not pleasant at all, especially because I was born in Plymouth and have grown up in Plymouth. My childhood, everything was here.
The bombers grew up in Britain, too. So what?
“But since this has all happened, it doesn’t make you feel comfortable. It makes you feel like you’re a stranger in your own home town. It makes you feel a little bit isolated.”
Her undergraduate sister Shahnaz, who wears a Muslim headscarf, has suffered verbal abuse.
She said: “One young chap who was walking by he actually said, ‘Are you sure you don’t have a bomb on you? No?’. I was actually really stunned.”
Why? How exactly are non-Muslims in Britain or anywhere else supposed to determine whether or not any given Muslim is carrying a bomb? What criteria can they use? What are Muslims in Britain doing to drive those who would carry bombs out of their community?