Muslims preaching hatred and intolerance in British madrassas, while the dhimmi authorities idly stand by. “Hate-India campaign by British muslim radicals,” from Asian Tribune, with thanks to Andy:
Britain has suddenly realised that radicalism has made deep inroads among its young Muslims. That would not have come as a surprise to Her Majesty”s government if it had cared to take a serious view of some of the patently objectionable and unacceptable activities of the people who have been preaching hate and intolerance in the island nation for quite some time and also listened to some voices from India. It is hardly a secret in the UK that the most radicalised section among its Muslims citizens are people of Pakistani origin, followed closely by those who trace their roots to Bangladesh, formerly known as East Pakistan.
India has reasons to be concerned about this phenomenon and, in fact, New Delhi should take up the matter with London without any delay. Much to the resentment of the Muslim community as a whole, the Madrassas in the UK have attracted a lot of adverse publicity lately. They are thought to be the main recruiting grounds for Islamists and jehadis who have now brought their terrorist activities to the very heart of the country.
There are about 1000 Madrassas, most of them attached to the mosques, where they impart Islamic history and jurisprudence and teach languages like Urdu and Arabic. Going by the London police claims now, quite a few Madrassas obviously expand their curriculum to include preaching hatred to the young and impressionable pupils.
The clerics in these mosques run schools are often imported from Pakistan, presumably after they have been “˜cleared” by the ISI. The Muslims from India have kept a remarkable distance from the activities of the extremists. Post-Godhra the “˜imported” preachers and British advocates of hate and terrorism are targeting the Gujrati Muslim youth in Britain to become the “˜pioneer” batch of Indian mercenaries of death.
It therefore comes as no surprise that “˜hate India” lessons form an essential part of the British Madrassa curriculum. Pictures from Kashmir with provocative captions adorn the walls. The “˜serene surroundings” of the Dal Lake are shown as being surrounded by “˜600,000” Indian soldiers, a patent Pakistani propaganda. Gun-totting Indian troops are depicted as harassing ordinary Kashmiris by stopping and searching them in bazaars. A Kashmiri youth’s funeral is shown with a perversity that is common in the Pakistani media: “˜one more added to the genocide,”
Of course, there is plenty of ammunition against the West and posters exhort the youth to join the Jehad. Some posters carry “˜interesting” messages: “˜Show Allah what he loves to see from jehad”. “˜Hurry to rescue your brothers in al-Fallujah and eliminate your rulers if they stand in your way” and “˜to die for the sake of Allah is better than life and what it contains.”
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