A videotaped message from a July 7 jihadist: unless the UK adjusts its foreign policy, there will be more violence. The dhimmis will soon be out in force stating that Blair must do just that in order to restore Peace In Our Time, and not realizing that the jihadists will then just find another pretext and keep coming. From the Telegraph, with thanks to all who sent this in:
It was a chilling warning from the grave, all the more so because of the familiar Yorkshire accent in which it was delivered.
In a testament recorded before his death, Mohammad Sidique Khan, the suicide bomber who blew up himself and six innocent people on a Circle Line train near Edgware Road underground station on July 7, warned his fellow countrymen to expect more death and destruction unless the British Government ceased to take part in the oppression of Muslims.
Seated and wearing a headscarf and anorak, the teaching assistant from west Yorkshire was firm but calm as he spoke, apparently with the aid of a script. “I’m going to keep this short and to the point,” he began.
“Our words are dead until we give them life with our blood. Therefore, we are going to talk to you in a language you understand.”
The “language” involved the deaths of 52 innocent people and the wounding of more than 700 others. Khan, 30, said he expected to be demonised by western propaganda contained in media reports, but that he was nothing more than a soldier fighting an oppressor.
“We are at war and I am a soldier,” he said. “Your democratically elected governments continuously perpetuate atrocities against my people and your support of them makes you directly responsible, just as I am directly responsible for protecting and avenging my Muslim brothers and sisters.
“Until we feel security, you will be our target. Until you stop the bombing, gassing, imprisonment and torture of my people, we will not stop this fight.”
Khan, the respectable family man liked by his neighbours, did not waste his words. His address was only a few minutes long and betrayed no hint of emotion. The date of the video is unknown, but he was true to his word.
The declaration, broadcast on the Arabic network al-Jazeera, was accompanied by footage of Ayman al-Zawahiri, Osama bin Laden’s deputy in al-Qa’eda.
Providing context, he said the bombings were a “slap” in the face of the policies of Tony Blair – a contradiction of the Prime Minister’s assertion that the suicide attacks were not directly linked to British involvement in Iraq.