Don’t arrest us for jihad terror activities, or it will drive us to engage in more jihad terror activities.
From CNN, with thanks to Mackie:
LONDON, England — The leader of Britain’s biggest Muslim organization says trust between police and the community affected by last week’s anti-terrorism raid in east London could break down….
In his first public engagement since his election as Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain, Muhammed Abdul Bari said people were questioning what had taken place.
During a visit to the area on Monday, he said: “The message is the confusion, it’s the frustration and to some extent anger.
“People want to know what exactly happened and about the intelligence — is it genuine information, is it flawed — these are the questions police have to answer as soon as possible.
“Trust could be an issue. Trust could break down if things are not clarified.
“Angry people can do anything, angry people can even feel that they should take the law into their own hands so anger has to be directed into positive action.”
Is that a threat, Bari?
On Monday, Scotland Yard’s Assistant Commissioner Andy Hayman said police had “no choice” but to launch the anti-terror raid as they had been given “specific intelligence” about the address….
However, he said: “It is very important that I emphasize the police did receive specific intelligence.
“We were left with no choice but to act upon that intelligence. Public safety was our top priority.”
No, obviously the sensitivities of Muslims in Britain should have been your top priority, Hayman. Haven’t you read your Multiculturalist Handbook?