Pilot projects to root out Islamist extremists grooming young Muslims are being planned for British cities”¦.
Another proposal is a network of local anti-radicalisation forums which would be charged with countering extremist street politics and interpretations of holy texts. — from this article
Suppose a few, or many, young Muslims are carefully shepherded through schools which the British government will monitor from top to bottom. Every textbook, every teacher, will be closely scrutinized. Even tapes of every class will be reviewed so as to make sure that every teacher — Muslims all, of course, in Muslim schools — teaches nothing that would cause pupils to be reminded of certain elements of Islam, including:
1) Islam as a belief-system that regulates all areas of life.
2) The fact that in Islam, the division of the world between Believer and Infidel is permanent, and requires a state of permanent warfare (though not permanent fighting at all times) between Muslims and Infidels.
3) The fact that such permanent warfare is required because Muslims must always work toward expanding the Domain or House of Islam, the Dar al-Islam — that is, those lands where all obstacles to Islam have been removed, and where Islam dominates, and Muslims rule. Therefore they must also constantly shrink the land area still part of Dar al-Harb, the Domain or House of War, where at the moment Infidels still rule and Islam does not yet dominate.
4) The fact that the Qur’an and the Hadith and the Sira are full of passages, or of details from Muhammad’s exemplary life (a life to be emulated by all Muslims) that inculcate the duty of Jihad — that is, the “struggle” to expand the Dar al-Islam. Jihad is a duty for Muslims. It is discussed so often in so many different parts of the Qur’an, but especially in the chronologically later suras, including Sura 9 (the last or second-to-last of those written), that it would be impossible not to find out about it. The Hadith are full of tales of warfare waged by Muhammad on the Unbelievers, which include the killing of the enemy (including those who are bound prisoners), the seizure of their women, and the looting of whatever property or food or goods they had. Then there are the constant statements about war by Muhammad (“war is deception” being one of the best known), so that his sayings, and his deeds, together amount to a Manual of War.
How does Ruth Kelly, how do all the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men — no, make that the Queen’s Horses for now, and All the Queen’s Men — propose to keep Muslims all over Great Britain from finding out about these passages in the Qur’an, the Hadith, the Sira? Will they keep the teachers from meeting with students after school? Will they raid their homes to make sure they haven’t been receiving the real Qur’an unbowdlerized? Oh, would they dare, those British authorities, to put out a heavily-censored “Complete Qur’an,” or a version of the Hadith that is prepared by British bureaucrats? Would they expect this new Hadith collection to take the place of Bukhari’s authoritative collection, or that of Muslim?
Do they think they will be able to prevent Muslim students from talking to all kinds of other Muslims “in the community”? Will they be able to monitor what magazines or newspapers those Muslim students receive at home, or what their parents tell them, or what they can so easily discover, with a single click, about Islam on the Internet?
Will not such a government program merely waste money and hold out naive hope for Infidels that this can be done — that Islam can be censored or twisted or changed so as to make Great Britain, again, safe for its Infidels? Safe, that is, from Muslim malevolence, Muslim menace, Muslim notions of Muslim supremacy and claim to the land. For Muslims do indeed claim it; they believe all the Lands of the Infidels by right belong to them, and it is only a matter of time before those lands do become part of Dar al-Islam. Then there will be nothing else — anywhere! — but Islam, Islam, Islam.