He said it.
That is, Sheikh Abdullah al-Faisal, just deported from the UK, said it. But no one will dare to examine the implications of his statement.
“Profile: Sheikh Abdullah al-Faisal,” from the BBC, with thanks to Kate:
Muslim cleric Sheikh Abdullah al-Faisal, who has been deported from the UK to Jamaica, was jailed in 2003 for soliciting the murder of Jews and Hindus.
Al-Faisal spent years travelling the UK preaching racial hatred urging his audience to kill Jews, Hindus and Westerners.
The imam called on impressionable teenage boys to learn how to use rifles, fly planes and use missiles to kill “all unbelievers”.
In return for becoming martyrs, he promised them the reward of a place in paradise.
He did this in accord with Qur’an 9:111, which promises Paradise to those who “kill and are killed” for Allah.
One of the 7 July London suicide bombers, Germaine Lindsay, was heavily influenced by him, according to the Home Secretary John Reid….
In his tape Jihad, the father-of-four told Muslim women to raise their children “with the jihad mentality” by giving them toy guns.
In the tape recorded after 11 September, he said: “The way forward is the bullet. Our motto is ‘might is right'”.
In another tape – Rules of Jihad – thought to have been recorded before 11 September, he said Jihad had been declared against India.
“You are only allowed to use nuclear weapons in that country which is 100% unbelievers,” he said.
But throughout the trial he denied he had intended to incite people to violence.
Instead he argued his talks came from the Koran and if he was on trial so was the holy text.