Don’t get sick. Or watch out for those doctors “of Indian background.”
For pete’s sake. If I were a Hindu doctor in Britain or Australia, I’d be writing to the Times about this. The problem is not Indian doctors, it’s Muslim doctors, and everyone knows it. Evidently the politically correct imperative gives one a license to slur innocent groups — anything to protect the Protected Victims Du Jour, the Muslims.
This, of course, just encourages the Muslim communities in Britain and Australia to continue their denial, half-measures, and obfuscation in the face of jihad terrorism.
Police today raided two hospitals in Western Australia in connection with the failed terrorist plot in Britain.
Detectives have seized computer files and questioned five doctors of Indian background. Four doctors have been released.
Six of the seven suspects arrested in Britain in connection to last week’s failed car bomb plots in London and Glasgow are believed to be overseas doctors, the seventh is a lab technician.
Today’s raids come five days after Mohammad Haneef, an Indian-born doctor who had previously worked at Halton Hospital in Runcorn, Cheshire, became the eighth person to be arrested in connection with the plots when he was held at Brisbane airport in the Australian state of Queensland on Monday. Computer hard drives were also seized in Monday’s operation.
The Australian Federal Police Commissioner, Mick Keelty, said that links to the UK were “becoming more concrete” as detectives begin to examine some 31,000 computer files seized in today’s raids on hospitals in the Western Australia state capital of Perth and the Outback mining town of Kalgoorlie.[…]
Then, for no reason since the article has already told us that the terror investigation is all about Indian doctors, it starts talking about Muslims, trotting out the shoddily evasive new UK Muslim condemnation of terror:
Muslim groups in Britain today launched a campaign to declare that terrorism is “not in our name”. The Muslims United coalition placed advertisements in British national newspapers praising the emergency services as “courageous” and hailing the Government’s “calm and proportionate” reaction to the crisis.
The “not in our name” slogan is a deliberate echo of the slogan used by protesters against the invasion of Iraq.
The ads also quoted the Koran: “Whoever kills an innocent soul, it is as if he killed the whole of mankind. And whoever saves one, it is as if he saved the whole of mankind.”
Organisers set up a website, www.Islamispeace.org.uk, to promote its message.