The jihad network is international and found in every Western country. It thus calls for a coordinated international response, particularly from the Western governments that instead have not even admitted the nature of the threat itself.
Note also how CagePrisoners played the Muslim Victimhood Card with one of the jihadis who was just arrested for the mass-murder plot against the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
“British links to Mumbai-style machinegun plot,” by Duncan Gardham in the Telegraph, January 5 (thanks to Benedict):
Suspected terrorists arrested on their way to launch a Mumbai-style machinegun attack on a Danish newspaper had links with a network in Britain it can be disclosed.
Three men were arrested last week with a submachine gun, silencer and ammunition in the boot of their car after traveling from Sweden to Denmark to launch attacks in which they apparently planned to raid the offices of the newspaper and kill as many people as possible.
The arrested men are thought to have links with two men in Derby who were part of a network run by al-Qaeda mastermind Ilyas Kashmiri, one of the world’s most wanted men….
However CagePrisoners, a British group campaigning for Muslim prisoners, used one of the figures arrested in the alleged Danish plot, Munir Awad, as a case-study for unjust imprisonment after he was arrested on separate trips to Somalia and Pakistan.
CagePrisoners, which is supported by the Joseph Rowntree trust and Amnesty International, has previously helped publicise the work of Anwar al-Awlaki, a senior figure with al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsular.