Don’t let the door hit ya where Allah subhanahu wa-ta’ala split ya.
They finally crossed the line in their most recent incident involving a member of Parliament, Mike Freer, whom they told in a MAC press release that “you have been targeted” in a planned constituency meeting at a mosque. They went on to allude to the stabbing of another MP, Stephen Timms, by a Muslim woman, Roshonara Choudhry, in a meeting last year, saying it should serve as a “piercing reminder.”
MAC proved itself a clear and present danger: the meeting was invaded, Freer was insulted as a “Jewish homosexual pig” (probably not the exact words) and reportedly had to be moved to another room to ensure his safety.
The group scrubbed that press release from their site and replaced it with one with a softer tone, but the damage had indeed been done. If this behavior, invoking the attempted murder of MP Timms, were rewarded by being allowed to continue, the final result could well be a dead member of Parliament.
The ban is also effective in time to possibly thwart MAC’s planned disruption of Armistice Day observances. But don’t worry about poor “Andy” Chaudary. As far as we know, he’s still raking in Â£25,000 in benefits. He’s reconstituted a banned group under a new name before: MAC was formed after Islam4UK, a re-branding of al-Muhajiroun, was banned, and other prior names appear below.
What will they call themselves next? “Muslims against Crusades banned,” from the Express, November 10 (thanks to all who sent this in):
The organisation Muslims Against Crusades will be banned from operating in the UK from midnight, the Home Secretary has said.
Theresa May said she was satisfied the group was “simply another name for an organisation already proscribed under a number of names” including Al Ghurabaa, The Saved Sect, Al Muhajiroun and Islam4UK.
“The organisation was proscribed in 2006 for glorifying terrorism and we are clear it should not be able to continue these activities by simply changing its name,” she said.
Mrs May said on Thursday: “I have today laid an order which will proscribe Muslims Against Crusades from midnight tonight.
“This means being a member of, or supporting the organisation, will be a criminal offence.”
Anjem Choudary, who describes himself as a press spokesman for the extremist group, said the decision was a “bid by the Government to cover up the truth”.
He said he did not know if a “Hell for Heroes” demonstration against Remembrance commemorations would now go ahead.
Jihad by bad puns has suffered a setback.
Responding to the Government’s announcement, he said: “I think it is an abject failure of democracy and it is a victory for Sharia Muslims. The truth is something the Government would rather silence.”
The demonstration was due to take place outside the Royal Albert Hall, the same location where a poppy was burned last year.
No Muslims Against Crusades members were arrested in the build-up to the announcement from Mrs May.