How is it that this convert to Islam came to believe that murdering Infidels by the hundreds would please Allah? Why didn’t anyone in the Muslim community explain to her that this idea represented a drastic Misunderstanding of Islam? Why does no one ask these questions, despite the fact that these Misunderstanders of Islam keep proliferating? Why does no non-Muslim authority ever call Muslim communities to account for doing nothing about this “radicalization”? Why does no non-Muslim authority ever determine that non-Muslims are going to have to fight this “radicalization” themselves and enforce their own laws before it’s too late? “Fugitive Samantha Lewthwaite – the ‘white widow’ of 7/7 – writes chilling online blog,” from the Sunday Mirror, July 1 (thanks to Pamela Geller):
The widow of one of the 7/7 bombers is writing a chilling web diary while on the run from police after being named as the prime suspect for a deadly terror attack in Kenya.
In the haunting blog, Samantha Lewthaite, whose husband Jermaine Lindsay blew up a Piccadilly Line train during the London attacks in 2005, says “fear can make you do many things” and warns she faces “many more challenges” in the months ahead.
Her blog Fears and Tears: the Confessions of a Female Muhajid is the first time Lewthaite, 28, has made any attempt to communicate with the outside world since she fled to Africa.
Its emergence comes amid a worldwide search for Lewthwaite — dubbed the “White Widow” — as she is hunted over claims she took part in a grenade attack in Kenya which killed three football fans watching the Italy versus England Euro 2012 game in a bar last Sunday.
Just three days before the blast she posted a lengthy message on her blog admitting she had “no regrets” about converting to Islam and waging Jihad.
She wrote: “My decision to revert to Islam is the most precious gift that my maker has bestowed upon me.
Samantha Lewthwaite with a friend Party snap: Samantha with a friend before she became an Islamic extremist
“From a previous life of sin and worshiping of worldly things I have lived for many years now as Muslim content with serving Allah with the knowledge that I have a place in Jannah [Paradise].”
Her rambling message goes on: “Like many revertees I have been tested and challenged but each time Allah has guided me towards the right path and ensured my faith in my religion remains constant.
“During the month of April and May I faced a great challenges (sic). Some friends have told me I have over-reacted because I”m a woman and weak.
“Yes, I am woman but I am woman who believes in Jihad and supremacy of Islam.
“With all this pressure I broke down in tears… Jihad is an obligation that we must accept — so today I”m over my fear and my tears are dry.”
The extraordinary diary has appeared on the website of the Muslim Youth Center — the Kenyan arm of Islamic militant group Al-Shabaab. On the morning of the attack in Kenya a message was posted on the site saying: “BOOM!!! Mujahideen making music.”
Hints about an attack were also posted on the MYC”s Twitter account, saying: “Tick tock there goes the count-down for the kuffar…”
It appeared alongside an image of a woman Hamas fighter brandishing an assault rifle.
Lewthwaite, originally from Aylesbury, Bucks, has been on the run since last year when police foiled a plot to blow up Western hotels in Mombasa.
She was charged in December with plotting to kill hundreds of British tourists after police found weapons and a bomb-making factory in her safe house, which also acted as a makeshift bank for the group.
Lewthwaite was released and is thought to have taken refuge in Somalia before her return to Kenya. In March the MYC announced that they were helping to shield her. Then, last week, officials in Africa said the mother of three was spotted near the nightclub targeted in the bomb attack.
A grenade was thrown into the Jericho Beer Garden, which was packed with tourists watching England play Italy. A young boy was among the three dead.
University dropout Lewthwaite is being hunted by the CIA, Kenyan police and Scotland Yard, which has a team in Nairobi to assist with the search….