Somehow this Muslim police employee had gotten the crazy, Islamophobic notion that Islamic law and British law were not compatible. Meanwhile, yet another convert to Islam misunderstands his new, peaceful religion, and yet everyone nonetheless continues happily believing the Orwellian lies the mainstream media and Western governments purvey. More on this story. “White Muslim one of six arrested over “˜terror plot,'” by Tom Whitehead, Martin Evans and Sam Marsden for the Telegraph, July 5 (thanks to John):
White Muslim convert Richard Dart and a former police community support officer were among six people arrested for allegedly plotting a terror attack in Britain.
Richard Dart, 29, is a white Muslim convert who featured in a BBC documentary last year filmed by his own brother about his conversion.
A former PCSO and two of his brothers, who were living just over a mile from the Olympic site in Stratford, were also among those detained during the police and MI5 operation to prevent a suspected terror assault….
The Daily Telegraph understands the police moved over fears that a group had obtained a sword which could potentially be used in a terrorist attack.
Mr Dart, 29, the son of Dorset teachers, featured in a BBC documentary last year filmed by his own brother about his conversion. During the film, called My Brother the Islamist, he was seen protesting about British soldiers in Afghanistan and accused them of being “murderers”.
He also called for Sharia law to be established in Britain, as well as saying that one of his friends used to be “in the police”, but is not any more. Mr Dart has changed his name to Salahuddin al Britani.
Salahuddin comes from the medieval leader who drove King Richard I from Jerusalem during the Crusades.
It emerged last year that the former BBC security guard was living off state benefits in a luxury flat in Mile End, east London.
Anjem Choudary said he had converted Mr Dart but had not been in contact with him for more than a year.
The six, which included one woman, were arrested on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism after police raids during the early hours of Thursday, July 5.
Neighbours in Stratford said one of the brothers was Jahangir Alom, 26, who served as a former Metropolitan community support officer between May 2007 and September 2009. He is understood to also go under the name of Abu Khalid.
In 2010, Mr Khalid appeared in a YouTube video to say why he had stopped being a PCSO and had become an Islamic fundamentalist.
In the film he explains that he realized he was leading a “misguided” life after meeting with some “brothers”. He said as a PCSO he was involved in stop and searches and that he now realised he was “implementing kuffur (enemies of Islam) law on the streets of London”.
Kuffar means infidels, not enemies of Islam.
The other two brothers arrested are understood to be Mohammed Alomgir, 24, and Moybur Alom, 18. Mr Alomgir was hit with a police Taser during the arrests but did not require hospital treatment….
In Stratford, another neighbour said that the three brothers had been “getting more religious throughout the years”. Another said he was “confused” because the “big one” used to be a PCSO, so the events had left him “very surprised”….