Where did he get the idea that Sharia should be imposed in the UK? Aren’t we supposed to believe, on pain of charges of “Islamophobia,” that no Muslims in the UK want Sharia? Where did he get these ideas? What are imams in the UK doing to make sure that more converts to Islam don’t misunderstand their new, peaceful religion the way Jamal Uddin does? Why, nothing. But no one seems to care about the implications of that.
A white Muslim convert who vowed to bring Sharia law to the UK has been jailed for six weeks for beating up a photographer.
Jordan Horner, who changed his name to ÂJamal Uddin, also laid into a car, causing Â£3,000 of damage.
Horner, 19, had earlier said he Âbelieved Osama bin Laden was a hero who had gone to heaven and that British Âsoldiers should burn in hell.
He converted after being approached leaving a pub and was later seen putting up posters across East ÂLondon “banning” alcohol.
Speaking of his previous life and friends he said: “I don’t talk to any of them now.
“I have deleted their numbers from my phone and want nothing to do with them.
“As Muslims you can’t integrate with non-believers because their way of life is completely opposite – I would rather give up my friends and family than give up on Allah.
“Why would I miss people who choose to live in such an evil way with no respect? I just feel sadness for them.”
“O believers, take not your fathers and brothers to be your friends, if they prefer unbelief to belief; whosoever of you takes them for friends, those “” they are the evildoers. Say: “If your fathers, your sons, your brothers, your wives, your clan, your possessions that you have gained, commerce you fear may slacken, dwellings you love “” if these are dearer to you than Allah and His Messenger, and to struggle in His way, then wait till Allah brings His command; Allah guides not the people of the ungodly” (Qur’an 9:23-24).
“A year ago I was doing what teenagers do – living a bad lifestyle, drinking, smoking, seeing girls. I was getting into trouble with the police.
“Then one evening, I met a brother who said there was another path I could take in life.
“When I spoke to him he had all the answers to the problems in my life and all my concerns.”
He was jailed for criminal damage and assault over the attack in Walthamstow, East London, after a hearing at Newham Magistrates ÂCourt.