Jamaal Uddin and Ricardo McFarlane are beastly and violent individuals, and explicitly ground the things that make them beastly and violent in Islamic teachings. There will be many more such people, since there is nothing being done to prevent them from arising. Yet discussion of what can be done about these Islamic teachings, and any call to Muslim communities to confront these issues and reform, has been entirely swamped by concern over “Islamophobia.” It is “Islamophobic” to raise such issues, and the only people who raise them are “bigots.” Fine. Watch what Britain will be like in five or ten years, while British authorities energetically work to keep those “Islamophobic bigots” out of the country and to co-opt the ones there into insignificance.
“Islamic converts threatened to ‘kill non-believers’ in vigilante patrol,” by Ben Riley-Smith for the Telegraph, November 11:
Two Islamic converts threatened to stab members of the public and “kill non-believers” as they roamed the streets of east London in the early hours of the morning.
Ricardo McFarlane, 36, and a 23-year-old man who cannot be named for legal reasons joined a self-styled “Muslim Patrol” attempting to impose Sharia Law.
Alongside a ginger-haired white convert called Jordan Horner, 19, the pair confiscated alcohol and berated non-Muslims for their alleged anti-Islamic behaviour as well as uploading YouTube videos criticising inappropriate dress.
The campaign against Western culture came to a head when Horner assaulted two men in Tower Hamlets when the “patrol” confronted them.
Around 4am on January 6 2013 the trio approached a group of five men walking along a street, snatching cans of beer out of their hands and emptying them into the gutter.
Horner asked the group: “Why are you poisoning your body? It is against Islam. This is Muslim Patrol. Kill the non believers.”
As the group started walking away Horner threw punches and made contact with at least two of the men. He and the unnamed 23-year-old also threatened a man and two doctors in two separate incidents which took place between December 2012 and January 2013.
Last month Horner, who wants to bring Sharia law to Britain, pleaded guilty to two charges of assault and two charges of using threatening words and behaviour.
Today the prosecution accepted pleas from MacFarlane to affray and the 23 year-old to using threatening words and behaviour. Both men refused to stand in the dock as they pleaded guilty….
Horner, who changed his name to Jamal Uddin, was jailed for six weeks in July this year for beating up a photographer and causing Â£3,000 of damage to a car in an attack in Walthamstow, east London. He was also seen putting up posters across East London ‘banning’ alcohol.
The 23 year-old has previous convictions for theft and handling stolen goods prior his conversion to Islam and also for using threatening words and behaviour on April 2012.
MacFarlane has previous convictions for criminal damage for painting over advertisements of women in the street….