Sunday, January 21, 2007

Omar Bakri says Muslim police will revolt


According to Omar Bakri Mohammed, moderate British Muslims in the police, Armed Forces and Civil Service will one day revolt against the system to "crush it from within".

Aren’t they already doing that in the police force? I blogged about it last year after it was revealed that Muslim police officers are ten times more corrupt than white officers. Maybe it has already started?

6 comments:

Will B said...

For me, that report has little to no cred. Why? Because it compared Muslims to white people.

Islam isn't a race and you can be white and still Muslim.

It's a nonsence to suggest otherwise.

dizzyfatplonka said...

A female muslim copper refused to shake hands with a male college, so I read on the Barnsley nats blog
the armed forces are the most worrying concern though, especially with muslims being fasttracked into positions such as admirals in the navy, as one such muslim is known to be ion such a position.

alanorei said...

It is the jihad of deception. Once in positions of power, e.g. the police force, Muslims of whatever race can then engage in more aggressive forms of jihad, especially when they know that their superiors are too cowardly to oppose them.

Britain is still part of Dar-al-Harb to genuine Muslims, The House of War.

See Slavery, Terrorism & Islam, p 41ff, by Peter Hammond, long-term missionary to the Sudan, where the Arab Muslims in government are still committed to genocide against the black Nubian Christians, in what is both a racial and religious war.

youdontknowme said...

For me, that report has little to no cred. Why?Because it compared Muslims to white people.

Islam isn't a race and you can be white and still Muslim.


It was comparing muslims to none muslim white people.

Its a fact found by looking at all the corrupt cops. How can it lack credibility?

Will B said...

If it can't even get terms and comparisions right, then how can we expect anything else in the document to be right?

youdontknowme said...

Maybe because its based on fact? Maybe you can use the freedom of information act to find out information on corrupt police then you can analyse it?