Can Britain get more insane? Apparently there is no bottom. What were the 9/11 hijackers? Methodists? Did they suddenly stop being Muslim the moment they began planning their spectacular act of jihad violence?
The 9/11 plotters Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Walid bin Attash, Ramzi bin al-Shibh, Ammar al-Baluchi, and Mustafa al Hawsawi wrote: “We ask to be near to God, we fight you and destroy you and terrorize you. The Jihad in god’s cause is a great duty in our religion.”
They thought they were Muslims.
9/11 hijacker Mohamed Atta reminded himself to “shout, ‘Allahu Akbar,’ because this strikes fear in the hearts of the non-believers.”
He thought he was Muslim.
The idea that it is somehow wrong or incorrect to say that the 9/11 terrorists were Muslims is a big shell game played upon Infidels, to intimidate them into thinking that they must not state the obvious, or that the obvious must not be true, and to reinforce the idea that Islam must never be subjected to criticism. And in Britain, the Infidels happily play along. The police were called. Does no one on the Sceptered Isle have any sense of shame anymore, and any ordinary common sense? No one? Not a single solitary soul?
“Police called in after teacher cites 9/11 to rebuke pupils in homophobia row but calls attackers Muslims rather than terrorists,” by Ian Gallagher and Abul Taher, Mail On Sunday, November 20, 2022 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
A teacher has been dragged into an extraordinary Islamophobia row after citing 9/11 while rebuking pupils for clashing with a gay Muslim campaigner.
The campaigner, Khakan Qureshi, was invited to Wood Green Academy in Wednesbury, West Midlands, last week to share his experience of coming out.
But in a testy Q&A exchange with sixth-formers, Mr Qureshi faced hostile questioning, with one student asking: ‘Do you agree that being gay and Muslim is wrong?’, and he later received death threats.
Angry at the way Mr Qureshi was treated, the teacher later lectured pupils on tolerance.
But it resulted in a furious backlash when he was filmed referring to the September 11 attackers as Muslims rather than terrorists.
In his rebuke, the teacher said: ‘We live in a diverse and tolerant country. We are tolerant of different religions. Twenty-one years ago a group of Muslims smashed aeroplanes into buildings to kill thousands of people. At that stage people stood up and said, “No, we must not condemn Muslims for what a few have done.”
‘Because we are a tolerant society, and that means we may not like some things that you say but you do have the right to say them.’
Police are now investigating death threats and online abuse received by Mr Qureshi. The school is understood to have reported the incident to the counter-extremism programme, Prevent, and – with tensions running high – is liaising with community leaders.
The school serves a large and diverse area of the West Midlands and about half its students are Muslim. A complaint sent to the school by hundreds of pupils and parents said: ‘Why did he use the word Muslims as opposed to terrorists?
‘He has linked terrorism directly to Muslims and Islam. His tone is extremely aggressive and I struggle to understand how this is considered appropriate behaviour.’ Last night, the teacher declined to comment.
Mr Qureshi, 52, told the MoS that a ‘few hard-core’ pupils did not even let him finish his talk before asking him a barrage of questions. He said that he gave a similar talk in 2020 about being gay and Muslim and was received warmly by pupils.
But this time, he was warned by teachers that he might face a more hostile audience as a number of Muslim pupils had moved to the Academy from a local faith school.
Mr Qureshi said: ‘They kept on saying that you cannot be gay and Muslim, because that contradicts the Qur’an.’…
The school said in a statement: ‘A number of videos are currently being circulated on social media which shows a member of our staff addressing students… While the school has yet to conclude its review of this matter, it is clear that some of the videos have been cropped… We apologise for any upset or distress that has been caused by this incident.’
West Midlands police said: ‘We are working with the school and looking into the content of the videos.’