The BBC has has made it clear it doubts the validity of the arrests and quoted Muslims who clearly couldn't give a shit if the brave Muslim soldier who went to Iraq got beheaded by animals.
'Anger and cynicism'

Police have cordoned off roads around Jackson Road and Foxton Road, in Alum Rock, and Poplar Road and Stratford Road, in Sparkhill.

The BBC's Phil Mackie said there had been some anger and cynicism among locals who had witnessed previous terror raids in the area without anyone being charged.

And? Who gives a fuck? The "locals" who want Sharia law? Any decent societal response would be in utter shock and disgust at the alleged plot. This isn't a fucking communist or totalitarian country whereby the authorities just make things up - FFS

Baswant Kant, who lives in Stratford Road, near the junction with Poplar Road, said about 55 police officers "turned up in white vans" in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

"They went into shops and restaurants along the road - a lot of people got arrested," he said.

Saqib Hussain, of Sparkhill, said he had visited the raided book shop many times and "had never seen any suspicions of terrorist activity".

Mohamed Barber told BBC News his cousin was one of the men arrested in Alum Rock.

"We can vouch for him he is innocent. He doesn't even have time to go to Friday prayers - that's how busy he is," he added.

If any of those arrested turn out to be innocent, this should be made clear
Ayub Pervaz, mosque president

Abdul Ghaffoor, a regular shopper at the general store, said he had never heard politics being discussed in the shop.

Leaders at the Alum Rock Islamic Centre, the main mosque in the area, said the community was shocked at events, but urged calm and appealed to people to co-operate with the police investigation.

Ayub Pervaz, the mosque's president, said: "If people have broken the law they should be brought to justice.

"But we also appeal for no trial by media. If any of those arrested turn out to be innocent, this should be made clear."

Update: Terror arrests on their doorstep

Note: Absolutley no words or accounts from the BBC from the intended victim's family or from the British public in general. Victimhood oozing from the pages.

5 Responses to “Muslim Anger. Because Police tried to stop a Muslim (well he did work for the infidels) being Beheaded”

  1. # Blogger Tu s. Tin

    Not sure how this comment is gonna relate to the post directly, but it's something that has been on my mind as a whole the last few days.
    The sharia law thing is getting way out of control.
    Who did that survey anyhow?
    Seems the more people talk about it the worse it gets!
    and not because they are talking... its how they keep picking sides in a two sided argument.
    once again it is somehow playing in the hands of extremists - making muslims be more muslim?
    I have seen on Islamic forums more and more... the talk of "democracy" being a threat and Godless whimscial free for all? They are starting to point out our flaws in the same way everyone exposses theirs. And just like we want to "free" them from oppression ... they want to "save" us from hell.
    This is one of the reasons I keep saying people need to start seeing individuals and comming together no matter if we all agree on everything down to the very last word or not.
    I want to live in a democracy!!! I do not like someone to give their distorted definition or version of what they think it means to me.
    Someone non-muslims need to start talking to the people in a non "Islam is the enemy" way.
    I'm saying this cause yesterdays news has that idiot hezbollah leading hitler acting all "do goodish" calling for all muslims of the world to stop fighting each other and join in brotherhood against the real enemy, which happenes to be the US and UK of course.... and since The UK is haeding in the "we hate them too" direction, by next year I'm sure the enemy will just be US!

    Please look into "gang" related violence and crime... if you havent ever, and the solutions that both have worked or failed.
    Maybe the equal rights movement too...
    If Hezbollah is smart enough to study society through history at it's worst and put it into action again - in a new and improved combination ... when are we gonna wise up and do the same?  

  2. # Blogger Malcolm

    The arrests are part of a government agenda, according to this chap;
    Central Birmingham Mosque Chairman Dr Mohammed Naseem said Muslims felt "persecuted unjustly" by the government for political ends but urged them to control their anger.
    Speaking outside the mosque, he said the arrests were an example of the government justifying its political agenda.
    "They have invented this perception of a threat," he said. "To justify that, they have to maintain incidents to prove something is going on.
    "There is dismay and people feel they are being persecuted unjustly."

    So nothing to do with any possible criminal acts planned by anyone who may or may not be associated with a religion he happens to follow.  

  3. # Blogger jonz

    Thanks Malcolm. Exasperating isn't it..  

  4. # Blogger Rebel Radius


    "When we are weak,
    We appeal to you for "Liberty" and for "Freedom,"
    Because these are Your principles.

    When we are Strong,
    We shall deny you these,
    Because they are not OUR principles."  

  5. # Blogger Old Peculier

    Baswant Kant

    Any relation of Fukhan Kant, or Bunting Cant?  

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