Dispatches: Undercover Mosque

Hear what is being preached in the UK mosques. From Channel 4 in the United Kingdom. A Dispatches reporter attends mosques run by organizations whose public faces are presented as moderate and finds preachers condemning integration into British society, condemning democracy and praising the Taliban for killing British soldiers.



2 thoughts on “Dispatches: Undercover Mosque”

  1. At least under American law, this type of speech – speech made with the intent to incite violence and forment public disorder – is not constitutionally protected and can be prosecuted. British authorities have a duty to protect the public safety of their citizens and should be arresting and deporting radical preachers who advocate terrorism.

    Great Britain, in recent times, has been very proud its successful integration of different cultures and ethnic groups from former Commonwealth nations into British society, all living happily together under progressive, liberal values. The British Empire may be long gone but the fact that the vast majority of people from the Commonwealth nations find some value and possess a measure pride in their connection with British culture represents a huge triumph for the British values. The streets of London may offer the sounds of reggae music or aromas of Indian cooking but those sounds and smells come from people happy for the most part to be British, and who are largely woven into the fabric of modern British society.

    The Muslim radicals who condemn British culture, therefore, represent a dangerous, anamolous presence. Britain has no obligation to keep within its borders dangerous elements who reject the values, undermine the public order and social stability, and attack and threaten the security of their fellow citizens.

  2. Those who wish to gain some insight about Islam from people who have actually left the fold might wish to look here. I’ve always found fundamentalism of any stripe difficult to fathom, with Islamic fanaticism being the most perplexing. Nevertheless, some of the site’s authors shed some clues.

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