Thursday, January 27, 2011

Fatwa against Theresa May: Police investigate Islamic Group, do them for repeated littering for a start, Keep Britain tidy!

Dear All

When the Tories were striving to win outright victory at the Westminster Election, their top team gave up their second jobs.

People like William Hague were coining in a fortune on the after dinner speaking circuit.

However, it seems that I missed something!

Theresa May has a second job 'for the abduction, kidnapping and false imprisonment' of various radical clerics.

Is this a real second job or just a hobby?

And how did she hear about this?

Is there a radical ‘abduction, kidnapping and false imprisonment’ monthly magazine on sale?

It seems that Posters have been stuck up issuing a fatwa against Theresa May in South London, prompting an investigation by Scotland Yard.

A fatwa be interpreted as an incitement to kill, and is an order issued by scholars in the Islamic faith.

If it is a second job then surely the tax office up her arse would be a better solution.

Anyway the Metropolitan Police are seeking the source of the Wild West-style posters.

Straightaway they can do the people involved on littering under the Environmental Protection Act 2000.

The posters were stuck up at the same time as the Home Secretary announced in Parliament yesterday controversial reforms of control orders for terrorism suspects.

Controls orders are be ‘watered’ down to surveillance and other measures.

A link on the posters directs people to a website which states:

“The current reality of Muslims living in Britain has unfortunately become very bleak; what was initially perceived by some, to be a malicious smear campaign against the Muslim community has now turned into something far more sinister”.

A bit like the situation facing the working class?

“Subsequently, as a response to this extremely critical situation and having been left with no other alternative, a Fatwa has been launched against the head of internal affairs and national security, Theresa May”.

Internal affairs, has she a Lord Strathclyde history?

“We understand the seriousness of this religious verdict, and will be releasing further information in due course.”
Hurry up!

The website specifies high-profile Muslims such as Khalid al Fawwaz, 48, a Saudi Arabian with links to Osama Bin Laden.

He is currently fighting extradition to the U.S. on allegations of terrorism, not keen to face the ‘enemy’ then?

And it also defends hook-handed cleric Sheikh Abu Hamza, another awaiting extradition to the U.S.

Abu Qatadah, another candidate for a free holiday in America is also named as 'a loving father and an ailing elderly man'.

The group which issued the posters says there will be a press conference in Central London next week to explain the details of the fatwa.

Abu Bakr, a 27-year-old adult learning teacher and spokesman for the group, denied the fatwa was a physical threat against the Home Secretary.

Well, let’s see what a jury decides.

He said:

“Perhaps 10 years ago people were confused about what a fatwa is but now so many have been issued that I think most people realise what they are. A fatwa is an answer to a question, and it could relate to a political question or even a marital problem. The contents of the fatwa can't be revealed until the press conference. But we have Muslims such as Khalid al Fawwaz who have been held in prison for 12 years without charge or evidence against them. What we want to do is ask Muslims if a situation like this is allowed in Islam? Should we vote for someone like Theresa May and what relationship should we have with a government like this. For someone like Abu Hamza there doesn't seem to be any hope for them, even though they are not accused of any crimes. Secret evidence is used against them in these situations and there seems to be one rule for Muslims and another rule for others. We are not really an organisation as such, more of a community group that has come together to raise questions about these issues because something needs to be done about it.”

Well the ‘community’ group can be done with littering for a starter for ten!

The posters have been spotted on phone boxes, bus shelters and walls in Balham and Tooting and are being treated 'as graffiti' by Wandsworth Council.

Wandsworth Council has a no tolerance policy!

And should be billing Abu Bakr!

The most noticeable Fatwa was issued against the author Sir Salman Rushdie issued by Iran's Ayatollah Khomenei in 1989 after the publication of his book Satanic Verses.

Rushdie was forced to go into hiding and given round-the-clock protection from armed police for nine years.

The order, which urged all 'zealous Muslims' to execute the author, was lifted in 1998.

However, he recently revealed that he receives a reminder every year from Iranian extremists that they still want to kill him.

The author said the threat comes in the form of a 'sort of Valentine's Day' card each February 14th.

You would think that as the Tories/ Lib Dems are reforming controls orders which benefit the Muslim Community, they would be grateful.

Instead they are wandering about littering the streets of Wandsworth, Keep Britain tidy, use the bins.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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