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Thursday, July 26, 2007

UK - Jihad on Campus

is worse than you think. Not only have the jihadists infiltrated our universitites, they've infiltrated the BBC as well.

"It is, to say the least, unusual in Britain to interview a convicted felon about his crime before he has even been sentenced. Nobody explained why the authorities had permitted an exception in this case, but the Today program gave its prime breakfast time slot at 8:10 a.m. to one of the students, in order that he might explain why the jury had been wrong to convict him. The student was handled very gently by the interviewer, a Muslim woman, who seemed to assume that he was just a kid who had gotten mixed up with the wrong crowd. The interviewer did not challenge the student’s claim that he had not actually seen or read the violent material, including terrorism manuals, found on his computer. Unfortunately for the BBC, the young man did not quite follow its script: he insisted that he still believed he had a duty to fight those who “invaded Muslim lands.”


See how jihad works? They infiltrate our universities, which in turn produces jihad jounalists who then infiltrate the media. To be fair, jihadists don't have to infiltrate the BBC, the BBC openly recruits them, going so far as to hire the editor in chief of al Jazeera to train its editors.

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