Wednesday, December 05, 2007

UK - BBC 'took 21/7 Muslim terrorist trainers paintballing'

and failed to notify police of their terror connections.

"Nasreen Suleaman, a researcher on the programme, told the court that Mr Hamid, 50, contacted her after the July 2005 attack and told her of his association with the bombers. But she said that she felt no obligation to contact the police with this information. Ms Suleaman said that she informed senior BBC managers but was not told to contact the police."

She felt "no obligation to contact police" even though she and the BBC knew what motivated them to go paintballing. Of the 7/7 Muslim terrorists, the BBC had this to say.

"The men used to spend time paintballing, trips that would take place immediately after watching extremely violent videos depicting Muslim suffering around the world."

What would motivate Suleaman to cover up for these British born Muslim terrorists of Pakistani descent? Possibly because she, like them, is a British born Muslim of Pakistani descent. Now you know why she "felt no obligation" to inform Police of their terror connections. Working for the BBC helps explain that as well.

How ironic that Suleaman wrote this BBC report.

"The police are considering proposals to share intelligence and information with Muslims before launching anti-terror operations. "

This isn't the only instance of Suleaman supporting jihadists. In this BBC report Suleaman defends the wearing of the veil.

"There are roughly two schools of thought, one which says that it is obligatory and another that believes it is highly recommended but ultimately a matter of personal choice. "

Remember now, Suleaman is not merely a Muslim, she is a researcher as well. Me? I'm merely a blogger and even I know that Islamic scholars agree the veil is not obligatory under Islam. In fact, it's not in the Koran and is in fact banned in several Muslim countries as a radical political statement. The BBC itself reported that British Muslim scholars agree there is no obligation under Islam to wear the veil.

"Dr Abdul Bary Mailk, president of the Bradford and Leeds Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, said wearing the full face veil, or niqab, was not an obligation under Islam. "

As for the BBC, it has a long history of supporting jihadists.

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