Wednesday, July 20, 2005

The men who blame Britain

It does not matter that these men blame us. The only question now is whether we are so weak as to blame ourselves.

Let's assume for one weak moment, that all the criticisms voiced by Omar Bakri Mohammed, Ken Livingstone, Imam Ibrahim Mogra, Sir Iqbal Sacranie, Sheikh Omar Bakri Mohammed, and Anjem ("The real terrorists are the police") Choudary are true. Let's assume these loyal citizens are sincerely identifying dangers to their nation. It is still the case that no errors of judgement in foreign policy; no unfortunate alliances in old wars; no mistakes in policing Muslim communities, can justify the murder of innocents. Still less can it justify treason, which is what was committed in London by four British citizens of the Muslim faith who took up arms against their homeland.

Telegraph | News | The men who blame Britain

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