Muslim Radical: Muslims Innocent, Infidels are Fair Game

March 7, 2012   ·   By   ·   1 Comments

Anjem Choudary

Anjem Choudary (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

For those who have been fooled by the talk from the Left about the “religion of peace,” this interview with Anjem Choudary should remove any remaining doubt for any rational person.

Anjem Choudary is a British lawyer and one of the founders of the terrorist-backing group Al-Muhajiroun. He thinks the 911 terrorist attacks which slaughtered nearly 3,000 Americans was a good thing, and promotes Shariah law for Britain.

Do you see how radical Muslims and apologists for Islamic extremists can say that Muslim terrorists don’t kill innocent people?  They don’t kill Muslims (well, not much anyway, and only the Muslims that collaborate with infidels, and the ones that get in the way of slaughtering infidels), so that means they don’t kill innocent people, because only Muslims are innocent.  All others are traitors to Allah and are thus fair game.

We also see why we hear so little condemnation for terrorist acts from the Muslim community. As Choudary says, as a Muslim he cannot condemn his Muslim brother, no matter what that Muslim brother does-especially if it involves slaughtering an infidel.

If we have been listening, we have been warned.



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  • thisoldspouse

    Has any Muslim cleric or group disclaimed this murderer’s statement yet?

    didn’t think so.

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