Skip to comments.London Mosque With Terror Past Locks Up Journalist
Posted on 08/25/2014 7:59:49 AM PDT by Olog-hai
A British journalist working for Al Jazeera was held against his will while trying to get an interview at Londons Finsbury Park Mosque, which formerly was run by the notorious Al Qaeda cleric Abu Hamza, recently convicted on multiple terror charges.
In an article Sunday, journalist Ben Flanagan documented his visit along with video footage filmed on his cell phone, and shows how he was locked in a room and not let out until police came.
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The UK is lost.
Guy should stop complaining.
At least he left with his head still attached.
All your freedom are belong to us!
The police should have arrested the imams and their servants and closed the indoctrination center.
Watch for the journalist to be charged with a “hate-crime” for reporting this incident. I’m not being sarcastic, the UK has truly squandered the freedom we fought for in WWII.
No, it isn’t.
"The UK is lost." -Bloody Sam RobertsBritains Islamic Future
by Soeren Kern
May 31, 2013 at 5:00 am
The moment that the white British become a minority will symbolize a huge transfer of power cultural political, economic and religious an irreversible change in British society, unprecedented for at least a millennium. David Coleman, Professor of Demography, University of Oxford
Islam is on track to become the dominant religion in Britain within the next generation, according to new census data published by the British government.
The numbers show that although Christianity is still the main religion in Britain over 50% of the population describe themselves as such nearly half of all Christians in Britain are over the age of 50, and, for the first time ever, fewer than half under the age of 25 describe themselves as Christian.
The very second I hit 'post' I said to myself, "Well...there IS Scotland. Someone there will take exception to my post for sure."
Sure enough, I was correct on the latter if not the former.
UK with extremist Islam problem? Yes.
UK a dhimmi state?. NO.
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