Darul Uloom: Britain's 'Eton of Islam' filmed instructing religious apartheid

Theresa May stepped outside 10 Downing Street on 4th June, to state the following:
‘We cannot and must not pretend that things can continue as they are. Things need to change and they need to change in 4 important ways.’
May blamed the recent terror attacks on ‘the single, evil ideology of Islamist extremism, that preaches hatred, sows division and promotes sectarianism. It is an ideology that claims our Western values of freedom, democracy and human rights, are incompatible with the religion of Islam.’
She then outlined a plan of resolve:
‘It will only be defeated when we turn peoples’ minds away from this violence and make them understand that our values – pluralistic values – are superior to anything offered by the preachers and supporters of hate. We cannot allow this ideology the safe space it needs to breed. Yet that is precisely what the internet and big companies that provide internet services, provide. We need to work with allied democratic governments to reach international agreements that regulate cyber-space, to prevent the spread of extremist and terrorism planning.
And we need to do everything we can at home to reduce the risks of extremism online. While we need to deprive the extremists of their safe spaces online, we must not forget about the safe spaces that continue to exist in the real world. Yes, that means taking military action to destroy ISIS in Iraq and Syria, but it also means taking action, here at home.
There is, to be frank, far too much extremism in this country, so we need to become far more robust in identifying it and stamping it out across the public sector and across society.’
May’s speech lasted 7 minutes 42 seconds, a day after 3 men took to the streets of London on a knife-wielding, unrelenting stabbing spree; in the name of Allah. Every second of that speech missed the mark. May’s speech was primarily focused on launching an offensive against the internet (another bottomless ideological war), with any mention of tackling ‘home’ threat, espousing the usual, meaningless, philsophical fluff.
Our goverment officially recognises this Islamist threat to be imported, influenced and imbibed everywhere else, but Britain. May stood in front of the nation to emphasise repeatedly that total disregard and desecration of life we’ve witnessed during the Westminster, Manchester and London attacks; take divine inspiration in ‘cyber-space.’ I envisage cyber-space terrorism and conjure up an image of a jihadi hitting the ‘destruct’ button on his/her facebook account, gleefully rubbing his/her palms as they watch cars plough into people.
Except that’s not how terror operates.
Cars driven by people ram into other people. Knives held by people slice into other people. Guns triggered by human fingers rip holes into hearts.
Such savages don’t live in a theoretical, virtual world – unlike May and every other priviledged, elite politician , far removed from the hubs of hate found in every city across Britain; in a plurality of local mosques, madrassahs, Islamic schools and centres. Inside of which the germination of indoctrination has long been granted autonomy.
I don’t deny that in this era of globalisation, a free-flow and exchange of ideas, easy access to material online and instant ability to conspire and collude with ‘shaheed’ (martyr) hopefuls, in any dilapidated, Lebanese hovel through a single text message – that ‘cyberism’ is not relevant. But it’s the apparent conviction that pursuing a crackdown of cyber-terrorist activities mitigates the stream of blood we’ve witnessed these past few months.
May’s speech missed the mark. Not as much as a 2009 Government-approved inspection of Darul Uloom Islamic High School in Birmingham, which praised the school for its tolerance of other religions and for promoting tolerance and harmony in society. Dubbed the ‘Eton of Islam’, Darul Uloom school is one representative of ‘Darul Ulooms’ – world renowned institutions designed to produce the next generation of Muslim leaders. Future Muslim leaders ingrained from the age of 5 upwards with the notion that those who adopt western ways would find themselves tortured in hell for eternity.
This government-approved school was exposed by Dispatches in their 2011 documentary ‘Lessons in hatred and violence’, as actively instrumental in edifying a parallel anti-western system. Children were filmed sitting on the floor as their teachers schooled them in the vile ways of the west, telling them point-blanc to not be like the non-Muslims.
Britain’s internal enemy.
The Dispatches programme revealed little children, not yet old enough to own a laptop, let alone understand what ‘cyber-space’ terrorism is, with direct and daily access to their sources of terror. Average Imams, teachers and local community leaders desensitising hatred, intolerance and consequently jihadism.
Terrorism is their normality.
The single, evil ideology of Islamist extremism, that preaches hatred, sows division and promotes sectarianism. It is an ideology that claims our Western values of freedom, democracy and human rights, are incompatible with the religion of Islam.
Enough is enough, May also emphasises in this speech. Yet the resolve is to shut down the Darul Ulooms of Britain, to assimiliate Muslim babes and children into a mandatory, mixed education system.
And to stop giving the very institutions that teach its incumbents to despise and destroy the very values our ancestors willingly shed their blood to preserve, a pat on the back.
Enough is enough.
Truly it is.
Knowing where to root out the defect tends to help.
*Find below some articles written about the scandal, in addition to OFSTED reports of the Birmingham Darul Uloom school*

Manchester Arena Attack

‘You just don’t think it’s going to happen at a pop concert’ exclaimed one eye-witness, in the aftermath of a suicide bombing that left 22 confirmed dead and 59 injured, on May 22nd 2017.
We’re running out of places where it’s not going to happen. Yesterday’s attack on British freedom and civility must be placed in the wider and ongoing context of Islamically-motivated barbarism – in what feels like every public space spanning Europe.
The Religion of Peace website has documented 15 case examples of Islamic terrorism in European cities throughout 2017 alone.
The Manchester Arena attack is now the 16th attack Europe has endured in 5 months.
Whilst Islamic terror can be traced to the days of Muhammadist conquests and therefore nothing new, these attacks within Europe in 2017 have escalated to become subliminal, intense and deeply personal. These are no longer sporadic and sparse but systematic, rigorous and familiar – as the perpetrators seem to revel in past, notorious dates regarding terrorism – and habitually strike again. Yesterday’s attack – 4 years to the day British Fusilier Lee Rigby was openly beheaded on the streets of Woolich – is no coincidence. The Westminster Attack – exactly a year on from the Brussels airport bombing is no coincidence.
A clear pattern is emerging and we can’t be complacent in thinking that prior sui generic catastrophes such as 9/11 can never be applied to Europe. It is overtly obvious that there are depraved savages, bellicose in their schemes to target the most unsuspecting and vulnerable sects of our society in order to unleash maximum desecration. Again such attacks have now assumed a ‘European’ feel, as Britain and Belgium will now pay double homage to its fallen every 22 March. And so on, as the list will inevitably proliferate.
Political correctness facilitates the madness. I’ve recently stumbled across the brilliant Paul Joseph Watson and his very apt and relevant clip below succinctly summarises the dangers of unbridled PC.

Political correctness kills because it is an amalgamation of wilful ignorance, paralytic fear, selfishness and Taqiyyah (method of deception in Islam) – the latter of which garners prominence within mainstream media and is incorporated into the very Islam-is-peace-liners in political speeches that indoctrinate, confuse and subjugate anyone who has never picked up the Hadiths/Quran to know what Taqiyyah means. An ignorance deception thrives and relies upon.
Realistically speaking, Islamism cannot be reversed so I wouldn’t waste my platform to claim that it can. Puritannical Islam is incorrigible and therefore by default any opposing cultural and religious norm will be locked in an ideological battle with it. We are fully immersed in a war with those who take a literalist viewpoint and application of Islamic doctrine.  A war we are losing. For 8 year old Saffie we’ve already lost.
We lose every time we are silenced through the ‘Islam is peace’ crusade, dominating our mainstream media and prominent national political and security figures. We lose every time we post another #PrayforNice #PrayforBrussels, #PrayforWestminster #PrayforManchester on our twitter, facebook and instagram feeds. I’m a Christian not a cynical atheist, but if the torrents of #prayer were genuine and heartfelt then we wouldn’t be picking pieces of human flesh off one another. Why? Because the actual God-fearing, Jesus-following generation 70 years ago sacrificed their privileges and loved ones; to be blown to smithereens in order to safeguard their fellow Englishmen and preclude any existential threat. Those fervent prayer-folk had premonitions as to the dangers of unregulated, mass immigration from tribal, Muslim lands. Every pew was occupied across every Church in the land, as Britain and wider Europe was birthed from and shaped by Christendom. Our definitive laws, norms and practises – English civility emerged from the belief of the Grace of our God. The kind of tenacious, passionate belief in Christ that ensured its dominance throughout Britain, rendering other beliefs to be respectfully secondary in the pursuit and defence of The Faith.
We are fast becoming a minority in our country. Not in number but ideologically. We now live in a country that tells us that terror is now part and parcel of living in big cities, that does not challenge the 100 odd Sharia courts that facilitate polygamous marriages in spite of the fact they directly contravene British civil law. We live in country that sells Halal chocolate and delegating the importance of Easter, omitting the Lord’s Prayer at Christmas, stripping traditional Nativity plays from school and removing Bibles from public holiday inns. We live in a country where  we must not preach Christ on the streets whilst allowing the Anjem Choudharys and Abu Hamzas to preach hatred against the very system that provides them with welfare. We live in a country where we’ve become so post-secular that we facilitate the de-Christianisation of Europe, thereby creating a vacuum that literalist Islam has filled. We live in a country that screeches against Conservatism rhetoric – levelling every racist, Nazi and fascist slur – substantially softening the actions of the Nazis that murdered the generation of their own grandparents.
And now you want to pray? To feign virtue? When 22 are dead, 59 injured, an 8 year old never to return to her parents?
We are weak. Europe is still sleepwalking. We were warned in 1967 through the incomparable Enoch Powell’s Rivers of Blood speech. And if we continue to be this spineless, then how long will it be until this warning fulfils as a Prophecy?

The Islamism Neologism is a Misnomer

*This article is not written by me but a guest blogger who wishes to remain anonymous. A first guest-written piece and an interesting,  insightful perspective!*
Exponents of the term “Islamism” most commonly describe Islamism along the lines of “ohhh it’s just a warped interpretation of Islam that is about politics and nothing inherently to do with the religion of Islam” but there is no distinction at all made in Islamic doctrines between “Islam” and “Islamism” as being just a political interpretation of Islam that is not essential to Islam. Most crucially Mohammed didn’t describe himself as an “Islamist” and according to Islamic sources themselves he was the political/militant leader of the whole of the Arab peninsula by the end of his life.
So we see today Muslims who today desire to emulate Mohammed’s political and military legacy are erroneously misbranded “Islamists” by most people. The archetype “Islamist”Mohammed is (as you are probably aware of) the same person who is the founder of Islam and himself regarded his political and militant accomplishments as Islam and implementing Allah’s will then, yet embarrassingly some(including academics) categorise “Islamism” as something completely separate from mainstream Islam or what they regard as “True Islam”.
A lot of non Muslims and even some who call themselves Muslim use the term “Islamism” because they are afraid of being branded as Islamaphobes or Racists by Muslims and Guardian readers, yet despite going out of their way to mollify Muslims by using the term “Islamism” when criticising the negative effects of Islam they are still condemned as “Islamaphobes” and “racists”, so it has to be asked what purpose does it serve to continue this disingenuous expediency?
The narrative that Islamism is just a “distorted political/militant ideology that is separate from the true Islam” actually impedes addressing the doctrines of Islam used by fundamentalist Muslims. It’s perilous to not to precisely discern nefarious ideologies as it leads to them not being tackled holistically and any level of evasiveness in analysing the enemy’s ideology allows them to get away with even more iniquity than they could otherwise. To inoculate a dangerous strain of a virus, it must firstly be correctly diagnosed then it can be given the appropriate vaccination required to eliminate it as best as possible. Mollycoddling how Islam has been put into practise only helps those who desire to follow Islam thoroughly and seriously in the format it has expressed itself almost in its entirety since its inception when and where it has and had authority and governance.
There are thick books written about the political and militant components of Islam within Islamic doctrines, but here I will exhibit it briefly. The Verse known as the verse of the Istikhlaf (http://quran.com/24/55) elucidates the Islamic basis for a Caliphate(A Political Entity led by an Islamic leader) for the believers. This verse of (http://quran.com/4/59) digresses how political discourse amongst authority should refer to Allah and his messenger. There are countless verses validating conditional militancy against non-believers. This specific verse is the only verse (http://quran.com/9/29) that instructs an unconditional order to kill.
Being forthright is a virtue and it’s candour to call the Muslims who don’t for whatever reason bother following the political/militant aspects of Islamic doctrines as “apolitical Muslims” or “selective Muslims”. Putting it frankly there is no “Islamism”, the actions and views of those categorised as Islamists has always been part of normative/orthodox Islam unless you consider 1300 years of Militant/Political entities of Islamic Empires as mythology or folk tales that are as fictitious as the stories of Ali Baba and the 40 thieves.