Monday, September 10, 2007

The London Markaz

The Tablighi Jamaat are the Deobandi sect of Islam who plan to build a gargantuan £100 million ($200M US) mosque called the London Markaz on 10 acres in Newham, big enough to hold 12,000 worshippers, next to the site of the 2012 Olympic games. Already, Muslims are moving into the neighborhood. The existing TJ headquarters in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire is a self-contained community with mosque, seminary, and a population of about five thousand Pakistanis who rarely see a British face. It's a colony.

Unfortunately, the TJ's didn't get the memo that Islam is the religion of peace. They've been busy radicalizing young numbskulls and recruiting them to be terrorists in the 600 mosques they control out of Britains 1350. Terrorists like Kafeel Ahmed, the Muslim doctor/jihadi who crashed ineffectually into the door of the Glasgow airport and died a slow death from the burns he intended to inflict on infidels. One of the London Tube bombers, Shehzad Tanweer, studied at the Deobandi seminary in Dewsbury. Mohammad Sidique Khan, the leader of the Tube bombers, did his praying at the Dewsbury mosque. Shoe Bomber Richard Reid got his jihad on with Tablighi Jamaat. It was a band of TJ Muslims who were caught plotting to blow up a fleet of airliners crossing the Atlantic.

Ebrahim Rangooni, a prominent TJ, helpfully explains that the movement will “rescue the ummah [the global Muslim community] from the culture and civilisation of the Jews, the Christians and [other] enemies of Islam”. One way of doing that is to “create such hatred for their ways as human beings have for urine and excreta”. Thanks for the explanation, Ebrahim. Rangooni also warns Muslim parents that non-Muslim schools “turn humans into animals” and that packing your darling off to a British college “is as dangerous as throwing them into hell with your own hands”.

Meanwhile, back at the mosque, Shabbir Daji, a trustee and secretary of the Tablighi Jamaat mosque in Dewsbury, tells The Times that the movement’s goal was “unity among all humanity.” Daji claims, "Our aim is to make each and everyone . . . a better Muslim.” Comforted? Of course, he's telling you the truth. Muslims intend to unify humanity under the Caliphate and make everyone a Muslim, by force if necessary. The London Markaz will be the flagship of their effort to conquer, subjugate, or kill the infidels.

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Anonymous heidianne jackson said...

wow! nice guys, eh? and no one can stop this because of freedom of choice with regards to religion and probably, it wouldn't matter any way.

Tue Sep 11, 02:33:00 PM 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

some parts of this article is wrong. Daji is right we just want to be better muslims. We know islam is a religion of peace cause thats what islam means. And our Ulema these days recommend in their bayanaat that we go in TJ as this will do the hifaazat of that individual. It seems to me that you lack in the knowledge aspect of islam and TJ. My dear friend i insist that you must go and spend 4 months in THE PATH OF ALLAH and not in TJ, TJ is just what people refer it to in this era. i hope that once you have spent 4 months then allah will open up this effort and the reality of this noble effort which was also carried out by the prophets and sahabah's this is why the deen has come to us today if we stop doing this effort then the next generations will lead their life in gaflat (heedlessness). this article indicates to me that Qiyaamat (Dooms day) is getting closer.

Written by the worried muslim brother down the road next to the graveyard

Thu Mar 27, 02:51:00 AM 2008  
Blogger Tantor said...

Sep 11 has provided an authoritative education for all Americans in what Islam is all about, and it's about anything but peace. It's pretty clear that Muslims are taking advantage of our religious tolerance to spread their religious intolerance. The construction of this mosque is an example of the soft jihad Muslims are waging against the West in concert with the hard jihad of terror.

Thu Mar 27, 08:53:00 AM 2008  

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