Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Muslim hardliners are not jailed

Mohammed Haque and Emdadur Choudhury were said to have set fire to the plastic effigies after the two-minute silence was observed. Haque, 30, and Choudhury, 26, left onlookers outraged at the gesture, made as members of the armed forces marched by. They were part of an Islamic ­protest group who shouted abusive slogans such as “British soldiers – burn in hell”.

IMO: Well, speaking as one of those who might well have been remembered, I don't care much as such people have to be faced. But they are hardly acting in the interests of Islam as the present wretched UK politicians could not care less. Next time round, many hope we will get a vigorous strong BNP, who will put these fellows in their place. What I say is "Pull up your socks, major parties, or we will have you right out for good (and hopefully in jail) and the BNP in. You are leaving no other option".

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