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Geert Wilders Arrested Upon Entering UK - Muslim Justice Minister and House of Lords Member Pushed For Ban

February 12, 2009

Dutch MP Arrested Upon Entering UK, Guilty Of Hurting The Feelings Of Britain's Jihadists

UK's Muslim Justice Minister Malik Flexes Muscles


February 12, 2009 - San Francisco, CA - - As we noted on these pages just a few days ago [Threat By Islamist MP Gets Geert Wilders Banned From The UK] Britain's Islamic radicals [including the Muslim Council of Britain and the British Muslim Forum] have applied significant political pressure over the last week or so on the Gordon Brown government in a now successful effort to muzzle Dutch MP Geert Wilders who was invited to discuss the Muslim jihad in Europe and to screen his short film Fitna which is critical of radical Islam.

Conspicuously driving that effort was Lord Nazir Ahmed, a Muslim member of the British House of Lords who threatened to mobilize "10,000 Muslims" if Dutch MP Geert Wilders was even allowed to enter the country.

This morning the controversy reached the point of boiling over with Mr. Wilders being taken into custody at Heathrow Airport where he was held in detention for hours before being expelled from the country.

Knowing what most likely awaited him, "on his flight to London, he told The Times that the British Government was 'the biggest bunch of cowards in Europe.' Wilders then added after his arrest, "I am in a detention centre at Heathrow. I am detained. They took my passport. I will not be allowed to enter the country. They will send me back within a few hours." [source,]

The response to Wilders simple entry into the country by the UK's neutered ruling class stands in stark contrast to the way in which a Shari'a friendly Downing street has apparently surrendered to the active jihad being mounted in dozens of London mosques where the overthrow of civil government is routinely plotted.

About the action taken against the Dutch legislator, Associated Press of Pakistan is reporting that Lord Ahmed said that the arrest and expulsion of Wilders from Britain was a "victory for the Muslim community."

What may come as a shock to those who have not monitored the UK's capitulation to its indigenous Muslim insurrection, is the response to this affair by Shahid Malik - the UK's first Muslim Justice Minister - obviously a willing player in the active jihad.

"Defending British Government decision to ban Dutch far right MP from visiting Britain, Justice Minister Shahid Malik said UK government opposed extremism in all its forms and that MP Geert Wilders message of hatred had no place in this country.

In a statement he said: "The legislation we have introduced will stop those individuals who wish to come to the UK to spread their message of extremism and hatred. Mr. Geert is someone who has a pathological hatred of Islam and his presence in the UK would be extremely provocative and completely unacceptable.'" [source,]

It is difficult to see how this situation might be reversed anytime soon, with Britain's Caliphate now clearly in ascension, aided and abetted by the country's most senior law enforcement official.

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