First posted: 24 October 2012
|Sparkhill/brooks - 'terror hotspots'|
Three British Muslims, from Sparkhill, Birmingham, were accused on Monday of plotting a suicide bomb attack in the UK.
The suspects planned to detonate eight homemade rucksack devices. They even bragged about wanting to cause ‘mass deaths’ in crowded places.
They also discussed mass poisoning and fixing blades to the wheels of a vehicle before driving it into a crowd of people.
|Watch where your money goes!|
The most interesting aspect of this case is that these Muslims raised thousands of pounds by posing as collectors for a ‘humanitarian charity’, Muslim Aid. The problem with this is that hundreds of Muslim charities have been used to finance Islamoterrorism, including money raised in the United States to fund Hamas. Indeed some of these Muslim charities have been recognised by the people who run them (not only by charity ‘posers’ as in the Birmingham case) as a suitably acceptable and Islamically-legitimatted means to fund Islamic ‘freedom fighters’ (i.e., terrorists) all over the world. Not only that: Islamic scholars have frequently argued that Muslim charities should fund, at least in part, various Islamic terrorist groups.
So the Brummie Islamoterrorists weren’t really doing anything wrong, according to many Islamic scholars and according to many Muslims generally.
The message here is to never give anything to any Muslim charity – no matter what it says the money is for. Your money could end up funding al-Qaeda or Hamas.
The fact that these Birmingham terrorists successfully raised thousands of pounds also shows us that many Muslims don’t really care where their money is going or who exactly it is who is doing the collecting.
The other thing about Islamic or Muslim charities is that the money only goes to Muslims – not to the kuffar. That’s why you never see Muslim charities involved with infidel disasters but always see them when Muslim Pakistanis are flooded or when, as now, Muslim Syrians need help.
What has been said about Muslim charities can also be said about ‘Islamic centers’, which these Birmingham Muslims were planning to set up as a front for terrorist recruitment. So beware Islamic centers too!
Actually. Beware mosques, which are often the places where collections for terrorists are made;, probably also in the guise of ‘charity’. It is also the place in which many Muslims a first instilled with the Islamic virtue of violent jihad.