Islamism

The problem with Inayat Bunlawala is that, well, he’s just not that smart. It probably explains why he remains an Islamist well into his thirties.

To be honest, I haven’t written about him for a while because it’s just too easy. It started getting embarrassing. Here’s the thing with Bungles, like every good Islamist he loves to whine and moan about pretty much everything while maintaining a blissful ignorance about his own hypocrisy.

 

A local Surrey newspaper has reported that extremists are disseminating leaflets in the local area, urging Muslims to kill the Ahmadiyya.

I honestly don’t know what to say about this one.

On the one hand, it’s become a depressingly familiar tale – a young Pakistani émigré to the West arrested on terrorism charges. A statement released by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police yesterday reveals:

This is the question that my former colleague, Jacob Amis, and I have analysed in our paper for the latest issue of Hudson’s Current Trends in Islamist Ideology.  In the piece, we attempt to provide an overview of the parallel journeys to jihad of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab (the so-called “underwear bomber”) and his al-Qaeda mentor, Anwar al-Awlaki.

 

Here is a video I have just been sent – it is a clip of the Q&A session after David Horowitz gave a talk about Israeli Apartheid Week at the University of San Diego on Monday (he refers to it as Hitler Youth Week, a description which initially may seem a bit harsh, but if you watch the video until the end it all makes sense):

In Comment is Free (CiF), Shaaz Mahboob, the Vice-Chair of British Muslims for Secular Democracy (BMSD), has written a piece in which he asks Stop the Islamisation of Europe (SIOE) to call off their planned demonstration outside the Harrow Mosque.  BMSD have also written an open letter to the SIOE head, Stephen Gash, which carries the same message.