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A MAN accused of murdering Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich casually blew kisses to his friends in court today as he requested he now be referred to as Mujaahid Abu Hamza.  Holding a copy of the Koran, Michael Adebolajo made his first court appearance today at Westminster Magistrates’ Court today.

Wearing all white, Adebolajo blew a kiss to a man in the public gallery, and they both pointed to the sky. As he was asked to stand, Adebolajo said: “May I ask why? May I ask why?” When told it is customary to stand, he said: “I want to sit.” After standing when asked to at the end of today’s short hearing, he asked Deputy Chief Magistrate Emma Arbuthnot: “May I respond to you? You would prefer me not to speak to you. I am only a man. “I would like to alleviate the pain if I may?” He then kissed the Koran and raised his arm into the air.

Islam’s finest?

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31 thoughts on “NOTHING TO DO WITH ISLAM…?

  1. He is no more Islam’s finest than any terrorist who claims to be a Christian is Christianity’s finest.

  2. Give me a few examples of recent terrorist acts done in the name of Christianity.

    I’ll top you by a thousand with terrorist acts by guys like this, in the name of Islam, with repeated, accurate, quoting from the ” holy book “

  3. Why was the accused allowed to take a copy of the koran into the Court at all? Perhaps it is intended that the muslim ‘angle’ be emphasised.

    Btw – “he was asked to stand”. Wasn’t this guy shot in the legs and wouldn’t the officers in court be aware of that, unless he wasn’t shot in the legs?

    http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/05/27/woolwich-killing-lee-rigby-men-bailed-_n_3341209.html

    The two men arrested on suspicion of murder at the scene of Wednesday’s killing in Woolwich, Michael Adebolajo, 28, and Michael Adebowale, remain in custody at hospital. Both were shot in the leg at the scene.

  4. You know I was just reading about a Pew study that said Americans views about the connection between Islam and violence haven’t changed much this past decade. There was a spike in 2003 and the %ages have stayed the same more or less since then. Interestingly, the study also says that Americans view Muslims as the group that’s most discriminated against compared with gays and lesbians, African Americans, Hispanics, and women.
    The survey found that 42 % of Americans believe Islam is “more likely” than other religions to encourage violence among believers, while 46 % say it’s not any more likely to promote violence than other faiths. Those figures are within 7 %age points of the results of surveys going back to 2003 that have asked the same question.
    Pew, which polled 1,504 people for the survey with a margin of error of 2.9 %, also found differences between views of Islam when results were broken down by age, sex, political party and religion. The majority of young people don’t believe Islam is more linked to violence than other religions, while half of people above 50 believe Islam is more likely to promote violence. Men were also more likely than women to say Islam is related to violence. Republicans were also more likely to believe in a link between Islam and violence than Democrats, as were white evangelical Protestants when compared to mainline Protestants.

  5. It’s hard to think of anything as low as these murderers, until perhaps you remember the Boston killers.

    They are about the lowest of the low, and it doesn’t make any difference whether they stand or not.
    I think in such cases courts should be able to waive the formal requirements for them. It somehow demeans the law and the courts if cretins like this show respect for it the same as anyone else.

  6. The title of the post is unnecessary. No-one has claimed that the killings had nothing to do with Islam. The violence they meted out was clearly obviously and undeniably done in the name of Islamic jihadism and every media outlet has reported It as so.

  7. Phantom – There are without a doubt too many Muslims who proclaim their terrorist attacks are in the name of Islam and who locate parts of the Koran or radical nutcase clerics in support of their hogwash and violence. They are not, as the post suggested, Islam’s finest.

  8. You tell me if they are not following the commands and the example of their holy guy.

  9. Interesting programme on channel 4 tonight called
    “The secret lives of the Boston Bombers”.
    The programme makes a link between the two brothers in Boston who apparently failed to understand or integrate into American society and the same thing with the two black guys who hacked Lee Rigby to death out in the open and waited for the police to arrive.
    The programme points out that young men who feel impotent and alienated and scorned can find recognition, a cause and respect in radical Islam. The respect they crave is given them by the websites, the radical mosques and imams who are looking for these alienated and angry young men.

  10. Btw – “he was asked to stand”. Wasn’t this guy shot in the legs and wouldn’t the officers in court be aware of that, unless he wasn’t shot in the legs?

    Yeeeeaaaahhhh… because, as we know, anyone who’s ever been shot in the leg has never been able to stand again. The official narrative is unravelling at an incredible pace.

  11. It’s hard to think of anything as low as these murderers, until perhaps you remember the Boston killers.

    They are certainly low-lifes but I can think of many as bad and worse, who have killed many more.

  12. Petr

    Do you mean those shadowy civil servants who organised 9/11, 7/7, the Madrid bombings and probably every ‘terrorist’ attack going back to the gunpowder plot 😉

  13. Phantom – There are very vile Islamic types who think that their religion requires to kill folks and the vast majority who do not. I can’t lay it out more plainly than that.

  14. //They are certainly low-lifes but I can think of many as bad and worse, who have killed many more.//

    Many have killed more people of course, but morality isn’t really a quantity thing.

    I think there’s something particularly despicable about, not only planting bombs intended to kill innocent people, but doing so precisly at a fun event where people from all over the world gather in sporting competition. If it can get worse, it’s when you do all this in a country that gave you and your family home and hope when you had neither, and then gave you ample support to succeed in sport or career or whatever.

    Normally people who get a fraction of that are eternally grateful for that second chance. The ancient rules of hospitality still count for a lot in my books, and anybody who breaks them in such a gross and cruel way deserves no mercy.

    I think the actions of the two in Wollwich speak for themselves. The only thing that can be said for them is that they deliberately targeted only one person.

  15. Petr – you’re right. There are plenty of people who have been shot in the legs and are walking about the very next week without crutches or any assistance. Just ask the Irish contributors how superficial it is to be shot in the legs.

  16. Ah sorry Mahons your dancing as usual around the question.

    Why did you tie this Christian Terrorism, and when was the last act of Christian Terrorism. You can’t control yourself can you?

    As this idiot, my question is how long before he holds public office?

    That is how you reward terrorists over there after all.

    He certainly won’t get what he deserves. A long drop on a short rope.

  17. Greetings fellowe Inglishmen, I, Merlin, ryse from the tombe, perchance to offer some benign advyse upon this mattre.
    Wherefore stand ye to suffer this forynge knave to wave his booke of demonic diabolisme in your faces, in your very own courts? Avast at hym! Is this not Englynde? Doth the King lie silent in the face of this affrontyre? How came this forynger upon our shores in very first place? How doth the King’s court reconnoitre him as a subject of the King in very first plyce? Ought he not be despatched to darkest Equatoria? And yet you suffer this knave not only to stand withyn your court, but to wave and profess his book of blasted damnations, as if it were of equal account to holy writ! O Lord, what accursed era is this that I have woken unto? How shall this wrong be ryghted?

  18. I think there’s something particularly despicable about, not only planting bombs intended to kill innocent people, but doing so precisly at a fun event where people from all over the world gather in sporting competition. If it can get worse, it’s when you do all this in a country that gave you and your family home and hope when you had neither, and then gave you ample support to succeed in sport or career or whatever.

    Noel — I agree 100%.

  19. Troll – It is not an attempt to equate terrorists of different religious groups but rather to note that those allegedly acting in the name of their religion are not. I understand from years of reading your comments here that you can’t grasp that concept. So called Christian terrorist groups (there are active ones in India and Africa) aren’t acting for all Christians when they perform their acts of terror.

  20. bullshit George.

    I’ve found from reading years of your comments that 1) you never answer a direct question, 2) you distract and obfuscate, and 3) you change the subject of the thread to suit your narrative.

    The thread had nothing to do with Christians and you didn’t use “in the name of religion” as your comment.

    Mahons, on June 3rd, 2013 at 7:49 PM Said:

    He is no more Islam’s finest than any terrorist who claims to be a Christian is Christianity’s finest.

    If you meant in the name of religion you would have said it, you didn’t. Face the facts counselor.

  21. Merlin call forth your Dragon and I shall ride upon his breath to go smite thy enemy…

  22. “They are certainly low-lifes but I can think of many as bad and worse, who have killed many more.”

    Stalin, I presume.

  23. Troll – you are an oafish moron, paralyzed with envy, incapable of civil discourse, obsessed with a blog in which you are considered a laughing stock. Enjoy.

  24. ahhh I hit a nerve.

    Unlike you Mahons my opinions and beliefs are not influenced by the crowd I’m in, and unlike you I have no fear or regret in expressing them honestly.

    As for envy, please don’t make me laugh. You a man of training in presenting a case and gifted with the intelligence and wit to do so.

    Yet you do neither.

  25. You’ve left here like a petulant schoolgirl on a number of self-absorbed episodes. Only to break even the promise of leaving. So much for honesty.

  26. Nice one (121:21) Tom Tyler. Verily thou hast exprss’d the problym with great wittiness!

  27. so Mahons in your opinion the only way I could be honest is to leave.. lol

    How pathetic. Sure I’ve had fits and walked away. Unlike you however I admit that I have issues… lots of issues.

    No one can say that I avoid being direct about my views and why I hold them. You can’t say the same.

    The only thing consistent about you is that you abuse Patty, and you never state the reasons for your positions. You dance around the edges, and throw insults or accuse others of lies. Speak honestly and from your heart. You might find it enjoyable.

    You however lack the fortitude to do so. I say that because you have the ability to actually argue your point, but no balls to present it.

    Or am I giving you to much credit?

    I don’t believe you to be a bottom feeder, but you post like one Counselor.

  28. Troll – you are an oafish moron, paralyzed with envy, incapable of civil discourse, obsessed with a blog in which you are considered a laughing stock. Enjoy.

    Hear hear.

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