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uk1.jpgWhat goes on in the mind of a Jihadist killer? Well, it turns out that one of the 7/7 bombers – Mohammed Sidique Khan – made a video in which he says his tender farewell to his baby daughter. It was made public today. In the video, played to a jury at Kingston Crown Court, Sidique Khan told his daughter:

 "Sweetheart, not long to go now and I’m going to really, really miss you a lot. "I’m thinking about it already. Look, I absolutely love you to bits….."

Accompanied by three other Islamic goons, Khan subsequently blew himself to bits on the London tube, killing all those 52 innocent people who were unlucky enough to be close to him when he exploded himself. A further 700 were injured as a result of this act of terrorism.

What sort of EVIL drives this Jihad? Why is there not an outcry from all those "moderate" Muslims we hear so much about at this absolute perversion of faith in God? I feel sorry for the child who he held in his arms but I feel much sorrier for the people who suffered so much at his hands.

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30 thoughts on “TENDER WORDS AND BRUTAL ACTIONS…

  1. It is a perversion of fatherhood and humanity. I wouldn’t even dignify it by repeating the video, except perhaps as a lesson in the type of sickness we are dealing with.

  2. Mahons, as a new father yourself, his actions must seem that much more unfathomable.

  3. Mahons,

    I know what you mean. It is indeed an insult to our shared humanity – as we seek to protect the young and innocent whilst this vermin set out to kill. It’s a revealing and nauseous insight into the evil that drives Jihadis. There can be no reasoning with them because they are beyond reason – beyond humanity. It’s sad at one level but at another it is reason to ensure we protect ourselves from these Islamic psychotics.

  4. Charles: This death cult thing is simply awful. The worst thing I have even contemplated on a video is catching my baby daughter farting and waking up her baby brother by the sound as she did three nights ago.

    David: It is a deep sickness. At some point I just say I am done trying to understand why they do it, because trying to understand a madman is a waste of time. While I don’t paint all people of Islamic faith as having this sickness, one can not hide from the fact that it is often supported and/or admired behavior in certain Muslim communities.

  5. Watching him, he was a nice softly spoken bloke. It shows he must have been inspired by a vile ideology for him to be transformed into someone who thought himself to be doing Allah’s will to murder people.

  6. It’s just impossible to understand.or even to attempt to find a rational explanation for such behaviour. I don’t know what else to say.

  7. "I absolutely love you to bits….."

    I hope no one ever absolutely blows her to bits, like he did to others.

  8. I don’t believe a man who would seriously contemplate what he actually did, could ever be a good father. Too twisted to raise a child.

  9. If he was alive and even in his absence his child will be raised to emulate what her father did as an act of faith in the service of god.

    And half you people think the way to deal with these animals is to withdraw and hide at home.

  10. Troll, you have no idea how his child will be raised and what she will be told and if your comment about those that want to ‘withdraw and hide at home’ is a reference to Iraq ,that is nothing to do with home grown terrorism like this.

  11. "I wouldn’t even dignify it by repeating the video"
    I agree with that comment.

    In many years to come, the child, (and relatives) will bring out the video on ‘special occasions’ to show (even more) relatives: "Look, there’s my dad, I want to follow in his righteous path"…..and so the cycle goes on….

  12. Bullshit on both statements.

    Palestinian children provide the example of how this child will be raised. Just because she may be in Londonistan her up bringing will be provided by the same family that brought him up.

    And the Battle in Iraq has a great deal to do with defeating this enemy, and in the prosicution of this war against these animals. Iraq is just one battlefield in the War on Terror.

    And it is a battlefield where we have achieved great things in the destruction of the enemy, the freeing of millions of subjegated people, and the securing of bases to further prosicute this war.

    and yes this homegrown fool has everything to do with the terror from the ME

  13. and Bernard repeats the same unjustified assumption as Troll. That is an innocent baby girl guilty of nothing and not yet even able to speak and you are both prematurely labelling her a future terrorist.

  14. Troll,

    "the freeing of millions of subjegated people"

    was that a typo for fleeing?

  15. Troll

    Simplistic rubbish from you.

    Baby girl has a terrorist father , oh so she must be a future terrorist too. She won’t be an individual with her own mind. Oh and if you don’t agree with me about our military involvment in Iraq it means you must be soft on suicide bombers in your own country.

    Both you and Bernard used the word ‘will’ in relation to how you think this child will be taught. Yet you do not know her or her family and have no knowledge of her future. You have damned her effectively even as a baby because of the sins of her father. That is wrong , and it is just that sort of mentality that dehumanises whole groups of people . Judge her as an individual as everyone should be and treat her according to how she behaves in the future, not on the basis of her parentage.

  16. So, what is it that makes a young father capable of tenderly saying goodbye to his young baby daughter (and giving every sign that he loves her just as much
    as anyone loves their children) and then go out and murder both himself and others?

    I’d guess that the answer lies in a lifetime of cultural indoctrination within a religious context. Not that I am anti-religion, but anyone can see that it is possible to use a person’s religion as a foundation on which to indoctrinate people. After all, if you can be led to believe and be fully persuaded that taking a certain course of action is "doing God’s will", then that is a very powerful motivating force.

    Hence, the David Koresh tragedy in the USA….hence (well, not exactly, but it’s the same sort of thing) Japanese kamikaze pilots in WW2 – they had been indoctrinated to believe that honour and patriotism were the highest values, well worth dying for, and that on the other hand, the concept of surrender was scornful and unforgivably shameful.

    So it is with certain Muslims who allow themselves to be radicalised. They are told that engaging in Jihad is the supreme will of God, and that martyrdom is a holy act. Those 7/7 bombers truly believed that they were doing the very best thing possible (in the long-term) for the future of their children.
    There would be little point in trying to argue with them along the lines of "but look at all the death and destruction you have caused – surely you must see that that is an act of evil, and not of good?" – That is trying to argue from a secularist point of view. Such an argument will not dissuade someone who is wholly convinced that what he is doing is God’s will.

    Ultimately, I think that Islam needs a spiritual reformation, like Christianity had in the past. But Muslims have got to do this for themselves; they certainly aren’t going to listen to "Westerners" like us telling them what to do, as (rightly or wrongly) their backs are up against us at this point in time.

  17. Tom,

    "I’d guess that the answer lies in a lifetime of cultural indoctrination within a religious context. Not that I am anti-religion, but anyone can see that it is possible to use a person’s religion as a foundation on which to indoctrinate people."

    I doubt it took a lifetime (why didn’t he do it sooner?) and I would say that religion was the catalyst rather than the cause (why don’t more do it?). Surely you need some twisted idea of a grievance to do a thing like that. But abuse of authority would do just as well as religion (cf. Milgram’s experiment).

  18. Colm
    It is not simplistic rubish, and what dehumanizes people is strapping a bomb to yourself and self exploding turning humans standing next to you into hamburger…

    Here is why I make the claim that she has a future as terrorist.

    The 7/7 bombers emulate palestinian terrorists. Right down to the video good bye. Palestinians that explode and kill innocent people are revered by their families as heroes. Their children are taught that their father or mother is a hero and their actions should be copied.

    You need to jusitify your blindness to the problem of the gazafication of parts of England.

    What has happened to prevent that child from becoming her father?

    Has the state taken the baby from the family?

    Has the family been deported?

    Has the family done anything at all to disclaim his actions, or do they have a martyrs shrine to this hero in their living room.

    Is the family even being monitored to find out what threat they might be?

  19. Troll made a very good point about this child’s family. It is highly likely that her mother and the extended family are in agreement with this man’s sentiments. It’s extremely doubtful that he was acting without at least some of his family’s support of his radical sentiments.

    Why not admit that some muslim families endorse this suicidal and murderous mindset? That’s not bigoted, it’s reality.

    **I see anybody else nit-picking on his spelling and I’m going jihad on your ass. He doesn’t deserve that, you’re better than that, and you know Troll, now go after his ideas and opinions on merit, if you can.

  20. Oh, Hey Troll! You weren’t there when I was writing away. How the heck are you and the family? I miss Monica’s comments, tell her Hi.

  21. certainly will she has been working nights, our schedules are all screwed up…

  22. Well, make her stop Troll, that doesn’t sound good for happy family life. Just have her stay home and grow or raise something on your big property – chickens or tobacco or something. She’s friggin’ brilliant, I bet she’d make a tidy profit at whatever she put her mind to.

  23. Daphne,

    "**I see anybody else nit-picking on his spelling and I’m going jihad on your ass. He doesn’t deserve that, you’re better than that, and you know Troll, now go after his ideas and opinions on merit, if you can."

    If that was directed at me, I wasn’t nitpicking his spelling. I don’t think I ever have, either.

  24. Troll

    I don’t deny that the things you claim about indoctination and generational support go on, I was just objecting to you and Bernard saying that she ‘will’ be taught to support mass murder as a definite. You simply do not know that. She may well grow up to be mortified and deeply ashamed and angry at what her father did. Allow her to be her own person before judging that’s all.

  25. >>I’m thinking about it already. Look, I absolutely love you to bits….."<<

    I wonder why he didn’t take her along with him and ensure her safe passage to heaven, if the prospect of the afterlife is so appealing for him. Hardly fair that he’ll speed a few innocent children of christians on to God and leave his own behind.
    Maybe these guys really don’t believe as much as they claim and we think they do.

    Otherwise good points, Tom.

    Re: the young girl. I think there’s the same liklihood of her becoming a terrorist as of joining the Conservative Party.

  26. "I wonder why he didn’t take her along with him and ensure her safe passage to heaven, if the prospect of the afterlife is so appealing for him."

    If I recall correctly, the recently foiled plotters in the UK intended to do just that i.e. take their children on board a plane and use them to mask the suicidal intentions.

    It is now perfectly clear that muslim terrorists will kill themselves and are prepared to kill their children in order to carry out intended atrocities. They should be given separate aircraft and a fighter escort. Moreover, this breaks the link between luggage and passenger.

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