Sunday Mercury exposes Birmingham preacher of hate
A ranting hate preacher is touring the Midlands in an attempt to radicalise young Muslims and promote extremism.
Abu Waleed – a disciple of hook-handed fanatic Abu Hamza – told audiences in Birmingham, Derby and Leicester that they should rise up against Britain.Islam and TerrorismIslamic terrorism is inspired by the concept of ‘lesser Jihad’ (holy warfare against the enemies of Allah and Islam). Muslims disagree among each other as to what is or is not acceptable in ‘lesser Jihad.’ For instance, while many Muslims speak out against terrorist acts committed in the name of Islam, others approve of such acts under certain conditions. […more…]Understanding Islamic Terrorism: Muhammad, Islam and TerrorismAlmost a quarter of UK-based Muslims believe the July 7, 2005 terrorist bombings in London were justifiedResearch resources on Islam, on Islamic Extremism, and on Islam and terrorismComments & resources by ReligionNewsBlog.com
And the bile-filled lecturer even joked about Al-Qaida handing out suicide-bomber backpacks in youth centres and snooker halls.
In video clips posted on popular website Youtube, Waleed mocks the British intelligence services and warns they have underestimated the strength of the violent jihad movement in the UK.
More than 140 extremist speeches organised by the Islam4TheUK group are currently being aired on YouTube, including Waleed’s series of lectures called Youth Sparks of Fire.
Islam4TheUK is an off-shoot of the banned Al Muhajiroun sect, headed by crazed cleric Omar Bakri Mohammed, who was exiled to Lebannon for supporting terrorism.
Waleed talks about the “war on Islam” being waged by Britain and urges his followers to reject the laws of the UK.
He even attacks moderate groups for handing over terror suspects to the police and urges his crowds to “stand with your brothers” whatever they have done.
Waleed is not the only hate preacher touring Britain with seminars promoting violence and extremism.
Another of Islam4TheUK’s speakers, Abu Uzair, 40, said: “We don’t live in peace with you any more. The banner has risen for jihad inside the UK, which means it’s allowed for bombers to attack.”