It is using extremist websites to radicalize the angels of death, says their chilling report. (Yet, Britain still refuses to ban the burqa, let alone end ALL Muslim immigration. They will come to regret their suicidal policies)
The Sun The Commons home affairs committee says it has heard evidence the al-Qaeda terror group is “specifically launching and targeting women for violent acts”. It is already a deadly tactic in the Middle East, where growing numbers of Palestinian women are volunteering for suicide missions against Israel. The MPs’ report comes days after four Islamic extremists admitted plotting to bomb the London Stock Exchange.
Woolwich Crown Court heard how the gang — who also had London ‘dhimmi’ mayor Boris Johnson on a hit list — had been influenced by the radical ideology of Anwar al-Awlaki, an al-Qaeda leader until the US killed him in Yemen last year.
His attempts to recruit UK Muslims were exposed by The Sun. Last night the committee chairman, Labour’s Keith Vaz, said the gang’s admissions show “we cannot let our vigilance slip.” He added: “More resources need to be directed to these threats and to preventing radicalisation through the internet and in private spaces. (But all your resources are tied up going after anti-Islam groups. See far-right-threat-extremism)
“These are the fertile breeding grounds for terrorism.” The MPs’ report says big internet firms must do more to shut websites that encourage violent extremism.
Home Secretary Theresa May has already launched a crackdown on recruiting websites used by extremists, as a purge on fanatics in mosques and colleges has resulted in the web being increasingly used to brainwash supporters.
For their report, the Association of Chief Police Officers’ Sir Norman Bettison told MPs the internet “seems to feature in most, if not all, of the routes of radicalization”.
MPs grilled hate preacher Abu Hamza inside Belmarsh Prison for their inquiry. The report says he blames British foreign policy and guilt for radicalising Muslims.