Caged Muslims issued the threats at maximum security Long Lartin prison, which has held fundamentalists including Abu Qatada and Abu Hamza. A prisoner at the jail said: “We are able to cook our own food here but if we attempt to cook pork in the communal kitchen it is deemed dangerous and even a threat to your life.
UK Daily Star (h/t Maria J) “The kitchen is usually occupied by 90% Muslims and we have been told if we cook pork we will be stabbed.” The inmate, who told of the Islamic tyranny in lags’ mag Inside Time, also confirmed the Daily Star Sunday story that Muslim prisoners celebrated the murder of soldier Lee Rigby, 26, who was buried on Friday.
He said: “When the news came through on the TV I was shocked to hear some Muslim prisoners praising the actions of these two Muslims and calling them ‘brothers’ and making derogatory commends about the ‘pig soldier’.
“These popular Islamist views are not frowned on by other Muslims.” The inmate, who wished to remain anonymous, said he was calling on the authorities to stop prisoners at the Worcestershire jail being turned into potential terrorists.
He warned: “Young Muslim men are being radicalised here and one day they may commit acts of terrorism in this country. “There seems to be nothing being done here to stop it and people are scared to speak out.”
The plea came after we revealed MI5 and anti-terror police have bugged Britain’s high-security jails to stop them being used to launch Islamist attacks. Spooks were brought in to weed out potential Muslim terrorists in the wake of Drummer Rigby’s shocking murder in May. Long Lartin was one of the jails targeted in the terror probe.
The category A prison is one of seven top security jails reserved for Britain’s most dangerous murderers and terrorists.
Inmates have included deported hate clerics Qatada, 53, and Hamza, 55, Jeremy Bamber, 52, who killed five members of his family in 1985, and Daniel Sonnex, 27, who tortured two French students to death.