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Sunday, 5 December 2010

“Baroness” Warsi Warns Against Opposing Islam



- By sheikyermami on December 5, 2010, from Winds of Jihad

People who have kept their faculties intact would warn about bestowing titles of nobility to Mohammedan infil-traitors like this conniving, wretched agent of Islam. But there are not many these days in England who have kept their heads screwed on. So what is “Baroness” Warsi warning the “Muslim community” about? Her own kind?

Why does she warn against the “ divisive designs of the far right?” when Mohammedanism clearly divides the world in believers and unbelievers?

Simple: Muslims believe that “those who oppose Islam cause wars and are responsible for them.”

Muslim scholar Bassam Tibi explains:

“At its core, Islam is a religious mission to all humanity. Muslims are religiously obliged to disseminate the Islamic faith throughout the world. ”We have sent you forth to all mankind” (Q. 34:28). If non-Muslims submit to conversion or subjugation, this call (dawa) can be pursued peacefully. If they do not, Muslims are obliged to wage war against them. ”

Baroness Warsi cautions Muslim community against “far right designs”

LONDON, Dec 1 (APP)-British Conservative Party Chairperson Baroness Sayeeda Warsi has warned the Muslim community to stand guard against the divisive designs of far right British National Party and the English Defence League and thwart their aims. Speaking at a dinner hosted by Lord Altaf Sheikh, Chairman, Conservative Muslim Forum, to celebrate Eid-ul-Azha at Westminster House here last night, she said that the Muslim community not only in the United Kingdom but across Europe face the rising level of anti-Islamic sentiments.
This, she added, was evident from the recent elections in many European countries where several parties fielded candidates not on the basis of race or immigration but specifically on the basis of Islam.
And if you look at the far right in this country whether it is the British National Party or English Defence League, they are very clearly targeting the British Muslim community. And what is quite worrying they are now beginning to form small groups of minority groups within the EDL to achieve their objectives of creating divisions within the Muslim community.”
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She called on the Muslim leaders to wake up and deal with these issues seriously and must not allow these extreme parties from attaining their nefarious goals.
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Baroness Warsi praised the contributions of Muslim community and said that the community has achieved much in the British politics. She referred to the last May Parliamentary elections and said the representation of the Muslim community has doubled with the election of first Muslim women MP’s and also election of first Conservative Muslim parliamentarians and the increase in the number of Muslim peers in the House of Lords.
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Earlier this year, she didn’t speak very highly of Muslim parliamentarians:
“[He] says we need more Muslim MPs, more Muslims in the House of Lords. I would actually disagree with that, because one of the lessons we have learnt in the last five years in politics is that Muslims that go to parliament don’t have any morals or principles.”

She praised the work of CMF in campaigning, engaging and focussing and bringing people forward and making sure that the community was involved closely in formulation of policies.
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British Secretary for International Development Andrew Mitchell endorsed the remarks of Baroness Warsi and said the Conservative government remains opposed to those who seek to make racial and ethnic differences as part and parcel of the British politics.
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He appreciated the contributions of the British Muslim community in raising funds for Pakistani floods. Mitchell also lauded the work of British charities, especially the Islamic Relief in the flood affected areas.

The Secretary said the British Government would continue to set aside 0.7 per cent of its GDP for the international aid. Saying that he has been to Pakistan four times, Mitchell said the country is recovering from the appalling disaster and that the UK stood by Pakistan at a time of its ‘deep trial’.
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He assured the guests that the UK will be there with Pakistan throughout the rebuilding and rehabilitation phase. He said Britain will particularly focus on education and will be there as a development partner in the years ahead.

“I am pretty confident that at the end of the bilateral review, we will see Pakistan as our biggest programme anywhere in the world within two years. And that very much reflects the central part of our foreign policy to help less fortunate than us.”
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Lord Sheikh in his welcome remarks said the increase in the number of Muslim parliamentarians, both in the lower House of Commons and House of Lords, signifies the growing contribution of the community in the British politics.

He urged the Muslim community to join the armed forces as well as the police to contribute in the shared values of tolerance and mutual respect for each other. He said Muslims had been successful in every walk of life.
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The newly appointed peer Tariq Ahmed, British member of European Parliament Dr.Syed Kamall and Rami Ranger, President, India-Pakistan and UK Friendship Association also spoke on the occasion and underscored the importance of community cohesion.
Warsi-the Manchurian candidate speaks (zetaboards)

I truly hate writing this “baroness warsi” one of the many manchurian candidates within our government and opposition has been spouting off

She gave a speech at a dinner in Westminster house last night

Sayeeda Warsi has warned the Muslim community to stand guard against the divisive designs of far right British National Party and the English Defence League and thwart their aims. Speaking at a dinner hosted by Lord Altaf Sheikh, Chairman, Conservative Muslim Forum, to celebrate Eid-ul-Azha at Westminster House here last night, she said that the Muslim community not only in the United Kingdom but across Europe face the rising level of anti-Islamic sentiments.

This, she added, was evident from the recent elections in many European countries where several parties fielded candidates not on the basis of race or immigration but specifically on the basis of Islam.

“And if you look at the far right in this country whether it is the British National Party or English Defence League, they are very clearly targeting the British Muslim community. And what is quite worrying they are now beginning to form small groups of minority groups within the EDL to achieve their objectives of creating divisions within the Muslim community.”

She called on the Muslim leaders to wake up and deal with these issues seriously and must not allow these extreme parties from attaining their nefarious goals.

Baroness Warsi praised the contributions of Muslim community and said that the community has achieved much in the British politics. She referred to the last May Parliamentary elections and said the representation of the Muslim community has doubled with the election of first Muslim women Mps and also election of first Conservative Muslim parliamentarians and the increase in the number of Muslim peers in the House of Lords.

Now let’s unravel this dialogue – what is she actually saying. ” she said that the Muslim community not only in the United Kingdom but across Europe face the rising level of anti-Islamic sentiments.”

This is true, but this is not Warsi was or is alluding to, what she in fact is doing is positioning Muslims alongside the the Jewish holocaust and setting the stage to portray the Muslims as a persecuted people.

This of course implies that the host populations of Europe are behaving in a “Fascist” manner – she could not actually say this openly but the implication is absolutely clear.

Warsi went on to say:-

"This, she added, was evident from the recent elections in many European countries where several parties fielded candidates not on the basis of race or immigration but specifically on the basis of Islam.

"This is a clear reference to Switzerland and it’ moves to ban minarettes and deport all foreign prisoners, Germany is also in the frame as it too now recognizes the threats to Germany from Muslim invasion that is taking place in Europe."

Warsi had a special place for the EDL and BNP, she said:-

"And if you look at the far right in this country whether it is the British National Party or English Defence League, they are very clearly targeting the British Muslim community. And what is quite worrying they are now beginning to form small groups of minority groups within the EDL to achieve their objectives of creating divisions within the Muslim community.”

The EDL or BNP are not about creating divisions within the Muslim community, both movements have made it quite clear what their aims and intentions are, The EDL want an end to the Islamization of this country, the BNP want all immigration from Islamic countries as well as European countries stopped.

By using this approach Warsi is actually calling for the Islamic Ummah in the UK to unite against any kind of movement that threatens their progress towards an Islamic state in the UK ,and then when violence does erupt she will be able to say that it is the divisive EDL and BNP tactics that have made Muslims defend themselves, she is setting up the EDL and BNP to take the rap

Now she shows true colours :-

She called on the Muslim leaders to wake up and deal with these issues seriously and must not allow these extreme parties from attaining their nefarious goals.


Baroness Warsi praised the contributions of Muslim community and said that the community has achieved much in the British politics. She referred to the last May Parliamentary elections and said the representation of the Muslim community has doubled with the election of first Muslim women Mps and also election of first Conservative Muslim parliamentarians and the increase in the number of Muslim peers in the House of Lords.

By “extreme parties” she means the host population of the European countries and the UK, the “nefarious goals” are the re establishment of British values principles and practices and religion within the UK.

She speaks of the contributions of the Muslim community, to which community? – most certainly not the host community, once again she refers to the growth of the Ummah and she then praised the growth of the Ummah in the UK.

The infiltration of our government was commented upon – she wants more – more Muslims in parliament – well she would, this will enable the Muslims to have a greater effect upon our country on their terms.

Praise for Pakistan came thick and fast ,as did the promise of money, Pakistan is a terrorist state, all of the bombers, terrorists and most of the agitators and proponents of Islam and the desire for a caliphate in the UK come from Pakistan, and we give them money – how mad can you get.

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