Jihadic Violence and Police Newspeak


That is the headline the tainted BBC did NOT use. That is the information you will NOT receive from the gagged and muffled police. The public, who pay for them, are not being informed. The BBC's report, and the Head of Police Counter Terrorism Command cited in it, avoid mention of jihad. They are careful to speak of how the attacker "ran amok" at the station, and of concerns about his "mental health". He was "vulnerable".

The victim has a Jewish name, Zimmerman. He had been "singled out". Perhaps he looked Jewish. Not mentioned by the BBC or the police is that the Koran instructs Muslims to kill Jews. As Haj Amin al Husseini, Grand Mufti of Jerusalem said:

Slaughter Jews wherever you find them. Their spilled blood pleases Allah.

The attacker used that very phrase, "I'm going to spill your blood", as he lunged at police, explaining, "This is for my Syrian brothers". These "Syrian brothers" are Muslims: he was not acting for Syrian Christians.

The victim was carrying a mandolin and a guitar. Not mentioned by the BBC or the police is that stringed instruments are forbidden in Islam. Part of "Commanding the Right and Forbidding the Wrong" in Islam is "breaking musical instruments" (Reliance of the Traveller, q5.6).

The police commander is careful to avoid any mention of jihad or of Islam's commands to attack non-Muslims. Instead he described the attacker as "influenced by extremists". IRA? Basques? No, they were "terrorist organisations such as Daesh, or IS, over in Syria." These acronyms express the ideology: the Arabic for "Islamic State in Syria and the Levant" provides the initials of DAESH. "IS" stands for Islamic State. It specifically proclaims itself in English to be Islamic.

Commander Haydon explained that the attacker "had downloaded a vast amount of extremist material which we think certainly inspired him to conduct an attack here". And what was that material?

"... propaganda that's coming out of IS and Syria and elsewhere, part of their propaganda is specifically targeted in relation to the vulnerable."

Islamic State has specifically called on Muslims in the West to attack non-Muslims with knife, or car. This call is aimed at ALL Muslims, not, as Commander Haydon would have it, "the vulnerable".

Translation: this "propaganda" consists of basic Islamic teachings, but the police will not say that. This is "aimed at the vulnerable" the commander claimed, "to inspire lone atrocities by" - wait for it - "so-called "spontaneous volatile extremists". Here we go: "spontaneous volatile extremists". This is police Newspeak: anything to avoid saying Sudden Jihad Syndrome.

What is jihad? The Manual of Islamic Law, Reliance of the Traveller, tells us: "Jihad means to war against non-Muslims", and it is a "communal obligation" (o9.0, o9.1). The Manual is available as a free download.

These Police Newspeak cover-terms disguise the Islamic reality. The public are being left in the dark. The needed information is not being given by public servants - police and BBC - paid by taxpayers to protect and inform them.

Reference: "Tube knife attacker guilty of attempted murder" http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-36479921