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6 minutes ago, the stinking enigma said:

He and his father certainly have a history of doing our dirty work for us. But that was when we were friends. Call me a pessimist but i can't imagine him being overly keen on helping us out of this tricky situation to be honest.

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24 minutes ago, the stinking enigma said:

He and his father certainly have a history of doing our dirty work for us. But that was when we were friends. Call me a pessimist but i can't imagine him being overly keen on helping us out of this tricky situation to be honest.

what's the problem..... the guardian was saying its a top place to visit not so long ago.........

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I'm hearing that the Home Sec has withdrawn her British citizenship on the basis that she has dual nationality with Bangladesh.  That will go down like a lead balloon and no doubt trigger appeals and challenges costing many many millions quite apart from riots and maybe worse. Hopefully this will be the start of British people finding out just what Islam and its followers are REALLY about.

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Amongst the intense reactions generated by the publicity surrounding  the issue of Shamima Begum and whether or not she should be able to return  to the UK, a letter from Dr Hargey, the Immam of the Oxford Islamic Congregation was published in the Times today which may surprise many:

“Under no circumstances should Shamima Begum be allowed to return to Britain immediately.

All those  in public life who support her coming  “ home” right away, thus allowing her to take advantage of free NHS treatment and social security benefits are naive in the extreme.

Even if this unpatriotic woman, who has expressed no remorse for joining a blood thirsty gang responsible for the deaths of thousands, were to be prosecuted and imprisoned in the UK, she would not be inoculated against the virus of Isis extremism and Islamic fundementalism.She would be more likely to perpetuate her open disdain and bitterness towards this tolerant country and blame us  for her predicament.

It is in the interests of justice that she is tried and sentenced where her crimes were comitted.A ten year incarceration in an Iraq or Syrian jail would cure her of any lingering allegiance to, and affection for, Muslim radicalism.

The idea that this Isis acolyte can be rehabilitated within the British penal system is seriously flawed.Moreover, allowing her to return to the UK  would have  no deterrent effect on any other would-be copycats within the British Muslim community.

Shamima Begum should begin her  long rehabilitation in the Middle East so that she is able eventually to return to the UK as a responsible citizen.”

 

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3 hours ago, hampsterkahn said:

Amongst the intense reactions generated by the publicity surrounding  the issue of Shamima Begum and whether or not she should be able to return  to the UK, a letter from Dr Hargey, the Immam of the Oxford Islamic Congregation was published in the Times today which may surprise many:

“Under no circumstances should Shamima Begum be allowed to return to Britain immediately.

All those  in public life who support her coming  “ home” right away, thus allowing her to take advantage of free NHS treatment and social security benefits are naive in the extreme.

Even if this unpatriotic woman, who has expressed no remorse for joining a blood thirsty gang responsible for the deaths of thousands, were to be prosecuted and imprisoned in the UK, she would not be inoculated against the virus of Isis extremism and Islamic fundementalism.She would be more likely to perpetuate her open disdain and bitterness towards this tolerant country and blame us  for her predicament.

It is in the interests of justice that she is tried and sentenced where her crimes were comitted.A ten year incarceration in an Iraq or Syrian jail would cure her of any lingering allegiance to, and affection for, Muslim radicalism.

The idea that this Isis acolyte can be rehabilitated within the British penal system is seriously flawed.Moreover, allowing her to return to the UK  would have  no deterrent effect on any other would-be copycats within the British Muslim community.

Shamima Begum should begin her  long rehabilitation in the Middle East so that she is able eventually to return to the UK as a responsible citizen.”

 

This is too simplistic for one thing are any crimes that she might have committed crimes under islamic law or British law? Then there is the practice of taqiyya or Kitman - these are islamic practices that allow lying for a number of purposes one of which is to defuse a situation?  I suspect so.

This whole thing is a real can of worms in itself and I would not put any significance behind what this one man has written. This is especially important as he is widely rejected because of his promoting so many things that are haram such as homosexuality.  

His little rant will count as nothing - sadly.

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