Monday, 11 January 2010

It's Never Too Late To Jump Aboard That Bandwagon!

It seems radical cleric Anjem Choudary has some acolytes in Waltham Forest:
A Waltham Forest group has pledged support for a controversial protest in Wootton Bassett.
That'll help with community cohesion, I'm sure...
Abu Nusaybah, spokesman for Waltham Forest Muslims, said there was widespread support for the march in Waltham Forest.
Really..? The comments say otherwise...
The 24-year-old, of Leytonstone, who is also involved in the Al Mansoora Youth organisation in the borough, said: "The group was founded in response to the media portrayal and the public's perception of the march.

"There is strong feeling in our community about the Afghanistan war.

"It is in their hearts and minds because there are muslim men, women and children being killed.

"We know from people we speak to in the Waltham Forest community that we have support."
Hmm, I guess there's a lot more work to be done by the Waltham Forest Faith Communities Project Manager, one Amy Willshire, then...


Anonymous said...

I thought old Anjem had decided to 'call off' his march having successfully wound us all up? Too much spotlight on his state funded support for terrorism and being a large tool for one thing. Our radical Moose-slim commoonittteee really are a pain in the arse? Don't any of these wasters have work to do or are we funding most of them too, well supplementing their own private Pakistani based financial system forone?

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Bunting Tosser said...

Oh do fuck off, Dave.

JuliaM said...

"I thought old Anjem had decided to 'call off' his march having successfully wound us all up?"

Indeed, having served its purpose and got him the publicity he wanted.