Britain's Radical Factories

Where Sweden's first suicide bomber became radicalized

Taimur Abdulwahab al-Abdaly showed little interest in religion as he was growing up in Sweden, channeling his energies into sport and partying.

But after he began attending Luton University “everything changed” as he became a strict Muslim with increasingly extremist views, even naming his baby son Osama in honour of the al-Qaeda mastermind Osama bin Laden.

The Telegraph, Dec 13, 2010

"Allah has warned us in the Koran, do not befriend the kuffar (or kafir, Arabic word for unbelievers, now mainly used as a derogatory term for Christians and Jews), do not align yourself with the kuffar; the verses are so many and so numerous I can’t recite every one of them.”

From an exhortation made to students from a British madrassa by Abu Yusuf Riyadh-ul-Haq, an Islamic scholar based in the United Kingdom, not to associate with Christians and Jews.

BBC documentary, British Schools, Islamic Rules

British prisons may also be contributing to a potential U.K. based suicide bomber explosion (pun intended).

Why the country which defeated Hitler continues to manufacture facsimiles after "the London bombings" may be the result of a timid Chamberlain-like response aimed at appeasing those who would commit such a horrible merciless act of violence against ordinary people going about their business:

I understand your caution about not taking anything for granted. As you explained, “With the new race and religious hate laws coming through” after the London bombings “it could be considered illegal if Pain, Pleasure and Prejudice is deemed an attack on a person’s religious belief.”

Letter to a Publisher.

Bernard Payeur