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Daily Mail Links 40,000 British Muslims To Terrorists

by | 4th, January 2011

THE Daily Mail would like its readers to know that in the past ten years 100,000 British people have converted to Islam. Or as the paper puts it:

Despite terror attacks, 100,000 Britons convert to Islam in past decade – with white women most keen to embrace Muslim faith

Yes. Those terror attacks by Islamist nutters have not yet managed to corrupt an entire religion and turn people away from a branch of spirituality.

Or maybe those white women have married Muslim men, some of whom might even be white as well?

Or maybe – just maybe – these 100,000 converts are a new model army turned onto Islam because the violence is so damn seductive?

Or maybe the headline is just utter anti-Muslim bollocks? Having read that 100,000 Britons have converted to Islam in a decade, we are later told:

In 2001 there were an estimated 60,000 Muslim converts in Britain. Since then the country has seen the spread of violent Islamist extremism and a number of terror plots against the country, including the July 7 bombings.

Maybe those gurning loons aren’t as seductive as we supposed. And if our maths is any good, isn’t this rise in the number of British converts to Islam over the past ten years actually 40,000? Still, anyone expecting a debate on religion and God will be disappointed. Jack Doyle writes:

Among those converts who have turned to terror include Nicky Reilly who tried to blow up a restaurant in Bristol with a nail bomb, shoe bomber Richard Reid and July 7 bomber Germaine Lindsay.

And those are just three converts chosen at random. And for purposes of record, Lindsay, Reilly and Reid are not white women.

But the best part of this article is yet to come.

The survey, conducted by Kevin Brice, an academic at Swansea University, asked converts for their views on the negative aspects of British culture.

They identified alcohol and drunkenness, a ‘lack of morality and sexual permissiveness’, and ‘unrestrained consumerism’.

Yeah. These converts agree with the Daily Mail

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