No one in their right mind should take this lightly. This is not only a protest. This is exactly how every single civil war through the Middle East and beyond initially start. They gather flashmobs for ‘protests’ – faux democracy protests. Islam is anti-democracy in itself so whenever the ‘democracy’ argument is used, there should be caution to blindly believe it. They then stir problems and unrest. If the police begin to tackle the problems, they play victim. The victim narrative is then used as propaganda to media, non-profit organisations, various leftist human rights causes, to gain larger support. The continued wave of protests eventually grow into civil unrest, dividing communities, blurring the lines of the real cause behind the protests – an Islamic caliphate. This is how the Muslim Brotherhood began their faux “Arab Spring democracy” protests in Egypt, leading to Morsi in power and quickly spreading to mass murders and persecution of non-Sunni minorities.
Syria is another perfect example. Protests began in 2011 by Kurdish PYD affiliated members in Northern Syria, near the Turkish border. It soon expanded into staged protests taken up by Sunni insurgents in 2011 demanding regime change. Israel had already complained about Sunni jihad training camps appearing near Damascus in 2003. Obama is, in fact, one of the main triggering causes to the civil war in Syria. Within weeks of the first faux protests in Syria Obama began to meddle into the Sunni infiltrated arguments – fueled by Saudi Arabia and its allies for a Sunni regime – and put sanctions on Syria while funding terrorist rebels.
Muslims must be banned residency in the West. They are incessant political manipulators, creating problems everywhere they go. They have a constant finger in politics while they cannot get along amongst their own communities, let alone anyone else’s communities. In fact, this is exactly why Muslims got denied residency for centuries in Western countries. It was only the leftists who changed that policy, and now we are stuck with the consequences of it all across the West.
1000 Muslims block London streets chanting Allahu Akbar to demand Islamic caliphate
MORE than 1000 Muslims took to the streets of London last night chanting Allahu Akbar and demanding an Islamic caliphate.
Express, PUBLISHED: 11:24, Thu, Dec 15, 2016
The street outside the empty embassy in Belgrave Square, London, was closed off as it filled with protestors and Islamic leaders chanting loudly and calling for America to be punished over Aleppo.
The demonstration became an alternative to an official rally calling for an end to the bloodshed in Syria outside Downing Street.
During the speeches which lasted almost an hour the crowd chanted Allahu Akbar ‘God is the greatest’ and cheered for those calling for a global caliphate.
More than 1,000 Muslims took to the streets of London in protest.
A poet invited to talk shouted: “We need a Caliph who will clean up these streets. Who will smack up armies and who will back beef [fighting].
“Backhand your missiles back to your land, that’s the plan.
“World domination at hand. We can expand and take out these fools.”
The crowd largely segregated into men and women with many of the women wearing Islamic clothing.
According to website Breitbart one protester appeared to be waving a Taliban flag, while others were handed placards made by Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain, which calls for the reestablishment of a caliphate.
It is unclear who organised the demonstration.
Breitbart also reported that Haitham al-Hadad, a Saudi-trained Salafist Muslim, congratulated the crowd on amassing so quickly and in such large numbers saying: “This gathering today – in a matter of a few hours, hundreds of brothers and sisters coming together – is a sign of positivity and revival, and a sign of victory for Allah.”
Most speakers kept to the message over foreign action in Syria.
The protest blocked lanes of traffic when it got underway in the capital.
Asim Qureshi, director of the Muslim rights group CAGE, who once called Jihadi John ‘beautiful’, laid the blame for the situation in Aleppo at America’s door, saying: “Never forget who is the problem here.
“When they say ‘look, America is the one who is going to come and help you in this’, then we have to remind them. Go back to the beginning of the war on terror when we were investigating cases of individuals being put on rendition flights to Syria where they had the soles of their feet beaten by the Syrian regime the moment they arrived in prison.
“And who sent them there? The Americans, the CIA.”
The protest blocked lanes of traffic when it got underway at around 9pm on Tuesday night.
The street outside the empty embassy was closed off for the demo.
The US has been involved in airstrikes in Syria and been involved with providing equipment for rebel groups fighting ISIS.
Motorists were forced to find alternative routes as the protest got underway at about 9pm, with a prayer session outside the Syrian embassy. The embassy was vacated in May 2012 when the Syrian ambassador to the UK was expelled by the British Government.
The crowd, mostly drawn from mosques across London, was largely self-segregated with many of the women wearing Islamic clothing.
It soon grew to block off the entire road, with many in the crowd waving what looked to be the Taliban flag, while others were handed placards made by Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain, which calls for the reestablishment of a caliphate. It is not clear who organised the demonstration.
But Haitham al-Hadad, a Saudi-trained Salafist Muslim, congratulated last night’s crowd on drawing together to rapidly and in such large numbers. “This gathering today – in a matter of a few hours, hundreds of brothers and sisters coming together – is a sign of positivity and revival, and a sign of victory for Allah,” he said.