1. Daha Mohammed, 51, also of Abbotts Close, was charged with the murder of Mr Greenaway and was due to appear at Bexley Magistrates’ Court today.
A post-mortem examination at Greenwich Mortuary gave the cause of death as incised wounds to the throat.
2. In this partial interview with Assad, notice how he is not making threats but seems also to be advising Europe of what many of us already know to be true. That equipping Al-Qaeda to fight Assad will result in many European muslims coming back to Europe with more training, determination and fanaticism than before and they would likely then continue to wage jihad in Europe. I believe that most European leaders are aware this is the case already. Once again I find myself lamenting how awful it is that in many ways I trust the presidents of Russia and Syria before the leaders of the USA and UK.
3. TheTelegraph gets it partially right, which is a part more than usual, when they expose the UAF as a violent thuggish and fascist group. They can’t back up their classic “far right wing” claims about their opponents as usual however.
Anti-fascists fuel the fire of hate
The self-appointed opponents of bigotry can be as ugly as the racist groups they oppose.
One reason why UAF will not campaign against Islamist extremists is that one of its own vice-chairmen, Azad Ali, is one. As well as his UAF role, which he took up last year, Mr Ali is community affairs coordinator of the Islamic Forum of Europe, a Muslim supremacist group dedicated to changing “the very infrastructure of society, its institutions, its culture, its political order and its creed from ignorance to Islam”.
4. Front Page article on the German boycott of Israeli goods, pointing out the ludicrousness and hypocrisy and lack of proportion of this action.