Muneer Ahmed, who was locked up for 22 weeks for the killing, was found by police officers standing over the dog’s body in an alleyway.
The 33-year-old was ordered to serve an extra 14 days to run concurrently after he threatened to empty a jug of water over the prosecution solicitor in an expletive-ridden volley of abuse.
(What could possibly go wrong?)
In 2008, Britain repealed its blasphemy laws. In 2014, they’re back. Blasphemy has not been reintroduced by legislation, or democratic will; instead, it has returned via a distinctly sinister route. It applies overwhelmingly to one particular religion, and its penalty is severe.
LONDON. Just like the violent riots that caused the deaths of hundreds of people in 2006, this story begins with a cartoon.
In 2013, two students from the London School of Economics (LSE), a major UK university in central London, set up their stall at the annual freshers’ fair (an event bringing together representatives of various clubs and societies to advertise to new students) for the LSE Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society to which they belong.
Police have reportedly stepped up patrols around Hounslow Cavalry Barracks amid concerns extremists are plotting a copycat Lee Rigby-style killing.
Counter-terror officers have warned soldiers at the military base in Beavers Lane, Hounslow, to be alert as the British soldier’s murderers await sentencing this week.
Members of the Welsh Guards were told to avoid drawing attention to their army status by wearing their uniform in nearby pubs or Hounslow High Street, according to a report in the Mirror today , after intelligence suggested fanatics in the area supported Mr Rigby’s killing.
Neither the police nor the Army would comment directly on the reports or what security measures have been taken.
(I bet anything that the soldiers would still not be allowed to carry firearms to protect themselves)
The jihad terror-trainings compounds in the U.S., a news story I first broke back in 2007, are growing. And now I have obtained exclusive information showing that one of them has placed members on local police forces, ensuring that nothing is done to stop or even monitor their activities.
PJ Media reported, “Federal Bureau of Investigations documents detailing a 22-site network of terrorist training villages sprawled across the United States. According to the documents, the FBI has been concerned about these facilities for about 12 years, but cannot act against them because the U.S. State Department has not yet declared that their umbrella group, MOA [Muslims of the Americas]/Jamaat ul-Fuqra, as a Foreign Terrorist Organization.”
Thanks DP111, Richard, Fjordman, EDL Buck, and all who sent in material. More to come.