Islam 101 Islam in the UK Islamic Barbarism Islamic brutality ISLAMIC STATE


This of course busts the meme recently burped by Finnish ”expert” on Islam, Markko Juntunen:

”the Muslim religion does not lead to extremism, and closely engaged religious Muslims are not prone to acts of terrorism or accept violence.”

”Former classmates at St Mary Magdalene said Emwazi had got into occasional fights after school assemblies, but said he was usually reserved and dedicated to his religion. One former classmate said: ‘It was a Church of England school and he was the only Muslim in our class. One time we had an RE lesson and he got up and talked about his religion.

‘He wrote Arabic on the board to show us what it looked like and how it went in the other direction. He showed us a religious text and spoke about what his religion was about. ‘That was when we were eight or nine. He mentioned fasting. His English wasn’t very good throughout primary school. He could only say a few words at first – like his name and where he was from.”

EXCLUSIVE: First picture of the angelic schoolboy who turned into the world’s most wanted man. How polite west London pupil became bloodthirsty ISIS executioner Jihadi John


Smiling at the camera with his church school friends (left), there is nothing to link this middle-class schoolboy to the merciless terrorist butcher Jihadi John. But Mohammad Emwazi can tonight be unmasked as the notorious Islamic State murderer who has shocked the world with his bloodlust. Arriving in Britain when he was six years old, Kuwaiti-born Mohammed Emwazi appeared to embrace British life, playing football in the affluent streets of West London while supporting Manchester United. Neighbours recalled a polite, quietly spoken boy who was studious at his Church of England school, where he was the only Muslim pupil in his class.

The son of a Kuwaiti minicab driver, young Emwazi arrived in Britain speaking only a few words of English, and appeared more interested in football than in Islam. He went to mosque with his family, who spoke Arabic to each other, but wore Western clothing and became popular with his British classmates at St Mary Magdalene Church of England primary school in Maida Vale, West London. Former schoolmates were yesterday struggling to believe that the quiet boy they knew had been unmasked as the world’s most notorious terrorist. More here.

Jihadi John had been on MI5’s radar for SIX YEARS – so how could he escape to start reign of terror in Syria?

Emwazi, from Queen’s Park, London, is believed to have become known to the British security services in 2009 when he was accused of trying to fight with Somali terror group Al-Shabaab in east Africa.

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: No, Britain is not to blame for Jihadi John

Twitter grab of British Journalist David Cawthorne Haines who has been paraded by IS as the next victim to be beheaded.   He appears in a video showing the beheading of Steven Sotloff by a masked terrorist believed to be responsible for the killing of US journalist James Foley. known as Jihadi John.

Let’s get one thing straight: we are not all to blame for those dopey birds from East London who have flown to Syria to become jihadi brides, and we’re not all to blame for Jihadi John either.

From playing video games and practising martial arts to the world’s most reviled killer: Jihadi John’s descent to bloodthirsty executioner


As a schoolboy in west London, he enjoyed playing computer games and was a keen martial artist described as polite and light-hearted. But today, he is world’s most reviled killer.

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