“In sha Allah a day will come when David Camerons head will be on a spike as he continues to wage war on the awilya of Allah.”
So tweeted a female jihadist from Britain, who goes by the Twitter handle @UmmKhattab, and is based in Raqqa, northeast Syria.
The threat to England’s prime minister, made on September 7, instantly caught the attention of British anti-terrorist authorities.
In August, the Islamic terror threat to Great Britain rose sharply.
Reports had surfaced that British-born female jihadis were running a religious police force that punished women for un-Islamic behaviour in territory controlled by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
Female ISIS fighters
British authorities fear that such women could return to the United Kingdom–singly or en masse–and launch terror attacks
As a result, on August 29, Prime Minister David Cameron announced at a press conference thatUnited Kingdom authorities would soon begin revoking the passports of British citizens traveling to Syria.
To which the female jihadist, believed to be 18, responded in another tweet:
“I really do not understand why Britain is threatening to remove our citizenship like we care lool its actually quiet laughable.”
Cameron gave his reply at a press conference:
“We are in the middle of a generational struggle against a poisonous and extremist ideology. What we’re facing in Iraq and Syria now with [ISIS] is a deeper and greater threat to our security than we have ever known before.”
Among the steps being taken to combat the perceived threat:
- The terror threat level was increased to one below “critical,” the highest alert.
- British authorities will revoke the passports of British nationals returning from Syria who are believed to have trained in terror camps in preparation for a domestic terror attack.
- Foreign nationals who have traveled to Syria will be barred from entering the United Kingdom.
- Security will be increased throughout Britain, especially in its larger cities.
At his press conference, Cameron repeatedly mouthed all the Politically Correct cliches about Islam being “a religion of peace.”
He blamed the “poisonous Islamist ideology,” not Islam, for the threat posed to Western civilization: “Islam is a religion observed peacefully by over a billion people. Islamist extremism is a poisonous ideology observed by a minority.”
This despite the contrary finding by Samuel Huntington, the late political scientist at Harvard University.
In his groundbreaking book, The Clash of Civilizations (1996) Huntington noted:
‘The fundamental problem for the West is not Islamic fundamentalism. It is Islam, a different civilisation whose people are convinced of the superiority of their culture and are obsessed with the inferiority of their power.”
Meanwhile, in the United States….
“I formally and humbly request to be made a citizen of the Islamic State,” wrote Nidal Hasan in an undated letter addressed to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS.
In 2009, Hassan fatally shot 13 U.S. Army personnel and injured more than 30 others at Fort Hood, Texas.
The Defense Department, hewing to the Politically Correct line that Islam is “a religion of peace,” has labeled the massacre a case of “workplace violence.”
This despite overwhelming evidence that Hassan was motivated by Islamic religious beliefs to turn a FN Five-seven single-action semiautomatic pistol on his fellow soldiers.
Among that evidence: Hassan had shouted the Islamic battle cry, “Allah Akbar!” (“God is Great!”) before opening fire.
Convicted and sentenced to death, Hassan is incarcerated at the United States Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. His case awaits review by appellate courts.
Yet his death row status didn’t prevent him from smuggling out a letter to the then-head of ISIS.
“It would be an honor for any believer to be an obedient citizen soldier to a people and its leader who don’t compromise the religion of All-Mighty Allah to get along with the disbelievers.”
The two-page letter was signed “SoA,” for “Soldier of Allah.”
Great Britain has dared to revoke passports of British citizens who have traveled to Syria. But the United States has yet to do so vis-a-vis its own citizens.
Meanwhile, the United States Congress has just voted $500 million in military aid to arm and train “moderate Syrian” rebels–who will supposedly fight ISIS on America’s behalf.
This totally ignores the blunt reality that, since 1979, Syria has been designated as a sponsor of terrorism by the U.S. State Department.
Among the terrorist groups it supports are Hizbollah and Hamas. For years, Syria provided a safe-house in Damascus to Ilich Ramírez Sánchez–the notorious terrorist better known as Carlos the Jackal.
Syrians have never known any other form of government than absolute dictatorship. There are no “freedom-loving Syrians” for the United States to support–only murderers who have long served a tyrant and now wish to become the next tyrant.
All-in-all, the future looks better for would-be Islamic conquerors than for those in the United States awaiting the next 9/11.