Lancashire Muslims "Sick" Of David Cameron's Pronouncements On Islamic Extremism

Made even more ironic by the fact that Cameron panders to Muslims at every turn.

As Jihad Watch points out:
"The witless panderer Cameron insisted in his speech that Islam was a peaceful religion, but this sop to the War-Is-Deceit crowd didn’t placate them. The fact that he is talking about Islamic terrorism at all, in however toothless and mealy-mouthed a fashion, sends them into paroxysms of rage. “I think he needs to be careful he does not want to isolate one community,” said Blackburn councillor Shaukut Hussain — and yet jihad terror and Islamic supremacist boasts about Britain’s imminent conquest by Islam only come from one community. If they’re really loyal British subjects, Shaukat Hussain and other Muslim leaders should be working to show themselves loyal to the British state, instead of demanding that the British state stop speaking about matters it would prefer to ignore."

From the Lancashire Telegraph:
Leading East Lancashire Muslims say they are ‘sick and tired’ of Prime Minister David Cameron’s pronouncements on home-grown Islamist extremism.

Mr Cameron made a speech yesterday saying the root causes of radicalisation must be tackled and that many people born and raised in the UK don’t ‘identify with Britain and feel little or no attachment to other people here’.

Blackburn councillor Shaukut Hussain said every time this type of announcement was made the local Muslim community felt it had to defend itself.

He said: “I think he needs to be careful he does not want to isolate one community. We are British. Personally I am sick and tired of having to defend Muslims and my community. These extremists do not represent us. I do not feel I have to defend the actions of these idiots.

“Most of these guys have fallen away and what we need to do is to find a way of controlling the internet as that’s where the majority of brainwashing is taking place, not mosques, and I think he is wrong if he is trying to blame one community.”

Fellow councillor Salim Mulla said: “We are working our socks off to promote community integration and he can’t keep bashing the Muslim community like this. He needs to look at the grassroots level. Maybe his party is not that integrated but as far as I can see the community here is integrated.” [...]

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