Thursday, July 06, 2006
From the Ilford Recorder :
"POLICE are investigating the source behind dozens of controversial stickers put up around Ilford Town Centre, just days before the first anniversary of the London bombings.
Bright yellow stickers that read: "Islamic Values Vs British Values" contrasting honesty and charity for Muslims to gambling and homosexuality in Britain have appeared on lampposts, bus stops, phone boxes and road signs in the past week.
Redbridge Racial Equality Council alerted police, amid fears they could provoke tensions in the run-up to the July 7 anniversary tomorrow (Friday).
Extremist Islamic group Al-Ghurabaa produced the stickers, but a spokesman claimed he did not know who put them up."
Their website has the tasteful heading : "Are we ready for another 7/7 ?". Who's we, paleface ?
That 'are we ready' reminds me of something.
"Are you ready, Shahib ?" "Ah-hah"
"Shehzad ?" "Yeah"
"Germaine ?" "Mmm-mm"
"Alright fellas - let's go !"