I am not surprised by Mujaahid Abu Hamza’s brother’s staunch support for Islam and jihad, no matter how brutal and bloody. That is pure Islam. That is authentic Islam. Instead, look at what the BBC will air and promote. The BBC advances the most savage and brutal of ideologies — the most extreme on the face of the earth. But the BBC will call my opposition to ethnic cleansing, Jew-hatred, gender apartheid, creed apartheid, and FGM, racism, “bigotry” and “islamophobia.”
How the BBC, in good conscience, can air such bloody incitement while silencing voices like mine and Robert Spencer’s and those of other counter jihadists is criminal. It’s treason.
Mujaahid Abu Hamza (nee Michael Adebolajo) kissing the Koran, as he appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court.
THE brother of one of soldier Lee Rigby’s murderers sparked fury yesterday by blaming his “whole life sentence” on a hatred of Islam.
In a BBC interview, Jeremiah Adebolajo claimed the judge bowed to public pressure when ruling his brother Michael should die behind bars.
Muslim convert Jeremiah, 27, also said the murderer would lead a productive life with his family if he was set free. His comments triggered fury, with campaigners attacking the BBC for allowing him to spout his bizarre views on air.
Jeremiah, asked on BBC Radio 5 Live if he believed his brother’s sentence was based on anti-Muslim sentiment, replied: “Yes.”
He added: “I believe [the judge] was simply giving the public what they wanted.”
Muslim fanatics Adebolajo, 29, and pal Michael Adebowale, 22, butchered dad-of one Lee, 25, in front of horrified onlookers as he walked to his barracks in Woolwich, south-east London last May.
Adebolajo was caged for the rest of his life and Adebowale must spend 40 years in jail before being considered for release.
David Hines, from the National Victims’ Association, fumed: “To suggest Islamophobia came into the sentencing of these men is absolute nonsense.
“Judges in this country don’t bow to public pressure. If he had in this case he would have sentenced them to hang.”
Pamela Geller is the Editor of PamelaGeller.com