28 June 2015

Tunisia: How UK's "not Islam" narrative helps terrorists

We're going to keep this simple and short, because the message just doesn't seem to get through. And (see below for full update), Britain it now appears has fallen in line with the terrorist narrative. Here's why:

In the wake of the horrific massacre by an Islamic terrorist of (mainly British) holiday-makers on a beach in Tunisia, UK Prime Minister David Cameron came out with a line we have heard from him, Barack Obama, France's Francois Hollande, Australia's Tony Abbott, and so many others in the wake of Islamist mass murder.

This is what Cameron said just after news of the massacre broke: "This is not in the name of Islam; it’s a perverted ideology and we must fight it,".

We have made the point many times about Mr. Cameron's qualifications to speak about Islamic theology -- he doesn't have any. In any case, it's idiotic to say it's not in "the name" of Islam, because the people who do such things are quite explicit that they are doing it precisely in "the name" of Islam. [The Commentator] Read more