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Terrorism usually comes like a bolt from the blue, but not so the explosions in London. Some British Islamist leaders have been warning for months that such violence was imminent.
After the London blast and the assassination of the Egyptian envoy in Iraq, we realized the existence of a problem bigger than the dilemma of terrorism. The new problem is the existence of those sympathizing with terrorism. Unfortunately, there are some of the old guard of journalists and writers...
For over 10 years, many Arab writers, including myself, have been warning of the leniency, not the tolerance, in dealing with extremism that spread like wildfire amongst British Muslims and immigrants.
Sawt al-Umma succeeded in conducting interviews with al-Jamā‘āt al-Islāmīya affiliates living in London about the explosions that took place
In the light of the sad London blasts, one is sad for the British losses, as well as the Muslim losses. Whenever wise people promote the good core of Islam, unwise people destroy what was done.
London, unlike other cities of the world, is the real capital of the world. A city where all religions and doctrines, even Sufism, Buddhism and Confucianism, peacefully coexist. Extremist and moderate Islamists have found refuge, built their own mosques and founded charity and non-charity...
The London blasts of opened the eyes of observers on the special contradicting relations between the UK and the extremist fundamentalist organizations operating on its lands.
The civilized world has condemned July 7’s brutal attack on London. In addition to the condemnation, the Presidents of Middle Eastern and Islamic states sent supportive and sympathetic messages to their old historical friend, Britain
“We have fulfilled our promise and carried out our blessed military raid in Britain after our mujāhidīn exerted strenuous efforts over a long period of time to ensure the success of the raid.” [http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4660391.stm] With these words an Islamist group, purporting to be al-Qā‘ida...


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