Another attack foiled against English Defence League?
Today marks the 7th anniversary of the jihadist attacks on London, England that resulted in almost 850 innocent souls killed or injured.
Civilized people everywhere join with the British people from the Rock of Gibraltar to Diego Garcia to Trafalgar Square as they remember and pray for those slaughtered this day seven years ago.
Specifically aiming at commuters, the terrorist suicide bombers detonated their explosives on three different subway trains as well as the No. 30 bus above ground.
In a report from London’s The Standard, the driver of the No. 30 who miraculously survived the blast, George Psaradakis recalls the last moments of one of his passengers that fateful day::
“She spoke her last words over the phone to her boyfriend as the bomb went off.
At that moment a shower of tiny pieces of debris fell down on me.
The bus blew up into tiny pieces.
The people must be in tiny pieces.”
Psaradakis went on to say:
“When people ask me to talk about July 7 2005, the first thing that comes into my mind are all those innocent people, men and women, who lost their lives in such a horrible and barbaric way.”
A memorial was planned today at London’s Hyde Park to remember the fallen.
One minute of silence will also be observed at tonight’s City Council meeting.
Another Attack Averted?
As reported by the Toronto, Canada based DigitalJournal.com, hundreds of English Defence League (EDL) members peacefully marched last week in the city of Dewsbury, which “is becoming increasingly Islamified and which was home to the ringleader of the 7/7 London bombers.”
According to the official EDL website, the reasons for the Dewsbury march include:
- [T]he problems that Dewsbury has with both militant Islam and with Muslim integration in general, as well as the continued failure of both local and national politicians to even acknowledge that there are these problems.
- Dewsbury was home to the ringleader of the 7/7 bombers and the mosque that he attended has been accused by critics (including other Muslims) of promoting segregation, isolationism and Islamic supremacism.
- The organisation that runs the mosque was referred to as ‘an ante-chamber for fundamentalism’ by French security services and has numerous links to Islamic terrorism.
- In contrast to the Islamic extremists who called for Dewsbury to become an independent Islamic state run by Sharia Law, we believe in fighting separatism and working to prevent communities from becoming divided.
London’s The Mirror is reporting today that British traffic police accidentally discovered a trove of weapons and propaganda in the trunk of an impounded vehicle headed towards Dewsbury… two days after the vehicle was seized for no insurance and the two occupants set free.
Much to the surprise of the traffic cops, an “Afghanistan-style explosive device” was discovered as well as firearms, ammunition and propaganda leaflets “warning ‘infidels’ not to follow the EDL, [British Prime Minister] David Cameron and the Queen.”
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