The 2007 NYPD report “Radicalization in the West: The Homegrown Threat” concluded that the radicalization process is determined by the social milieu of Muslims.
“Though the locations can be mosques, more likely incubators include cafes, cab driver hangouts, flophouses, prisons, student associations, non-governmental organizations, hookah (water pipe) bars, butcher shops and book stores. ”
In other words, Muslims are radicalizing other Muslims. In fact, Westminster killer Khalid Masood lived in a hotbed of radical Muslims, Birmingham.
“The predominantly Muslim suburb of Alum Rock is part of a small corner of the city that has produced 10% of all the UK’s convicted terrorists, according to a report by counter-extremism think tank The Henry Jackson Society.”
A mere two miles from Masood’s one-room apartment was an Islamic bookstore that sells extremist literature which apparently is flying off the shelves.
This is the same town that Steve Emerson was calling attention to two years ago, and was internationally denounced as a “complete idiot.”
Would it be completely idiotic to say that we should expect another Masood to come from Birmingham, or would that, instead, be entirely realistic?
Extremist books openly sold TWO MILES from Westminster killer’s home
HATE books encouraging Muslims to take part in Jihad were on sale near the bedsit of Westminster killer Khalid Masood.
By Richard Burns – Exclusive / Published 2nd April 2017 http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/601953/Extremist-books-sold-two-miles-Westminster-killer-home-Khalid-Masood-Alum-Rock
The extremist literature, which also advocates the death penalty for adulterers and promotes hatred of the gay community, were openly available in Britain’s terror capital.
Copies of Bringing Up Children in Islam, which urges parents to “keep alive in the children the spirit of Jihad” and Major Sins which advocates the murder of homosexuals were on sale in shops in the Alum Rock area of the city.
Masood, 52, lived just two miles away in a bedsit in Hagley Road, Birmingham, where maps and photos of Westminster were found.
Yesterday The Madina Book Centre, said Bringing Up Children in Islam, which was available two weeks ago for £5, had since sold out and was no longer on the shelves.
A shop worker said: “We had it but I think it has now sold out. You will have to speak to my boss and he is not here.”
The nearby Madani Gift Shop, which stocked Major Sins as recently as two weeks ago, was unavailable for comment.
Both books were bought from the shops by a reporter less than two weeks before the Westminster atrocity.
The predominantly Muslim suburb of Alum Rock is part of a small corner of the city that has produced 10% of all the UK’s convicted terrorists, according to a report by counter-extremism think tank The Henry Jackson Society.
It found 26 of 269 Islamists over the last 20 years came from just five council wards in Birmingham – Springfield, Sparkbrook, Hodge Hill, Washwood Heath and Bordesley Green.
Both bookshops in Alum Rock fall into the Washwood Heath ward.
In what is intended to be a thorough guide to creating the perfect Muslim family, Bringing Up Children in Islam encourages parents to “keep alive in the children the spirit of Jihad.”
It reads: “They may be inspired to strive for the restoration of the glory of Islam and Muslims.
“Jihad of warfare is where all humans spend their energies to stop a tyrant from being oppressive, for example when a tyrant makes it difficult for people to fulfil the commands of Allah to propagate Islam.
“Tyrants must be subdued whether they rule in an Islamic or non-Islamic land, or whether they are on a battlefield.
“It is the duty of Muslims to divert people from worshipping created things to the worship of the Almighty Allah alone.”
The book rails against cinema and theatre, arguing they are the work of “evil-minded” Jews before warning of a Jewish conspiracy to take over the world.
It states Jews aim to “divide nations into small groups, to incite them against one another and cause them to quarrel.”
Written by Dr Muhammad Habibullah Mukhtar, the book also supports adulterers being stoned to death and Muslim schoolchildren being kept separate from others, adding: “Education under unbelieving and atheist teachers results in them going astray.”