July 04, 2006

Welfare stopped for terrorism suspect families

Faisal Bodi's Blood is Boiling at Al Guardian, and for once he would have a point had he not deliberately missed it. Thanks to resolutions 1267 (1999), 1333 (2000), 1390 (2002) and 1455 (2003) of the UN Security Council suspected of being associated with the Taliban and al-qaeda have had all but subsistence benefits removed for them and their families. This does mean that they are being punished for mere suspicion of aiding the Islamofascists and Islamic terrorists, and not just on them but on their families as well. While in Labour controlled Britain not an unusual thing, is a bad thing as nobody should be punished unless found guilty of some crime. Unfortunately Mr Bodi concentrates on the fact that all of the people suspected of being associated with Islamofascists and Islamic terrorists happen to be Muslim, as if this was some kind of strange coincidence that can only be explained by an anti-Islamic conspiracy. What exactly did he expect? Perhaps was under the impression that Bin Laden and Mullah Omar where actually a Jewish.


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