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Police admit failing to prosecute Islamists for membership of UK’s ‘most dangerous extremist group’

Police admit failing to prosecute Islamists for membership of UK’s ‘most dangerous extremist group’

Country: 
United Kingdom (UK)
News Date: 
29/06/2019
Lancastrian
Summary: 

No one has ever been prosecuted for membership of the UK’s ' despite followers launching numerous , it can be revealed. Supporters of ’s al-Muhajiroun (ALM) organisation carried out atrocities including the , 7/7 bombings and murder of , while others fought for  and the abroad. The government banned ALM as a terrorist group in 2006, making membership a criminal offence punishable by up to 10 years in prison. But a senior counterterror officer admitted that despite police identifying 600 current or former associates, none of them have been prosecuted for membership.

 

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Yet not one of them has been prosecuted. In the London Bridge jihad attack, “suspects had been arrested but not charged.” Meanwhile, “more than a dozen people were prosecuted for membership of the neo-Nazi terrorist group National Action.” Why the disparity? Because the authorities can safely prosecute neo-Nazis without fearing that such prosecutions will bring them charges of “racism” and “Islamophobia.” But the Muslim community in Britain has them so cowed and intimidated that they don’t dare move against jihadis.