Muslim children in Britain 'brought up to hate their homeland'


 The teachings of Omar Bakri Mohammed are popular on radical sites

 Teachings of Omar Bakri are popular

Radical British Muslims have formed chatrooms to discuss adopting orphans and bringing up children to be Islamic fighters, a study has found.

Discussions on a number of radical websites have asked how children should be brought up to be "mujahideen" and whether they should be pulled out of mainstream schools.

Other participants boast of how their children threaten to kill "kuffar" [non-believers] and complain that the Shakespeare being taught in schools is "full of homosexuality, fornication and adultery."

The Centre for Social Cohesion says radical Muslims are using the internet to create a "virtual Islamic caliphate" and calls on the government to launch a crack down.

According to the Centre for Social Cohesion, a think tank which has been monitoring radical websites, users of a site called discussed the possibility of adopting children and bringing them up on May 3 this year.

The site, which is based at a post office box in Glasgow and protected by a password, is used by the followers of the radical preacher Omar Bakri Mohammed, who lived in North London until he fled to the Lebanon in 2005.

"Hamza", one visitor to the site on 23 March this year, wrote about a friend's account of what his nine-year-old son, Rashid, had told him he would say if his father was killed by the kuffar [non-believers].

He said the boy told him: "I don't care if you kill me cause I'm not afraid of you or to die for Allah, and I'll have a lot of wives in jennah [heaven] insha allah and I'll be with my dad in jennah too and we will have fun doing what we want there if Allah lets us.

"Don't kill my dad or you will be in trouble with me, I swear by Allah."

One reader, 'Mujahidinbeeston', the area of Leeds where the July 7 bombers came from, responded to the post by writing: "Mashallah [thanks be to god]...We could all learn something from the behaviour of children sometimes!! They sometimes say things so basic and plain, that when contemplated, makes so much sense!"

A British woman who runs a blog called often writes of how she aims to pass on her views to her two and a half year old daughter, according to the Centre for Social Cohesion.

In one entry from December 2007, she wrote: "Al-Hamdulillah [thanks be to god] though, she knows the difference between a kaafir and a Muslim. Some days she'll stand at the window telling me she's looking at the kaafir go by. Other days when I speak to her about Sheikh Usaamah, she'll think about it and reply with 'Go away kaafir', and raise her hand as if to hit someone."

Writing of her daughter's schooling, she said: "How can we say 'Laa ilaaha illallaah' [there is no god but Allah] and allow our children to be educated (and dictated) by the kuffaar in school everyday?

"With the introduction in the last few years of citizenship into the curriculum, we are allowing our children to be taught that they must give allegiance to the Queen, and have hatred towards our great scholars and mujaahideen.

"In English, as part of GCSE, they must study Shakespeare, whose books are full of homosexuality, fornication and adultery, each of which are great sins in Islam."

The words of Omar Bakri Mohammed are popular on the sites and in one speech at in April 2008, he said children should be brought up to become capable of spreading Islam through dawa [prozelytising] or through jihad: "Develop them and build them properly to become capable to carry the dawa and capable to carry the task whether in the dawa field or in the jihad battlefield."

James Brandon, author of the report, Virtual Caliphate, said the internet was offering an alternative forum for Muslims who have been forced out of mosques.

Mr Brandon has found evidence that the sites include sermons by Abu Hamza, who is currently in jail for incitement to murder, and fellow preacher Abu Izzadeen, jailed for a similar offence earlier this year, as well as Abdullah al-Faisal, jailed and then deported.

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