Muslim Teen Distributes Jihad Materials

PUBLISHED: 11:15 PM 31 Jan 2018

Judge Makes Dangerous Assumption, Muslim Teen Hitting Major Hospitals With Jihad Materials

The judge is leaving this up to the parents but what if they feel the same way as their son?

Hospitals discovered the Muslim terrorist propaganda inside the prayer rooms.

A 17-year-old man was arrested after leaving Muslim terrorist propaganda and recruiting materials at two major hospitals in London. He placed the propaganda which consisted of flyers and compact discs (CDs) in the prayer rooms of the hospitals.

The CDs were labeled, “Free. Take me.” and contained lectures by Anwar al-Awlaki, a man who was linked to al-Qaeda and killed. Al-Awlaki was the target of a drone strike and has been dead for some time.

The flyers read, “Become martyrs for the sake of Allah.” The man was tracked down after authorities reviewed closed-circuit television footage of him entering and leaving the facility, which was cross-referenced with his travel card to Royal London Hospital.

The police conducted a search of his home and found several more copies of the CD as well as the computer he used to create the flyers. After he was arrested, bail was set and he was released on the condition that he surrender his passport and check in with police three times a week until his sentencing.

The man pleaded guilty to two counts of encouraging or assisting the commission of a terrorist offense and one count of providing a service to assist an act of terrorism. The judge in the case, Emma Arbuthnot is considering a sentence which does not include jail time.

In a statement that shocked the people of England, Arbuthnot said, “I have to make sure that if I don’t lock you up, there’s a very robust package of measures in place.”

The judge in this particular case was very sympathetic to the parents because they showed up at court with the young man and she believes the crimes committed by the suspect often “came out of nowhere,” seemingly relieving the parents of any responsibility.

Islamic terrorists have become extremely dangerous in London. Last summer, Muslim terrorists ran a van onto the sidewalk of a bridge in London careening over a group of pedestrians. When the van came to a halt, three men jumped out on a rampage and began attacking people, stabbing them viciously.

The attack resulted in seven deaths and 48 others being injured, many of them left in critical condition.

The three attackers were all killed by police on the scene. The police were reported to have fired 50 bullets in their efforts to take the three attackers out, which reflects poorly on their marksmanship, especially considering the attackers couldn’t shoot back.

London has become a very different place in recent years as the Middle Eastern Muslim population has taken over the city. The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is famous for saying terrorist attacks are “part and parcel” of life in a big city. The English are currently a minority in their own capital city.

London has seen crime rates soar as have other areas of England since the mass migration took place. Crimes previously unheard of in London are now a common occurrence in the once great city.

London has become the acid attack capital, with more acid attacks per capita than any other city in the world.

Criminals, mostly Middle Eastern Muslims, are keeping a highly acidic solution in bottles and splashing it in the face of victims, often unprovoked, scarring and disfiguring them for life.

In Rotherham, England Pakistani Muslim grooming gangs formed and repeatedly targeted and raped white girls, some as young as 11-years-old.

Some 1,400 of these rapes were swept under the rug by police because authorities feared accurate reporting of the crimes would be viewed as racist.

When the media in England report the crimes committed by Middle Eastern Muslims, they simply describe the perpetrator as “Asian,” because they fear giving a more accurate and descriptive illustration of the perpetrators would encourage hate.

It is also very hard for the public to report suspected terrorist and their recruiters due to the restrictions on speech in the country. Saying the wrong thing about a protected class of people in England could land someone with good intentions in prison.

While the judge, in this case, indicated if the 17-year-old was 18, she would have no problem giving him a prison sentence, it is unlikely the man will spend any time in jail for spreading recruiting material for an Islamic group.

London has been transformed into something unrecognizable, and the judicial system and politicians in power, such as Sadiq Kahn, the mayor of London, are doing little to reverse the downward spiral the city and country are in.