Foreword: And amongst the 400,000 British Pakistani Moslem guests we have living in our country who travel freely bewteen the UK and Pakistan ever year, how many children from amongst that number do you think end up in the extreme Madrassa's in Pakistan encouraged by their Moslem parents?
Taught and trained in the 'Way of Jihad' for Allah and Islam, then sent back to their host Nation.
And the osteriches in power stick their heads in the sand, and their butts in the air and send these children and their peer's to therapy classes instead of booting them out of our country for National Security reasons because of their human rights, and they wont send them to prison either because the British prison system is now over flowing beyond bursting point.
Who do you think is on the recieving end of all of this?
Is it any wonder there is a mass problem in inner cities with guns and knives amongst the youth when they are now faced with young murder's who have no problem with stabbing and killing them. What would you do if you were in their shoes?
Its a matter of life and death for some people out on the streets of Britain now.
A teenager seized as he prepared to launch a suicide attack told today how he had been groomed to kill British troops.
Shakirullah Yasin Ali, just 14, spoke up in prison two days after three British soldiers were killed in a suicide bombing in Helmand, bringing UK fatalities in Afghanistan to 100.
'If I had succeeded, I would be dead now,' he said of his own mission in the town of Khost., where he was captured.
'But those who were instructing me said that if I believed in serving God it was my duty to fight against the foreigners. They said God would protect me when the time came.'
Interviewed by The Independent newspaper, Shakirullah added: 'All we were told was the British and the Americans were in Afghanistan and they were killing Muslims.'
The frail Pakistani Pashtun farmer's son is one of the youngest ever suicide bombing suspects.
Shakirullah said his education in Pakistan's South Waziristan region was at a madrassa run by two imams, Mullahs Saleb and Azizullah, where students between 13 and 22 learned the Koran and listened to political lectures.
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