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    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...-style-3845160

    Government send warning notice to UK troops about plot to kill more soldiers by muslims. Muslim reportedly approached soldiers and photographed a military event. Apparently they have a picture of the muslim suspect so why not arrest him?

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    (Original post by Ace123)
    Apparently they have a picture of the muslim suspect so why not arrest him?
    Because he does not appear to have committed a crime

    Converting to Islam
    Talking to soldiers
    Taking photos in a public place

    What could they arrest him for?
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    Unfortunately it has to be admitted that he terrorists have won if this is the level of precaution we are living with.
    Government figures show that there are hundreds of men coming out of prison being either converted to Islam or lapsed Muslims being radicalised whilst inside.
    This problem isnt going to go away, it will ony get worse.
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    (Original post by TenOfThem)
    Converting to Islam
    Talking to soldiers
    Taking photos in a public place
    ^This is enough to put you on "the high alert" list, I guess.



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    "Muslims"

    One person represents all Muslims now? :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Tyrion_Lannister)
    "Muslims"

    One person represents all Muslims now? :rolleyes:
    This. From past posts the OP seems to really hate Muslims...
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    (Original post by Tyrion_Lannister)
    "Muslims"

    One person represents all Muslims now? :rolleyes:
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    Unless the article is missing some key details I don't see how his behaviour is suspicious. Maybe he's interested in joining the army. Maybe he found what the soldiers were doing interesting. People take pictures of everything and anything nowadays so this is really no reason to label someone a potential murderer.
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    They should just kill the ******* and make it look like a house robbery or something.
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    (Original post by de_monies)
    This. From past posts the OP seems to really hate Muslims...
    Exactly

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    Unless the article is missing some key details I don't see how his behaviour is suspicious. Maybe he's interested in joining the army. Maybe he found what the soldiers were doing interesting. People take pictures of everything and anything nowadays so this is really no reason to label someone a potential murderer.
    This!
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    Why do they let them in the first place? If they dont expect things like this to happen, then
    they are obviously stuck in their perfect, higher class lives,.....imagine some higher class
    living in a flat next to 5 muslims or something- that would soon open their eyes- they would
    not like the sight of it for a start !
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    (Original post by Tyrion_Lannister)
    "Muslims"

    One person represents all Muslims now? :rolleyes:
    In no way does the article say that whatsoever, you sound like you're just looking for an excuse to be outraged.

    The man is an ex-convict who converted to Islam behind bars.

    Radical Islam is quite prevalent in prisons, and the fact that the man is a former criminal indicates he might commit a crime again.

    Owing to the fact that Muslims consider fellow Muslims the world over as their "brothers", there is an almost universal hatred of the UK armed forces because of their actions in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    So we have an ex-convict who converted to Islam and therefore has precedent and also the motive to attack a member of the armed forces investigating said armed forces. Of course it's a cause for concern.

    The fact that he is a Muslim is very relevant, and turning a blind eye to that out of fear of being labelled as Islamophobic helps no-one.
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    (Original post by tengentoppa)
    In no way does the article say that whatsoever, you sound like you're just looking for an excuse to be outraged.

    The man is an ex-convict who converted to Islam behind bars.

    Radical Islam is quite prevalent in prisons, and the fact that the man is a former criminal indicates he might commit a crime again.

    Owing to the fact that Muslims consider fellow Muslims the world over as their "brothers", there is an almost universal hatred of the UK armed forces because of their actions in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    So we have an ex-convict who converted to Islam and therefore has precedent and also the motive to attack a member of the armed forces investigating said armed forces. Of course it's a cause for concern.

    The fact that he is a Muslim is very relevant, and turning a blind eye to that out of fear of being labelled as Islamophobic helps no-one.
    I was referring to the OP
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    (Original post by Tyrion_Lannister)
    I was referring to the OP
    But there's nothing wrong with the OP either. The person allegedly plotting the murder is a Muslim, and the motivation for killing a soldier is his religion.

    I see no problem with calling the man Muslim.
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    (Original post by tengentoppa)
    But there's nothing wrong with the OP either. The person allegedly plotting the murder is a Muslim, and the motivation for killing a soldier is his religion.

    I see no problem with calling the man Muslim.
    "Muslims plot another attack" is a hyperbole and makes it sound representative of Muslims
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    Rivers of blood I cannot wait. The more violence the better as we can retaliate.
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    Respect from a fellow Muslim, good to know not everyone thinks how the media do.

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    (Original post by AngryWhiteMan)
    Rivers of blood I cannot wait. The more violence the better as we can retaliate.
    You have got to be kidding me. Are you for real?

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    (Original post by guided-one)
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    People retaliated over the Lee Rigsby killing didn't they? With the spread of ISIS we'll see a new wave of extremists but it'll backfire as the public will eventually stop being tolerant pussys and give Islam the boot.
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    (Original post by AngryWhiteMan)
    People retaliated over the Lee Rigsby killing didn't they? With the spread of ISIS we'll see a new wave of extremists but it'll backfire as the public will eventually stop being tolerant pussys and give Islam the boot.
    Yes some extremists did retaliate. If theh actually had some intelligence they would have realized that around 99% of Muslims were against the murder of Lee Rigby.

    Islam is against the killing of innocent civilians, the likes of Lee Rigby.

    ISIS: they won't last and I don't think theres a single scholar of Islam that supports them. They don't even represent 1% of Muslims. (Please do your own research before commenting of these topics)

    'Give Islam the boot'? Mind clarifying what you mean by this

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    (Original post by AngryWhiteMan)
    Rivers of blood I cannot wait. The more violence the better as we can retaliate.
    Do the world a favour, never have children.
 
 
 
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