UK: jihadists are ruling prisons, “vulnerable” infidel prisoners paying jizya

Britain’s Ministry of Justice has discovered that “a group of radicalized Muslims dominates the UK prison system”. The group which calls itself the Brotherhood  “tries to impose Islamic law on all prisoners regardless of faith”. Their ‘rules’ are taken straight out of the Quran and Hadith. They “cover personal hygiene and what inmates are allowed to eat in their cell block” and some infidel inmates are being forced to pay the jizya tax to the brotherhood.

The article below tries to soften things up and calls the jizya a practice in “fundamentalist Islam” but it was the main source of income during the Ottoman era and highlights the separation of the Muslim believer from the disbeliever, where the latter is inferior. Surely the vilest of animals in Allah’s sight are those who disbelieve (Quran 8:55). The  jizya is a practice among the (many other) abusive, supremacist practices found in normative Islam that ascribes an inferior status to infidels, apostates and women. With the proliferation of salafism has come stricter obedience to Islamic tenets.

The jizya is a tax that non-Muslims must pay as a sign of their subjugation to the Muslims, and it is mandated in the Qur’an: “Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, (even if they are) of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.” — Qur’an 9:29

The ‘ruling’ jihadists in U.K. jails are using similar tactics and behaviors demonstrated by Islamic supremacists globally which necessitated the global war on Jihad terror to begin with; jihadists punish, oppress, cast terror into the heart of disbelievers to usurp Democratic Rights and Rule of Law, all to impose the supremacy awarded to them in the shariah; while their Muslim Brotherhood stealth counterparts shield them by making Muslims appear to be the victims of “islamophobia” globally. Similarly, the UK prison “Brothers” and other jihadist prisoners have operated using a deadly combination of force and deceit: “The study described the leaders as manipulative, dominating, and outspoken, and yet found they were able to portray themselves to prison staff as compliant and polite.

“War is deceit.’” (Bukhara 52:269)

“He who makes peace between the people by inventing good information or saying good things, is not a liar”  (Bukhari 49:857)

“Speaking from a position of power at the time, Ali confirms that lying is permitted in order to deceive an “enemy.” (Bukhari 84: 64-65)

Three years ago it was discovered that –more broadly–Europe’s prisons had become breeding grounds for jihadists. Most troubling is that authorities allowed a sharia system to proliferate in the U.K. which spelled the end of democratic rights for other U.K. prisoners….

“In prison, terrorists designed an organizational structure providing specific roles for each member, roles identical to what was just found in the UK: leaders, recruiters, enforcers, foot soldiers. The intelligence report also said that terrorists would operate their group in prison like a “brotherhood,” and that recruitment would thrive because they had a large ‘pool of vulnerable people’ from which to draw.”

Next comes the question of why the Muslim “Brothers” and other jihadists were allowed by authorities to expand as they have. Aside from being deceived, a report emerged from 2016 that Muslim prisoners were playing the “race card to get privileges” and that Jail-warders were treating jihadists “with kid gloves fearing racism accusations”.  Likewise, leaders on the outside of jail are also bowing to Islamic supremacist bullies to avoid accusations of racism and ‘islamophobia’.

Jihadis are even getting “beheading practice and mass murder lessons in UK prisons.” Once these jail hardened jihadists are released from prison, they certainly will not peacefully assimilate into British society.

Radical Muslim Inmates Rule UK Prisons”, by Patrick Dunleavy, Algemeiner, June 19, 2019:

One group of radicalized Muslims dominates the UK prison system, Britain’s Ministry of Justice found in a study of prison gangs released earlier this month.

The study included interviews with 83 inmates and 73 staffers from several prisons.

Operating as a prison gang, the group calls itself the “brotherhood.”

And while it doesn’t appear connected to the Egyptian Islamist movement the Muslim Brotherhood, it does try to enforce its version of Islamic law on all prisoners regardless of faith.

Rules cover personal hygiene and what inmates are allowed to eat in their cell block. Some inmates may be forced to pay a tax to the brotherhood.

In fundamentalist Islam, non-believers pay a tax known as “jizya.”

The brotherhood “was the only group mentioned by staff and prisoners; they did not consider there to be any other significant groups of prisoners,” the report said.

Most members simply wanted “to practice their faith peacefully and become more immersed in the scriptures of Islam as a framework to elicit change in their life and to cope with custody,” it said, something prison staff viewed as positive.
But an influential element takes advantage of the situation “to be anti-authority, violent and intimidating.”

The researchers acknowledge that some members of the Muslim gang they interviewed may have been instructed to mask the gang’s nature and minimize its influence over the general prison population.

Obedience is achieved by violence and intimidation carried out by members of the group known as enforcers. “Those who had committed terrorist crimes often held more senior roles in the gang,” the study found, “facilitated by the respect some younger prisoners gave them.”

Leadership gives the orders for all acts of violence. No member acts on his own. If he does, one inmate said, he is taken aside by a leader.

The study described the leaders as manipulative, dominating, and outspoken, and yet found they were able to portray themselves to prison staff as compliant and polite. In other words, “jail wise.”

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