The Global Intifada

Thousands of ordinary and extraordinary people were going about their day in London, England on July 7, 2005. People at work, tourists on vacation and kids at school had no idea that there were people who hated them so much that they wished them dead.

On that day, Islamic radicals would kill and maim many of them.

Four Muslim British men bombed London’s transportation system, three in the Underground and one bus. They killed 52 people, ranging in age from 20 to 64. All of the victims were UK residents who came from a variety of backgrounds.

The jihadists left behind statements that they did not view anyone from the UK as innocent as “Your democratically-elected governments continuously perpetuate atrocities against my people all over the world. And your support of them makes you directly responsible, just as I am directly responsible for protecting and avenging my Muslim brothers and sisters.” It continued that the bomber loved “the prophets, the messengers, the martyrs and today’s heroes like our beloved Sheikh Osama Bin Laden, Dr Ayman al-Zawahri and Abu Musab al-Zarqawi,” a collection of terrorists who killed and maimed thousands of people with western principles.

Another one of the suicide bombers said that non-Muslims deserved to die because they elected a government which “continues to oppress our mothers, children, brothers and sisters in Palestine, Afghanistan, Iraq and Chechnya.”

Islamic extremists would continue to attack the people of the United Kingdom.

On May 22, 2013, two Muslim men killed and hacked to death two British soldiers stating that they did so “because Muslims are dying daily by British soldiers. And this British soldier is one…. By Allah, we swear by the almighty Allah we will never stop fighting you until you leave us alone.

On the anniversary of that attack, May 22, 2017, 23 people were killed and 800 wounded when a Muslim man bombed an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. The youngest victim was only 8 years old. That attack was preceded by a March 22 attack by a Muslim extremist who drove his car on Westminster Bridge injuring 50 and killing four. It was followed by an attack on June 3 when three Muslim men ran a car over people on London Bridge and then began stabbing people, killing eight and wounding nearly 50 people.

The people of England felt the effects of Islamic extremism which had been considered a localized US and Israel problem. Over time, as the Islamic State burned even fellow Muslims alive in their quest to establish a new caliphate, it became clear that the Islamic world had begun a “global intifada” which sought to promote the global supremacy of Islam and instill fear in the hearts of infidels.

The global intifada began in 2001 in two parts: the Durban Conference which launched the propaganda war; and the September 11 attacks on the United States which killed thousands while attacking the western world’s financial and military centers. However, it was only on July 7, 2005 that the world began to comprehend that the Islamist war went beyond the “big Satan” and “little Satan” of the United States and Israel, and incorporated all non-Muslim “infidels” who were perceived to challenge Islam.


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