Skip to comments.Segregated Prisons for Terrorists are Here, but They are Too Little, Too Late
Posted on 07/10/2017 11:34:08 AM PDT by davikkm
High-risk terrorists will now be kept in segregated prisons in the UK, but the damage has already been done; the response is too little, and it leaves the main recruiters still controlling the prison populations. Whats worse is that the Government is well aware of the radicalization that takes place behind bars and is actively involved in letting it happen.
It has been known since at least 2007 by the British government that Radical Islamists are using the prison system to convert and radicalize prisoners. Whether it is by offering protection to those who embrace Islam, or by threats to family in the outside world, the fact is that prisons are a hotbed of terror recruitment. In 2007, Ministers were considering segregated prisons as a method to deal with the then already growing issue; instead they opted for the Muslim friendly option of sending in an army of Qualified Imams to help with the issue. And yes, it turned out as badly as you probably guessed.
There are presently more than 200 of these Imams doing outreach work in prisons across the country. here are a few of their views and connections (with thanks to the gatestoneinstitute.com):
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Letting them teach islam in prisons is the first mistake. That invading filth must be banned before there is a chance at reforming anything related to it.
Where have they been? Malcom X’s autobiography decribes this going on in our prisons back then, including his own jail- conversion after brother introdeced him. Started & nutured more of the same. So it’s been known by many for quite a while, but NOW it’s time to start realizing the problem?!?!!
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