Prayers offered for Woolwich victim

May 23, 2013 Full story: This is Local London 21

A man weeps outside the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich as he looks at floral tributes following the attack on Lee Rigby Around a dozen sat in silence in St Mary Magdalene Parish Church, Woolwich, offering their prayers for Drummer Lee Rigby, 25, of Middleton, Greater Manchester.

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Ben

Toronto, Canada

#1 May 23, 2013
Muslim Swine

Richmond Hill, Canada

#2 May 23, 2013
UK should install CCTV cameras inside all the facking mosques as a precaution.
rio

London, UK

#3 May 23, 2013
Muslim Swine wrote:
UK should install CCTV cameras inside all the facking mosques as a precaution.
Only if the same surveillance was also applied to non-Muslim gathering too.

Since: Nov 11

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#4 May 24, 2013
Someones speech, actions, beliefs or appearance does not make them suspicious. Terrorism doesn't have a colour.
rio

London, UK

#5 May 24, 2013
danjames93 wrote:
Someones speech, actions, beliefs or appearance does not make them suspicious. Terrorism doesn't have a colour.
It all depends what sort of speech, actions and beliefs you are talking about.

Someone who maintains offensive speech against the West, frequents extremist groups, travels in conflict countries should be on the suspect list and investigated.
CrimeaRiver

South Ockendon, UK

#6 May 24, 2013
rio wrote:
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Only if the same surveillance was also applied to non-Muslim gathering too.
Don't be under any illusions, most Mosques are already monitored and many have clandestine surveillance equipment inside.

There was a case recently where a guy called Reda Hassaine went undercover for MI5 and got caught by Abu Qatada and his cronies. He got a severe beating but MI5 failed to prosecute anyone.

MI5 are on full alert when it comes to Mosques in the UK.
rio

London, UK

#7 May 24, 2013
CrimeaRiver wrote:
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Don't be under any illusions, most Mosques are already monitored and many have clandestine surveillance equipment inside.
There was a case recently where a guy called Reda Hassaine went undercover for MI5 and got caught by Abu Qatada and his cronies. He got a severe beating but MI5 failed to prosecute anyone.
MI5 are on full alert when it comes to Mosques in the UK.
I have no doubt that some form of surveillance is already in place, and that some individuals are targeted by our secret services. Rightly so, I would add.

But the installation of CCTV in mosques as proposed, would probably be counter-productive. Such an intrusive method would stigmatise the law-abiding Muslims, and the extremists would only arrange for their gatherings to take place elsewhere. I am not sure that the previous terrorists advertised their intentions among their congregation.
Muslim Swine

Richmond Hill, Canada

#8 May 24, 2013
CrimeaRiver wrote:
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Don't be under any illusions, most Mosques are already monitored and many have clandestine surveillance equipment inside.
There was a case recently where a guy called Reda Hassaine went undercover for MI5 and got caught by Abu Qatada and his cronies. He got a severe beating but MI5 failed to prosecute anyone.
MI5 are on full alert when it comes to Mosques in the UK.
The problem I have is rogue countries like Srilanka, Iran, Porkistan Training the terrorists in their own land and sending them off on missions in the west.
CrimeaRiver

South Ockendon, UK

#9 May 24, 2013
Muslim Swine wrote:
<quoted text>The problem I have is rogue countries like Srilanka, Iran, Porkistan Training the terrorists in their own land and sending them off on missions in the west.
Dude, don't bring Lankan politics to this discussion thread. This is about the attack in Woolwich.

And don't make me expose you as the LTTE Tamil Tiger terror supporter that you are. I'll be happy to post some of your comments about terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka.

Just leave this thread in peace Soulja
Justin

United States

#10 May 24, 2013
We should keep Muslim extremists and skinheads held together in the same prison cells.
US Huh

United States

#11 May 24, 2013
danjames93 wrote:
Someones speech, actions, beliefs or appearance does not make them suspicious. Terrorism doesn't have a colour.
But it does sometimes originate from the same Mosque.
US Huh

United States

#12 May 24, 2013
Justin wrote:
We should keep Muslim extremists and skinheads held together in the same prison cells.
How many skinheads have bombed airports/marathons or flew jetliners into towers?
US Huh

United States

#13 May 24, 2013
rio wrote:
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Only if the same surveillance was also applied to non-Muslim gathering too.
Like at Catholic churches in Norther Ireland?
US Huh

United States

#14 May 24, 2013
Muslim Swine wrote:
<quoted text>The problem I have is rogue countries like Srilanka, Iran, Porkistan Training the terrorists in their own land and sending them off on missions in the west.
Another part of the problem is the target countries (USA, France, UK, etc) sending them foreign aid.
Sister Mary Spike

Marina Del Rey, CA

#15 May 24, 2013
danjames93 wrote:
Someones speech, actions, beliefs or appearance does not make them suspicious. Terrorism doesn't have a colour.
I realise that many people are outraged by this senseless act of violence but, instead of making it a racial issue (as too many have), it should be pointed out that radicals come in all shapes, sizes, colours and religions. Thank you for pointing that out. What breaks my heart is that this man's small child will grow up without his father. Prayers and condolences to the victim's family and friends should be offered instead of the hateful rhetoric I have seen posted all over this site.
Justin

United States

#16 May 24, 2013
Sister Mary Spike wrote:
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I realise that many people are outraged by this senseless act of violence but, instead of making it a racial issue (as too many have), it should be pointed out that radicals come in all shapes, sizes, colours and religions. Thank you for pointing that out. What breaks my heart is that this man's small child will grow up without his father. Prayers and condolences to the victim's family and friends should be offered instead of the hateful rhetoric I have seen posted all over this site.
Perhaps it's God's will that this man's kids be raised by a different parent. I don't think he would have been apositive influence.
Oliver Cromwell

Cleveleys, UK

#17 May 24, 2013
Muslim Swine wrote:
<quoted text>The problem I have is rogue countries like Srilanka, Iran, Porkistan Training the terrorists in their own land and sending them off on missions in the west.
What evidence do you have that Iran is sending terrorists to the West you Idiot?
Sister Mary Spike

Marina Del Rey, CA

#18 May 24, 2013
Justin wrote:
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Perhaps it's God's will that this man's kids be raised by a different parent. I don't think he would have been apositive influence.
How did you reach the conclusion that Lee Rigby wouldn't have been a positive influence on his child's life? Did you know this man personally?
Justin

United States

#19 May 24, 2013
Sister Mary Spike wrote:
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How did you reach the conclusion that Lee Rigby wouldn't have been a positive influence on his child's life? Did you know this man personally?
Just to be clear, what I meant to say was that Michael Adebolajo and the other men and women who participated in the attack would not have had a positive influence on a child's life.

What happened to Lee Rigby is a tragedy, and my prayers go to his family.
Sister Mary Spike

Marina Del Rey, CA

#20 May 24, 2013
Justin wrote:
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Just to be clear, what I meant to say was that Michael Adebolajo and the other men and women who participated in the attack would not have had a positive influence on a child's life.
What happened to Lee Rigby is a tragedy, and my prayers go to his family.
Thank you for clearing that up. One has to wonder how these terrorists were treated as children themselves. Have a great weekend.

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