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FRIDAY, DEC 17, 2010  |  4 comments
Obama admin sought to 'empower' British Muslims
The Obama administration directed embassy employees in the U.K. to conduct outreach to help "empower" the British Muslim community, according to a classified U.S. diplomatic cable released by Wikileaks and reviewed by WND.

A separate cable summarized statistics showing a rise in the British Muslim population and increased radicalization there. The cable referenced a poll that showed 32 percent of Muslims on U.K. campuses believe killing in the name of religion is justified, while 40 percent want Muslims in the U.K. to be under Islamic law, or Shariah.

A cable dated Feb. 5 directed as a "top priority" for the U.S. embassy in Britain to conduct outreach to the Muslim community there. ...


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Jim Lincoln wrote:
I really do feel the need to apologize to our European users here on SermonAudio about the meddling that the U.S. government does in your affairs. For example, how the Bush administration tried to force Turkey into the European Union. This was utter nonsense.
Don't give it a second thought Jim.

We all have to get to this "One World Order" somehow and these are just steps on the way. All par for the course.

Look at Britain and specifically England, they used to run more than half the world for centuries. Now they can't even win a football (soccer)match.

But the world just goes on turning. God remains in charge whatever man dreams up, whether as an individual or a nation. Who was it who said there are no new sins.

"Indeed, there is one enemy, who is more formidable than famine, pestilence and the sword. I mean the corruption which is prevalent in so many American hearts, a depravity that is more inconsistent with our republican governments than light is with darkness." John Adams.

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I really do feel the need to apologize to our European users here on SermonAudio about the meddling that the U.S. government does in your affairs. For example, how the Bush administration tried to force Turkey into the European Union. This was utter nonsense.
Caroline Glick wrote:
in 2002 the Bush administration upheld the AKP and Erdogan as paragons of Islamist moderation and proof positive that the US and the West have no problem with political Islam. Erdogan's softly peddled but remorselessly consolidated Islamism was embraced by senior American officials intent on reducing democracy to a synonym for elections ...
from,How Turkey was lost. The Bush administration never seemed to believe in the Inadequacy of Islam.
The meddling in Northern Ireland affairs was also on called for by the Clinton Administration.
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Chris Perver | Bangor, N. Ireland  Contact via emailFind all comments by Chris Perver
I wouldn't be so hasty to judge Obama on this. After all the previous UK government allowed Islamic extremism to flourish here, refusing to ban groups like Al Muhajaroun. At least the US is trying to do something positive. Because if something isn't done, in 10 years time Britain will be an Islamic republic.
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Brit | UK  Find all comments by Brit
This must have originated from the "Hussein" side of Obama's presidency.

But Mr Obama surely realises that British muslims don't need any help with their Jihad and its terrorism strategy to take over the world. I mean we have our own Liberals who are bending over backwards for the muslim agenda of Jihad and sharia law.

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