You won’t believe the audacity of an article written by the former Guantanamo Bay inmate Moazzam Begg. It’s titled: ‘When is a threat not a threat? The UK’s terrorism double standards’ (published by Middle East Eye on the 5th of December).
Moazzam Begg is trying to sell the fairy tale that there’s just as much of a threat from “far-right terrorism” than there is from Islamic terrorism. He also says that the British soldier, Ryan McGee, got off leniently for his own recent terrorist plot.
In any case, after the recent case of Ryan McGee, Moazzam Begg has to go back to 2007 (to the Robert Cottage case) to find another example of non-Islamic terrorism in England: on both occasions, no one was killed.