Majority of Muslim nations ignoring threat of extremism, UK Foreign Secretary warns

The UK foreign secretary, Philip Hammond, has accused a majority of Muslim nations of either ignoring the threat of Islamic extremism altogether or turning a blind eye to what is going on in their mosques, schools or prisons.

Hammond said Islamic leaders had to lead the fight against extremism in their countries, but tackling extremism by security measures alone was simply dealing with the symptoms of a disease.

“While the west is facing a security problem, the Islamic world is facing an existential challenge,” he said. “Fundamentalism and moderate Islam are incompatible and only one of them can survive.”


 

He makes a fundamental mistake. There is no such thing as “moderate Islam”. Islam is a violent supremacist ideology.

The West’s wish-dream Moderate Muslims are simply not very Muslim.

  • Gary

    They are not ignoring it , they are part of the charade to pretend to condemn terrorism while condoning it in their mosques or behind closed doors .

    Omar Khadr played his lawyer for a Sucker with his lies that he’s a new man , but Ezra Levant just exposed Omar for his communications to Al-Qaeda members and his al-qaeda family via his iPhone FT app.
    But don’t expect the CBC or STAR to report that this terrorist is back in business, they are brain dead Liberals that still think that Omar is a victim.

    • They love giving Omar a blowjob.

      • Exile1981

        Maybe Ghomeshi could give Omar a little of his pattended brand of “love”.

      • Justin St.Denis

        If they suck it any harder it’ll pop right off! Oops! My bad! They probably pine for that moist, creamy finish…..

  • infedel

    BCF: “There is no such thing as “moderate Islam”.”……exactly; the West knew this at one time prior to marxist infiltration of Western institutions.

  • Exile1981

    These countries want western money but want their people radicalized.

  • mauser 98

    natch… why would they be worried?

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      That picture of Trudeau shows how thoroughly the linguistic practice of joual distorts one’s appearance.
      Had he grown up in a Scottish Protestant household he may have had a chance.

      • Canadian

        He`s never spoken joual.
        Raised in anglo Westmount, and speaks French wih a sort of accent.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          Kind of like Jacques Parizeau spoke H’english?

          • Canadian

            Paris-zoo studied in London. The one in the UK.
            He spoke with a brit accent.
            Happily, he died!

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I didn’t like Parizeau but I had a bit of respect for him.

          • Canadian

            I had none.

        • Justin St.Denis

          Justin speaks French like a patronizing Anglo from an earlier period in Quebec’s history. Many educated Quebecois have noted this (very derisively, I might add). If possible, Justin sounds even stupider in French than in English, but that is beside the point. In French, he sounds both very patronizing and stupid simultaneously. Justin stands a good chance of meeting his maker while touring Quebec. Real Québécois genuinely hate him, and with very good reason. I’m expecting some hot sniper action in the near future, quite frankly. And while it is tasteless to place bets on who might bite the bullet next…..

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Holy Smokes!
            That would have been a dream come true forty years ago had I known that the young offenders act would have protected me.

          • mauser 98

            sounds even stupider in French?.. wow ..did not think that was possible

      • Justin St.Denis

        Dance, you are clearly not very bilingual. Shiny Pony’s French is PAINFULLY bad, but not joual. Listening to Shiny Pony in French is like listening to a person speak one language using all the sentence constructions of another language. Truly, JT’s French is indicative of both his low intelligence and the low educational standards of Maggie and Pierre as parents. But listening to Shiny Pony speaking French is more surreal and alarming than hearing his fart-gas expressed in English.

        • Canadian

          Good description!

          • Justin St.Denis

            I once had to deal with a “Ontario civil service manager” with a degree in French Literature from the U of Toronto. Her thesis was written with French words being fit into ENTIRELY English grammatical constructions. Only at the U of T would this linguistic abortion be accepted as a thesis! She was also a very obvious lesbian and is still employed by the Ontario government and still claiming to be “fluently bilingual”. It is to laugh!

          • Canadian

            That should be fun to read.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          My favourite album by a Canadian band is Worlds Away by Strange Advance.
          And my second favourite is The Box.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          No, I’m not.
          If you feel that a language structures the mind then I feel that English is the one.
          Else I would have adopted another one by now.
          It’s a way of looking at the world.
          It is also a million different ways of saying the same thing and not saying anything.
          Subversif.

        • Will Quest

          What abut Dion…… there is a desperate need for English to English translation, or at least subtitles when the prof makes his garbled messages en Anglais !

          • Canadian

            I never listen to him.
            He`s boring!

    • infedel

      Ha! Very funny and very sad that we have so many that are blind to history.

  • Sid Falco

    Hammond’s an arsehole. No more, no less.