Inside our Sharia-run Prisons
Jihadis are running Sharia style courts, handing out gruesome punishments and grooming young Muslims in the United Kingdom’s prison system.
A former prisoner at Her Majesty’s Prison at Woodhill, in Milton Keynes, has recounted how radical Muslims tried to get him to pledge allegiance to the Islamic State (ISIS) and to denounce Queen Elizabeth II as a “false monarch” and an “enemy of Islam”.
The ex-convict, referred to by the pseudonym “Jack”, said that he witnessed a makeshift Sharia style court in the prison in which two prisoners were found guilty of the “crime” of drinking alcohol, he told British newspaper of record The Times.
Jack and Brusthom Ziamani, a man convicted for plotting to behead a British soldier, inspired by the terror-killing of Fusilier Lee Rigby, proceded to beat the ‘guilty’ prisoners until “the smaller one couldn’t open his eye, it was swollen completely shut, so we made him tell the screws he had fallen down the stairs.”
He said that Ziamani, who described himself as the “chief of the Sharia police” inside the prison, was converted to radical Islam by the hate-preacher Anjem Choudary and that the group had access to recordings from deceased al-Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki stored on a USB stick.
“Ziamani would pass letters about bomb-making plans and all of these strange fantasies he had about himself fighting on the front line in Syria”, said Jack.
Jack said that another inmate imprisoned for murder had shown him a copy of the book ‘Milestones’ by Egyptian Islamic scholar Sayyid Qutb, which the inmate told Jack was banned inside the prison because it was “the inspiration for the 9/11 attacks.”
The issue of Islamic radicalisation in the UK’s prison system has come under increasing security after Usman Khan, a convicted terrorist who was released from prison, shortly afterwards killed two people and injured three others in a terrorist attack on the London Bridge last month.
Professor Ian Acheson, who headed up a review of jail extremism said that the reforms he suggested in his 2016 report have not properly been implemented.
“I’m disappointed that many of the recommendations I made in 2016 to robustly respond to this threat do not seem to have been adopted. This implies a continuing serious failure of leadership and will to confront terrorism that I identified”, Acheson told The Times.
“I urge the government to return to these recommendations as a starting point to check on the reality of counter-extremism capability. If the Prison Service is not equal to the task of managing this lethal and destructive risk it should be divested of that responsibility”, he concluded.
Islam does not assimilate, it only subjugates. We have 1400 years worth of proof to back that claim up.