Europe’s fight against Islamification
Al-Muhajiroun is an extremist Islamic organization whose two offshoots, The Saviour Sect and Al-Ghurabaa which are banned under the British Terrorism Act 2006 for the ‘glorification’ of terrorism.
Omar Bakri Muhammad and Anjem Choudary are known to have led Al-Muhajiroun. The group became notorious for its conference “The Magnificent 19″, praising the September 11, 2001 attacks.
The English Defense League (also known as the EDL and occasionally referred to as English and Welsh Defence League) is a British political group formed in 2009 whose professed aim is to oppose the spread of Islamism, Sharia law and Islamic terrorism in the United Kingdom.
Stop the Islamification of Europe (SIOE), also known as Stop Islamisation of Europe, is an anti-Islamist political interest group which has been active in Denmark and the United Kingdom. The group originated out of the joining of the Danish group Stop Islamiseringen af Danmark (da) with English anti-Islam activists.
The rise of the organizations designed to protest the injection of Islamic values into their societies, governments and legal systems illuminate the tactics used by Muslim leaders against them.
While the citizens of a country feel the threat of Islamic culture and the need to organize and act to preserve their way of life, Muslim leaders play the “discrimination and hate crime” card.
Local politicians are helping Islamic encroachment by countering with the “diversity and understanding” card.