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In the last month there have been 4 concurrent trials of muslim grooming/raping/pimping gangs, and 2 concurrent trials of gangs of muslim terrorists.  The investigation below is said to have cost £millions to catch them; how much more to convict them; how much more to incarcerate them?

And all this from a population where 75% of the women are unemployed, and 50% of the men.  Remind me: what benefit do muslims bring to Britain?

Four Islamic terrorists planned attack on British soil with guns and home-made bombs

Four Islamic extremists admitted plotting a terrorist attack on British soil armed with guns and home-made bombs.

The men were caught after in a massive multi-million pound surveillance operation by police and the security services.

Hidden bugs recorded them discussing methods, materials and targets for a terrorist attack, including using improvised explosive devices.

They downloaded illicit online terrorist instructions, purchased survival equipment and collected thousands of pounds to fund the plot.

Investigators looked on as they organised and undertook physical training and prepared to send others to Al-Qaeda camps in Pakistan.

But they were arrested at their homes in Luton, Bedfordshire, following a huge operation by the police and the security services.

The men involved were Zahid Iqbal, 31, Mohammed Sharfaraz Ahmed, 25, Umar Arshad, 24, and Syed Farhan Hussain, 21.

They admitted a single terrorism charge at high-security Woolwich Crown Court just weeks before they were due to face trial.

The court was told the offences took place between January 2011 and April last year. All four men are of Pakistani origin.

Their plea came a week after three Birmingham men were convicted of the biggest British terrorist plot for six years.

The home-grown terrorists boasted they would kill more people than the July 7 bombers and wanted to create another landmark date alongside 9/11.

Irfan Naseer, Irfan Khalid and Ashik Ali masterminded a conspiracy to attack unknown targets in their home town.

They too were caught after a huge surveillance operation when two of them returned from a terrorist training camp on the lawless Afghan border.

Naseer, a pharmacy graduate, was trained in making improvised bombs from chemical sports injury cold packs but their plans were smashed by police.

The trio were also caught with material by Anwar Al Awlaki and worshipped Mohammed Sidique Khan, who led the July 2005 atrocities.

The four Luton men face substantial prison sentences when they return to be sentenced by Mr Justice Wilkie on April 15.

Tags: Richard Dart, costs, criminality, infiltration, parasitism, zUK

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If they weren't such lazy bastards, I was stationed in Libya for 15 months, before Gaddafi came to power, it was effing awful.

Antony said:

Saudi Arabia has plenty of oil money they screw out of us that they can look after their Ummah with ! African countries can do with the Sahara etc as the Israelis did with their desert and reclaim it !

Our rules are never enforced. Look at the horsemeat crisis. We thought someone was regulating our food. No chance. And theres no chance anyones going to enforce any of our all ready existant laws.

We'd be accused of a new holocaust. Something that those who would accuse us deny. We will never get action from our present bunch power hungry self serving scaredy twats. The changes will come when the masses realise they are to be the sacrificial lambs. When the money runs out people will wake up. When their lives depend on it, people will act. Thats why govenments keep printing money.

If just printing more money was the answer to all our problems, we'd all be allowed to do it.

Letting more people into britian is suicide. We need a party that will stop immigration now. It has to stop! we do not have the homes to put tens of thousands more people. At the moment the govenment is going through the process of organising social housing so as to pack more people in. These 'spare' rooms will be quickly filled.  When these rooms are filled, what other plan will the govenment use.

Those that can are leaving britian. We will soon be a minority. But without minority rights. Or before we reach that point there'll be mass civil unrest. I don't believe we will have the numbers of youth on ourside to impose our will.

We struggle to deport a few hundred illegals each year. Our best hope is to stop the flow of more, and to withdraw from Europe so we don't have to take many thousands of legal immigrants.

The problem of illegals that come across the channel with no paper work. We don't have what it takes to deal with that. Britian will sink because we don't have what it takes to survive.  And thats why everything i've suggested is just wishfull thinking. We will do to little, to late. 

Philip Smeeton said:

Good idea Joe, I would love to be Minister of Repatriations.

Muslim Convert Richard Dart Admits To Terrorist Offences

Muslim convert Richard Dart has admitted terrorism charges at the Old Bailey.

Dart, Imran Mahmood and Jahangir Alom pleaded guilty on Friday to preparing for terrorism or assisting another in terrorism, between July 2010 and July last year.

Dart, 29, of Broadway, Ealing, west London, Mahmood, 21, from Dabbs Hill Lane, Northolt, west London, and Alom, 26, of Abbey Road, Stratford, east London, were arrested in July last year.

The charges said they travelled to Pakistan for terror training, travelled abroad to commit acts of terrorism and provided information about travel to Pakistan, terrorism training and operational security while there.

They appeared before Mr Justice Simon by prison video-link for a plea and case management hearing. The men had been due to face trial next month.

Dart, the son of teachers from Dorset, appeared in a BBC Three documentary made by his stepbrother after Dart converted to Islam.

In the film, My Brother The Islamist, Dart was said to have been turned into an extremist in months after joining the Muslims Against Crusades group.

Dart, who was said to have changed his name of Salahuddin al-Britani, had reportedly worked as a police community support officer and a BBC security guard.

The three bearded men were remanded in custody for reports before being sentenced on a date to be fixed.

The case against them was that they intended to go to Pakistan to a terrorist camp to be trained for acts of terrorism in the UK and abroad.

Mahmood, who had been to Pakistan before, was able to offer advice and assistance.

Police recovered bits of text messages about their intentions.

One referred to WB, thought to refer to Wootton Bassett through which repatriated British soldiers were driven.

Details of the allegations were not given in court and lawyers will have to discuss their basis of plea before the facts are finalised.

An earlier hearing heard that references were made by the men to MI5 and MI5.

Alom, who lived near the Olympics site in Stratford, was arrested in July along with his new bride Ruksana Begum.

In December, she was jailed for a year at the Old Bailey for having al Qaida terrorist material in her mobile phone.

The link between them could not be made until Friday when a court order was lifted.

Begum, 22, who has a first-class accountancy degree, had been married for a month when anti-terrorist officers raided their home.

The court heard that Begum's brothers, Gurukanth Desai and Abdul Miah, pleaded guilty to a plot to blow up the Stock Exchange and were sentenced in February to 12 and 16 years' jail.

Mohammed Chowdhury, who was jailed for 13 years for the same December 2010 plot, asked to marry her but she had never met him.

She married Alom in June, last year, and moved to London with her new husband.

Begum, who lived in Cardiff next door to Miah, pleaded guilty to having material which was likely to be useful to someone committing or preparing an act of terrorism.

This was two editions of al Qaida's Inspire magazine on a micro SD memory card in her mobile.

Begum, of the Provost Estate, Islington, north London, appeared with only her eyes visible beneath a black veil to be sentenced after being remanded in Holloway prison.

Kate Wilkinson, prosecuting, said: "These items contained both instructional and ideological material."

The terrorist material included instructions on remote control detonation, handgun training and how to ignite forest fires."

Hossein Zahir, defending, said Begum downloaded the material a few weeks before because she wanted to understand why her brothers had taken the path they had.

He said: "She was confident that her brothers were innocent and they would be acquitted. Then they pleaded guilty.

"She accessed this material, which is easily accessible, before coming to London to understand the background and ideology which led to her brothers' incarceration.

"She is an intelligent and articulate young woman who does not share the views of others who do not care."

The threat from Islam will come from the Muslims that already live amongst us.
Mohammed is considered to be the perfect example for all Muslims to follow for all time. 
He is infallible and without blemish. His words, deeds and judgements are the foundation of Islamic law, Sharia Law. The first loyalty for a Muslim is to Islam and to Sharia Law, this is put before allegiance to any host country or obedience to that country's laws.
Islam is the product of one man, Mohammed, he claims that the Koran was dictated to him by Allah. The Koran and the Hadith, (the sayings and doings of Mohammed), are the strict guidelines for Islamic law and for the behaviour of Muslims.
All non-Muslims are considered unclean and a Muslim will only reluctantly shake hands with an infidel, especially a female infidel. The Muslim is always right in whatever he does as long as he can justify it through islamic law. They justify their hatred for us because it is intended to force us to realise the error of our ways.
Muslims are not allowed to leave Islam, for doing so the penalty is death.
As Muslims gather strength through their ever increasing numbers they will demand more and more until they achieve their aim, which is to take over.
We have been asked to tolerate intolerance and to accept our own demise.
«Through the wombs of our women we will conquer Europe and we will conquer America».

re Richard Dart, convert to Islam, for the record here is the link to his Oscar moment

They are right and we are wrong.

Koran: 08.29

YUSUFALI: O ye who believe! if ye fear Allah, He will grant you a criterion (to judge between right and wrong), remove from you (all) evil (that may afflict) you, and forgive you: for Allah is the Lord of grace unbounded.

Hatred and animosity forever.

Koran/Qur'an: 60.04

YUSUFALI: There is for you an excellent example (to follow) in Abraham and those with him, when they said to their people: "We are clear of you and of whatever ye worship besides Allah: we have rejected you, and there has arisen, between us and you, enmity and hatred for ever,- unless ye believe in Allah and Him alone":

A Muslim is not allowed to befriend a non-Muslim.

Qur'an (3:28)- "Let not the believers Take for friends or helpers Unbelievers rather than believers: if any do that, in nothing will there be help from Allah: except by way of precaution, that ye may Guard yourselves from them..." This last part means that the Muslim is allowed to feign friendship if it is of benefit. Renowned scholar Ibn Kathir states that "believers are allowed to show friendship outwardly, but never inwardly."

Lying is permitted.

Bukhari (49:857)-"He who makes peace between the people by inventing good information or saying good things, is not a liar." Lying is permitted when the end justifies the means.

The right to conquest.

Qur'an (33:27) - "And He caused you to inherit their land and their houses and their wealth, and land ye have not trodden. Allah is ever Able to do all things." Referring again to the property of unbelievers, which is given to those Muslims who defeat them.

Loyalty only to Islam.

Qur'an (5:49)-"So judge between them by that which Allah hath revealed, and follow not their desires, but beware of them lest they seduce thee from some part of that which Allah hath revealed unto thee"

Non-Muslims to pay tribute and be humiliated.

Qur'an (9:29)-"Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, (even if they are) of the People of the Book (Christians and Jews), until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued."

Apostates are to be killed.

Bukari Hadith:

Volume 4, Book 52, Number 260:

Narrated Ikrima:

Ali burnt some people and this news reached Ibn 'Abbas, who said, "Had I been in his place I would not have burnt them, as the Prophet said, 'Don't punish (anybody) with Allah's Punishment.' No doubt, I would have killed them, for the Prophet said, 'If somebody (a Muslim) discards his religion, kill him.' "

Wives and rape.

Muhammad was married to thirteen women, including eleven at one time. He relegated them to either consecutive days or (according to some accounts) all in one night. He married a 9-year-old girl and even his adopted son's wife. On top of that, Muhammad had a multitude of slave girls and concubines with whom he had sex - sometimes on the very days in which they had watched their husbands and fathers die at the hands of his army.


Mohammed married a six-year-old girl and began full sexual relations with her when she was nine-years-old.

Book 008, Number 3310:

'A'isha (Allah be pleased with her) reported: Allah's Apostle (may peace be upon him) married me when I was six years old, and I was admitted to his house when I was nine years old.

When Ayatollah Khomeini came to power in Iran he reduced the marriageable age of girls to nine-years.

Islam protects women.

PICKTHAL: Men are in charge of women, because Allah hath made the one of them to excel the other, and because they spend of their property (for the support of women). So good women are the obedient, guarding in secret that which Allah hath guarded. As for those from whom ye fear rebellion, admonish them and banish them to beds apart, and scourge them. Then if they obey you, seek not a way against them. Lo! Allah is ever High, Exalted, Great.

In Muslim countries women and girls that offend family honour are beaten, mutilated or murdered.

To witness how Muslims behave today visit:

This story explodes just about every lie of the neo-fascist enablers.

  • Dart was educated
  • Dart was white
  • Dart shows that islam is a corrosive force in liberal societies
  • Experts on islam say that jihad is compulsory
  • Jihad includes terrorism, as well as war
  • Islamic doctrine says that no non-muslim is innocent
  • Those muslims coming back into Britain from abroad are highly suspect
  • Such islamo-nazis are infiltrating the police force and the media


17th March 2013

By Dominik Lemanski

A FORMER BBC security guard who plotted a terror attack on military honours town Royal Wootton Bassett had committed “no sin”, says his hate cleric mentor.

White Muslim convert Richard Dart, 29, also planned to wipe out the heads of “MI5 or MI6”.

Dart, who converted to Islam after being indoctrinated by cleric Anjem Choudary, was arrested after police seized computers from his home in Ealing, west London.

Last night, Choudary spoke warmly of his former protégé, insisting he was “innocent” and that “jihad” was a duty of every Muslim male.

He said: “Yes, definitely, brother Salahuddin (Richard Dart) was close to me.

“To train for jihad is an obligation upon every Muslim male in Islam.

“He embraced Islam at my hand and attended many of my lectures.”

Dart, the son of Dorset teachers, last week pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to preparing for acts of terrorism.

One of his terror gang’s targets was Royal Wootton Bassett, the Wiltshire town where mourners lined the streets when Britain’s war dead were repatriated from Afghanistan.

Choudary described Dart, who received training at Pakistani terror camps, as a “victim of Britain’s crusade against Islam”.

He added: “As far as preparing and planning things, many people say they are going to do something and don’t go through with it. It is not a sin what he has done.”

He added: “As far as I am concerned he was a good representative of Islam.

“He was never engaged in anything in relation to any kind of terrorism. There is no presumption of innocence for Muslims.”

The cleric also denied claims he brainwashed Dart, who changed his name to Salahuddin al Britani, into embracing extremist Islam.

The 45-year-old said: “They say he was radicalised by myself and other individuals. If that means supporting people who are oppressed, then that is the kind of regime in which we live.

“I am proud to be an extremist.”

Co-defendants Imran Mahmood, 21, of Northolt, west London, and former Police Community Support Officer Jahangir Alom, 26, of Stratford, east London, also pleaded guilty to the terror plot.

All three will be sentenced next month.

Last year we revealed Choudary taught six of the nine students caged for plotting to blow up the London Stock Exchange, even praising the gang as “decent young chaps”.

I heard this week that communist, ex-muslim Maryam Namazie wants now to debate with EDL, when a couple of years back the follower of a genocidal totalitarian movement said that no-one should debate with EDL.  I didn't twig this week why she had changed her tune.  My money is now on these men admitting guilt.  The leftwing extremists who do all they can to minimise critiques of islam must now see their opportunity: blame EDL for this failed terrorist attempt.

Six Islamic extremists who plotted a bloody bomb attack on a far-right rally only failed because the gathering finished early - even though they were under surveillance, a court heard.

The group admitted planning a murderous attack at the English Defence League (EDL) event in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, when they appeared before a judge today.

Police and security services had no intelligence about the planned attack on June 30 last year, although one of the would-be killers was under surveillance in relation to another terrorist plan.

At London's Woolwich Crown Court, Jewel Uddin, Omar Mohammed Khan, Mohammed Hasseen, Anzal Hussain, Mohammed Saud and Zohaib Ahmed admitted preparing an act of terrorism between May 1 and July 4 last year.

Another of the group, Zohaib Ahmed, was also on bail for possession of terrorist documents at the time of the plot.

All of the men except Hasseen travelled to the rally armed with two shotguns, swords, knives, a nail bomb containing 458 pieces of shrapnel, and a partially assembled pipe bomb, ready to cause mass injuries and deaths.

The nail bomb was an 18-inch (46cm) long rocket which had been stuffed with shrapnel and was to be powered by explosives taken from at least two large fireworks.

Police estimated there could have been up to 750 EDL marchers at the Dewsbury event, but also dozens of officers and innocent passers-by.

The fanatics' plan failed by chance, because they arrived at 4pm when the rally had dispersed by 2pm.

The planned attack was only uncovered because a traffic officer stopped Uddin and Khan on the M1 as they travelled back to their home town, Birmingham.

He made checks on their Renault Laguna, which came up as being uninsured, and so the car was impounded.

It was only two days later that staff at the pound near Sheffield looked at the contents of the Renault and found the gang's arsenal.

There were also 10 copies of a hate-filled note addressed to the enemies of Islam, the Queen and Prime Minister David Cameron.

It said: 'This is a message to the enemies of Allah and his messenger. This is a message to the kafir (non-believer) female devil and self-proclaimed Queen Elizabeth and her accursed jubilee, fooling a nation of blind sheep to your self-proclaimed royalty and majesty.'

The document addressed the EDL directly, saying: 'To the EDL (English Drunkards League). O enemies of Allah! We have heard and seen you openly insulting the final Messenger of Allah... you should know that for every action there is a reaction.

'Today is a day of retaliation (especially) for your blasphemy of Allah and his Messenger Muhammad. We love death more than you love life. The penalty for blasphemy of Allah and his Messenger Muhammad is death.

'What we did today was a direct retaliation of your insulting of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and also in retaliation of your crusade against Islam/Muslims on a global scale. It is of the greatest honour for us to do what we did.'

CDs of speeches by radical preacher Anwar al-Awlaki were also found.

Police and security services had the sixth man under low-level surveillance in relation to another terrorist plot.

He had been seen with Khan going into a shop five days before the rally, but no officer followed them in to Home Choice in Sparkhill because contact would have been too close.

In fact they were going to buy the kitchen knives which were among the weapons that the gang planned to use.

Hasseen also pleaded guilty to possessing a document or record containing information of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism on July 3.

All six of the men played five-a-side football together and went to the same gym at the Darul Ihsan Islamic centre, known as the Baker Street gym, where Saud and Hussain worked.

Police said they deliberately did not take their mobile phones with them on the day of the attack to try to avoid detection.

They had searched the internet for details of how much information detectives can glean from mobile phone data.

It can now be reported that Uddin was flagged up as a person of interest to security services and police after his minor involvement with another group of terrorist plotters.

He was involved as a bucket-shaker doing charity collections for the extremists, who planned to detonate up to eight rucksack bombs and possibly other devices on timers.

Irfan Naseer, 31, Irfan Khalid, 27, and Ashik Ali, 27, all from Birmingham, were convicted in February of planning the attack, which could have been bigger than the July 7 atrocities.

Four other men, including Anzal Hussain's brother Ishaaq, travelled to Pakistan for terror training as part of the plot, but were sent home when family members intervened.

The men, who sat impassively together, changed their pleas and admitted their involvement via videolink.

They will be sentenced on June 6.

Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC, the Recorder of Greenwich, told the men: 'This will attract significant custody. There is no doubt about that.'

Marcus Beale, assistant chief constable with West Midlands Police and responsible for its Counter Terrorism Unit, said the six were extremely dangerous and could have maimed, killed and brought misery which would 'have transmitted fear and anxieties to our communities'.

He said: 'I am really pleased these six have pleaded guilty.

'They are clearly a radicalised group with extremely dangerous intent. Their intent was to recklessly cause mayhem and probably mass injuries.'

Mohammed Coefficient: 3/6

Always our fault.

I wonder how long will it be before the media, Islamists and their enablers are justifying their attempted actions, and saying that fundamentally, EDL deserved it, because they are causing 'offence' and 'making mischief in the land'.

France shows us how to deal with jihadis

Why are our Gallic neighbours so much better at deporting terrorist suspects?

Abu Qatada: in France, he would have been on a plane to Amman as an act of judicially endorsed political will. The European convention would not have come into it
Abu Qatada: in France, he would have been on a plane to Amman as an act of judicially endorsed political will. The European convention would not have come into it Photo: Heathcliff O'Malley

One of the great mysteries of the Abu Qatada saga is why this country finds it so difficult to deport suspected foreign terrorists while France has no such problem. Here are two nations, both Western liberal democracies, both in the EU, both signatories to the European human rights convention and subject to the rulings of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. Both face threats from Islamist extremists; and yet their approach to dealing with them is dramatically different. Between 2001 and 2010, the UK deported nine alleged jihadis who were deemed to pose a threat to national security. Over the same period, France removed 129.

Why the contrast? Many of those packed off by France were sent to countries such as Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt, whose judicial systems are not widely thought to be paragons of compassion. Many of the deportees from France were Islamists whose only offence was to make disparaging remarks about the country rather than fanatics bent on fomenting violence.

Yet we are apparently unable to remove Abu Qatada, who arrived here under false pretences and was identified by MI5 as the most significant Islamic fundamentalist in Britain and an “inspiration” for terrorists both in this country and abroad. He chose his destination well when he came to Europe in 1993. Had he settled in Paris, he would certainly not still be there making a mockery of the French judicial system.

This disparity is the subject of a timely new book written by the counter-terrorism expert Frank Foley. He, too, had long been baffled by the varied approaches. And one thing that has become clear from his research is that the reason has little to do with the European court and much more to do with the different recent histories of the two countries and how their institutions have developed.

In the Commons last week, Theresa May became the fifth home secretary in succession forced to jump through a series of legal hoops to try to get rid of Abu Qatada. She announced that the UK had signed a treaty with Jordan aimed at persuading the Strasbourg court that if the imam were returned for trial the evidence against him would not have been extracted under torture. How that could be proven is anyone’s guess; but why do we have to go to such lengths at all? Is it to convince European judges or our own?

As Foley points out, in France “individuals only have limited means of preventing their deportation because of the relevant legal regulations and because of the swift expulsion practices of the French authorities”. Furthermore, an appeal does not suspend expulsion: the individual can still be deported to his home country and the appeal takes place in his absence. It is possible to petition the domestic courts to suspend a deportation but, says Foley, “the French authorities have pre-empted such legal moves by putting the individual on a plane home within just a few days of the order being issued”.

In Britain, by contrast, an appeal automatically halts a deportation; but that has nothing to do with Strasbourg and everything to do with the way we do things here. Since 1999, in the case of Algeria – whence most extremists come for historical reasons – “the French courts have not overturned any of the government’s deportation decisions on the basis that radical Islamists face a risk of torture or mistreatment if they are returned”.

However, in Abu Qatada’s case, neither have our courts. In fact, twice since 2001, British courts have upheld Home Office efforts to deport him. In 2007, the Special Immigration Appeals Commission said assurances from Jordan about his treatment were enough to override human rights obstacles. This was upheld in 2009 by the Law Lords, who also ruled that whether or not evidence against him might have been extracted under torture was irrelevant. It was not for the British courts “to regulate the conduct of trials in foreign countries”, and the use of such material would not amount to a “flagrant denial of justice’’.

If this country’s supreme court said he could be deported, why on earth is he still here? As soon as Qatada’s lawyers lodged an appeal, his removal was stayed; but in France, he would have been on a plane to Amman as an act of judicially endorsed political will: the European convention would not have come into it.

Here, the case went to Strasbourg, which found against the British government – and our courts have since gone along with that decision despite previously taking a completely different view.

The UK was slow to react to the jihadist threat in the Nineties (or, rather, we turned a blind eye to it). But there are aspects of the French approach to terrorism that we would not wish to adopt here (or at least I wouldn’t), such as the police making mass arrests or rounding up the usual suspects.

The judiciary in France are also much more tightly locked into the process through their investigating magistrates, who take over the case from the outset. Our tradition of free speech and civil liberties acts as a constraint on the more authoritarian instincts of the state. When it comes to removing from their territory suspected foreign jihadis who might do them harm, however, everyone in France sings from the same hymn sheet. We can’t even agree on the tune.

'Countering Terrorism in Britain and France’ by Frank Foley (CUP) is published tomorrow

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Most Western societies are based on Secular Democracy, which itself is based on the concept that the open marketplace of ideas leads to the optimum government. Whilst that model has been very successful, it has defects. The 4 Freedoms address 4 of the principal vulnerabilities, and gives corrections to them. 

At the moment, one of the main actors exploiting these defects, is Islam, so this site pays particular attention to that threat.

Islam, operating at the micro and macro levels, is unstoppable by individuals, hence: "It takes a nation to protect the nation". There is not enough time to fight all its attacks, nor to read them nor even to record them. So the members of 4F try to curate a representative subset of these events.

We need to capture this information before it is removed.  The site already contains sufficient information to cover most issues, but our members add further updates when possible.

We hope that free nations will wake up to stop the threat, and force the separation of (Islamic) Church and State. This will also allow moderate Muslims to escape from their totalitarian political system.

The 4 Freedoms

These 4 freedoms are designed to close 4 vulnerabilities in Secular Democracy, by making them SP or Self-Protecting (see Hobbes's first law of nature). But Democracy also requires - in addition to the standard divisions of Executive, Legislature & Judiciary - a fourth body, Protector of the Open Society (POS), to monitor all its vulnerabilities (see also Popper). 
1. SP Freedom of Speech
Any speech is allowed - except that advocating the end of these freedoms
2. SP Freedom of Election
Any party is allowed - except one advocating the end of these freedoms
3. SP Freedom from Voter Importation
Immigration is allowed - except where that changes the political demography (this is electoral fraud)
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An additional Freedom from Religion is deducible if the law is applied equally to everyone:

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