Terrorist Groups Banned By British Government
Comment at end
2nd October, 2007
“SLEEPWALKING” TO DISASTER
Mr Brown & Mr Cameron – ARE YOU LISTENING?
Last night Panorama had another go at telling us what many of us KNOW, including the previous prime minister, and what many of us choose to ignore, including the present prime minister.
That Hizb-ut-Tahrir is quietly brainwashing susceptible youth to their caliphate aim of world domination, by fair means or foul. And their nerve centre is here in London.
It’s a FACT! So don’t call me a scaremonger. I’m angry, not scared.
The young man in the programme last evening made me MORE than angry with the written press – AGAIN – for their refusal to tell the full story. The BBC, to its credit, is not hiding from this unpalatable situation. It has recently told us the stories of several young men who are past members of “soft terrorist” organisations. I describe them as “soft” because they use subterfuge to feign a run-of-the-mill political party. And they insist that they will impose a worldwide caliphate, where modern democracies are destroyed, society is returned to the dark ages, and opposing religions are banned. By “argument”, is their stated course of action, not violence.
Yet they will resort to violence, as their interpretation of their Holy book describes – when the time is right.
Now, on a personal level there are one or two politicians I wouldn’t mind “stringing up” for other reasons, as those who follow my blog will know. BUT, coming from me that’s a good old British figure of speech; no more than that.
If these maniacs are allowed to propagate their hatred, encouraging others subtly to take violent action and insisting that they are “muslim” first, British second, our politicians and then the rest of us ARE due for some such fate. It may not be this year or for a decade or more, but it will come.
When over 50% of the population are muslim, (even if 95% of those do NOT share that ambition), the trigger is cocked on the firing gun for sharia law. Then, let’s see if we are bothered about civil unrest and civil liberties.
It was only after last summer when Tony Blair was “encouraged” to declare his leaving date, that I did enough research to realise how badly we have been served in recent years.
There is little doubt that when Blair, after 7/7 in 2005, moved to proscribe HuT, he was dissuaded by naysayers who argued that a failure in the courts would be a victory for HuT and other terrorists. Advice it seems from the police, courts, such as Liberty (don’t mention Shami Chakrabarti’s name to ME!) and perhaps, even from within his own cabinet.
But SO WHAT if Hut had won a publicity victory? It would have been pyrrhic when their organisation was put under keener scrutiny.
That failure would have at least raised the problem in the minds of the sleeping populace.
The clash of British legislation and EU rights was, reportedly a problem. If so, WHY did the government not change the law or opt out of the relevant section of the Human Rights Act?
We should know that many others in Europe and around the world manage somehow to proscribe HuT. And yet THIS country is known as the beating heart of this worldwide force. YES, this country.
In the last year or so of his term, Blair and Reid DID attempt to raise the problem. They were ignored and their arguments rejected by the liberal intelligentsia and the old left of Labour, who Brown has to keep sweet.
These press fools – ‘feral’ is too mild a term for them – are an abomination, and could be threatening our whole future. I don’t expect any clear thinking from old labourites.
But from my viewpoint, Brown bears as much responsibility as anyone for this negligence. Perhaps much more than anyone. Fearing that he would personally turn out to be a lot less popular than Blair, yet wishing to secure his own mandate, he seems to have judged that the whole issue should be buttoned, at least until AFTER this impending election. After all, Labour relies heavily on the inner city Muslim vote. And with the help of the written press, terrorist fronts like HuT, have an easy task, spreading their propaganda of “muslim discrimination”.
ALL RUBBISH, of course, and any sensible British Muslim, as compared to “Islamist Briton” KNOWS this.
We are wrong to have been cowed by the press, the courts, the Police, EU legislation, fear of civil unrest. This is OUR country and WE need to wake up.
ORIGINAL POST follows
For how much longer are we going to ignore the fact that we have a major and growing problem with Islamist terrorism? Many organisations are banned, but that in itself will not protect us from their brainwashing and actions. They are known to easily start up again under other names.
And , folks, these organisations DID NOT spring up with Tony Blair and George Bush’s Iraq or Afghanistan invasions.
Watch Tony Blair on Terror & Civil Rights – Shortly Before He Left Office
He went down fighting for OUR freedoms
You’d better believe that we are under threat AND that Muslims have greater rights here than in any Muslim land. If you don’t, please do as I did and search around the internet. I was as surprised as anyone to discover that over 40 of the 46 groups banned under the 2000 Terrorism Act, are Islamist groups based round the idea of a caliphate, or/and the destruction of Israel & Jews, or/and the putting to death of homosexuals or /and honour killing.And a group the government was recommended to back down from banning – Hizb ut-Tahrir – was formed in the same year that Tony Blair was born. Hardly, then HIS fault that we are now reaping the fruit of our own carelessness.It’s time to put a stop to the nonsense of turning a blind eye, NOW!BANNED: As from the UK Government’s Home Office page
These terrorist organisations are currently proscribed under UK legislation, and therefore outlawed in the UK.
46 international terrorist organisations are proscribed under the Terrorism Act 2000
Of these, two organisations are proscribed under powers introduced in the Terrorism Act 2006, as glorifying terrorism
14 organisations in Northern Ireland are proscribed under previous legislation
List of proscribed terrorist groups
The information about the groups’ aims was given to parliament when they were proscribed.
17 November Revolutionary Organisation (N17):
Aims to highlight and protest at what it deems to be imperialist and corrupt actions, using violence. Formed in 1974 to oppose the Greek military Junta, its stance was initially anti-Junta and anti-US, which it blamed for supporting the Junta.
Abu Nidal Organisation (ANO):
ANO’s principal aim is the destruction of the state of Israel . It is also hostile to ‘reactionary’ Arab regimes and states supporting Israel .
Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG):
The precise aims of the ASG are unclear, but its objectives appear to include the establishment of an autonomous Islamic state in the Southern Philippine island of Mindanao.
Al-Gama’at al-Islamiya (GI):
The main aim of GI is through all means, including the use of violence, to overthrow the Egyptian Government and replace it with an Islamic state. Some members also want the removal of Western influence from the Arab world.
Al Gurabaa is a splinter group of Al-Muajiroon and diseminates materials that glorify acts of terrorism.
Al Ittihad Al Islamia (AIAI):
The main aims of AIAI are to establish a radical Sunni Islamic state in Somalia, and to regain the Ogaden region of Ethopia as Somali territory via an insurgent campaign. Militant elements within AIAI are suspected of having aligned themselves with the ‘global jihad’ ideology of Al Qaida, and to have operated in support of Al Qaida in the East Africa region.
Inspired and led by Osama Bin Laden, its aims are the expulsion of Western forces from Saudi Arabia , the destruction of Israel and the end of Western influence in the Muslim world.
Ansar Al Islam (AI):
AI is a radical Sunni Salafi group from northeast Iraq around Halabja. The group is anti-Western, and opposes the influence of the US in Iraqi Kurdistan and the relationship of the KDP and PUK to Washington. AI has been involved in operations against Multi-National Forces-Itaq (MNF-I).
Ansar Al Sunna (AS):
AS is a fundamentalist Sunni Islamist extremist group based in Central Iraq and what was the Kurdish Autonomous Zone (KAZ) of Northern Iraq. The group aims to expel all foreign influences from Iraq and create a fundamentalist Islamic state
Armed Islamic Group (Groupe Islamique Armée) (GIA):
The aim of the GIA is to create an Islamic state in Algeria using all necessary means, including violence.
Asbat Al-Ansar (‘League of Parisans’ or ‘Band of Helpers’):
Sometimes going by the aliases of ‘The Abu Muhjin’ group/faction or the ‘Jama’at Nour’, this group aims to enforce its extremist interpretation of Islamic law within Lebanon, and increasingly further afield.
Babbar Khalsa (BK):
BK is a Sikh movement that aims to establish an independent Khalistan within the Punjab region of India .
Basque Homeland and Liberty (Euskadi ta Askatasuna) (ETA):
ETA seeks the creation of an independent state comprising the Basque regions of both Spain and France .
Baluchistan Liberation Army (BLA):
BLA are comprised of tribal groups based in the Baluchistan area of Eastern Pakistan, which aims to establish an idependant nation encompassing the Baluch dominated areas of Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran.
Egyptian Islamic Jihad (EIJ):
The main aim of the EIJ is to overthrow the Egyptian Government and replace it with an Islamic state. However, since September 1998, the leadership of the group has also allied itself to the ‘global Jihad’ ideology expounded by Osama Bin Laden and has threatened Western interests.
Groupe Islamique Combattant Marocain (GICM):
The traditional primary objective of the GICM has been the installation of a governing system of the caliphate to replace the governing Moroccan monarchy. The group also has an Al Qaida-inspired global extremist agenda.
Hamas Izz al-Din al-Qassem Brigades:
Hamas aims to end Israeli occupation in Palestine and establish an Islamic state.
The aim of HUJI is to achieve though violent means accession of Kashmir to Pakistan, and to spread terror throughout India. HUJI has targetted Indian security positions in Kashmir and conducted operations in India proper.
Harakat-Ul-Jihad-Ul-Islami (Bangladesh) (Huji-B):
The main aim of HUJI-B is the creation of an Islamic regime in Bangladesh modelled on the former Taleban regime in Afghanistan.
Harakat-Ul-Mujahideen/Alami (HuM/A) and Jundallah:
The aim of both HuM/A and Jundallah is the rejection of democracy of even the most Islamic-oriented style, and to establish a caliphate based on Sharia law, in addition to achieving accession of all Kashmir to Pakistan. HuM/A has a broad anti-Western and anti-President Musharraf agenda.
Harakat Mujahideen (HM):
HM, previously known as Harakat Ul Ansar (HuA), seeks independence for Indian-administered Kashmir. The HM leadership was also a signatory to Osama Bin Laden’s 1998 fatwa, which called for worldwide attacks against US and Western interests.
Hizballah External Security Organisation:
Hizballah is committed to armed resistance to the state of Israel itself and aims to liberate all Palestinian territories and Jerusalem from Israeli occupation. It maintains a terrorist wing, the External Security Organisation (ESO), to help it achieve this.
Hezb-E Islami Gulbuddin (HIG):
Led by Gulbuddin Hekmatyar who is in particular very anti-American, HIG desires the creation of a fundamentalist Islamic State in Afghanistan and is anti-Western.
International Sikh Youth Federation (ISYF):
ISYF is an organisation committed to the creation of an independent state of Khalistan for Sikhs within India .
Islamic Army of Aden (IAA):
The IAA’s aims are the overthrow of the current Yemeni government and the establishment of an Islamic State following Sharia Law.
Islamic Jihad Union (IJU):
The primary strategic goal of the IJU is the elimination of the current Uzbek regime. The IJU would expect that following the removal of President Karimov, elections would occur in which Islamic-democratic political candidates would pursue goals shared by the IJU leadership.
Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU):
The primary aim of IMU is to establish an Islamic state in the model of the Taleban in Uzbekistan . However, the IMU is reported to also seek to establish a broader state over the entire Turkestan area.
Jaish e Mohammed (JeM):
JeM seeks the ‘liberation’ of Kashmir from Indian control as well as the ‘destruction’ of America and India . JeM has a stated objective of unifying the various Kashmiri militant groups.
Jeemah Islamiyah (JI):
JI’s aim is the creation of a unified Islamic state in Singapore , Malaysia , Indonesia and the Southern Philippines.
Khuddam Ul-Islam (Kul) and splinter group Jamaat Ul-Furquan (JuF):
The aim of both KUI and JuF are to unite Indian administered Kashmir with Pakistan; to establish a radical Islamist state in Pakistan; the ‘destruction’ of India and the USA; to recruit new jihadis; and the release of imprisoned Kashmiri militants
Kongra Gele Kurdistan (PKK):
PKK/KADEK/KG is primarily a separatist movement that seeks an independent Kurdish state in southeast Turkey. The PKK changed its name to KADEK and then to Kongra Gele Kurdistan, although the PKK acronym is still used by parts of the movement.
Lashkar e Tayyaba (LT):
LT seeks independence for Kashmir and the creation of an Islamic state using violent means.
Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE):
The LTTE is a terrorist group fighting for a separate Tamil state in the North and East of Sri Lanka.
Mujaheddin e Khalq (MeK):
The MeK is an Iranian dissident organisation based in Iraq . It claims to be seeking the establishment of a democratic, socialist, Islamic republic in Iran .
Palestinian Islamic Jihad – Shaqaqi (PIJ):
PIJ aims to end the Israeli occupation of Palestine and to create an Islamic state. It opposes the existence of the state of Israel , the Middle East Peace Process and the Palestinian Authority, and has carried out suicide bombings against Isreali targets
Revolutionary Peoples’ Liberation Party – Front (Devrimci Halk Kurtulus Partisi – Cephesi) (DHKP-C):
DHKP-C aims to establish a Marxist Leninist regime in Turkey by means of armed revolutionary struggle.
Teyre Azadiye Kurdistan (TAK):
TAK Kurdish terrorist group currently opperating in Turkey.
Salafist Group for Call and Combat (Groupe Salafiste pour la Predication et le Combat) (GSPC):
Its aim is to create an Islamic state in Algeria using all necessary means, including violence.
Saved Sect or Saviour Sect:
The Saved Sect is a splinter group of Al-Muajiroon and diseminates materials that glorify acts of terrorism
Sipah-E Sahaba Pakistan (SSP) (Aka Millat-E Islami Pakistan (MIP) – SSP was renamed MIP in April 2003 but is still referred to as SSP) and splinter group Lashkar-E Jhangvi (LeJ):
The aim of both SSP and LeJ is to transform Pakistan by violent means into a Sunni state under the total control of Sharia law. Another objective is to have all Shia declared Kafirs and to participate in the destruction of other religions, notably Judasim, Christianity and Hinduism.
Note: Kafirs means non-believers: literally, one who refused to see the truth. LeJ does not consider members of the Shia sect to be Muslim, hence they can be considered a ‘legitimate’ target
Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG):
The LIFG seeks to replace the current Libyan regime with a hard-line Islamic state. The group is also part of the wider global Islamist extremist movement, as inspired by Al Qaida. The group has mounted several operations inside Libya, including a 1996 attempt to assassinate Mu’ammar Qadhafi.
Jammat-ul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB):
JMB first came to prominence on 20 May 2002 when eight of its members were arrested in possession of petrol bombs. The group has claimed responsibility for numerous fatal bomb attacks across Bangladesh in recent years, including suicide bomb attacks in 2005.
Tehrik Nefaz-e Shari’at Muhammadi (TNSM):
TNSM regularly attacks coalition and Afghan government forces in Afghanistan and provides direct support to Al Qaida and the Taliban. One faction of the group claimed responsibility for a suicide attack on an army training compound on 8 November 2007 in Dargai, Pakistan, in which 42 soldiers were killed.
In 1953, the year Tony Blair was born, Hitzb ut-Tahrir was founded.
It now has over one million members worldwide. It is BANNED IN 40 COUNTRIES WORLDWIDE, BUT NOT IN THE UK OR AUSTRALIA. It is highly active in the UK.
After the 7 July 2005 London bombings, Tony Blair announced the government’s intention to ban the group under new legislation. So, WHY, even with a request for a ban from Pakistan’s General Musharraf, was a British Prime Minister persuaded away from banning this organisation?
- The burden of proof of their ‘violent intent’ insufficient to stand up in a court of law.
- Warnings from police, intelligence chiefs, and civil liberties groups that it is a non-violent group, and driving it underground could backfire.
And this despite their stated hatred of Jews and homosexuals and their primitive approach to women and girls, entirely unsuited to British or western culture. And let us never forget that they intend, and indeed are ordered to take over the government of ANY country in which they reside and in which the Muslim population reaches 50% +1. A simple majority gives us all Sharia law and the end of western democracy as we know it.
Presumably our parliamentarians would be put to the sword if they refused to submit?
And this WITHOUT THE CONSENT of the average British law-abiding Muslim. They, like us, would not be consulted.
Politically correct? Today I am proud to be politically incorrect. Where, oh where are yesterday’s feminists and the REAL defenders of the rights of the individual and democracy itself?
Hizb ut-Tahrir survived a proposed ban in the UK after clearance from the intelligence services and police.. After the 7 July 2005 London bombings Tony Blair announced the British government‘s intention to ban the organization under new legislation. Hizb ut-Tahrir spokesman Imran Waheed said, “The move is a perilous route that is harming community relations and could lead to civil unrest comparable to that which affected the black community.” According to The Independent Blair “shelved the ban after warnings from police, intelligence chiefs, and civil liberties groups that it is a non-violent group, and driving it underground could backfire.” According an alleged leaked government report produced for Tony Blair, quoted in The Guardian,  the prime minister was advised that HT did “not directly advocate violence. Indeed membership or sympathy with such an organization does not in any way presuppose a move towards terrorism.” The document added that young people attracted to terrorism may shy away from Hizb ut-Tahrir because they do not espouse violence, and would be seen as only engaged in “pointless pontification and debate.” However, the Guardian went on to report that the “document does say membership of groups like Hizb ut-Tahrir ‘may indicate … the possibility of a few of its members being open to gradual consideration of far more extremist doctrine’.” In November 2005, the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) opposed the government’s proposal to ban the party, arguing that it knew of no intelligence to justify proscribing HT.
On December 24, 2006 an article in The Observer revealed that the government had shelved their plans to ban the organisation because there was a home office opinion that a legal ban would not stick. It also confirmed that the request to ban had come to prime minister Tony Blair from General Musharraf, Pakistan’s military ruler, himself often the political target of Hizb ut-tahrir campaigns.
Mohammed M. Ramadan, a journalist and announcer at the BBC’s Arabic section in London, was a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir and opposed to the regime of Colonel Qadhafi of Libya. He was assassinated on 11 April 1980 by Libyan operatives outside London’s Regents Park Mosque.
Hizb ut Tahrir in Britain emphasized the importance of Muslims choosing loyalty to their religion above loyalty to any nation. In a promotional video shown on BBC News a party representative asked
I think Muslims in this country need to take a long, hard look at themselves and decide what is their identity. Are they British or are they Muslim? I am a Muslim. Where I live, is irrelevant. 
Hizb ut-Tahrir (Arabic: حزب التحرير; English: Party of Liberation) is an international, Sunni, pan-Islamist vanguard political party whose goal is to unite all Muslim countries in a unitary Islamic state or caliphate, ruled by Islamic law and headed by an elected head of state (caliph).
The party promotes “an elaborate and detailed program for instituting an Islamist state” which will “establish the laws of the Islamic Shariah and to carry the Da’wah of Islam to the world.”  It believes this “comprehensive solution” will provide “sincere leadership that cares for and protects its citizens from the colonial foreign policies of Bush and Blair” and bring an end to “US interventions, energy inspired wars, puppet (Muslim) governments and western values forced by the barrel of a gun.”  HT is strongly anti-Zionist and calls for “the dismantling of the illegal entity of Israel,” whose leadership “has never concealed its hatred of Muslims and have been calling for the destruction of Muslims since the very beginning.” HT believes a caliphate “will provide stability and security to all the people of the region, Muslims and Non-Muslims” , although note that among other things, Shariah law justifies the murder of lesbians and gay men.
Hizb ut-Tahrir has spread its message to more than 40 countries, and is estimated to have about one million members. Hizb ut-Tahrir is banned, but still active in, several Arab and Central Asian countries, is very active in the west, particularly in the United Kingdom where a ban has been proposed due to its alleged anti-semitism which the group denies and a former home secretary said was reviewed twice with insufficient evidence to substantiate a ban.
Proscribed Irish groups
- Continuity Army Council
- Cumann na mBan
- Fianna na hEireann
- Irish National Liberation Army
- Irish People’s Liberation Organisation
- Irish Republican Army
- Loyalist Volunteer Force
- Orange Volunteers
- Red Hand Commando
- Red Hand Defenders
- Saor Eire
- Ulster Defence Association
- Ulster Freedom Fighters
- Ulster Volunteer Force