Kill and cry. That is Islamic strategy boiled down to its essential oils. First, they murder, and then they whine about islamophobia. Slaughter, then school us on “anti-Muslim bigotry.” That has been the strategy for years. But now this takes it to a new level. Infidels have internalized it, and are doing it themselves. Max Hill QC is not saying this on the prompting of any Islamic victimhood group. No, he is volunteering it himself. The conquest of his mind, and of so many other minds in Britain, is nearly complete.
“Police Must ‘Reflect’ on Impact and ‘Trauma’ of Manchester Attack Investigation on Local Muslims,” by Liam Deacon, Breitbart, October 11, 2018:
Police have been told to “reflect upon the community impact” on Manchester’s “large Muslim population” caused by their investigation into last year’s attack in the city, where children and their parents were massacred by a local Muslim extremist.
Max Hill QC, the independent reviewer of terrorism legislation, revealed that at least one local Muslim woman had been paid compensation and claimed many had been “inconvenienced if not traumatised” by the manhunt for suspects linked to the Manchester arena attack.
Twenty-three people were killed, including the attacker, and 139 were wounded, more than half of them children, when a suicide bomber struck a pop concert in the arena in May last year.
The killer was later revealed as Salman Abedi, 22, from a prominent family in the city’s Libyan asylum seeker community with strong links to the local Didsbury Mosque, where his father sometimes led the call to prayer.
The mosque had hosted sermons where preachers allegedly called for “armed jihad” and the mosque aimed to spread Salafism, a hard-line Islamic school of thought also followed by al-Qaeda and Islamic State.
In his annual report on the operation of the terrorist acts in 2017, Hill praised the police for the “thoroughness and rigour of an investigation” as they hunted for suspects after the attack.
He also revealed the operation “involved collateral damage so as to necessitate the payment of compensation to one arrested person”.
Specifically, a woman was arrested and her property searched because she was living next to a home that was linked to the attack. She was said to have been in the “wrong place at the wrong time”.
“This was a dynamic and urgent investigation involving multiple premises,” Hill said. “There were legitimate public safety issues; Jtac [Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre] had increased the national threat level to critical in the days after the attack.
“However, it is important to avoid the collateral damage [the woman] experienced, and this has been accepted as a learning outcome for SIOs [senior investigating officers] and police teams in future.”
He said “police should consider and reflect upon the community impact of a large-scale investigation, centring as it did on particular areas of Manchester with a large Muslim population.
“Good community policing, as well as good counterterrorism policing, demands that real efforts are made to work within and with local communities, where many blameless residents will have been inconvenienced if not traumatised by the regular appearance of police search and arrest teams on their street or in their home.”…
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