Justice Bill aimed at Political
Muslims in UK!
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new amendments to the criminal
The Reality on the Ground!
While Britain is diverted by the War against the Muslim
nation, the British government has stepped up its relentless
campaign to further erode civil liberties by deviously
proposing the reform of the Criminal Justice system.
These changes will affect Political Muslims living in
the UK, whether holding citizenship or not but will
allow the state to do the following:
- Detain suspects for up to 36 hours in jail without
- Extension of powers to stop and search
- Increase in sentences for racial or religious aggravation
(at first glance this is welcomed,
but upon further investigation it could be used as
a tool to apprehend and detain under the Terrorism
Act Muslims who voice their free opinions.)
- Powers to confiscating equipment. (A
measure to financially cripple sincere groups calling
society towards Islam,
dawa is an obligation for every muslim to interact
with society at all levels. This rule would allow
the police force the powers to confiscate electronic
printing equipment such as computers, printers and
the use of the internet.)
Coupled with recent legislative powers allowing the
Home Office to revoke british citizenship and the Terrorist
Act 2000 the government is targeting Muslim Political
groups based in the UK.
Since the Muslim nation is a political nation these
laws will try to gag the Muslims living in the UK. Such
laws are being implemented to bolster the War against
Terrorism. The legislation empowers the police to detain
without charge, confenscate equipment and instigate
stop and search.
are the terroirst?
Ask the man on the street who the terrorists are and
the response will be "Muslims". The British
and American Governments have programmed the public
to be suspicious, even go as far as to police the neighborhood
on their behalf.
Peoples perceptions of Muslims being a peace loving
of the community is being worn away as paranoia sets
in and Muslims are further targeted as suspicious members
of british society.
Attacks and arrests on Muslims living in France, Germany,
Spain and the UK are rising at an alarming rate.
Does citizenship affect the way a British citizen views
or interacts with a non-citizen? Do they consider them
as second class or foreign peoples and should not be
provided any assistance? Is the Nation state showing
its true colours?
A Labour peer and prominent QC described the Government's
plans to reform the criminal justice system as a "confidence
Baroness Helena Kennedy, QC, sparked a row in the Labour
Party last night by saying that ministers were planning
to do something "quite frightening" to civil
liberties by "tinkering" with fundamental
tenets of the legal system.
Baroness Helena Kennedy
The public was being "deluded" into thinking
that the changes would help limit crime on the streets
when in fact they would disturb delicate balances built
into the system, she told GMTV's Sunday Programme. "It
is a serious shift and it's a very illiberal set of
The Bill - the centrepiece of last week's Queen's Speech
- would reform sentencing arrangements, scrap the "double
jeopardy" rule and restrict the right to trial
by jury. It would also allow juries to hear details
of previous convictions of defenders.
The package of criminal justice reforms was hailed
by Tony Blair as the core of the Government's legislative
programme for the next year.
Lord Falconer, the Home Office minister, dismissed
the criticism, saying the system could not be left as
it was for ever and made clear that the Government would
not be thrown off course.
The fight against crime and anti-social behaviour was
one of the biggest issues that affected people's lives,
especially in deprived areas, he said. "What people
are most after is policies that actually make a difference
to that, and that's why we think the criminal justice
system needs a fundamental reform."
Baroness Kennedy said the Bill was not about shifting
the balance in favour of the victim, as ministers claimed.
"In fact it's about a shifting of the balance towards
Source: Toby Helm,
Chief Political Correspondent Telegraph