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London Bombings, A Year Later: "Britons", Not Muslims, Responsible
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July 07, 2006, 04:02 PM
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Today is the anniversary of the bombings in London by Muslim terrorists, and the website Biased BBC has a post called "What Elephant?"

The Today programme devoted most of the half-hour between 7 and 7.30 to the anniversary. As Sarah Montague so perceptively pointed out, today is the day when "four British men blew themselves up" (an Englishman, a Scotsman, an Irishman and a Welshman ?), but it was 7.23 before the M- or I-words were mentioned - when Church of England Bishop Tony Robinson told us that the bombers `weren`t Muslims at all` !

It is fascinating to watch the BBC and the Church of England as they redefine Briton to include Muslims, while at the same time redefining Muslim to exclude jihadis.

Both are incorrect; historically, Britons are a people who escaped becoming Muslim, and most actual Muslims consider jihad an essential part of their faith.

Here are some of our postings from last year: