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Universities urged to spy on Muslims February 16, 2007

Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.
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I’ve already touched upon this issue but it’s always good to gather as much information available so one can make up their own minds. It is really sad to see our British country changed into a POLICE STATE where sections of our communities have been forced and pushed to do things against their will and ethics. Already the government advised parents to spy on their own children and to make things a little worse the universities in UK will be urged to spy on Asian and Muslims. It those who are aware of the police state coming into effect would surely realise that these latest actions are just one step close to becoming a state, where people give up their freedom in exchange for protection thus enslaving themselves in the state system. For those who are not aware maybe you need to look into this and make up your own minds (just try doing a google search using the words Police State.

Monday October 16, 2006

Lecturers and university staff across Britain are to be asked to spy on “Asian-looking” and Muslim students they suspect of involvement in Islamic extremism and supporting terrorist violence, the Guardian has learned.

They will be told to inform on students to special branch because the government believes campuses have become “fertile recruiting grounds” for extremists.

The Department for Education has drawn up a series of proposals which are to be sent to universities and other centres of higher education before the end of the year. The 18-page document acknowledges that universities will be anxious about passing information to special branch, for fear it amounts to “collaborating with the ‘secret police'”. It says there will be “concerns about police targeting certain sections of the student population (eg Muslims)”.

The proposals are likely to cause anxiety among academics, and provoke anger from British Muslim groups at a time when ministers are at the focus of rows over issues such as the wearing of the veil and forcing Islamic schools to accept pupils from other faiths.

Wakkas Khan, president of the Federation of Student Islamic Societies, said: “It sounds to me to be potentially the widest infringement of the rights of Muslim students that there ever has been in this country. It is clearly targeting Muslim students and treating them to a higher level of suspicion and scrutiny. It sounds like you’re guilty until you’re proven innocent.”

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