Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Email message sent to Members of Parliament.

(NOTE: To anyone wishing to be helpful: This is an email that I have already sent to UK Members of Parliament. It is NOT a petition, therefore do NOT send any additional copies to UK Members of Parliament, as that is likely to cause confusion, which will not be helpful.

However, if you wish to make use of this letter to send it to your MPs or Senators in your own country, then please do so. You will need to adapt it to your own specific circumstances. For example, the paragraph relating to Prince Charles is not relevant to the USA, but is relevant for Canada, Australia, New Zealand and other Commonwealth nations.

If you have the time and energy to do this task, then please add a comment below, so that I can get in touch with you. It is not a small task, and will involve several days of effort. It would be helpful if only one person per country does this task, to avoid duplicated effort and confusion. All replies can then be collated on a single website or blog per country.)

Dear Member of Parliament

During the course of the forthcoming Parliamentary year, there will be debates on terrorism. It is vitally important that you should first have a good understanding of Islam, in order to have a meaningful debate on Islamic terrorism. Hence, you need to understand the Quran.

I have made numerous notes on my blog, which hopefully can be a useful resource for you. You will find it here:


The key aspect that you must understand about the Quran is the concept of "abrogation". This means that the chronologically earlier verses, which can be very tolerant, are superseded by the later verses, which are generally very bloodthirsty and violent.

Therefore, if you are told that Islam is a religion of peace, and you are given quotes such as "there shall be no compulsion in religion", you need to be on your guard.

It is a frequent misconception, or deliberate propaganda, that the word "Islam" means "peace". It does not. The word "Islam" is derived from the Arabic word "al-silm", which means "surrender" or "submission".

Unlike other religions, Christianity or Buddhism for example, a lack of honesty is inherently part of Islam. A quote from the Hadiths (essentially Mohammed's biography) demonstrates this:

"Whenever I tell you a narration from Allah's Apostle, by Allah, I would rather fall down from the sky than ascribe a false statement to him, but if I tell you something between me and you (not a Hadith) then it was indeed a trick (i.e., I may say things just to cheat my enemy)." Hadith Volume 9, Book 84, Number 64

There is little point in Parliament passing laws which are then not acted upon. The glorification of terrorism act for example. It is clearly the case that the Quran is the single most significant document that inspires, condones, commands, and glorifies Islamic terrorism. There needs to be an enquiry into whether the Quran meets the criteria of the glorification of terrorism act.

It is deeply concerning that our future Monarch, Prince Charles, appears to have a limited understanding of the truth about Islam, despite his interest in it. Since Islam is completely intolerant of all other religions, it is meaningless for him to wish for the title "Defender of Faiths". As a loyal subject, I do not wish to see my Monarch become a laughing stock.

The Quran itself makes it clear that Muslims cannot integrate peacefully with non-Muslims:

"O you who believe! do not take the Jews and the Christians for friends; they are friends of each other; and whoever amongst you takes them for a friend, then surely he is one of them; surely Allah does not guide the unjust people." Quran 5.51

"O you who believe! fight those of the unbelievers who are near to you and let them find in you hardness; and know that Allah is with those who guard (against evil)." Quran 9.123

In addition to the threat of Islamic terrorism, it is clear from these quotes that Islam is also a serious threat to social cohesion and stability in Britain. There are already strident calls for Sharia law to be introduced in certain areas, which must be strongly resisted. Take care when deciding how much government power to devolve to regions or cities. Islamists will be quick to take advantage of any weakening of control from central government. They aim to "cut off the head", so to speak, meaning, to sever the connection between government and the populace. Beware, they will use any means to stifle debate, and put curbs on any public analysis of Islam. Any reduction in our freedom of speech will seriously disadvantage our efforts to root out Islamic extremism.

Speaking the truth is far more important than worrying about offending sensibilities. We owe that much at least to the victims of the London bombings.

Islamic terrorism cannot be considered in isolation from Islam itself. In response to 9/11, Salman Rushdie wrote an article with the title "Yes, This Is About Islam". It is worthwhile reading the first two paragraphs:

<"This isn't about Islam." The world's leaders have been repeating this mantra for weeks, partly in the virtuous hope of deterring reprisal attacks on innocent Muslims living in the West, partly because if the United States is to maintain its coalition against terror it can't afford to suggest that Islam and terrorism are in any way related.

The trouble with this necessary disclaimer is that it isn't true. If this isn't about Islam, why the worldwide Muslim demonstrations in support of Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda? Why did those 10,000 men armed with swords and axes mass on the Pakistan-Afghanistan frontier, answering some mullah's call to jihad? Why are the war's first British casualties three Muslim men who died fighting on the Taliban side?>

The full article is found here:
It is worthwhile taking a good look at this Faith Freedom website. It tells the truth about Islam.

I would very much appreciate a meaningful reply to this email. I will place all replies onto my blog, unless you mark it "CONFIDENTIAL". It is important that the electorate should know which of their MPs or Parliamentary candidates have a firm and accurate understanding of this subject matter.

I wish you success in the application of wisdom and true understanding during the forthcoming debates. This issue is far too important to be sidetracked by party political point scoring.

Yours faithfully,

I have not been able to send this message to the MPs listed below, as they do not give their email address on their websites.
If you see the name of a colleague who would benefit from receiving this message, then by all means forward a copy to them.

Adams, Mr Gerry (SF)
Afriyie, Adam (Con)
Ainsworth, Rt Hon Bob (Lab)
Allen, Mr Graham (Lab)
Atkins, Charlotte (Lab)
Atkinson, Mr Peter (Con)
Austin, Mr Ian (Lab)

Baker, Norman (LD)
Barker, Gregory (Con)
Baron, Mr John (Con)
Barron, Rt Hon Kevin (Lab)
Beckett, Rt Hon Margaret (Lab)
Bellingham, Mr Henry (Con)
Bercow, John (Con)
Beresford, Sir Paul (Con)
Betts, Mr Clive (Lab)
Blackman, Liz (Lab)
Blackman-Woods, Dr Roberta (Lab)
Blair, Rt Hon Tony (Lab)
Blunkett, Rt Hon David (Lab)
Bone, Mr Peter (Con)
Borrow, Mr David S. (Lab)
Boswell, Mr Tim (Con)
Bradshaw, Mr Ben (Lab)
Brady, Mr Graham (Con)
Brooke, Annette (LD)
Brown, Rt Hon Gordon (Lab)
Brown, Rt Hon Nicholas (Lab)
Browne, Mr Jeremy (LD)
Burnham, Andy (Lab)
Burns, Mr Simon (Con)
Butterfill, Sir John (Con)

Caborn, Rt Hon Richard (Lab)
Campbell, Mr Gregory (DU)
Campbell, Mr Ronnie (Lab)
Cash, Mr William (Con)
Caton, Mr Martin (Lab)
Challen, Colin (Lab)
Chaytor, Mr David (Lab)
Chope, Mr Christopher (Con)
Clappison, Mr James (Con)
Clark, Greg (Con)
Clark, Ms Katy (Lab)
Clarke, Rt Hon Kenneth (Con)
Clarke, Rt Hon Tom (Lab)
Clegg, Mr Nick (LD)
Clelland, Mr David (Lab)
Clifton-Brown, Mr Geoffrey (Con)
Clwyd, Rt Hon Ann (Lab)
Connarty, Michael (Lab)
Conway, Derek (Con)
Cook, Frank (Lab)
Corbyn, Jeremy (Lab)
Cormack, Sir Patrick (Con)
Cousins, Jim (Lab)
Crabb, Mr Stephen (Con)
Crausby, Mr David (Lab)
Cruddas, Jon (Lab)
Cummings, John (Lab)
Cunningham, Mr Jim (Lab)
Curry, Rt Hon David (Con)

Davey, Mr Edward (LD)
Davidson, Mr Ian (Lab/Co-op)
Davies, Dai (Ind)
Davies, Mr Quentin (Con)
Davies, Philip (Con)
Davis, Rt Hon David (Con)
Djanogly, Mr Jonathan (Con)
Dobbin, Jim (Lab/Co-op)
Dobson, Rt Hon Frank (Lab)
Dodds, Mr Nigel (DU)
Doherty, Mr Pat (SF)
Drew, Mr David (Lab/Co-op)
Duncan Smith, Rt Hon Iain (Con)
Dunne, Mr Philip (Con)
Dunwoody, Mrs Gwyneth (Lab)
Durkan, Mark (SDLP)

Eagle, Maria (Lab)
Efford, Clive (Lab)
Ellman, Mrs Louise (Lab/Co-op)
Ellwood, Mr Tobias (Con)
Ennis, Jeff (Lab)
Etherington, Bill (Lab)

Fabricant, Michael (Con)
Farrelly, Paul (Lab)
Field, Mr Mark (Con)
Fisher, Mark (Lab)
Follett, Barbara (Lab)
Foster, Mr Don (LD)
Fox, Dr Liam (Con)
Fraser, Mr Christopher (Con)

Gale, Mr Roger (Con)
Galloway, Mr George (Respect)
George, Andrew (LD)
George, Rt Hon Bruce (Lab)
Gibb, Mr Nick (Con)
Gibson, Dr Ian (Lab)
Gildernew, Michelle (SF)
Gillan, Mrs Cheryl (Con)
Godsiff, Mr Roger (Lab)
Goodwill, Mr Robert (Con)
Greening, Justine (Con)
Greenway, Mr John (Con)
Grieve, Mr Dominic (Con)
Griffith, Nia (Lab)
Griffiths, Nigel (Lab)
Gwynne, Andrew (Lab)

Hague, Rt Hon William (Con)
Hall, Patrick (Lab)
Hammond, Mr Philip (Con)
Harper, Mr Mark (Con)
Harris, Dr Evan (LD)
Harvey, Nick (LD)
Hayes, Mr John (Con)
Heal, Sylvia (DCWM)
Henderson, Mr Doug (Lab)
Hepburn, Mr Stephen (Lab)
Hermon, Lady Sylvia (UU)
Heyes, David (Lab)
Hill, Rt Hon Keith (Lab)
Hillier, Meg (Lab/Co-op)
Hoey, Kate (Lab)
Hogg, Rt Hon Douglas (Con)
Hollobone, Mr Philip (Con)
Holloway, Mr Adam (Con)
Hopkins, Kelvin (Lab)
Horam, Mr John (Con)
Horwood, Mr Martin (LD)
Howarth, Rt Hon George (Lab)
Howells, Dr Kim (Lab)
Hoyle, Mr Lindsay (Lab)
Hughes, Rt Hon Beverley (Lab)
Humble, Mrs Joan (Lab)

Iddon, Dr Brian (Lab)
Illsley, Mr Eric (Lab)
Ingram, Rt Hon Adam (Lab)

Jack, Rt Hon Michael (Con)
Jackson, Glenda (Lab)
Jackson, Mr Stewart (Con)
Jenkin, Mr Bernard (Con)
Jones, Helen (Lab)
Jowell, Rt Hon Tessa (Lab)

Kaufman, Rt Hon Sir Gerald (Lab)
Keeble, Ms Sally (Lab)
Keeley, Ms Barbara (Lab)
Keen, Alan (Lab/Co-op)
Kelly, Rt Hon Ruth (Lab)
Kemp, Mr Fraser (Lab)
Kennedy, Rt Hon Charles (LD)
Kennedy, Rt Hon Jane (Lab)
Key, Robert (Con)
Khabra, Mr Piara S (Lab)
Kidney, Mr David (Lab)
Kumar, Dr Ashok (Lab)

Laing, Mrs Eleanor (Con)
Lammy, Mr David (Lab)
Lancaster, Mr Mark (Con)
Leech, Mr John (LD)
Lepper, David (Lab/Co-op)
Letwin, Rt Hon Oliver (Con)
Lewis, Mr Ivan (Lab)
Lewis, Dr Julian (Con)
Liddell-Grainger, Mr Ian (Con)
Linton, Martin (Lab)
Lloyd, Tony (Lab)
Llwyd, Mr Elfyn (PC)
Lord, Sir Michael (DCWM)
Luff, Peter (Con)

McCartney, Rt Hon Ian (Lab)
McCrea, Rev Dr William (DU)
McDonnell, Dr Alasdair (SDLP)
McFadden, Mr Pat (Lab)
McGuinness, Mr Martin (SF)
McIntosh, Miss Anne (Con)
McIsaac, Shona (Lab)
Mackinlay, Andrew (Lab)
Maclean, Rt Hon David (Con)
McLoughlin, Rt Hon Patrick (Con)
MacNeil, Mr Angus (SNP)
McNulty, Mr Tony (Lab)
Mahmood, Mr Khalid (Lab)
Malik, Mr Shahid (Lab)
Malins, Mr Humfrey (Con)
Marsden, Mr Gordon (Lab)
Marshall, Mr David (Lab)
Martin, Rt Hon Michael J. (SPK)
Martlew, Mr Eric (Lab)
Maude, Rt Hon Francis (Con)
Michael, Rt Hon Alun (Lab/Co-op)
Milburn, Rt Hon Alan (Lab)
Miliband, Edward (Lab)
Miller, Andrew (Lab)
Milton, Anne (Con)
Moffat, Anne (Lab)
Morden, Jessica (Lab)
Morley, Mr Elliot (Lab)
Mountford, Kali (Lab)
Mudie, Mr George (Lab)
Mullin, Mr Chris (Lab)
Murphy, Conor (SF)
Murphy, Mr Denis (Lab)
Murphy, Rt Hon Paul (Lab)

Neill, Bob (Con)
Newmark, Mr Brooks (Con)
Norris, Dan (Lab)

O'Brien, Mr Mike (Lab)
O'Brien, Mr Stephen (Con)
O'Hara, Mr Edward (Lab)
Olner, Mr Bill (Lab)
Osborne, Mr George (Con)

Paisley, Rt Hon Ian (DU)
Paterson, Mr Owen (Con)
Pearson, Ian (Lab)
Pelling, Mr Andrew (Con)
Penning, Mike (Con)
Penrose, John (Con)
Pound, Stephen (Lab)
Prescott, Rt Hon John (Lab)
Price, Adam (PC)
Prosser, Gwyn (Lab)
Purnell, James (Lab)

Reed, Mr Andy (Lab/Co-op)
Reed, Mr Jamie (Lab)
Reid, Mr Alan (LD)
Rifkind, Rt Hon Sir Malcolm (Con)
Riordan, Mrs Linda (Lab/Co-op)
Robathan, Mr Andrew (Con)
Robertson, Hugh (Con)
Robertson, John (Lab)
Robertson, Mr Laurence (Con)
Robinson, Mr Geoffrey (Lab)
Robinson, Mrs Iris (DU)
Robinson, Mr Peter (DU)
Rooney, Mr Terry (Lab)
Rosindell, Andrew (Con)
Rowen, Paul (LD)
Ruane, Chris (Lab)
Ruddock, Joan (Lab)
Russell, Christine (Lab)
Russell, Bob (LD)
Ryan, Joan (Lab)

Sanders, Mr Adrian (LD)
Seabeck, Alison (Lab)
Shaw, Jonathan (Lab)
Shepherd, Mr Richard (Con)
Simon, Mr Siôn (Lab)
Simpson, David (DU)
Simpson, Mr Keith (Con)
Singh, Mr Marsha (Lab)
Skinner, Mr Dennis (Lab)
Smith, Ms Angela C. (Lab)
Smith, Angela E. (Lab/Co-op)
Smith, Geraldine (Lab)
Smith, John (Lab)
Smith, Sir Robert (LD)
Snelgrove, Anne (Lab)
Soulsby, Sir Peter (Lab)
Southworth, Helen (Lab)
Spring, Mr Richard (Con)
Stanley, Rt Hon Sir John (Con)
Steen, Mr Anthony (Con)
Stewart, Ian (Lab)
Straw, Rt Hon Jack (Lab)
Stringer, Graham (Lab)
Sutcliffe, Mr Gerry (Lab)
Swire, Mr Hugo (Con)
Syms, Mr Robert (Con)

Tapsell, Sir Peter (Con)
Taylor, David (Lab/Co-op)
Taylor, Matthew (LD)
Taylor, Dr Richard (Ind)
Thomas, Mr Gareth (Lab/Co-op)
Timms, Rt Hon Stephen (Lab)
Tipping, Paddy (Lab)
Touhig, Rt Hon Don (Lab/Co-op)
Tredinnick, David (Con)
Trickett, Jon (Lab)
Truswell, Mr Paul (Lab)
Turner, Mr Neil (Lab)
Tyrie, Mr Andrew (Con)

Vis, Dr Rudi (Lab)

Waltho, Lynda (Lab)
Wareing, Mr Robert N. (Lab)
Watkinson, Angela (Con)
Watts, Mr Dave (Lab)
Wicks, Malcolm (Lab)
Widdecombe, Rt Hon Ann (Con)
Wiggin, Bill (Con)
Willetts, Mr David (Con)
Williams, Rt Hon Alan (Lab)
Williams, Mrs Betty (Lab)
Williams, Hywel (PC)
Williams, Mark (LD)
Williams, Mr Roger (LD)
Wilshire, Mr David (Con)
Winterton, Sir Nicholas (Con)
Wishart, Pete (SNP)
Woolas, Mr Phil (Lab)
Wright, Mr Anthony (Lab)
Wright, Mr Iain (Lab)

Yeo, Mr Tim (Con)
Young, Rt Hon Sir George (Con)
Younger-Ross, Richard (LD)

Humanity needs peace not Islam.


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