How brave of the BBC to broadcast this story concerning a request from a most senior judge to kill the owners of TV channels which broadcast immoral programmes. Relax though, it’s only Saudi Arabia’s most senior judge calling for the beheading of those at the top of broadcasting corporations producing filth. As the BBC correspondent notes “fighting militant Islam can be difficult.” I’d say. Then again the BBC is keen to portray Islam as the religion of peace so I guess the beheading of offensive broadcasters is just tough love?

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24 Responses to OFF WITH THEIR HEADS..

  1. Atlas shrugged says:

    David is it possible that you are being conned by the BBC every bit as much as the Muslim community is being?

    The BBC do not like anyone. They do as they are told and do a very fine job of hiding the fact.

    Do you think that a radicalized Muslim terrorist trusts the BBC to really be on his side of fence?

    It seems that every educated person in the world knows the BBC is the mouthpiece of the British establishment headed up by groups such as the Bilderbergers, except the British and American people.

    The BBC is not what it so cleverly pretends to be.

    In my most humble and most highly informed opinion.

    If the Muslim world or Muslim people think the BBC is a friend of theirs, they seriously do NOT need any enemies at all.


  2. Pete says:

    Let’s get that judge over here and show him the programmes our state broadcaster manufactures with our TV tax money. I wonder what punishments he’d think appropriate for the makers of trash like Eastenders, Top Gear and Casualty – I’d have thought a 100 lashes at least.


  3. George R says:

    “Saudi Shura Council recommends allowing Saudi women to drive with limitations”

    No doubt the BBC will soon now invite Saudi women onto a new all-women (a la Harman diktat) series of Islamic ‘Top Gear’.


  4. disillusioned_german says:

    Islamic Top Gear?

    Sounds like a fashion show to me… Sorta “What kind of burqa is in this autumn?”


  5. Martin says:

    Beheading beeboids. Don’t get me excited!!!


  6. Martin says:

    Muslim Top Gear: This week Mohammand, Asif and Iqbal turn a Renault Espace into an weapon of death for Jihad.

    And our Top Gear tame Muslim racing driver who some say licks the bum of the Prophet and that he reads the Koran hanging upside down, all we know he’s called ‘Alluah Ackbar Stig’

    I think it might catch on!


  7. None says:

    “fighting militant Islam can be difficult when the country’s top judge calls for the beheading of those he views as immoral broadcasters”

    The BBC couldnt quite manage the truth, namely:

    “fighting militant Islam can be difficult when the country’s top islamic authority calls for the beheading of those he views as immoral broadcasters”


  8. Cameron says:

    “It seems that every educated person in the world knows the BBC is the mouthpiece of the British establishment headed up by groups such as the Bilderbergers, except the British and American people.”

    Yeah the global elite would get the masses to pay for anti western sentiment 24 hours a day.

    You really must stop listening to Alex Jones…


  9. Anonymous says:

    Not a word of this on the BBC TV news, why was no one arrested?

    Walthamstow, east London: Radical Muslims speech warn of another 9/11

    Among the speakers were a number of former members of the banned group al-Muhajiroun, once led by Bakri from his council home in Edmonton, North London.

    The most incendiary speech was delivered by Saiful Islam, from Luton, Bedfordshire, who praised Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda for their “courage” in retaliating against the “dictatorship and oppression” of the West.

    He spoke against mainstream bodies like the Muslim Council of Britain, who condemned the September 11 and July 7 attacks, accusing them of “selling their souls to the devil”.

    Mr Choudary talked about the black “flag of Sharia” flying over Downing Street by 2020, saying 500 people a day were converting to Islam.

    He laughed that Muslim families in places like Whitechapel and Bethnal Green in east London were having “10 or 12 children each”.


  10. Devil's Advocate says:

    At least they had the decency not to censor the M-word this time. Or the I-word.

    Oh, wait, they’re used in quotes. Forget it.

    Perhaps an analysis of how this judge’s view correlates to “moderate” Islam, the lite version of the religion that 99.9% of muslims subscribe to (right?). A proper, in-depth look with moderates on one side and “conservatives” (BBC speak for evil) on the other. Or would such an analysis not be socially responsible due to its uncomfortable findings?


  11. MrLouKnee says:

    i sees no reason why there should not be an Islamic Topgear especially since there is an Islamic Cars, this one for example given free advertising space by Al Beeb

    i think the explosives are an optional extra


  12. Martin says:

    MrLouKnee: Oh dear, you could have so much fun with a ‘Muslim’ car.


  13. Lurker in a Burqua says:

    the car could boast special features like a compass pointing to Mecca and a dedicated space to keep a copy of the Koran and a headscarf.

    Useful when you break down!


  14. George R says:

    Compare thes two reports on the same events in MALAYSIA:

    1.) BBC report –

    “New dissent arrests in Malaysia”

    That is a dhimmi BBC report by one Robin Brant. There is no reference to ‘Islam’ nor to ‘Muslim’, which is crucially relevant to any understanding of what’s going on in Malaysia.

    In contrast:

    2.)’Pedestrian Infidel’ report, has real substance:

    “Malaysia arrests top blogger PPK to ‘defend Islam’


  15. George R says:

    On the witty Nissan advert for a fuel-efficient car in Israel, -Saudis and other Arab states reacted in their usual irrational, victimised way, as reported here:


  16. George R says:

    11:16 am above.

    Correction: arrested Malaysian blogger uses initials ‘RPK’.


  17. Anat (Israel) says:

    Hey, get of Top Gear. I actually love it. Lots of cars of the kind I shall never see in my neighbourhood.


  18. Anat (Israel) says:

    George R, thanks of the link. This is priceless:

    ‘Saudi Arabia’s MBC TV began its Sunday night news edition not with Syrian President Bashar Assad’s trip to Iran, nor with Palestinian infighting in Gaza – but with an outraged report on an Israeli TV commercial.

    The advertisement shows wealthy Arab oil barons enraged that a Nissan car is so fuel efficient.

    MBC proceeded to interview a Saudi representative, who was asked why he thought Israel would broadcast the commercial. He warned of a boycott of Nissan by Persian Gulf states, and demanded the company apologize.’


  19. Andy says:

    Should the Saudi powers-that-be decide to behead broadcasters, it will leave huge numbers of disappointed Saudis.

    In my experience, Saudis are at least as obsessed with porn as anybody else.


  20. David Preiser (USA) says:

    None | 13.09.08 – 12:20 am |

    Good catch. Clearly an editorial decision. Busted again for hiding the truth, BBC.


  21. wally says:

    The BBC website report does say of RP Kamarudin: “his arrest was apparently due to blasphemous articles on his website.” The beeboid doesn’t even use the word ‘allegedly’ before blasphemous and the failure to mention the religion against which he was supposed to be blaspheming makes it look as though the piece could have been written by a Muslim – perhaps they should recall Robin Grant for a short break: he appears to have gone native.


  22. Martin says:

    I love Top Gear as well. The only reason the BBC carries it, is because it makes the BBC lots of money.


  23. ady says:

    Saudi Arabia.
    Americas biggest oil supplier, and bestest buddy.

    The US military quit Saudi without a squeak after the Iraq invasion, it was barely mentioned in the western press.

    The politics of munney.


  24. ady says:

    The Saudis boot the Americans out, and this is about all you’ll read about it.

    2002 November – Saudi foreign minister says his country will not allow the US to use its facilities to attack Iraq, even in a UN-sanctioned strike.

    2003 April – US says it will pull out almost all its troops from Saudi Arabia, ending a military presence dating back to the 1991 Gulf war. Both countries stress that they will remain allies.