And what is the British authorities' response to the jihad in that country? More sharia. They ban Robert Spencer and me for fear of even talking about the problem. Snuffing out opposition to jihad and sharia is not a strategy; it's surrender.
'Islamist terror plot to target UK foiled" The Telegraph, October 14, 2013
Police are questioning four suspected Islamist terrorists amid fears they planned to attack public places in the UK armed with guns.
Armed police arrested the men in three separate areas of London in dramatic simultaneous raids last night.
The men are now being questioned on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism.
The men had been monitored by counter-terrorism police and MI5 for some time and the arrests were part of a pre-planned operation.
A large number of armed officers were deployed because it was feared the men may have had access to weapons, the Daily Telegraph understands.
The men had been under surveillance by police and MI5 for some time.
They have all been taken to a south London police station, while six addresses across the capital are being searched, a force spokesman said.
Two men, both aged 25, were arrested in Mansell Street, east London, a 28-year-old was arrested at a premises in Westbourne Grove, west London and the fourth man, 29, was arrested in Peckham Street, south-east London.
The arrests took place at 7.10pm yesterday, Scotland Yard said.
The deployment of armed officers raises the prospect that police were looking at a possible plot to target public places with guns.
A man who witnessed the arrest on Westbourne Grove – a street lined with restaurants and boutiques in Notting Hill – said what unfolded was "quite a scene".
The man, who did not want to give his name, said: "Well, I walked by and it seemed to be a couple of guys being arrested.
"There were three."
The man said the men "looked white" and were "up against the wall".
He added: "And there was quite a lot of police. There was quite a scene as I approached."
He recalls seeing two police vans and a police car.
The area is now clear and there is no sign of an anti-terrorism operation having taken place, the man said.
Witnesses described the arrest of a man on Westbourne Grove on suspicion of terrorist activities as "ultra quick and ultra professional".
Businessman George Paul, 30, who saw the arrest from his flat on the smart West London street, said: "Two unmarked police cars had blocked off the road and there were three officers were handling a man on the pavement.
"There was a lot of noise, the man was shouting, 'Don't break my arms' or something like that.
"There were a few people gathered around watching who were told to move on.
"Then they must have bundled the man into a vehicle, although I didn't see that, because it was all over in about ten minutes and they drove off.
"One of the vehicles was black with a blue siren and the other must have been an undercover police car because it had no markings or anything.
"It was ultra quick and ultra professional."
Police swooped on the man in the street outside an Iranian restaurant at 7.10pm on Sunday.
Another man who lived nearby said: "We heard loads of shouting and screaming coming from the street.
"There were people shouting, 'Stay down' and things like that.
"We assumed it was just someone being drunk and disorderly or something."