The devout Muslims who beheaded a young British soldier in a bloody, frenzied attack in broad daylight on a public street outside of London have been found guilty. It took the jury 90 minutes to convict the two British muslims "who considered themselves 'soldiers of Allah.'"
Mujahid Abu Hamza, nee Michael Adebolajo, was filmed by a passer-by moments after the attack, covered in blood and holding a cleaver and a knife, justifying the killing as jihad.
The savagery of the crime, Adebolajo's bloodthirsty rhetoric - delivered in a London accent - and the ordinary working-day surroundings all helped make the killing a crime that inflamed fears of Islamic extremist terrorism in Britain.
It was followed by a spate of attacks on mosques and Islamic centers, and by protests from far-right groups.
Actually, it was not. AP is advancing the Muslim myth of faked hate. In the wake of the London beheading, false reports were filed by Islamic supremacists. These reports were widely debunked. The false accusations were so egregious, in fact, that Muslim groups like Fiyaz Mughal's Tell Mama (a group dedicated to tracking “Islamophobia”) lost its government funding after making false claims of waves of “Islamophobic incidents.”