What Britan says publically and what it does behind closed doors are two completely different things.
It's been out of the bag now for a while that British Intelligence has been recruiting and using 'radical islamists' across the UK and worldwide to
infultrate jihadist groups.
Its a dangerous game that has without doubt cost lives, how many we'll never know.
Apparantly French Intelligence call London LONDONISTAN, because of the number of known jihadists, secular and terror groups who live their freely.
The French government know of what they call the 'covenant', which was an agreemnet made between islamist extremist groups and the government in the
It was a "you let us live here without bother and we wont bomb you" agreement.
LONDONISTAN: ITS ORIGINS AND INTERPRETATIONS
The word ‘Londonistan’ was coined by the French counter-intelligence service in 1995. It referred to the UK government’s policy of allowing
radical Islamists from across the globe to set up political offices in London, thereby escaping pressure from counter-terrorist agencies in their home
countries. The immediate provocation for the epithet was Britain’s refusal to extradite Algerian terrorist suspect Rachid Ramda, who had been
granted asylum in the country since 1992. British officials purported to be concerned over Ramda’s human rights, and whether he would be granted a
fair trial in France. For a full decade, they dragged their feet on the issue. After the 7 July 2005 (7/7) bombings in London however, these concerns
vanished and Ramda was extradited within six months.
Through the latter half of the 1990s, ‘Londonistan’ became a popular buzzword in the international counter-terrorism fraternity. A number of
countries found themselves frustrated in their efforts to combat terrorist groups (both religious and secular) that were based in the UK. India, Saudi
Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, the United States, Sri Lanka and Peru, all found the UK government sympathetic but uncooperative when it came to
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