A well known British based radical Muslim has claimed Ireland could be and is most likely be viewed as a legitimate target for a terrorist attack because the Irish Government let U.S. military planes refuel at Shannon Airport.
The shocking and chilling comments come from one of Britain’s outspoken radical Muslim’s, Anjem Choudary who claims Muslims currently fighting US foreign policy do not see the Irish nation as neutral. Mr Choudary, also has shown no remorse to those tragically killed in the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris last January, claiming they were to blame for their own deaths. A emotionless Chodary told Cork’s RedFM: “You allow the Americans, who are the biggest butchers in the world, to stop at Shannon Airport to refuel and go on to kill people in Muslim countries. “You have the gall to talk to me about innocent people. Look at yourself, look at your own generation and maybe we can have a conversation and not blame Muslims for all the problems in the world.
Choudary further explained: “If you believe the Americans are terrorists, the Irish Government is colluding with them and aiding and abetting terrorism. “You know it’s not just now that it’s become a legitimate target – I believe for a long time that in the eyes of al-Qaeda and others, it is a place which is being used to aid and abet the war. “The Irish know their claim of being neutral and not being involved in any kind of war campaign is not something which has been bought by the Irish public or Muslims around the world.”
However Choudary’s harrowing and appalling comments didn’t stop there as presenter Niall Prendeville asked him if Ireland is now a legitimate target for terrorist attack, a brazen Choudary replied: “For those engaged in the military campaigns around the world, how do you think they will look at Ireland if you allow American planes to refuel in Shannon airport and then go and bomb Muslim people?” “You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to work it out. People will see you as aiding and abetting Americans.”
Source The Irish Mirror