KEVIN CARROLL, BRITISH FREEDOM PARTY, AT SION 911 INTERNATIONAL FREEDOM OF SPEECH CONGRESS

KEVIN CARROLL, BRITISH FREEDOM PARTY, AT SION 911 INTERNATIONAL FREEDOM OF SPEECH CONGRESS

By | 2012-09-18T14:21:52+00:00 September 18th, 2012|Media|0 Comments
Continuing coverage of our historic freedom conference on September 11th. Above, Kevin Carroll, leader of the EDL and British Freedom Party candidate for Police Commissioner, speaks to a spellbound SRO crowd.  
 
Back in August, leaders of the world’s most effective counter jihad organizations converged in Stockholm for the SION Stockholm: Freedom March. The first worldwide counter-jihad initiative began August 4 with the First Annual Global Counter Jihad rally in Stockholm, Sweden. Representatives from Stop Islamization of Nations (SION), Stop Islamization of America (SIOA), Stop Islamisation of Europe (SIOE), the English Defence League (EDL), and allied groups spoke. The Global Counter Jihad rally featured the president of SION and executive director of SIOA, Pamela Geller, as well as SION Vice President and SIOA associate director Robert Spencer. Also speaking was the EDL’s Tommy Robinson, SIOE’s Anders Gravers, and other worldwide leaders from official Stop Islamization and Defence League groups “The conference,” said Geller in a statement, “heralds the launch of a worldwide counter jihad alliance. Freedom fighters from Europe and America, as well as India, Israel, and other areas threatened by jihad, will at last be working together and forming a common defense of freedom and human rights.”
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Stockholm was chosen for the Global Counter Jihad rally because of the actions of an Iraqi-born Swedish citizen, Taimour Abdulwahab al-Abdaly, who travelled to central Stockholm on December 11, 2010 in order to commit mass murder in revenge for Sweden’s “silence” over cartoons of Islam’s founder and the presence of Swedish troops in Afghanistan. Al-Abdaly succeeded only in killing himself, but his jihad plot is particularly noteworthy because he turned to jihad violence and hatred in England, at the Luton Islamic Centre.