Skal man tro «menneskerettsorganisasjonen» Cage er Jihad John i virkeligheten Jilted – Avviste John. Avvist av det britiske samfunn, forhørt og presset av britisk sikkerhetstjeneste. Ikke rart han ble bøddel.

Ron Liddle tar for seg Cage i The Sunday Times:


The organisation that fights for the release of maniacal and homicidal Islamist murderers, Cage, has revealed to the public “Jihadi John: the London years”. Its director, Asim Qureshi, told the press that Emwazi was “extremely gentle and kind” and “a beautiful young man”. It’s just that he had been harassed by the security services, simply for practising the Religion of Peace (© all politicians), and basically estranged from British society. Badly let down by his adopted country. Not so much Jihadi John, then, as Jilted John.


Men hva slags organisasjon er Cage? Og hvem støtter den?

Let’s start with Cage. A pro-Taliban and pro-al-Qaeda front masquerading as a human rights group. Asim himself is on record approving of the stoning to death of adulterers and the establishment of a caliphate, and he championed the senior al-Qaeda member Anwar al-Awlaki, inviting him to speak at various Cage dinners (never much of a bar bill at these events, incidentally). What are you doing here, Asim? Wouldn’t you be a lot happier in Quetta or Islamabad?

Who gives money to Cage? Stupid white liberals, that’s who. The usual bien-pensant halfwits. The Roddick Foundation, for example, which was set up by Anita Roddick, founder of the god-awful Body Shop, gave Cage £100,000 — natural skincare and organic beheadings a speciality. And, of course, the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust: three grants totalling almost a third of a million quid. How is it possible to be more naive than these people?