Jihadists in Parliament? Lovely.
Well, that was then, and this is now, and we can't go around bickerin' and arguin' about who killed who!! This is supposed to be a happy blog!
At any rate, however misguided it might have been to allow Islamic fundamentalists to traipse around through the back corridors of the British government in the peacful, happy, carefree days before 7/7, we can all be confident that the House of Blair has come to realize just what sort of enemy they're up against.
Accordingly, while they've now decided to allow known radical jihadist Yusuf al-Qaradawi into Britain, I'm sure they'll be keeping an eye on him if he does anything suspicious or goes into a subway wearing a backpack. Further, they might nearly stand up to the vicious Guardian, which has decided to employ Dilpazier Aslam, another known radical jihadist, on its editorial staff.
Then again, the Muslim Association of Britain has decided to take a strong stand against terrorism, though they apparently have a different view of 'terrorism' than some of the rest of us do: