The ultimate in treason against the concepts of peace, freedom and justice would, by my own definition, be to side with, and promote, or fight for an ideology that was decidedly un-free.
Such an act of treason was committed by a British woman, Samantha Lewthwaite. She chose the unfree life of a Muslim woman, she chose to marry a Muslim man who killed 26 people when he exploded himself on a Piccadilly Line train on 7/7, she also chose to travel abroad and fight with the jihadists who are fighting against us. She sided with those whose veins are filled with the poison of Jihad and who have expressed and demonstrated their desire to kill anyone who is non-Muslim.
There is no other word for Lewthaites behaviour but ‘treason’, other lesser words really do not suffice. Belatedly, Interpol have issued an international arrest warrant at the request of Kenya for offences allegedly committed in 2011.
Lets hope that she is caught an punished either by the courts or by some other method. If there is anyone currently who deserves judicial execution for the crime of treason then it must surely be Samantha Lewthwaite. She has committed treason to her country, treason to her family, treason to her gender. She deserves no mercy because she aligned herself with ideologies and groups that often show no mercy themselves.
Sky News story on Interpol arrest warrant for Samantha Lewthwaite
Readers may be interested in this piece from Lewthwaite’s local paper. The Thame Gazette. A local Muslim councillor, in a spectacular example of Taqiyya said:
“Lewthwaite, who went to the Grange school, has been on the run since being linked with a plot to blow up a shopping centre in Mombasa, Kenya’s second city.
Councillor Raj Khan, who knew Lewthwaite before the 7/7 attack, said people should not jump to conclusions.
Mr Khan said: “I’m worried that the picture that has been demonising her may be premature because it has not been substantiated.
“Unless there is hard evidence we should not just unnecessarily jump to conclusions.
“Whether she is part of this horrific tragedy or not, we will remain as one community.”
Mr Khan described Lewthwaite as a ‘family friend’ before she disappeared.
He said: “She was an innocent young person.
“She would do anything to accommodate other people, she was a very good human being.
“She did everything to help others.”
Do you smell something funny about his ‘don’t draw conclusions’ speech? It certainly seems that one commentator called EJ, on the Thame Gazette’s site thought so and said:
“Put a sock in it, Raj.
As usual you have to get your face in anything vaguely muslim-orientated, but I reckon you might be backing the wrong horse this time.
Its also quite worrying to have a local councillor with such seemingly bad judgement of character and dodgy family friends.”
Link to the Thame Gazette