A music video glorifying al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden
and containing images of the September 11 attacks in the
United States has become a big hit amongst Britains' young
song "Dirty Kuffar" (non-believer) by a young
British rapper who calls himself Sheikh Terra rails against
Prime Minister Tony Blair and the US President George
W. Bush, calling on believers to "throw them to the
do not know of any young Muslims who have not either seen
or got this video," Muhammed al-Massari, an exiled
Saudi dissident, told the Observer British weekly on Sunday.
is selling everywhere; Everyone I meet at the mosque is
asking for it," he added.
cleverly combines western style video techniques with
a strong anti-western message which will surely have a
powerful impact on the teenage Muslim boys that are the
target of this message.
video starts with images of US troops in Iraq cheering
as they wound an Iraqi lying on the floor. It also shows
the execution of a Russian soldier in Chechnya, where
Islamic separatists are fighting the Russian army. It
then attacks the BNP, linking it with the National Front
and the Ku Klux Klan and shows a photographic montage
of BNP Chairman Nick Griffin against a backdrop of Nazi
leaders and Sir Oswald Mosley, leader of the British Union
of Fascists. "Throw them into the fire" the
rap ditty instructs its Muslim audience.
video finishes with images of the collapse of New York's
World Trade Center, with laughing in the background.
Video calls for British muslims to take up "jihad"
against non believers.
The video could be subject to legal action in the UK under
religious hate laws so we could not carry the material
on our site. We can however suggest that anyone interested
in learning how the young Muslims of Britain are being
stoked up for a "jihad" watch the video on this