The British Civil War

in Afghanistan:

Luring jihadist Brits overseas and killing them in Afghanistan is certainly a swifter response to the problem than having them sitting at “home” plotting to blow up Glasgow Airport while the government makes ever more desperate efforts to appease them. But no doubt some obliging judge will soon rule that it’s in breach of the European Human Rights Act for British troops in Afghanistan to shoot at British passport holders.

Move along, folks, nothing to see here.

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  1. Thousands of muslim Brits serving with the Taliban? The Star doesn’t cite a source which says that. My take is that it is bunk. I get the feeling the Taliban doesn’t have a lot of soldiers and in particular, the number of foreign soldiers is probably the “few thousand” above. But if it is true, that would be a remarkable mass display of treason.

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