East Lancashire author tells story of ‘cruel’ ordeal in Pakistan

Lancashire Telegraph: OPENING UP Alexander Khan OPENING UP Alexander Khan

AN Asian author has detailed the ‘unspeakable cruelty’ he suffered as a child after being forced to leave his family and move to Pakistan.

Alexander Khan also writes about the difficult decisions he had to make to avoid the path to terrorism in his new book Orphan of Islam.

Brought up in East Lancashire, in a tight-knit Muslim community, in the 1970s, Alexander tells how, at the age of 12, he was sent to Pakistan, and made to attend an Islamic fundamentalist school, famed for training some of the Taliban’s top scholars and fighters.

He spoke no Arabic, and had little knowledge of the Qur’an and was regularly beaten for his ‘crimes’.

But, with the help of a brave fellow pupil, Alexander said he escaped, making his way across the Pakistani desert and reaching the village his relatives lived in.

Almost 40 years later, Alexander decided to write his story as a kind of therapy to help him get over the ordeal.

He said: “It started about four years ago when I told my wife exactly what had happened to me. We had been together for five years, so it took me a long time to open up about it. It took a huge weight off my shoulders because I had not told anybody.

“My wife told me to write everything down to make me feel better, and possibly help others who are suffering.”

Alexander said one of the main motives for writing the book was to help people who might have found themselves in the same situation.

He said: “From my understanding, my story is the first of its kind. There are many books out there of brave females telling their stories, but this is the first one from a boy’s side of things. I have already had interest on my website and people saying the book has really helped them.

“It has always been in my head, but writing it down I realised how much it had affected me.”

Orphan of Islam has already received glowing reviews, with author Steve McLaughlin, praising Alexander for his courage. Mr McLaughlin said: “The book will challenge how you think, and cause you to question your moral values.

“I am not as kind and forgiving a person as Alex is, and had some of these characters infected my childhood, I have no idea how I would have coped.But Alex is a better and stronger man than me, and I salute him for having the courage and wisdom to rise above it.”

Alexander served seven years in an elite parachute regiment within the British Army on his return to England and, after almost 26 years of searching, was finally reunited with his mother.

He now runs his own telecommunications business in Hampshire.

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2:47pm Fri 13 Jul 12

sen c ble says...

Associated with the 'Quilliam' group, we're going to have some fun!
Associated with the 'Quilliam' group, we're going to have some fun! sen c ble

2:57pm Fri 13 Jul 12

RUinsane says...

sen c ble wrote:
Associated with the 'Quilliam' group, we're going to have some fun!
Meaning?
[quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: Associated with the 'Quilliam' group, we're going to have some fun![/p][/quote]Meaning? RUinsane

3:40pm Fri 13 Jul 12

sen c ble says...

A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism!
A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism! sen c ble

3:50pm Fri 13 Jul 12

ste.g says...

why blank the face out???????????
why blank the face out??????????? ste.g

4:15pm Fri 13 Jul 12

sen c ble says...

ste.g wrote:
why blank the face out???????????
Even though he's an army lad, he's afraid of repraisals, as other mosque scholars!!!
[quote][p][bold]ste.g[/bold] wrote: why blank the face out???????????[/p][/quote]Even though he's an army lad, he's afraid of repraisals, as other mosque scholars!!! sen c ble

4:18pm Fri 13 Jul 12

RUinsane says...

sen c ble wrote:
A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism!
Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.
[quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism![/p][/quote]Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate. RUinsane

4:26pm Fri 13 Jul 12

sen c ble says...

RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism!
Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.
Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased!
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism![/p][/quote]Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.[/p][/quote]Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased! sen c ble

4:59pm Fri 13 Jul 12

ste.g says...

sen c ble wrote:
ste.g wrote:
why blank the face out???????????
Even though he's an army lad, he's afraid of repraisals, as other mosque scholars!!!
isnt he bringing a book out though?
[quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ste.g[/bold] wrote: why blank the face out???????????[/p][/quote]Even though he's an army lad, he's afraid of repraisals, as other mosque scholars!!![/p][/quote]isnt he bringing a book out though? ste.g

7:46pm Fri 13 Jul 12

SA Too says...

sen c ble wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism!
Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.
Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased!
"most muslims aint going to be pleased" i dont agree. having just finished reading this book, its a story about a young boy who went through it all. He does say that it was his family, and the community that was cruel to him, he makes it clear that it was not the religions fault, he is still a muslim.
[quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism![/p][/quote]Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.[/p][/quote]Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased![/p][/quote]"most muslims aint going to be pleased" i dont agree. having just finished reading this book, its a story about a young boy who went through it all. He does say that it was his family, and the community that was cruel to him, he makes it clear that it was not the religions fault, he is still a muslim. SA Too

1:44am Sat 14 Jul 12

RUinsane says...

sen c ble wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism!
Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.
Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased!
You sound like you are trying to incite trouble. I should imagine most muslims, who are moderate, would find your comment distasteful, and would probably agree with the author and also agree that you are just being a bafoon.
[quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism![/p][/quote]Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.[/p][/quote]Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased![/p][/quote]You sound like you are trying to incite trouble. I should imagine most muslims, who are moderate, would find your comment distasteful, and would probably agree with the author and also agree that you are just being a bafoon. RUinsane

7:08am Sat 14 Jul 12

Excluded again says...

It's a shame there sin't more media coverage of Muslims like Mr Khan. Seven years serving our country in the parachute regiment but unless he had written this book we would never of heard of him.

Seven years spouting extremist nonsense in small grouplets and he would have been in the media regularly.

Wrong way round.
It's a shame there sin't more media coverage of Muslims like Mr Khan. Seven years serving our country in the parachute regiment but unless he had written this book we would never of heard of him. Seven years spouting extremist nonsense in small grouplets and he would have been in the media regularly. Wrong way round. Excluded again

1:48pm Sat 14 Jul 12

sen c ble says...

RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism!
Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.
Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased!
You sound like you are trying to incite trouble. I should imagine most muslims, who are moderate, would find your comment distasteful, and would probably agree with the author and also agree that you are just being a bafoon.
It's the other way round you silly little brained twit and I do not wish to disclose much information since I've been kept well informed with regards to the publishing and release of the book, and the identity of the author!
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism![/p][/quote]Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.[/p][/quote]Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased![/p][/quote]You sound like you are trying to incite trouble. I should imagine most muslims, who are moderate, would find your comment distasteful, and would probably agree with the author and also agree that you are just being a bafoon.[/p][/quote]It's the other way round you silly little brained twit and I do not wish to disclose much information since I've been kept well informed with regards to the publishing and release of the book, and the identity of the author! sen c ble

2:27pm Sat 14 Jul 12

sen c ble says...

SA Too wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism!
Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.
Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased!
"most muslims aint going to be pleased" i dont agree. having just finished reading this book, its a story about a young boy who went through it all. He does say that it was his family, and the community that was cruel to him, he makes it clear that it was not the religions fault, he is still a muslim.
Most muslims will have no sympathy for the author. By sharing his liitle childhood life as he experianced, and then converting to Quilliam, most muslims ARE preaching Quilliam understanding of Islam anyway.
Parents controlling their offspring as they desire is a family issue and the author to share his experiances with others, certainly not a big hit.
[quote][p][bold]SA Too[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism![/p][/quote]Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.[/p][/quote]Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased![/p][/quote]"most muslims aint going to be pleased" i dont agree. having just finished reading this book, its a story about a young boy who went through it all. He does say that it was his family, and the community that was cruel to him, he makes it clear that it was not the religions fault, he is still a muslim.[/p][/quote]Most muslims will have no sympathy for the author. By sharing his liitle childhood life as he experianced, and then converting to Quilliam, most muslims ARE preaching Quilliam understanding of Islam anyway. Parents controlling their offspring as they desire is a family issue and the author to share his experiances with others, certainly not a big hit. sen c ble

5:53pm Sat 14 Jul 12

sen c ble says...

RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism!
Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.
Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased!
You sound like you are trying to incite trouble. I should imagine most muslims, who are moderate, would find your comment distasteful, and would probably agree with the author and also agree that you are just being a bafoon.
Not at all surprised for the normal retarded to comment. Easily mislead from media related nonsence, failing to research facts that appear for one's gain, such as this authors, converting to a more moderate Muslim when most preach and practice in this way and have done so for many years. What is there for the majority of muslims to agree and be pleased about?
Consider why he decided to write a book and share his dull experiances having been sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan. Having been 'rescued' he later served with the parachute regiment. Next we wiil have to share his army life, being victimised and bullied for being an asian!
Truly, this is a book of a little loner boarding school boy, mentally unstable regardless whether he was a muslim. His life experiances as an orphan are nothing out of character.
The Asians, and in particular the muslim community will certainly not be queueing up in the book shops, but 'Insane' you better hurry as limited copies are being published, and more of a case this loner is inciting trouble.
Run along fool!!!
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism![/p][/quote]Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.[/p][/quote]Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased![/p][/quote]You sound like you are trying to incite trouble. I should imagine most muslims, who are moderate, would find your comment distasteful, and would probably agree with the author and also agree that you are just being a bafoon.[/p][/quote]Not at all surprised for the normal retarded to comment. Easily mislead from media related nonsence, failing to research facts that appear for one's gain, such as this authors, converting to a more moderate Muslim when most preach and practice in this way and have done so for many years. What is there for the majority of muslims to agree and be pleased about? Consider why he decided to write a book and share his dull experiances having been sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan. Having been 'rescued' he later served with the parachute regiment. Next we wiil have to share his army life, being victimised and bullied for being an asian! Truly, this is a book of a little loner boarding school boy, mentally unstable regardless whether he was a muslim. His life experiances as an orphan are nothing out of character. The Asians, and in particular the muslim community will certainly not be queueing up in the book shops, but 'Insane' you better hurry as limited copies are being published, and more of a case this loner is inciting trouble. Run along fool!!! sen c ble

7:00pm Sat 14 Jul 12

SA Too says...

sen c ble wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism!
Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.
Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased!
You sound like you are trying to incite trouble. I should imagine most muslims, who are moderate, would find your comment distasteful, and would probably agree with the author and also agree that you are just being a bafoon.
Not at all surprised for the normal retarded to comment. Easily mislead from media related nonsence, failing to research facts that appear for one's gain, such as this authors, converting to a more moderate Muslim when most preach and practice in this way and have done so for many years. What is there for the majority of muslims to agree and be pleased about?
Consider why he decided to write a book and share his dull experiances having been sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan. Having been 'rescued' he later served with the parachute regiment. Next we wiil have to share his army life, being victimised and bullied for being an asian!
Truly, this is a book of a little loner boarding school boy, mentally unstable regardless whether he was a muslim. His life experiances as an orphan are nothing out of character.
The Asians, and in particular the muslim community will certainly not be queueing up in the book shops, but 'Insane' you better hurry as limited copies are being published, and more of a case this loner is inciting trouble.
Run along fool!!!
You have not read the book have you. "sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan" more like, became an orphan, and then sent to a madrassa by a cruel uncle. "decided to write a book and share his dull experiances" It might be dull to you as you would have heard of this kind of things happening in you community, but to us it is news.
[quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism![/p][/quote]Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.[/p][/quote]Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased![/p][/quote]You sound like you are trying to incite trouble. I should imagine most muslims, who are moderate, would find your comment distasteful, and would probably agree with the author and also agree that you are just being a bafoon.[/p][/quote]Not at all surprised for the normal retarded to comment. Easily mislead from media related nonsence, failing to research facts that appear for one's gain, such as this authors, converting to a more moderate Muslim when most preach and practice in this way and have done so for many years. What is there for the majority of muslims to agree and be pleased about? Consider why he decided to write a book and share his dull experiances having been sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan. Having been 'rescued' he later served with the parachute regiment. Next we wiil have to share his army life, being victimised and bullied for being an asian! Truly, this is a book of a little loner boarding school boy, mentally unstable regardless whether he was a muslim. His life experiances as an orphan are nothing out of character. The Asians, and in particular the muslim community will certainly not be queueing up in the book shops, but 'Insane' you better hurry as limited copies are being published, and more of a case this loner is inciting trouble. Run along fool!!![/p][/quote]You have not read the book have you. "sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan" more like, became an orphan, and then sent to a madrassa by a cruel uncle. "decided to write a book and share his dull experiances" It might be dull to you as you would have heard of this kind of things happening in you community, but to us it is news. SA Too

7:45pm Sat 14 Jul 12

sen c ble says...

SA Too wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism!
Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.
Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased!
You sound like you are trying to incite trouble. I should imagine most muslims, who are moderate, would find your comment distasteful, and would probably agree with the author and also agree that you are just being a bafoon.
Not at all surprised for the normal retarded to comment. Easily mislead from media related nonsence, failing to research facts that appear for one's gain, such as this authors, converting to a more moderate Muslim when most preach and practice in this way and have done so for many years. What is there for the majority of muslims to agree and be pleased about?
Consider why he decided to write a book and share his dull experiances having been sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan. Having been 'rescued' he later served with the parachute regiment. Next we wiil have to share his army life, being victimised and bullied for being an asian!
Truly, this is a book of a little loner boarding school boy, mentally unstable regardless whether he was a muslim. His life experiances as an orphan are nothing out of character.
The Asians, and in particular the muslim community will certainly not be queueing up in the book shops, but 'Insane' you better hurry as limited copies are being published, and more of a case this loner is inciting trouble.
Run along fool!!!
You have not read the book have you. "sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan" more like, became an orphan, and then sent to a madrassa by a cruel uncle. "decided to write a book and share his dull experiances" It might be dull to you as you would have heard of this kind of things happening in you community, but to us it is news.
SA, with all due respect a person embracing a moderate approach to Islam suiting the majority of the musleem commnunity would certainly NOT refuse to blank himself!

I confirm I am a very active member of the 'asian' community and fariness is my moto, and that's all for you to know.
[quote][p][bold]SA Too[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism![/p][/quote]Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.[/p][/quote]Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased![/p][/quote]You sound like you are trying to incite trouble. I should imagine most muslims, who are moderate, would find your comment distasteful, and would probably agree with the author and also agree that you are just being a bafoon.[/p][/quote]Not at all surprised for the normal retarded to comment. Easily mislead from media related nonsence, failing to research facts that appear for one's gain, such as this authors, converting to a more moderate Muslim when most preach and practice in this way and have done so for many years. What is there for the majority of muslims to agree and be pleased about? Consider why he decided to write a book and share his dull experiances having been sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan. Having been 'rescued' he later served with the parachute regiment. Next we wiil have to share his army life, being victimised and bullied for being an asian! Truly, this is a book of a little loner boarding school boy, mentally unstable regardless whether he was a muslim. His life experiances as an orphan are nothing out of character. The Asians, and in particular the muslim community will certainly not be queueing up in the book shops, but 'Insane' you better hurry as limited copies are being published, and more of a case this loner is inciting trouble. Run along fool!!![/p][/quote]You have not read the book have you. "sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan" more like, became an orphan, and then sent to a madrassa by a cruel uncle. "decided to write a book and share his dull experiances" It might be dull to you as you would have heard of this kind of things happening in you community, but to us it is news.[/p][/quote]SA, with all due respect a person embracing a moderate approach to Islam suiting the majority of the musleem commnunity would certainly NOT refuse to blank himself! I confirm I am a very active member of the 'asian' community and fariness is my moto, and that's all for you to know. sen c ble

12:03am Sun 15 Jul 12

SA Too says...

What are you going on about? "blank himself" Jesus, have you not heard about the cases where extremists were convicted for trying to kidnapped and behead British Muslims who had joined the British army. The author was doing what he thought was best, and to hide his identity for his own safety from groups who would make life difficult – I hope you are not one of these people.
What are you going on about? "blank himself" Jesus, have you not heard about the cases where extremists were convicted for trying to kidnapped and behead British Muslims who had joined the British army. The author was doing what he thought was best, and to hide his identity for his own safety from groups who would make life difficult – I hope you are not one of these people. SA Too

8:34pm Sun 15 Jul 12

sen c ble says...

SA Too wrote:
What are you going on about? "blank himself" Jesus, have you not heard about the cases where extremists were convicted for trying to kidnapped and behead British Muslims who had joined the British army. The author was doing what he thought was best, and to hide his identity for his own safety from groups who would make life difficult – I hope you are not one of these people.
By all means if the author wishes not to reveal his identity then he his entitled to his opinion. A moderate approach accepted by British musleems, where he is writing of his childhood experiances and later converting to the very same moderate approach, baffles me. The fact that extremists try to 'scare' soldiers, just as the nutters who recorded their Jihadist video playing and imitating army warfare in the park of Blackburn corporation, are nothing but a diversion, even though they must be convicted.
Despite the authors attempts to vividly describe life in fundamental Pakistan this book has all the hallmarks of a fiction, and not to be found on my bookshelf as I do not wish to financially line his pockets.
[quote][p][bold]SA Too[/bold] wrote: What are you going on about? "blank himself" Jesus, have you not heard about the cases where extremists were convicted for trying to kidnapped and behead British Muslims who had joined the British army. The author was doing what he thought was best, and to hide his identity for his own safety from groups who would make life difficult – I hope you are not one of these people.[/p][/quote]By all means if the author wishes not to reveal his identity then he his entitled to his opinion. A moderate approach accepted by British musleems, where he is writing of his childhood experiances and later converting to the very same moderate approach, baffles me. The fact that extremists try to 'scare' soldiers, just as the nutters who recorded their Jihadist video playing and imitating army warfare in the park of Blackburn corporation, are nothing but a diversion, even though they must be convicted. Despite the authors attempts to vividly describe life in fundamental Pakistan this book has all the hallmarks of a fiction, and not to be found on my bookshelf as I do not wish to financially line his pockets. sen c ble

9:11pm Sun 15 Jul 12

sen c ble says...

RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
SA Too wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism!
Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.
Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased!
You sound like you are trying to incite trouble. I should imagine most muslims, who are moderate, would find your comment distasteful, and would probably agree with the author and also agree that you are just being a bafoon.
Not at all surprised for the normal retarded to comment. Easily mislead from media related nonsence, failing to research facts that appear for one's gain, such as this authors, converting to a more moderate Muslim when most preach and practice in this way and have done so for many years. What is there for the majority of muslims to agree and be pleased about?
Consider why he decided to write a book and share his dull experiances having been sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan. Having been 'rescued' he later served with the parachute regiment. Next we wiil have to share his army life, being victimised and bullied for being an asian!
Truly, this is a book of a little loner boarding school boy, mentally unstable regardless whether he was a muslim. His life experiances as an orphan are nothing out of character.
The Asians, and in particular the muslim community will certainly not be queueing up in the book shops, but 'Insane' you better hurry as limited copies are being published, and more of a case this loner is inciting trouble.
Run along fool!!!
You have not read the book have you. "sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan" more like, became an orphan, and then sent to a madrassa by a cruel uncle. "decided to write a book and share his dull experiances" It might be dull to you as you would have heard of this kind of things happening in you community, but to us it is news.
SA, with all due respect a person embracing a moderate approach to Islam suiting the majority of the musleem commnunity would certainly NOT refuse to blank himself!

I confirm I am a very active member of the 'asian' community and fariness is my moto, and that's all for you to know.
As I suspected, you are an arsehole who contradicts himself, the kind of person who loses an argument in his own skull. Moderate muslims take note of this trouble maker. Found the need to reply twice to his own inane ramblings first says theres going to be FUN amongst the asian community and then says he's not trying to stir it up and promotes fairness.
Your comments are anything but fair and are steeped in predjudice and discrimination, trying to turn muslim on muslim in your own community= arsehole.
Sorry to dissapoint you if you thought I meant paper hats and balloons when referring to the term FUN. You a champion ultra twonk, will be notified the next time the FUN is in town and expect a VIP invitation. So please attend. You, a rodent who claims to have room for venom stuffed somewhere up his 'fueet fuoot', I'm not at all surprised you've fallen in a trap, not capable of a decent debate and as usual resorting to vulgarity and foul mouth. The Italian tilers in Darwen will be jumping up and down with joy, teaming up with all the citizens of East Lancashire with tattoos, pressing me on to tile a tattoo on your forehead, a four letter word. begining with D and ending with K, and the middle two letters I C.
So 'insane' I'm incontagious to venom and it certainly seems your venom has had a detrimental effect on yourself!!!
[quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SA Too[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism![/p][/quote]Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.[/p][/quote]Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased![/p][/quote]You sound like you are trying to incite trouble. I should imagine most muslims, who are moderate, would find your comment distasteful, and would probably agree with the author and also agree that you are just being a bafoon.[/p][/quote]Not at all surprised for the normal retarded to comment. Easily mislead from media related nonsence, failing to research facts that appear for one's gain, such as this authors, converting to a more moderate Muslim when most preach and practice in this way and have done so for many years. What is there for the majority of muslims to agree and be pleased about? Consider why he decided to write a book and share his dull experiances having been sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan. Having been 'rescued' he later served with the parachute regiment. Next we wiil have to share his army life, being victimised and bullied for being an asian! Truly, this is a book of a little loner boarding school boy, mentally unstable regardless whether he was a muslim. His life experiances as an orphan are nothing out of character. The Asians, and in particular the muslim community will certainly not be queueing up in the book shops, but 'Insane' you better hurry as limited copies are being published, and more of a case this loner is inciting trouble. Run along fool!!![/p][/quote]You have not read the book have you. "sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan" more like, became an orphan, and then sent to a madrassa by a cruel uncle. "decided to write a book and share his dull experiances" It might be dull to you as you would have heard of this kind of things happening in you community, but to us it is news.[/p][/quote]SA, with all due respect a person embracing a moderate approach to Islam suiting the majority of the musleem commnunity would certainly NOT refuse to blank himself! I confirm I am a very active member of the 'asian' community and fariness is my moto, and that's all for you to know.[/p][/quote]As I suspected, you are an arsehole who contradicts himself, the kind of person who loses an argument in his own skull. Moderate muslims take note of this trouble maker. Found the need to reply twice to his own inane ramblings first says theres going to be FUN amongst the asian community and then says he's not trying to stir it up and promotes fairness. Your comments are anything but fair and are steeped in predjudice and discrimination, trying to turn muslim on muslim in your own community= arsehole.[/p][/quote]Sorry to dissapoint you if you thought I meant paper hats and balloons when referring to the term FUN. You a champion ultra twonk, will be notified the next time the FUN is in town and expect a VIP invitation. So please attend. You, a rodent who claims to have room for venom stuffed somewhere up his 'fueet fuoot', I'm not at all surprised you've fallen in a trap, not capable of a decent debate and as usual resorting to vulgarity and foul mouth. The Italian tilers in Darwen will be jumping up and down with joy, teaming up with all the citizens of East Lancashire with tattoos, pressing me on to tile a tattoo on your forehead, a four letter word. begining with D and ending with K, and the middle two letters I C. So 'insane' I'm incontagious to venom and it certainly seems your venom has had a detrimental effect on yourself!!! sen c ble

10:43am Mon 16 Jul 12

RUinsane says...

sen c ble wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
SA Too wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
RUinsane wrote:
sen c ble wrote:
A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism!
Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.
Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased!
You sound like you are trying to incite trouble. I should imagine most muslims, who are moderate, would find your comment distasteful, and would probably agree with the author and also agree that you are just being a bafoon.
Not at all surprised for the normal retarded to comment. Easily mislead from media related nonsence, failing to research facts that appear for one's gain, such as this authors, converting to a more moderate Muslim when most preach and practice in this way and have done so for many years. What is there for the majority of muslims to agree and be pleased about?
Consider why he decided to write a book and share his dull experiances having been sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan. Having been 'rescued' he later served with the parachute regiment. Next we wiil have to share his army life, being victimised and bullied for being an asian!
Truly, this is a book of a little loner boarding school boy, mentally unstable regardless whether he was a muslim. His life experiances as an orphan are nothing out of character.
The Asians, and in particular the muslim community will certainly not be queueing up in the book shops, but 'Insane' you better hurry as limited copies are being published, and more of a case this loner is inciting trouble.
Run along fool!!!
You have not read the book have you. "sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan" more like, became an orphan, and then sent to a madrassa by a cruel uncle. "decided to write a book and share his dull experiances" It might be dull to you as you would have heard of this kind of things happening in you community, but to us it is news.
SA, with all due respect a person embracing a moderate approach to Islam suiting the majority of the musleem commnunity would certainly NOT refuse to blank himself!

I confirm I am a very active member of the 'asian' community and fariness is my moto, and that's all for you to know.
As I suspected, you are an arsehole who contradicts himself, the kind of person who loses an argument in his own skull. Moderate muslims take note of this trouble maker. Found the need to reply twice to his own inane ramblings first says theres going to be FUN amongst the asian community and then says he's not trying to stir it up and promotes fairness.
Your comments are anything but fair and are steeped in predjudice and discrimination, trying to turn muslim on muslim in your own community= arsehole.
Sorry to dissapoint you if you thought I meant paper hats and balloons when referring to the term FUN. You a champion ultra twonk, will be notified the next time the FUN is in town and expect a VIP invitation. So please attend. You, a rodent who claims to have room for venom stuffed somewhere up his 'fueet fuoot', I'm not at all surprised you've fallen in a trap, not capable of a decent debate and as usual resorting to vulgarity and foul mouth. The Italian tilers in Darwen will be jumping up and down with joy, teaming up with all the citizens of East Lancashire with tattoos, pressing me on to tile a tattoo on your forehead, a four letter word. begining with D and ending with K, and the middle two letters I C.
So 'insane' I'm incontagious to venom and it certainly seems your venom has had a detrimental effect on yourself!!!
Sorry, as I've told you before, I pasted what you typed in google translate, but as yet MONG is an unsupported language. I tried my best and from what I have figured out, you appear to be following my every word like a love sick puppy. Next time I will leave you a biscuit as well as a bone. Now get back to your inane ramblings, I will leave you a trail, that you may follow.
Thats right, I lead, you follow.
[quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SA Too[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RUinsane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c ble[/bold] wrote: A moderate thinker against Islamic extremism![/p][/quote]Thats not what I was asking about. I was asking you why do you think we are going to have some fun? What do you mean by FUN? Please elaborate.[/p][/quote]Read the book, RU. The contents speaks for itself, and no doubt most Muslims aint going to be pleased![/p][/quote]You sound like you are trying to incite trouble. I should imagine most muslims, who are moderate, would find your comment distasteful, and would probably agree with the author and also agree that you are just being a bafoon.[/p][/quote]Not at all surprised for the normal retarded to comment. Easily mislead from media related nonsence, failing to research facts that appear for one's gain, such as this authors, converting to a more moderate Muslim when most preach and practice in this way and have done so for many years. What is there for the majority of muslims to agree and be pleased about? Consider why he decided to write a book and share his dull experiances having been sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan. Having been 'rescued' he later served with the parachute regiment. Next we wiil have to share his army life, being victimised and bullied for being an asian! Truly, this is a book of a little loner boarding school boy, mentally unstable regardless whether he was a muslim. His life experiances as an orphan are nothing out of character. The Asians, and in particular the muslim community will certainly not be queueing up in the book shops, but 'Insane' you better hurry as limited copies are being published, and more of a case this loner is inciting trouble. Run along fool!!![/p][/quote]You have not read the book have you. "sent away to a boarding school and later becoming an orphan" more like, became an orphan, and then sent to a madrassa by a cruel uncle. "decided to write a book and share his dull experiances" It might be dull to you as you would have heard of this kind of things happening in you community, but to us it is news.[/p][/quote]SA, with all due respect a person embracing a moderate approach to Islam suiting the majority of the musleem commnunity would certainly NOT refuse to blank himself! I confirm I am a very active member of the 'asian' community and fariness is my moto, and that's all for you to know.[/p][/quote]As I suspected, you are an arsehole who contradicts himself, the kind of person who loses an argument in his own skull. Moderate muslims take note of this trouble maker. Found the need to reply twice to his own inane ramblings first says theres going to be FUN amongst the asian community and then says he's not trying to stir it up and promotes fairness. Your comments are anything but fair and are steeped in predjudice and discrimination, trying to turn muslim on muslim in your own community= arsehole.[/p][/quote]Sorry to dissapoint you if you thought I meant paper hats and balloons when referring to the term FUN. You a champion ultra twonk, will be notified the next time the FUN is in town and expect a VIP invitation. So please attend. You, a rodent who claims to have room for venom stuffed somewhere up his 'fueet fuoot', I'm not at all surprised you've fallen in a trap, not capable of a decent debate and as usual resorting to vulgarity and foul mouth. The Italian tilers in Darwen will be jumping up and down with joy, teaming up with all the citizens of East Lancashire with tattoos, pressing me on to tile a tattoo on your forehead, a four letter word. begining with D and ending with K, and the middle two letters I C. So 'insane' I'm incontagious to venom and it certainly seems your venom has had a detrimental effect on yourself!!![/p][/quote]Sorry, as I've told you before, I pasted what you typed in google translate, but as yet MONG is an unsupported language. I tried my best and from what I have figured out, you appear to be following my every word like a love sick puppy. Next time I will leave you a biscuit as well as a bone. Now get back to your inane ramblings, I will leave you a trail, that you may follow. Thats right, I lead, you follow. RUinsane

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