I am all for spotting interesting coincidences. At the time of writing the extremist ISLAM4UK website is down, yet Google cached it on 1st December. This follows the egging of Sayeeda Warsi on 30th November.
ISLAM4UK were definitely involved because one of their members was interviewed on the Today programme, saying politicians 'dictate to Muslims'. Yes, dear, politicians dictate to everybody. I'm old enough to remember when IRA members were banned from appearing on the Beeb to avoid the 'oxygen of publicity' but it looks like liberty as a whole benefits when these extremists get publicity because, as the interviewer says, they proceed to shoot themselves firmly in the foot with it.
In another development, a mosque has lost its libel case against think tank Policy Exchange. British libel laws are notoriously unfair and urgently need to be reformed to preserve free speech and fair comment. Some groups have learned how to frighten people into silence just by using a threat of libel.
I have tried to write this post carefully because something I wrote elsewhere was apparently "potentially libellous". I did not know that the person I was responding to was a member of a certain religion and nothing I said mentioned that religion yet I was still told that it was libellous and I realised then how British libel laws are being used to frighten people into silence.