April 27, 2011 Special Dispatch No. 3789

UPDATED Islamist Website Threatens Britain's Royal Wedding, Promising 'Nightmare' If Demands Are Not Met

April 27, 2011
Special Dispatch No. 3789

The website, which belongs to the group calling itself "Muslims Against the Crusades" (MAC), has posted on its main page an open letter to Prince William on the subject of his upcoming wedding, set for April 29, 2011. The letter criticizes Prince William for his "direct involvement with the murderous British military," and threatens that his wedding day will be turned into a "nightmare" unless he "withdraw[s] from the crusader British military and give[s] up all affiliation to the tyrannical British Empire."

The MAC group took part in a protest against British troops on March 28, 2011, in Barking, Essex. However, the group has been known in the past in harassing British soldiers and holding anti-Western rallies.

The group's website shows images of the British royal family, with the word "Crusaders" appearing in the middle. It also features a clock counting down to wedding day, and images of the Union Jack and St. George's Cross and of the crown engulfed in flames. ...

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