A literature demanding the expulsion of any Muslim who votes in elections or "provides assistance" to the 'kuffar', or nonbeliever, have also been posted on the account. Muslim Parliament of Great Britain warned the young Muslims to stay away from extremist websites. "It is a dangerous area," the Scotsman quoted Dr Ghayasudin Siddiqui, the Parliament's leader, as saying.
One website article, entitled Jihad
A Ten Part Compilation, describes violent Jihad as an "individual duty" of all Muslims. It includes a religious ruling for young Muslims on the legitimacy of taking up "martyrdom" without informing their parents and concludes as saying: "No permission (from parents) is required in obligatory jihad."