Following Rigby's death, husband and wife Royal Barnes and Rebekah Dawson, both converts to Islam, made videos praising the attacks and encouraging fellow Muslims to commit further acts of violence.
Now that Dawson and Barnes have been sentenced, they will be treated as heroes by the Muslim populations in their prisons, and, like Adebolajo and Adebowale, they will continue to recruit more Muslims for acts of terrorism.
How is the British government handling this violent epidemic? The only response British politicians have been able to come up with is to say, over and over again, that real Islam promotes peace and tolerance. The problem, of course, is that Muslim converts like Adebolajo, Adebowale, Barnes, and Dawson aren't learning about Islam from cowardly British politicians; they're learning Islam from the Qur'an and the Hadith. And the Muslim sources are perfectly clear on how Muslims should deal with British soldiers.
Hence, what British leaders are doing is actually worse than doing nothing. They aren't simply twiddling their thumbs as their citizens convert to Islam and turn to violence; instead, leaders are actively protecting and promoting the ideology that calls for the violence.
Daily Mail—A Muslim couple were jailed today for glorifying the murder of Lee Rigby in videos posted on YouTube.
Rebekah Dawson, 22, and her husband Royal Barnes, 23, recorded and uploaded three videos shortly after the murder in Woolwich, south east London, last May.
Muslim Convert Rebekah Dawson
Barnes was jailed for five years and four months at the Old Bailey after pleading guilty last month to three counts of disseminating a terrorist publication and one of inciting murder.
His wife, who insisted on wearing her veil in court, admitted charges of disseminating a terrorist publication and was sentenced to 20 months in prison.
Judge Brian Barker QC told them the videos they made were 'offensive in the extreme'.
He said the couple showed 'a total and continuing disregard' for how their actions might affect the family of trooper Rigby, those people who witnessed the murder and the British public.
Barnes and Dawson of Hackney, north east London, embraced in the dock and insisted they would not be separated by a security guard at the start of the hearing.
Before sentencing, the judge asked Dawson’s lawyer to confirm the defendant was the woman in the dock in the full veil.
The court heard the first of the three videos was made on the day Fusilier Rigby was murdered, with Barnes hailing it as a 'brilliant' day.
It was edited with graphic images of a man holding a decapitated head, a scene of the Woolwich murder and the Twin Towers, and sent on YouTube the following day.
The second video contained the same edited images and saw Dawson ranting about how British troops would be killed on the streets of London.
Then in a follow-up, Barnes mocked the outpouring of public grief, laughing uncontrollably as he drove past floral tributes with Dawson.
Muslim Convert Royal Barnes
Barnes, who knew one of the murderers, Michael Adebowale, also posted on Facebook the offer of a reward for avenging the rape of an Iraqi woman. None of his 500 friends replied.
The post on June 12 2013 stated: 'Any1 who kills an invading soldier in Muslim land I will give them a Vauxhall Astra 3door and money (French British American any kaffir soldier take ur pick).'
Judge Barker told the couple: ‘Within hours of the murder of Lee Rigby you two together had produced the first versions of videos that glorified that murder and glorified terrorist acts.
‘You both knew perfectly well what you were doing, you knew it was illegal and also you realised they would cause enormous offence and distress. Each of you played an equal part in producing these videos.
‘These videos were offensive in the extreme, at a particularly sensitive time for the family of Lee Rigby. No-one is entitled to advocate a perverted use of ideology to glorify murder on the streets of London.’ (Continue Reading.)
Where could these Muslims have gotten the idea that Islam promotes violence? Watch this video: