I have only just come across this BBC piece from 31 August "Fears Over Islamists Within Libyan Rebel Ranks".
Written by Dr Omar Ashour of the University of Exeter, it contains two significant omissions. Whilst covering the re-emergence of Abdul Hakim Belhaj, who was known as Abu Abdullah al-Sadiq when he headed the jihadist Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, the author neglects to tell us that this gentleman, who's presence was apparently worrying Western governments - once lived happily in exile in the UK.
Secondly whilst we are told the LIFG attempted to kill Gaddafi in 1995 and 1996, and that Belhaj also served time in Gaddafi's jails, no mention is made of allegations that the 1996 plot was a joint enterprise between the LIFG and our very own Secret Intelligence Service, MI6.
Clearly if we all agree to not mention Londonistan, and forget that historically Britain has so often worked with Islamist actors against Nationalist, Socialist or Communist currents that 'threatened' our interests, everything will be alright.
Fingers crossed everyone!