I watched the programme. I thought that the Muslim guy screaming at the reporter made for good entertainment whilst Bakri's message was rather more worrying. As for Abdur-Raheem Green, his views represent those of mainstream Islam so if he is going to be labelled an extremist, then we all are.
By the way, most of us now are considered to be extremists by the government, in accordance with their new criteria. A Muslim is now an extremist if:
• They advocate a caliphate, a pan-Islamic state encompassing many countries.
• They promote sharia law.
• They believe in jihad, or armed resistance, anywhere in the world. This would include armed resistance by Palestinians against the Israeli military.
• They argue that Islam
bans homosexuality and that it is a sin against Allah.
• They fail to condemn the killing of British soldiers in Iraq or Afghanistan.
I can tick at least the first four points. Of course, Jihad is not synonymous with armed resistance (Thinker, I think you are also aware of this) but I'm honestly fed up with trying to explain it's true meaning. It grows tiresome.
To be honest, I think it was never a good idea for Muslims to come to this country. The fundamental values of Islam and those of the west are just too different.