British based Islamic charity ‘Interpal’ will be holding a hatefest at Edmonton Islamic Centre, North London this Sunday (6th Oct). Listed as fundraisers for terrorist group Hamas by the USA, Canada, Australia and Israel. The British government have still not learnt their lessons from the past by allowing Muslim extremists to spew their hate on British soil. On the platform will be 3 notorious UK hate preachers alongside Jew hating homophobic Islamist Abdullah Hakim Quick from the USA and the Islamofascist Interpal trustee Ibrahim Hewitt
Interpal describes itself as a “non-political, non-profit making British charity that focuses solely on the provision of relief and development aid to the poor and needy of Palestine”. However, a number of Governments have accused Interpal of being part of a terrorist fundraising network that helps to sustain the violent terror group Hamas, which governs the Gaza Strip and is responsible for the deaths of thousands of Israelis and Palestinians. In 2003, the United States government classified Interpal as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist
Don’t hold your breath expecting the Islamofascists being opposed by any kind of demonstration or mobilization by so called anti-fascist/racism groups like the UAF etc. They don’t do ‘no platform’ protests against proper extremist groups that fund terrorists especially those who are Muslim and share the same pro-Palestine anti-Israel views
Abdul Hakim Quick – a preacher from the Islamic Education and Research Academy, who has called upon God to “clean and purify Al-Aqsa from the ﬁlth of the Yahood [Jews]” and to “clean all of the lands from the ﬁlth of the Kaﬁr [non-believers].” He has also stated: “They said ‘what is the Islamic position [on homosexuality]?’ And I told them. Put my name in the paper. The punishment is death. And I’m not going to change this religion.”
Murtazah Khan – a British Islamist preacher who teaches at Al Noor Primary School, a Muslim school in London. Khan openly expressed hatred for Christians and Jews: “Those whom the wrath of Allah is upon, is the Jews, is the Christians. We have become Jews in our clothing, Jews in our eating, Jews in everything that we do … And people are still not waking up to understand the fact that these people are enemies towards us.”
In a lecture entitled, “Death and the Grave,” Khan incited British Muslims to violence, and praised “martyrdom” as exalted in Islam: “The ultimate form [of martyrdom] for a man is to die in the way of Allah. That’s why it is always referred to as qital. Fighting, not jihad, as some people try to understand it, because jihad translates as struggle, but the real meaning is qital, to fight.” Khan supports suicide bombers in Israel, Iraq and Chechnya, andadvocates the murder of homosexuals.
Ibrahim Hewitt – one of Interpal’s trustees. Hewitt has said: “By their behaviour in vandalising and destroying Mosques and Churches, the Jews have demonstrated that they cannot be entrusted with the sanctity and security of this Holy Land”. In a pamphlet written by Hewitt, entitled What Does Islam Say?, he advocates the death penalty for apostates and adulterers, and demands that homosexuals suffer “severe punishments” for their “great sin” [Ibrahim Hewitt, What does Islam Say?, The Muslim Educational Trust, April 2004].
Muslim Belal – a “performance poet,” whose name is actually Ashley Chin. In 2005, he performed at the Global Peace and Unity event, a large conference organized by the Muslim Brotherhood in London. In 2010, The Daily Telegraph reported that at the conference, “items glorifying terrorism were on open sale… Also available were ‘shahada headbands’ as worn by many Palestinian suicide bombers… The headbands contain the personal testimony of the suicide bombers.” Belal composes nasheeds [an Islamic song without instruments] that promote fundamentalist Islam, one of which expresses support for Aafia Siddiqui, a convicted murderer who, when arrested, was found with documents planning chemical attacks against civilian targets. During her trial, Siddiqui tried to fire her lawyers because they were Jews, who she claims are “cruel, ungrateful, back-stabbing.”
Abu Usamah ad-Dhahabi – an Imam at the Green Lane Mosque in Birmingham. Dhahabi (also spelled Thahabi) has expressed support for Osama bin Laden and has said: “If I were to call homosexuals perverted, dirty, filthy dogs who should be murdered, that’s my freedom of speech, isn’t it?” Dhahabi, according to a report by the Centre for Social Cohesion, also “advocates holy war in an Islamic state; preaches hatred against non-Muslims; that apostasy and homosexuality are punishable by death; and that women are inferior to men.”
Interpal trustee Ibrahim Hewitt (pro-Palestinian Islamist) on the left, together with Essam Mustafa of Interpal, visiting Hamas PM Haniyeh in Gaza will be one of the guest speakers at the London event