Muslim extremist Zameer Ghumra has been jailed for six years for his attempted brain washing of schoolboys at his madrassa (Muslim school). The Islamofascist from Leicster abused his position of trust at the religious school.Using the opportunity to try and radicalise a future generation of jihadis. During lessons the Muslim schoolboys were shown ISIS beheading videos. Zameer Ghumra also promoted the Islamic jihad in Syria portraying ISIS terrorists as some kind of oppressed victims just defending their homes. He also encouraged the children not to have non Muslim friends and integrate with British society.
British pharmacist jailed for showing beheading video to kids
Zameer Ghumra was found guilty of disseminating terrorist propaganda and trying to brainwash young boys
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Published: 09:33 October 7, 2017
London: A British man was on Friday sentenced to six years’ imprisonment by a UK court for showing a Daesh beheading video to schoolchildren.
Zameer Ghumra was found guilty of disseminating terrorist propaganda and trying to brainwash young boys into supporting Daesh at Nottingham Crown Court on Friday.
The 38-year-old pharmacist, believed to be of Arabic origin, also told the children they should kill anyone who insulted Islam and instructed them to make only Muslim friends.
“These were shocking crimes which damaged the children and caused offence to the vast majority of law-abiding Muslims,” Judge Gregory Dickson said.
The judge also noted the lack of remorse shown by Ghumra during his trial when determining his sentence.
The jury was told that the children, who came in contact with the accused at a madrassa he had set up, were encouraged to go to Syria to fight with the Daesh where they would have to behead people. Ghumra also followed various Daesh-linked social media accounts and made the two children follow similar accounts. Prosecutor Simon Davis said Ghumra had told a customer that Daesh were “not bad people – they’re only defending themselves”.
Ghumra, from the city of Leicester, was working as a pharmacist in Oundle, Northamptonshire, when he was arrested at Birmingham Airport in September 2015.
He had denied the charges and claimed that the children had been induced to make “false allegations” against him.
Sue Hemming of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said: “Zameer Ghumra tried to brainwash impressionable children with this violent ideology by making one watch beheading videos and urging them both to adopt a hard line religious outlook.”
“The CPS case was that he intended to radicalise them in the hope that they would go on to be involved in terrorism.
“The children were brave to give evidence and we would like to thank them for helping to secure this conviction of a dangerous man,” Hemming said.
Ghumra was found guilty of the charge of disseminating “terrorist propaganda” in the form of a graphic Twitter video on his mobile phone between January 2013 and September 2014.
Detective Chief Superintendent Martin Snowden, head of Counter Terrorism Policing North East, said: “That act alone is unforgivable. His teaching role increases his risk, potentially giving him direct access to young or vulnerable people who may look up to him as an authority figure.”
Following on from this weekends breaking story about a Christian girl placed with Muslim extremist foster parents in Tower Hamlets. Who forced the child to remove a cross necklace she wore and encouraged the child to live an Islamic lifestyle. The Telegraph today reports that notourious Muslim hate cleric Shakeel Begg ran a workshop for potential Muslim foster carers.
Shakeel Begg is the imam at Lewisham Islamic Centre, where the Muslim radicals who murdered Drummer Lee Rigby attended on a regular basis.
Shakeel Begg recently failed in the High Court when he took exception to being called an extremist in the press. The judge like anybody else with common sense disagreed with the hate preacher, ruling he did have extremist views and threw his case out. Begg is a regular guest speaker at communist front group Unite Against Fascism events which speaks volumes about his character.You dont have to be a genius to imagine what kind of advice he was giving to the Muslim foster parents
Revealed: Extremist Islamic preacher hosted foster care workshop
Robert Mendick Olivia Rudgard
29 AUGUST 2017 • 10:00 PM
An extremist Islamic preacher helped in the recruitment of foster parents, The Telegraph can disclose, amid a growing row over a Christian child placed in the care of devout Muslims.
The imam hosted a workshop for would-be foster carers just months after the High Court ruled him an “extremist Islamic speaker ” who had “promoted and encouraged religious violence”. His mosque, the Lewisham Islamic Centre, was attended by the killers of Fusilier Lee Rigby. The imam and the centre had condemned the murder.
The event was organised on behalf of the London borough of Lewisham as part of a drive to find more Muslims willing to foster children.
The disclosure comes amid a growing furore over the decision by crisis-ridden Tower Hamlets, another London council, to place a five-year-old girl in the care of two Muslim households.
A council source said the borough had a shortage of non-Muslim carers with whom to place Christian children.
Shakeel Begg at a protest event in 2009
In contrast, most councils have a shortage of Muslim families to provide foster care for children of Islamic heritage.
Lewisham Islamic Centre was chosen as the venue for a workshop “on the importance and need of foster carers in the Muslim community” in March this year. A photograph from the event posted on the mosque’s website shows the gathering being addressed by Shakeel Begg, the imam.
Mr Begg had just a few months earlier lost a High Court libel case against the BBC which accused him of promoting extremism.
Mr Justice Haddon-Cave, ruling in the BBC’s favour, described Mr Begg as a “Jekyll and Hyde character” and “an extremist Islamic speaker who espouses extremist Islamic positions”.
Tom Wilson, a research fellow at the Henry Jackson Society who has written a research paper on Begg, condemned the hosting : “It is inconceivable that those who espouse extremism should be overseeing childcare of any kind, including fostering. Shakeel Begg was found to be an extremist in the High Court as recently as October, and despite this Lewisham Islamic Centre has kept him in place as Imam and a trustee.
“Institutions linked to extremism are in no position to be involved in the foster process”.
Lewisham Council declined to comment on Mr Begg’s suitability to host the meeting. A council spokesman said: “Like all councils we need foster carers from all parts of the community and we will continue to visit a range of groups to encourage more people to foster in Lewisham.”
NRS Foster Care Recruitment, which organised the workshop on behalf of Lewisham council, said it had no idea that Mr Begg had been branded an extremist and said he was not involved in the event. “We have no control over who may or may not be at an information sessions,” said a spokesman, adding: “We promote our services to different faith groups.”
Mr Begg was unavailable for comment. But he has in the past vigorously contested the High Court decision. “As regards the Judgment and the ‘extremist’ label, this is fully rejected,” according to a post on the Lewisham Islamic Centre website.
The Department for Education said it was undertaking a national fostering ‘stocktake’ that would examine the recruitment of foster carers.
The case in Tower Hamlets highlights the difficulty of matching children to the right carers. A council source suggested the borough lacked sufficient Christian families where children could be placed.
Anne Longfield, Children’s Commissioner for England, said: “I am concerned at these reports. A child’s religious, racial and cultural background should be taken into consideration when they are placed with foster carers.”
Michael Nazir-Ali, former bishop of Rochester, said: “It is quite clear that birth parents retain the right to a child’s religious beliefs and, in any case, guidance to foster parents requires that they give attention to a child’s cultural and religious identity.
“At the very least there’s been a violation of that requirement.”
Confidential local authority reports suggest one of the girl’s foster carers removed her necklace, which had a Christian cross, and also suggested she should learn Arabic. The girl was said at times to be “very distressed”. Her present carer allegedly wears a burka when with the child in public.
Tower Hamlets Council said in a statement on Tuesday that it disputed some of the claims in the case. A spokesman said: “While we cannot go into details of a case that would identify a child in foster care, there are inaccuracies in the reporting of it.
“For example, the child is in fact fostered by an English speaking family of mixed race in this temporary placement. We would like to give more details but we are legally restricted to do so.”
The spokesman added: “Tower Hamlets Council has the welfare of children at the heart of what we do. The decision to choose foster carers for a child is based on a number of factors including cultural background and proximity to promote contact with the child’s family and the child’s school in order to give them as much stability as possible.”
Muhammad Naqib ur Rehman and Hassan Haseeb ur Rehman were guest speakers at a counter terrorism conference at The Werneth Suite Conference Centre, in Oldham last month. The conference was organised by the Ramadhan Foundation, claiming the event was to “bring communities together and address terrorism”
Chief executive of the Ramadhan Foundation is none other than the go-to Muslim media personality Mohammed Shafiq. The so-called ‘moderate Muslim’ is a regular face on our TV screens, giving his twopence worth on anything remotely Islam related.He is always prepared to be the spokesman for all Muslims, even if he doesn’t actually have a clue what he is commenting on as long as he gets his fame hungry face on camera.
Mo Shafiq likes to portray him self as a liberal, but often lets his mask slip to reveal the closet extremist engaging in stealth jihad behind it. Shafiq said of the event in Oldham
: “The Ramadhan Foundation in partnership with the Shaykhs of Eidgah Sharif are hosting this important conference to send a clear message against terrorism. Those that carry out these evil crimes, finance them or support them are enemies of the whole of humanity.”.
Very strange comments considering the track record of his two star guest speakers.The Pakistani clerics have led a high-profile campaign in their home country in praise of Mumtaz Qadri, who was executed in January, 2016, after murdering Pakistani politician Salman Taseer in 2011 for opposing Pakistan’s strict blasphemy laws which are used to persecute the minority non-Muslims. Islamist killer Qadri had claimed it was his religious duty to kill the Punjab governor for crimes against Islam.The hate preachers called him a “martyr of Islam”
Like inviting two foreign hate preachers to address a conference against terrorism isn’t bad enough. Welcoming the extremists with open arms were members of Oldhams Labour Council, Labour MP Afzal Khan and Greater Manchester Police who proudly took the opportunity to be photographed with the murderer supporting clerics
Afzal Khan MP doing his bit for Labour
Rehman fell foul of Pakistani police after the above speech to 10,000’s at the murders funeral inciting the extremists into a frenzy
The extremist clerics controversially toured the UK last summer and their presence here was heavily criticised with many left scratching their heads and wondering why the Home Office granted them entry into the country when prominent counter jihad experts like Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller were denied entry visas for literally telling the truth about Islam. At the time a Scottish MP even went as far as to ask in Parliament why the Muslim hate clerics had been given an entry visa when their presence here is not for the good of the nation.
Since that visit one of the clerics found himself in a spot of bother with the law in his native Pakistan. Where he was arrested and spent time in jail after he and 5 of his devoted followers come bodyguards harassed a Supreme Court judge in front of his children..
Hafizabad Police have arrested Pir Shaykh Muhammad Hassaan Haseeb custodian of Darbar Eidgah Sharif along with his 5 Mureeds and court remanded them to police for 20 days. They were arrested on 27 may 2017 and next day all 6 of them were remanded for 20 days in Gujrawala Court.This is the First Picture of Pir Hassaan Haseeb Ur Rehman along with his followers behind bars.
Picture Released of Pir Hassan Haseeb of Eidgah Shareef Rawalpindi, Behind Bars
They were arrested for harassing a Supreme Court judge and his family at Lahore-Islamabad Motorway. After which Justice Sardar Tariq Masood, Judge of Supreme Court of Pakistan reported it to police who put them behind bars.
Speaking to the Oldham Chronicle, Shahbaz Taseer, whose father was the Pakistani politician murdered by Mumtaz Qadri, criticised British authorities for allowing Shaykh Naqeeb ur Rehman and Shaykh Hassan Haseeb ur Rehman into the country.
“These people teach murder and hate. For me personally I find it sad that a country like England would allow cowards like these men in.
“It’s countries like the UK and the US that claim they are leading the way in the war against terror [and] setting a standard. Why are they allowing people [in] that give fuel to the fire they are fighting against?”
A major mosque in London have been handing out extremist leaflets to Muslims attending events calling for Muslims to kill us unbelievers who insult the backwards Islamic religion or its evil false prophet Mohammed. The leaflets were given out at handed to worshippers at the Dar-ul-Uloom Qadria Jilania mosque in Walthamstow and credited to its controversial Iman, Syed Abdul Qadir Jilani
The leaflets are not only a Muslim committed hate crime but a clear incitement to commit murder.
Muslim apologists always claim that Islam is ‘the religion of peace’ and any nefarious actions are carried out by people who are not real Muslims. If any of that was remotely true how do they explain this one away…….You cant find a place more Islamic than a mosque and you can hardly say its Imam is a fake Muslim given his standing in the Muslim community.
How much longer are British authorities going to continue pussyfooting around Muslims and their Mosques allowing Islamofascist clerics to spout their racist and religious hatred to the Muslim masses. The longer they are allowed to continue getting away with it the more trivialized and widespread it will come.
Would Tommy Robinson of got away with handing out leaflets inciting murder to Muslims at a Pegida or EDL protest??? Not a chance, he gets a charge sheet for holding a flag saying ‘f*ck ISIS’ whilst abroad so would have been arrested long before handing any leaflets out. So why are Muslims given special treatment by the police and do and say as they wish without prosecution.
Police today launched a hate crime probe after literature saying those who insult Islam “must be killed” was allegedly handed out at a London mosque.
A Standard investigation has uncovered claims that the booklet, which says “any Muslim should kill” those who insult the Prophet Mohammed, was distributed at a gathering in Walthamstow.It points to a classical manual of Islamic law to justify killings without waiting for court judgments and says apostates “deserve to be assassinated”.
The booklet discusses the case of Mumtaz Qadri, a fanatic who murdered a governor in Pakistan in 2011 because of his support for liberal reforms to the country’s strict Islamic laws.It says “all Muslims should support” Qadri and that being a “big shot” does not prevent someone from being an apostate who should face being killed.The booklet which is being probed by police
After the Standard alerted police to the booklet, Scotland Yard today said it was probing the literature “to establish whether a criminal offence has taken place”.One worshipper who was given the booklet told the Standard: “The event was a few months ago. I took one, but other people took them as well. “I think more than 100 people were at this event. It was at Giyarween Shareef [a holy gathering]. “Two or three people delivered the leaflet. Unfortunately, I am shocked. I think it gives a bad impression. Islam teaches when you live here you obey the law and the rule of law, but this is not doing that.”
The leaflet was allegedly handed to some worshippers at the Dar-ul-Uloom Qadria Jilania mosque in Walthamstow .
The Standard has learned that the leaflet carries the name of preacher Syed Abdul Qadir Jilani on its front cover. It came to light after it was allegedly handed to some worshippers at the Dar-ul-Uloom Qadria Jilania mosque in Walthamstow, where Mr Jilani is an imam.
Mr Jilani, who once landed a British-Pakistani TV network in trouble after it showed a live sermon with him allegedly “advocating violence”, denies writing the booklet despite his name being on the cover and his picture appearing on the back.He told the Standard the booklet had been “falsely attributed” to him, that he did not “authorise” the use of his name or picture and did not give permission for any of his sermons to be reproduced.
A poster of Mumtaz Qadri, who killed a governor in Pakistan for backing liberal reforms
He said he did not agree with the booklet’s contents and that he did not know “if, why or how” it was distributed in the mosque.He added that if it had been distributed in the mosque, then this had been without his knowledge and “without authorisation by either me or any member of the committee”.
The mosque is also home to the International Muslim Movement charity, for which Mr Jilani is a trustee.Watchdog the Charity Commission today said it was also “urgently” looking into the material and poised to launch its own investigation.Rupert Sutton, an extremism researcher at the Henry Jackson Society think tank, said: “The police and other relevant agencies should investigate immediately.“Giving religious cover to sectarian violence puts whole communities at risk. Anyone promoting such material must face the full extent of the law.”
Mr Jilani was also at the centre of controversy when broadcasting regulator Ofcom fined Islamic station DM Digital £85,000 in 2013.Mr Jilani reportedly said Muslims were under a duty to kill those who insulted the Prophet Mohammed during an on-screen sermon.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “We will be assessing the contents of these leaflets to establish whether any criminal offence has taken place.”We are committed to tackling hate crime in all its forms and have long since recognised the impact of hate crime on communities.”The Charity Commission said: “We are assessing the information received as a matter of urgency so as to establish the facts and have contacted the charity’s trustees for their response.”
At this time, the commission has not opened a statutory inquiry into the charity. However, if the information provided is accurate it would raise serious regulatory concerns.”According to Land Registry records, Mr Jilani co-owns the mosque with three others. He told the Standard: “I do not agree with the booklet’s contents. I am not aware of if, why or how, the booklet was distributed in Dar-ul-Uloom Qadria Jilania.“If it was distributed… then this was done without any authorisation by either me or any member of the committee of Dar-ul-Uloom
Qadria Jilania.”Regarding the Ofcom fine he said: “Ofcom made a decision against DM Digital TV, not me. Ofcom has failed to understand the speech in the context in which the referenced comment was made.”
He told the Evening Standard that his remarks were in response to a question about Islamic law as applied in Pakistan.
He said: “I vehemently deny advocating the killing of anyone; this is terrorism. I have spoken out several times against terrorism in public.
“A fatwa was recently issued against me, which purported to deem me an infidel for speaking out against terrorism, here in the UK, and I reported it to Chingford police. The killing of innocent people cannot be legitimised.”
“NO PLATFORM. NO PLATFORM.” How many times have we heard so-called anti-fascists like Weyman Bennett demanding no platform for extremists at various events in the past where people have been booked to speak. Quite clearly their no platform calls only count for people they consider extremist because they stand opposed to the warped nature of Islam. Tommy Robinson, Nigel Farage and Marie La Pen to name a few who Bennett’s UAF have objected to having any platform. Previously KC has posted about Bennett even ringing up universities trying to bully them into cancelling their bookings of Tommy Robinson.
Yet real extremists of the Muslim kind, like Moazzam Begg for example, do not count it seems to the deluded communists. They not only can speak freely without any calls for no platform.But are actually booked by the very same communists to appear at their own anti everything British events
Moazzam Begg is a former Gitmo detainee, a British based Muslim captured by Coalition forces in Afghanistan and held as an enemy combatant. It was said by US forces that Begg was a member of Al-Qaeda and before going to Afghanistan was an AQ recruiter / fundraiser here in the UK. Since being released from Gitmo and returning here to the UK, Moazzam Begg was arrested and held on terror charges related to his involvement with terrorist entity’s in Syria.
Moazzam Begg proved his extremist views haven’t changed by his involvement as head of terrorist support group CAGE, formally known as Cage Prisoners. A group set up to aid Muslim terrorists held in prison. Lobbying for their release and hosting fundraisers at mosques around the UK.
CAGE is the same group who controversially hit the headlines when ISIS posterboy Jihadi John’s true identity was unmasked. Beggs terror supporting group CAGE then revealed that they already knew the executioners identity and had been in regular contact with him. Instead of passing the information on to the police like any decent law-abiding person would do, they said nothing until after the press revealed his details. Without shame CAGE seized the media spotlight publicly calling barbaric killer Mohammed Emwazi ‘a lovely lad’ and attempted to blame counter terrorism police for his sickening actions.
Terror supporter Moazzam Begg appeared recently at communist hate fest Marxism 2016 where the topics covered are pretty much all about one of the following subjects: anti – British, pro Islam, pro refugees or lets all discuss and wank over Karl Marx.(they still don’t get it that Marx’s ideas when put into practice are huge failures i.e. communism)
The yearly London event is organised by the Socialist Workers Party. SWP just so happen to be the ones controlling the front groups we often see demonstrating up and down the country. Notably those that claim to be anti racist such as Unite Against Fascism, Stop The War Coalition and Stand Up To Racism. All controlled and sharing the same leadership with the SWP. For example bully Weyman Bennett front man of UAF is also a leader of SWP. The same with the notorious former SWP leading member ‘Comrade Delta’ aka Martin Smith who was a paid full-time UAF member and ran the front group ‘Love Music Hate Racism’.
The ‘anti racism’ front groups are little more than a meal ticket for the SWP to pay their leaders a wage, receive donations, recruiting new members at demos and to sell their shitty communist propaganda rag ‘Socialist Worker’. To call themselves anti fascists and against extremism is the biggest joke ever. This is evident in this video as the middle class old people and gullible students attending this event actually give Moazzam Begg a standing ovation, cheering like he is some kind of hero. This is a true extremist if ever there was one. A man who was fighting against our troops in Afghanistan, linked to Al-Qaeda, a terrorist supporter and runs a jihadist support group. Begg and his ilk are a threat to the future of every single British person.
The real fascists of today are the communists like Weyman Bennett and co who come in the guise of ‘anti fascists’. Attempting to silence free speech for those oppose, falsely smearing people as Nazis and fascists because they voice their concern about Islam. Whist facilitating Muslim fundamentalists and terrorist supporters whose goal is the downfall of our society.
The video below shows activists from political party Britains First being attacked by Islamists in Lutons Muslim Enclave, Bury Park.
A small group of Britain First members were carrying crosses to represent Christianity and handing out newspapers on a busy main road in an area that has been invaded by Muslims and is said to be a virtual no go area for non Muslims. They were immediately swarmed on sight by raging local Muslims. One Muslim shop keeper comes out of his greengrocers and boldly boasts that Muslims are taking over. The sight of Christians with the cross incensed the religion of peace members who showed their true violent nature as usual. Throwing things, verbally abusing them,making threats and wanting to fight with the BF group even with the police present.
Luton is a well known hotspot for Islamic extremism and where the EDL was founded in response to the radical Islamism shown by many of Lutons Muslim residents.
The decline of the manufacturing industry in Luton, the subsequent reduction in jobs on top of conflicts between western values and the laws of Islam have all created an environment which saw radical speakers like Abu Hamza al-Mazri and Omar Bakri Mohammed invited to speak and welcomed with open arms at the mosque on Leagrave Road.
Both hate preachers have since been deported from the UK. But their legacy lives on. Luton is a breeding ground for Islamic terrorists and their supporters. Taimour Abdulwahab al-Abdaly, the Stockholm bomber was a Muslim extremist from the Bedfordshire town. The 7/7 bombers also had links to Luton.
In April 2013 four jihadis n from Luton (Zahid Iqbal, Mohammed Sharfaz Ahmed, Umar Arshad, and Syed Farhan Hussain ) were given lengthy jail sentences for engaging in conduct and preparation for acts of terrorism. The men had planned to carry out terrorist attacks in Luton and elsewhere with improvised explosive devices to be made using instructions from an Al Qaida magazine.
In December 2015 four Muslims from Luton were arrested by counter terrorism police for plotting a major terrorist attack in the UK.
Stupid Human Rights Laws have once again defeated common sense in a British law court where 9 Islamic extremists have had their ASBOs overturned in the Court Of Appeal. The fundamentalists were jailed for two violent pack attacks in central London. One when violence erupted between Shia Muslims and the Islamists. The other when the 9 salafists pack attacked a lone football fan. Counter Terrorism police applied for Asbos which among other things, banned the men from associating together in public and put strict restrictions on their ability to perform ‘Da’wah'(recruiting new Muslims)
But now thanks to barmy ECHR laws the asbo’s have been overturned as apparently to stop them setting up an illegal dawah stall in our town centres for them to attempt to convert the public and make hate filled anti British rants from is in breach of their human rights! Imagine Christians doing the same in Muslim nation. They would be lynched not protected by senseless dogooder laws.
The Islamists we were given the asbos we already know are thugs who are more than happy to use violence on those with opposing views. Good enough reason as any for the police orders. The courts decision seems even more ridiculous, insane even when you know who these Muslim thugs are.
The nine fundamentalists are not just any random thugs either, they just so happen to be members of hate preacher Anjem Choudrys Islamist group ( Al-Muhajiroun / need4kalif / Muslims against crusades/ Islam4UK etc). Hardcore Muslim extremists who for over a decade have spewed out their hate on British streets. Celebrating terrorist attacks, providing funds and sending Muslims abroad to fight jihad. Their members have been implicated in countless terror plots including Lee Rigbys murder. Utter hate filled fundamentalists who despise everything about our nation, its infidel people and their culture.
Well other than the benefit system that is of course as they are more than happy to live off state handouts!!
It was in response to this group of Islamists abusing returning British forces and their families in Luton that prompted the formation of the English Defence League . Several of those who appealed their anti Dawah asbo’s – Jalal Ahmed, Yousaf Bashir, Munim Abdul and Jubair Ahmed were all were convicted of using threatening, abusive or insulting words and behaviour likely to cause harassment and distress at the troops homecoming.
Amongst the 9 who had their asbo overturned was notorious Luton extremist Mohammed Ishtiaq Alamgir aka Sayful Islam . Many will remember Islam as the violent bearded Islamist who assaulted Tommy Robinson as he drove through Bury Park filming an interview with an American film crew.
Another well known Islamist involved in the violence was ginger convert Jordan Horner who was part of the Muslim Patrol mob who terrorized the non Muslim public in East London where extremists attempted to enforce sharia law by bullying innocent people who they deemed not to be acting in an Islamic way. Horner is a career criminal and frequent guest at one of Her Majesty’s Prisons. Even declaring he enjoyed his stays as it was easy to convert and radicalise fellow inmates
Nine Luton muslim men involved in violent attack on football fan have ASBOs overturned
NINE muslim men who were caught up in violence in public demonstrations and gatherings today had their Asbos overturned by top judges at the Court of Appeal.
The Sunni men, all from Luton, had been involved variously in violent clashes in London with Shia muslims and with a football fan.
In an incident in Edgware Road, victims were left battered and bruised after they were attacked during a protest march.
The football fan, attacked after approaching an Islamic stall in Oxford Street, was subjected to a vicious beating.
All nine received jail terms, but were also hit with anti-social behaviour orders at the Old Bailey in January.
The Asbos, among other things, banned the men from associating together in public and put strict restrictions on their ability to perform ‘Da’wah’ – proselytizing Islam.
Last month, they appealed against the imposition of the Asbos, which they said were a violation of their human rights.
And today, after taking a month to consider the case, Lady Justice Macur returned to court to quash the orders.
‘We conclude that all the prohibitions are unjustified in principle: they were not shown to be necessary and represent a disproportionate restriction on their rights and freedoms,’ she said.
The Court of Appeal heard the first incident took place in May 2013, when protestors planned to march from the Regent’s Park Mosque to the Syrian embassy.
Prosecutors alleged the march was sectarian, with anti-Shia banners carried and offensive slogans chanted.
Trouble was sparked when a Shia man remonstrated with the marchers in Edgware Road and was abused and doused with water.
While march organiser Anjem Choudhary was interviewed by a journalist, another man was punched to the ground and set upon.
Another victim was attacked with a flag pole and struck twice, before he was kicked by several people on the ground.
Mohammed Ishtiaq Alamgir, Mohan Uddin and Kamran Khan were among those who were involved.
Uddin and Khan – along with Moshiur Rahman, Naseer Khan, Qadeer Ahmed, Yousef Bashir, Jalal Ahmed and Munim Abdul – were also involved in Oxford Street days later.
Violence began there at a Da’wah stall, when a football fan approached and ‘may have made inflammatory comments’, said the judge.
When he emerged from a nearby pub later, he was set upon, knocked to the ground and kicked and punched repeatedly.
Qadeer Ahmed threw himself at the victim, before Naseer Khan kicked and stamped on him.
Bashir passed his crutch to Uddin, who brandished it in the direction of the victim.
Abdul also kicked the man, while Jalal Ahmed was said to be in the thick of the action, behaving ‘menacingly’ towards people.
The eight men admitted affray over the Oxford Street incident, while Uddin and Alamgir were found guilty of violent disorder and Kamran Khan of affray over the Edgware Road clash.
At the Old Bailey, Judge Paul Worsley QC said he considered the Asbos were necessary to prevent further incidents.
But lawyers representing the nine men argued at the Court of Appeal that the orders were not justified.
Giving judgment, Lady Justice Macur, sitting with Mr Justice Andrew Smith and Judge Jeremy Carey, said the restrictions on Da’wah were a breach of the men’s human right to be able to practise their religion.
And to put restrictions on them doing so was not necessary, as the Oxford Street incident was not the result of the stall, but of a private clash with the football fan.
‘As we see it, the operation of the Da’wah stall was part of the background to the violent episode, but it was not the cause,’ she said in her judgment.
She continued: ‘We conclude that the Asbos against all the appellants should be quashed, and the appeals allowed accordingly.’
Naseer Khan, 33, of Ascot Road; Qadeer Ahmed, 30, of Highfield Road; Jalal Ahmed, 27, of Cavendish Road; Yousef Bashir, 35, of Dane Road; and Munim Abdul, 34, of Hampton Road, were all jailed for 29 weeks.
Kamran Khan, 31, of Wodecroft Road, got 55 weeks; Moshiur Rahman, 34, of Dane Road, got 21 weeks; Mohammed Ishtiaq Alamgir, 36, of Kenilworth Road, got 10 months; and Mohan Uddin, 38, of Trinity Road, got 21 months and three weeks.
The possibility of another massacre over Mohammed cartoons similar to Paris has been thwarted by US law enforcement who shot dead two Muslim maniacs before they had chance to open fire on innocent individuals attending the Prophet Mohammed art event in Dallas.
As much as i feel every individual has a right to draw pictures of Mohammed which may upset or infuriate some Muslims. I dont think putting them on display in the same place along with the artists and guests already at the top of some Muslims hitlists was the greatest of ideas. Like a red rag to a bull. Its a recipe for disaster and thankfully it was only the gunmen whose deaths we are hearing about not another massacre.
Gunmen killed at Dallas event on Prophet Muhammad cartoons
Two gunmen have been shot dead after opening fire outside a conference on cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in a suburb of Dallas, US police say.
They drove to the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland as the event was ending, and began shooting at a security officer before being killed by police.
The bomb squad has been called in to search their vehicle for explosives.
The event, organised by a group critical of Islam, included a contest for drawings of the Prophet.
One of the keynote speakers was the Dutch politician Geert Wilders, an outspoken critic of Islam in Western societies.
Security had been tight, but Garland police said there had been no credible threats in advance, and it was not immediately clear if the shootings were related to the event.
About 200 people had been attending the Muhammad Art Exhibit when, shortly before it was due to finish at 19:00 (00:00 GMT), they were told of a shooting outside.
One woman at the conference was leaving the building when she said she heard “quick shots” from what she thought was a machine gun.
“Police started running everywhere, they quickly told us to run as fast as we could to get back in the building,” she said.
They and people from nearby buildings were later evacuated.
Garland Mayor Douglas Athas told CNN that the “first suspect was shot immediately”. “The second suspect was wounded and reached for his backpack. He was shot again.”
Security officer Bruce Joiner was taken to hospital after being shot in the ankle, but was later released.
Local police said they have not been yet able to identify the gunmen, whose bodies remain by the car while bomb experts inspect it for explosives.
Joe Harn, a spokesman for the Garland Police Department, warned that the inspection is “a very slow, tedious operation that goes on”.
Sunday’s event was organised by the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI), which is run by controversial blogger and activist Pamela Geller and is listed as an anti-Muslim group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, a civil rights group.
The conference included a contest that offered a $10,000 (£6,600) prize for a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad.
Depictions of the Prophet Muhammad are offensive to many Muslims.
There were widespread protests in 2006 when the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published cartoons satirising the Prophet Muhammad.
In a text message to Dutch media, Geert Wilders said Sunday’s incident had been an “unacceptable” attack on freedom of expression.
“The only fitting response is: to carry on. But it’s not easy,” he told Dutch public broadcaster NOS.
In a statement on its Facebook page, the AFDI called it a “war on free speech”.
The Curtis Culwell Center – a school-district owned building for public events – was at the centre of controversy in January, after it was picketed by protesters angry that it was hosting an event to raise funds for the building of a local Islamic centre.
Pamela Geller: America’s controversial blogger
A staunch critic of Islam since 2005, she rose to prominence in 2010 through her online opposition to Park 51, a planned Muslim community centre in Lower Manhattan close to the World Trade Center site
The 56-year-old describes herself online as a free-speech activist, but her critics denounce her as a “bigot”
She insists the focus of her criticism is chiefly against radical Islam, but has been quoted as saying that “Islam is the most anti-semitic, genocidal ideology in the world”
Speaking of her role in organising the Muhammad Art Exhibit in Garland, she said: “We draw Muhammad because we are free… We draw Muhammad because our unalienable rights are enshrined in the First Amendment.”
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.”
The East London Mosque / London Muslim Centre in Tower Hamlets, the epicentre of Islamic extremism in the UK will be once again showcasing a whole host of Muslim extremists and hate preachers on Saturday 27th July at a fundraiser for Cageprisoners. The Muslim charity that campaigns on behalf of Muslim terrorists in prison around the world including those held at Guantanamo Bay, calling for them to be freed.
Appearing on the day will be homophobic hate preacher Shakeel Begg. A cageprisoners regular who hosted their protests outside Belmarsh prison in support of Abu Qatada. He recently was a guest speaker at a UAF event. A member from the shady Islamist group, Islamic Forum Of Europe and ex Guantanamo prisoners. Lets face it the Muslims terror suspects who are sent there, is not without good reason
Billed as a ‘fundraiser for all the family’ which is something as a joke. Who in their right mind is going to take their children to an event with terror suspects and hate preachers. Other than Muslim extremists wanting to brainwash their children into their mindset
Opening peoples eyes to the threat that Political Islam poses to all our futures. Counter Jihad, Opposing the Islamization And Stealth Jihad of our infidel lands, Anti Rape-Jihad, Exposing Muslim Grooming Gangs, Reverse Dawah, Highlighting Pro Muslim Media Bias And Reverse Racism, Campaigning Against New Mosque Building, Against Inhumane Halal Slaughtered Food. Hater Of All Terrorism And Violence