Who is funding the new monstrosity of a mega mosque costing 8.3 million pounds in Accrington? Those involved in the running of the mosque claim it is from public donations which i find hard to swallow. Are the Muslims of Lancashire really that wealthy that they can magically stump up 8.3 million pounds between them after passing the collection bucket round? Or is it the oil rich wahabis from Saudi who have paid for its construction knowing the mosque will then have to push their own extremist version of Islam to those attending?
How did a mosque to hold 900 people with only 70 odd parking spaces pass planning? Maybe the local councillors involvement there could be something to do with it?
The new £8.3 million Raza Jamia Masjid and Link Community Centre in Accrington.
A new £8.3 million Accrington mosque is set to open later this year.
The Raza Jamia Masjid Mosque, being built between Grimshaw Street and Lower Antley Street, will be able to hold nearly 900 people for prayers and worship.
The development will also include a community centre which will be open to residents of all faiths and backgrounds for meetings, events and sporting activities.
Planning permission was approved back in June 2014 and the 1.3 acre site has been transformed over the last three years into the eye-catching two-storey facility.
Mosque leaders said they were hoping to open by May this year, however they are now aiming to complete the development by October.
Jawid Hussain, who manages the project, said: “It’s brilliant. It looks very good and very impressive. A lot of work has gone into it.
“It’s a very complicated building and there are a lot of features to it. It’s taken a bit longer than was originally forecast.”
Jawid said all the funding has come through private donations and that they will retain the old mosque on Grimshaw Street for evening classes.
The new mosque will include three prayer halls and a library and the community centre will feature an Islamic funeral room, community facilities and dining areas.
The site will also include a 71-bay car park with six disabled spaces.
Councillor Munsif Dad, who is a member of the mosque, said: “It’s all coming along very nicely. It’s a very large development and will be a facility for the whole community and for Muslims.
As Manchester begins to come to terms with last weeks vile terrorist attack committed as always by Muslim haters, killing and maiming innocent people including children. The spotlight has fallen on Didsbury Mosque where which Manchester Arena killer Salman Abedi attended.The mosque immediately went into denial mode after the suicide bomber killed scores in the name of the blood thirsty Allah in an attempt to divert attention away from their own extremist activities going on there.
Didsbury mosque has many skeletons hiding in its closet which are now being revealed due to the fact that Muslim child killer Salman Abedi and his jihad supporting family attended the so-called place of worship. It is quite clear now that Didsbury mosque is pumping out hatred to the Muslim masses. It should be closed down immediately not open and having day visits from local non-Muslim schools.
Whats more worrying had the Manchester bomber not attended this place of hate , we would be none the wiser to its part in radicalizing British Muslims. How many other so-called moderate mosques are equally extremist yet flying under the radar unnoticed
Trustee Fawzi Haffar appeared on British TV as the “voice of reason” of Didsbury Mosque in Manchester. He said that Salman Abedi’s attack had no place in the religion of Islam and said that “Manchester is a great city, with a great history and a prosperous and bright future ahead of it. The Manchester Islamic Centre is proud to be part of this great city of Manchester.” Yet Mr Haffar himself harbours extremist views as a post on Antisemitism UK below exposes
“In recent days, as Manchester reels from the atrocity inflicted at the Manchester Arena, Fawzi Haffar and Dr Siema Iqbal have been presented as local Muslim leaders in Manchester who speak out firmly against extremism, but according to a collection of tweets brought to light by Manchester-based North West Friends of Israel, both Mr Haffar and Dr Iqbal eschew their moderate messages when it comes to Jews.
Mr Haffar is a trustee of Manchester Islamic Centre, known as Didsbury Mosque, where the terrorist who committed the atrocity in Manchester on Monday night is said to have been a worshipper. Mr Haffar told the media in a widely-broadcast public commemoration of the victims of the attack that the centre caters to people of “all backgrounds and faiths, from our food and clothes banks, to all our inter-faith dialogues”.
Sadly, Mr Haffar’s tweets convey a very different message when it comes to Jews. In one tweet from 2014, he told another Twitter user (who has been suspended): “You are so ignorant!!! Your time will come and if you are a #Zionist then I know you will be gone”. Minutes later he tweeted: “You killed our #prophet Jesus and pretend you are our friends, you #ZioNazi are baaaaaaaad”. Screenshots provided by North West Friends of Israel showed further antisemitic tweets which appear to have been posted by Mr Haffar. Under the International Definition of Antisemitism, “Using the symbols and images associated with classic antisemitism (e.g. claims of Jews killing Jesus or blood libel) to characterise Israel or Israelis” is antisemitic, as is “Drawing comparisons of contemporary Israeli policy to that of the Nazis”.
Dr Iqbal is a GP who has written for The Guardian and The Huffington Post. In 2015, she presented herself as a voice of mainstream British Muslims whilst attacking then Prime Minister David Cameron’s counter-extremism policy in The Guardian, writing: “For the first time in my life I feel like I don’t belong. British Muslim communities have so many worries about your plans to tackle extremism, so why don’t you communicate with us?” In a more recent article in the Middle East Eye blog, she harangued Theresa May: “This isolation is the real driving force behind radicalisation and, until these issues are addressed, I feel you will continue to fuel radicalisation and the so-called ‘war on terror’ will never be won.” In an interview for Channel 4 following the terrorist attack in Manchester, she said that: “We grieve together and we will rebuild Manchester together.”
Unfortunately Dr Iqbal appears to have unsavoury views about Jews. Screenshots provided by North West Friends of Israel seemed to show her retweeting an antisemitic Twitter account called “Bob Kostic” in August 2014. In reference to the conflict between Hamas terrorists and Israel, the tweet allegedly said: “Truce in Gaza? Don’t you believe it! The Jews are shopping around for cheaper bombs. #FreePalestine”. According to North West Friends of Israel, she also tweeted the very same image calling for Israelis to be transported to the United States that resulted in the disgrace and suspension of Naz Shah MP from the Labour Party. At the time, she was one of the leaders of protests against a shop selling Israeli products where protesters were arrested on suspicion of hate crimes on more than one occasion, with Greater Manchester Police even having to invoke powers under section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 to place limitations on the protest. By law, section 14 can only be used when there is a likelihood of “intimidation” or “serious public disorder, serious damage to property or serious disruption to the life of the community”.
The Daily Mirror reported that hate preacher Abu Qatada a known Al-Qeada spiritual leader that was deported from the UK had been invited several times to Didsbury mosque as a guest speaker.
Hate preacher Abu Qatada delivered a speech at Manchester’s Didsbury Mosque in 1999, a former worshipper has claimed.
Adel Alrayni, 50, said he stopped going to the mosque – which Manchester Arena killer Salman Abedi’s father attended – after confronting Qatada.
Speaking outside the mosque before Friday prayers, Mr Alyrani said: “This mosque was always a peaceful place but then it started to change.
“I was there from 1994 to 1999 and left because I had arguments with people as I spoke out against Abu Qatada.
“He was trying to change the context of Islam and I thought ‘this is wrong’, so I stood up and had a dispute with him – 300 people were there inside the mosque at the time.
Whilst the Sun newspaper reported on speeches there by another hate preacher American Abdullah Hakim Quick. A notorious firebrand cleric who has called for homosexuals and infidels to be killed
Didsbury Mosque’s YouTube channel still features videos from clerics including American Abdullah Hakim Quick.
He called for homosexuals to be killed and death for those who do not follow Islam.
MPs accused the mosque of playing a part in Abedi’s radicalisation.
Labour’s Khalid Mahmood said: “It has to be asked where a 22-year-old man born and bred in Manchester gets that sort of hatred from.
“We tend to think the problem is the internet and social media.
“But people don’t just turn up one day and look at things online.”
During a broadcast of the BBC’s Question Time, a frustrated man confronted the panel and Muslim apologists in the audience with a pamphlet he was allegedly given at the mosque attended by the Manchester bomber’s family. (Video below)
“Anybody who’s prepared to do the sort of things that we’ve seen recently in terms of radical Islamic terrorism,” the man began, “there is something wrong with the basic ideology.”
“I think the problem comes from the mosques,” he continued.
“I’ve got something that I want to read you which actually came from Didsbury Mosque. Because I spent my time actually doing some research.”
“This is a leaflet that I was given on an open day,” he continued before beginning to read:
“‘Living in a society in which people have accepted Western lifestyle as their way of life brings immorality to every step. Modesty, shame and honour have no place in Western civilisation.’”
“That is direct from Didsbury Mosque. That was given in a very expensive package with DVDs – and this is from a charity. And that is what Muslims are listening to.
Whilst hosting his LBC radio show, Maajid Nawaz of the anti extremism think tank Quilliam revealed further ties between the mosque and Al Qaeda linked groups
Maajid said: “Not only did the Manchester Jihadist pray there, in Didsbury mosque, but it’s been associated with Al Qaeda linked groups, such as the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, LIFG.”
The LBC Presenter went onto name some extremists who have been given a platform in the Mosque. One in particular even raised money for the LIFG.
Maajid added: “So if this mosque has got people raising money for al Qaeda-linked groups in it, and yet they’re claiming ‘we’re moderate because we reported an ISIS fighter’, well as I say, if Al Qaida opposes ISIS, that’s no definition of moderate.”
Maajid spoke of another who expressed extreme anti-semitic views, who was allowed to speak at the Mosque.
Maajid quoted the hate speech: “Look at the way they massacre, they blow up babies as if it’s computer games, they have no humanity, no morality, no ethics, no religion, no guidance, no light, nothing” – this is a speaker that was hosted in this Mosque speaking about Jews.”
The LBC Presenter added: “The spokesperson by the way, who is a trustee of the Mosque, claims that it’s a mosque for all the community, and this is what’s been going on inside this mosque?”
Maajid also spoke about the anti-secular rhetoric also preached by some at the Mosque.
He added: “Actually you know what the truth is, the biggest danger to our community at the moment is extremist preachers like this, using mosques that tolerate extremist preachers like this, that breed jihadist terrorists.
“That’s the biggest danger to our community, not liberal secular Muslims. When was the last time you saw a liberal secular suicide bomber go into a mosque and seek revenge against theocracy by blowing himself up? But that’s what’s been going on.”
Maajid continued: “If these are the views hosted in this mosque, and you go and report an ISIS bomber, and think I’m going to applaud you, think I’m going to congratulate you for being oh so moderate, when even al Qaeda oppose ISIS?
“Surprise, surprise you happen to have the same sorts of speakers, with the same sorts of views that would sympathise with the same sorts of things that al Qaeda want to implement in their theocratic Caliphate.
“So what you oppose ISIS, so what? That’s like saying “I oppose Stalin but I support the Nazis” or else “I oppose Hitler but I support Stalin gulags”.”
Maajid went on: “You think we’re stupid, you think the nation isn’t going to realise? Well you know, my job is to make sure everybody understands what’s going on, because you’re after people like me.
“You hosted a speaker in your mosque who says secular liberal Muslims are the most, are the biggest danger in the community, so of course I’m going to speak out against you.
“And of course you know when I talk about how deep the rot has spread.”
He finished off his epic polemic by saying: “Until we can separate, until we can separate these extremists from our community, and isolate them, don’t blame the rest of society for wondering whether every Muslim is an extremist, when our mosques are hosting the extremists themselves.”
Very good news coming out of Greater Manchester for a change. It seems that plans for a new mosque come stealth jihad control centre for the leafy suburbs of Altrincham and Hale have been shelved for now. The controversial construction project would have seen a new mosque built on green belt land.
The proposal caused fury amongst the local residents who vigorously opposed the Islamization of their area and took to the streets in vast numbers to protest against the mosque. Well done to all those involved.
Its a shame more ‘normal’ people in other areas facing mosque construction are not equally as passionate about blocking them being built in their own neighbourhoods. Instead of doing nothing as Islamization is taking hold on their doorsteps.
A Trafford Muslim group behind plans for a huge new Islamic community centre say they been put on hold following the announcement of Greater Manchester’s green belt masterplan rather than protests by residents.
The Altrincham and Hale Muslim Association (AHMA) want to build a new, 2,000 sq m, two-storey centre on green belt land in Timperley.
The controversial plans sparked a number of demonstrations, with hundreds of people taking to the streets – and more than 2,000 signing a petition opposing the new centre.
Bosses say they have outgrown their current base in nearby Hale and that there are no other suitable sites available.
The new centre would sit on disused land on Thorley Lane.
Protest over plans for a huge new Islamic community centre
Protest over plans for a huge new Islamic community centre (Photo: Manchester Evening News)
The association’s plans have now been withdrawn, with all traces removed from Trafford council’s website.
The group say the project has been put on hold because of the region’s 20-year housing plan, which includes proposals for sites on and around Thorley Lane.
The Greater Manchester Spatial Framework (GMSF) suggests building homes on the land, as well as community and commercial space, redrawing the green belt in the process.
AHMA bosses say they’ve put their plans on ice for the time being, pending ‘clarification’ of GMSF plans.
A spokesman for AHMA said: “As residents will be aware, it is proposed to amend the green belt and a number of sites around Thorley Lane are allocated in the draft GMSF for residential, commercial and community development, including the site of the proposed new AHMA community centre.
“With this in mind, the AHMA has decided to place on hold the planning application for at this time, until the situation relating to the GMSF has been clarified.
Peaceful protest over plans for a huge new Islamic community centre
Peaceful protest over plans for a huge new Islamic community centre (Photo: Manchester Evening News)
“However, the AHMA is committed to delivering the new facilities, which are so desperately needed for the growing local Muslim community.
“We will monitor the situation with the GMSF closely. We would like to thank the community and stakeholders who see the shared vision of this project and will endeavour to keep the local community updated as and when we are ready to progress with our plan.”
Those opposed to the plans say there are plenty of other community centres in the area and have objected against development on green belt land.
There are also fears the new centre would cause traffic chaos.
Despite one protest attracting attention from far-right groups, including the English Defence League, campaign organisers insisted the demonstration had ‘nothing to do with religion, race or politics’.
Masjid-E-Ghosia mosque in Bolton have been using the Islamic doctrine of taqiyya ( lying to non Muslims for the benefit of Islam) over the planned appearance of a radical hate preacher at the mosque on December 24 th. Extremist cleric Syed Muzaffar Shah Qadri, has been banned from preaching in his native Pakistan for allegedly celebrating the murder of a popular politician was advertised as guest speaker at the Bolton mosque.
Syed Muzaffar Shah Qadri, who has been dubbed a “firebrand” by Pakistani authorities, is due to speak at a number of British mosques in a series of heavily promoted events, despite being prohibited from speaking in his own country.
Posters advertising the hate preacher were circulated on social media, including from the mosques own official Twitter account. Yet the mosque went into denial mode once the hate preachers tour was reported in the national media.
The mosque claimed it was somebody being malicious against them circulating false rumours yet their own twitter post shown above shows this claim is lies.
An imam at a Coventry mosque has been arrested over allegations of child abuse.The 45-year-old, who is based at the Islamic Brotherhood Coventry, at the Noorul Islam Jamia Mosque in Eagle Street, was detained by police on suspicion of wilfully ill-treating a child.
Hen was arrested last week after CCTV footage was provided to them which allegedly shows the imam striking a child.A spokesman for the mosque said they are co-operating fully with West Midlands Police.
The imam has been bailed with conditions to stay away from children as the investigation continues. Shabbir Ahmed, treasurer and spokesman for the executive management committee of Islamic Brotherhood Coventry, said: “We are aware that police are investigating an alleged incident.“
Police had the CCTV footage and are pursuing their inquiries, and the imam is on police bail.”We and the imam are fully co-operating with the police investigation or any concerns they have about the incident.“Police may have concerns but we did not receive any complaints thus far from parents or the children.
A statement from West Midlands Police said: “A 45-year-old man from Foleshill has been arrested on suspicion of wilfully ill-treating a child under the age of 16.“He has been bailed pending further inquiries until a date in January with strict conditions not to have any contact with children under the age of 18.”
Common sense has once again gone out of the window in favour of senseless Muslim appeasement.A Pakistani hate preacher deemed that much of an extremist agitator that he is banned from publicly speaking in his own Islamic homeland is allowed to enter the UK to speak at a mosque in Falkirk, Scotland.
Radical cleric Syed Muzaffar Shah Qadri makes no secret of his support for those who murder in the name of Allah!! You would think alarm bells would be ringing but no it doesn’t seem to be a problem for the powers that be as they once again bend over backwards to accommodate islamofascists.
Note self appointed judge, jury and executioner of all things that he doesn’t like, Mr Fiyaz Mughals rather lame statement in the article. This is the same guy that lobbied the government until he got leading counterjihad experts Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller barred from the UK who do not support murders or promote violence.
Fury as hate preacher linked to murder of Glasgow shopkeeper cleared to speak in Scotland
A BANNED Pakistani cleric whose warped ideology is linked to the murder of popular Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah is to spread his message of sectarian intolerance to Scotland.
Hard-line preacher Syed Muzaffar Shah Qadri is due to speak at Falkirk Central Mosque later this month – despite praising a murderer linked to the killing of Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah, who was stabbed 27 times after wishing his customers a “Happy Easter”.
The Sunday Post can reveal the zealot has been labelled a “firebrand” by the authorities in Karachi, Pakistan’s largest city, and barred from preaching his incendiary sermons.
Yet despite the ban imposed on him in Pakistan, Qadri has faced no obstacle against his speaking at the Falkirk place of worship on December 15.
Flyers promoting the event are currently being circulated and appear on the mosque’s Facebook page.
While there is no suggestion regular worshippers share Qadri’s views, the development has concerned politicians, and comes as Nicola Sturgeon prepared to visit members of the Glasgow mosque where Asad Shah worshipped today.
MP Siobhain McDonagh, who has campaigned for a clampdown on extremists preachers entering the UK, last night said she was shocked Qadri was being allowed to travel from Pakistan.
She said: “I’m amazed that somebody can be banned in Karachi but get entry clearance to the UK.
“The Home Office has got to stop hiding behind the line it does not comment on individual cases because this is a real issue for everyone in the UK.”
Allama Syed Muzaffar (with sword)
Allama Syed Muzaffar Qadri is a supporter of Islamist assassin Mumtaz Qadri, who murdered popular Pakistani politician Salman Taseer for speaking out against the country’s brutal blasphemy laws in January, 2011.
The same brutal killer was also idolised by Bradford taxi driver Tanveer Ahmed, 32, who butchered peace-loving shopkeeper Asad Shah, 40, in a copycat killing the day before Good Friday this year.
The Sunday Post has obtained and translated footage of Qadri delivering sermons, where he praises the political murder which inspired a bloody rampage by the knife-wielding cab driver.
The authorities in Karachi have described Qadri as acting in a manner “prejudicial to public safety and maintenance of public order”.
He was banned from addressing crowds in October, according to a legal document seen by The Sunday Post.
As news of his arrival in Scotland emerged, there have been calls to have him banned.
Fiyaz Mughal, director of anti-extremist group Faith Matters, said: “No individual who promotes sectarianism internationally should be allowed into the UK as there is a risk statements would be made that further inflame issues in the UK or create issues that our country does not need.”
Scottish Conservative equalities spokeswoman Annie Wells MSP has also raised questions about the event.
“If this individual is deemed too extreme for Pakistan, then that tells you all you need to know about his views,” she said.
“There’s no place for this kind of hate preaching in Scotland, and we shouldn’t tolerate it.”
Sources in Pakistan claim Qadri’s speeches have become highly controversial in his homeland.
Asad Shah (Mike Gibbons/Spindrift)
Our source said: “It’s amazing British authorities are allowing someone to spout this nonsense in the UK – especially since he’s banned in Pakistan.
“It gives people the wrong idea about Islam and is probably the reason you have people like Tanveer Ahmed getting radicalised and committing cold-blooded murder.”
In Falkirk, people were shocked at the planned event.
One local pensioner, Duncan Walker, 69, said: “It depends on his ideas. We don’t want him recruiting young people into these situations, especially with IS in Syria.
“He’s a radical. There’s an agenda you could follow. There’s got to be a limit.
“You can’t talk about hate, that’s not free speech.”
Michael McMurtagh, 44, who works as a driver in Camelon, near Falkirk, said: “The murder of the man in Glasgow’s south side was truly appalling.
“Everyone across the country was shocked by it.
“It doesn’t sit right that someone who shares the same ideology as the killer is addressing people here.”
Last week Tanveer Ahmed, who claimed to have killed Mr Shah for “disrespecting” Islam failed to have his minimum 27-year jail-term cut.
The Shah family moved to Scotland from Pakistan in the 1990s to escape persecution as a result of their religious beliefs.
Ahmed, a father-of-three from Bradford who did not know Mr Shah, claimed to have been offended by clips the shopkeeper had posted online which he said “disrespected the Prophet Muhammad”.
On the day he carried out the murder, he watched a clip featuring Mr Shah on his mobile phone as he travelled to Glasgow.
Ahmed was heard to say in a phone message: “Listen to this guy, something needs to be done, it needs nipped in the bud.”
At the shop, Ahmed warned the shopkeeper he was there to kill him and asked him to stop claiming to be a prophet.
Mr Shah’s brother and a shop assistant tried to fend him off as he launched his attack on the popular businessman, who was described by locals as a “pillar of the community”.
Ahmed was sentenced to life at the High Court in Glasgow after admitting the murder. He stabbed Mr Shah 27 times in a cold-blooded “tribute” to his hero Qadri. Appeal judges have now ruled Ahmed’s jail term was legally sound.
Last night, a spokeswoman for the Home Office said it would not comment on individual cases.
One of the organisers of the event said: “This is the first I’m hearing he’s banned in Pakistan.
“There is a lot of political things happening there at the moment so it wouldn’t surprise me if he was banned.
“I don’t think he’s particularly extreme.
“I’ve not watched any of his sermons and don’t know what he’ll talk about.
“He’s part of a variety of speakers we’ve got this month.”
Concerned citizens in Bolton yesterday held a protest against yet another planned mega mosque for the town. The huge mosque construction was recently given the go ahead by Bolton’s Labour controlled council despite a significant lack of parking spaces and concerns of local non-Muslims about the monstrosity building.
The 3 storey mega mosque is to be built in the Great Lever area of Bolton. The proposed mosque is set to come with a huge dome roof and massive 130 metre high minarets which will dominate the local skyline.Bolton at present already has 28 operating mosques many of which are large buildings and cause a great deal of disruption to the surrounding areas.
The ‘Stop The Mosque’ peaceful protest in the town centre passed off trouble-free. This despite the presence of anti democratic communists and Muslims at a protest against the protest organised by Unite Against Fascism. The last time the extremist UAF went to Bolton to counter protest an EDL march the town witnessed disgusting scenes of violence after UAF leader Weyman Bennett, a notorious race baiter incited a near riot which saw him and over 50 other communists arrested. Around the same number as total UAF counter protesters present this time who held ‘refugees welcome’ placards
The SWP front group despise free speech and do not believe in people being able to voice they opinion unless it is the same view as their own or by non white Brits. UAF communists fail to grasp that opposing Muslims stealth jihad and aggressive islamization tactics does not make you a nazi like those of Hitler’s Germany. It is called having the sense to defend your future freedoms.
The Great Lever mosque proposal is the latest approved construction from a long list of controversial applications to be granted planning permission from Bolton’s Muslim loving council. Last year the Labour Council went out on a limb to appease the local Muslims by passing planning permission for two other highly controversial mosque constructions. One in Farnworth and a mega mosque on Blackburn Road.
According to the Muslims behind the proposal the current mosque is to small for the 50-150 Muslims that go to worship there. Yet according to certain Islamic websites that have mosque directories. The current mosque already has a capacity to hold 950 people, which would mean plenty of space to accommodate an increase in numbers attending.
The picture below shows the current mosque which the Islamists behind the project claim is too small to hold 150 people.
As part of the proposal the building shown above will stay ( shown on the right in the image below.) and the new building will not actually be a replacement but a huge add on. This gives some idea on how large the planned development is going to be.
A man from Cardiff has been charged over alleged sexual offences against children said to have been committed at a mosque in the city.
Mohammed Haji Saddique, 80, from Cyncoed, taught at the Madina mosque between 1976 and 2006.
The alleged offences involve four girls and are said to have happened at the Madina mosque between 1996 and 2006.
Charges include eight assaults of a girl under 13 by touching and seven indecent assaults on a girl under 14.
Mr Saddique was charged at Cardiff Bay police station and has been released on police bail. He is due to appear before Cardiff magistrates on 16 December.
Det Insp Rob Cronick said: “Despite today’s charges we are still continuing our investigation and ask anyone who believes they have information which will be of assistance to come forward.
“There are a number of support agencies available to anyone who wishes them to be their point of contact if they have any concerns.”
“I want to reassure anyone who is thinking of getting in contact with us or any other support agency that all information will be treated in the strictest confidence and that you will be listened to and supported.”
Following the recent spate of terrorist attacks in Germany committed by bloodthirsty members of the ‘religion of peace’. Police have raided a mosque and made several arrests of those connected to the running of it The Salafi mosque had been an extremist breeding ground where hate preachers regularly appeared promoting jihad and hatred towards non Muslims. Several connected to the mosque had gone to Syria / Iraq and joined terrorist group ISIS.
Can you imagine British police raiding a mosque? No….. me neither.
Its time they grew a set of balls and started raiding the Islamic command and control centres here that masquerade as places of worship. I am of no doubt that they would uncover all sorts of dubious goings on if they did including Islamists plotting the next stage of their stealth jihad, terrorist recruiting and fundraising and probably weapons being stored there. Why else would Muslim men spend so much time at the mosque? It’s not all for praying time. They know the police would never dare raid or bug a mosque. So it’s a place they can freely carry out their dodgy business without repercussion.
A good place for British police to start would be East London Mosque in Tower Hamlets, the Islamist epicentre of the UK. If there was a top list of Islamist speakers then you can be certain 90% of them have appeared at East London Mosque spouting their hatred for infidels, gays, women ,the establishment and of course supporting jihad.
Overnight in the northern German city of Hildesheim, police raided a mosque and flats belonging to people close to it. To the south, investigators want to know where a 15-year-old procured multiple weapons.
Police carrying out a raid in Hildesheim
Police in the northern German state of Lower Saxony mobilized overnight to Thursday, searching a mosque in Hildesheim run by city’s German-speaking Muslim community organization (DIK Hildesheim). Police also raided eight apartments belonging to board members of the DIK Hildesheim.
“The DIK in Hildesheim is a national hot-spot for the radical Salafist scene,” Lower Saxony’s state interior minister, Boris Pistorius, said in a statement. “After months of preparation, with these raids today, we have taken an important step towards banning the group.”
Ludwigsburg – youngster ‘in contact’ with Munich attacker arrested
In the south-west, investigators have arrested a 15-year-old who they believed to have been planning a mass-shooting similar to the July 22 attack in Munich.
The suspect had been in contact online with the Munich shooter, a German-Iranian citizen who committed suicide during his attack on Friday. Police found “a large number of small-caliber weapons, several knives and daggers” in the Ludwigsburg suspect’s possession. Police had said they suspected him of planning a shooting spree at his school, but on Thursday, they rowed back from this somewhat.
“The shooting spree issue is ruled out,” a police spokesman said. “Now we’re concentrating on finding out more details.”
Reportedly, the suspect distanced himself from any shooting plans some time ago, and yet police were careful not to dismiss the theory entirely. “One must still presume a serious threatening situation,” the police spokesman said. Salafist mosque sending fighters to Middle East
Back to the north in Hildesheim, state minister Pistorius said that security services had indications that members of the group were being radicalized and that some were being motivated to travel to warzones to fight jihadi causes. Multiple visitors to the mosque had traveled on to Iraq or Syria, some of them to fight for the so-called “Islamic State” (IS), according to the investigators’ findings.
Pistorius also said that speakers at the mosque would incite “hate against unbelievers.”
“We will not accept Salafist groups and their backers ignoring our rules, even putting our constitutional order in question, while wanting to convince young people to join the self-proclaimed IS. We will fight that with all the legal means at our disposal,” Pistorius said.
The raids were concluded late on Wednesday night, according to a police spokesman. The operation was led by Göttingen’s police precinct to the south of Hildesheim. Raids follow chaotic week in Germany
The mosque and the organization running it had been on investigators’ radars for some time. The head of the state’s criminal investigative police (the Landeskriminalamt), Uwe Kolmey, discussed suspicions about the DIK Hildesheim with local broadcaster MDR1 in June.
“Hildesheim is certainly a Salafist hub in Lower Saxony,” he said. “We repeatedly note that there exists a danger of radicalization – particularly in mosque groups in which Salafist preachers operate. One such place is surely the DIK Hildesheim.”
Germany has been on high alert in recent days, after a string of attacks and shootings involving people of Muslim backgrounds in several Bavarian cities and Berlin. Some appear not to have been Islamist in motivation at the early stages of investigation, while two of the perpetrators appear to have had links to IS, if not perhaps direct contact with the group.
Hildesheim is located to the south of Hanover in central Germany. It’s home to almost 100,000 people.
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