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Hate Preacher Banned In Pakistan Yet Allowed In UK To Speak At Scottish Mosque

The Sunday Post

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
Allama Syed Muzaffar,

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 (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)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.”

Muslim School Banned From Taking New Pupils Over Twisted And Extremist Lessons

Islamic school Jamia al-Hudaa in Notts has been banned from taking in any new pupils following an Ofsted inspection of the private Muslim girls school. The report highlighted major concerns regarding ‘extremism’ and ‘twisted ideologies’ being taught in the classroom. 

Jamia al-Hudaa School is run by Madni Trust, an Islamic charity with a £million turnover

It seems the school has taught their hardcore version of Islam for over a decide where community cohesion, integration and British values are non existent as this former pupil at the school explains:

‘AS A YOUNG GIRL, IT FELT LIKE ALMOST EVERYTHING WAS BANNED’

I attended Jamia Al-Hudaa Residential College for Girls in Nottingham for my high school education from 2000-2006. It is a private school which relies on fees paid for by parents and donations from the registered charity Madni Trust which also caters for a boy’s boarding school in Sheffield. It is a Deobandi school which primarily follows the Sunni Hanifi school of thought. In terms of non-religious subjects we took English, Mathematics, Science (without evolution or sex education), Urdu, Arabic, I.C.T and P.E classes were sporadic. Religious subjects included Islamic law, Quranic interpretation, the sayings of Muhammed, Islamic history classes which treated the stories of prophets as actual historical events and memorisation of the Quran.

In 2014 I returned to the school for a university project in my third year after gaining permission from the head teacher. I found that very little had changed, except that they had installed CCTV cameras in the residential corridors.

While most of the below does not necessarily mean that the school broke laws, it is my belief that Jamia Al-Hudaa infringed upon the welfare, freedom and emotional development of its pupils, compromising our secular education in favour of intensive religious study.

We had no choice of beliefs, either we followed the school’s view of Islam or we were breaking school rules. It is important to really understand this – students were not given a choice about whether they wanted to practice Islam or not, and what type of Islam they followed. If we rebelled against the conservative Islamic school rules we could face detentions, suspension, public humiliations, cleaning, fines and expulsion. We sat on the floor with wooden benches to lean on when writing. Often girls would write on these benches, and as a punishment pupils were sometimes told to clean the benches with sandpaper. I remember my fingers aching from the sandpaper grating against them. As a pupil I rebelled and challenged religion often, and so faced a lot of punishments and disapproval from some teachers. I want to make it clear that not all the teachers were horrible, some were brilliant and tried to give us what they could with the little resources they had.

I was expelled in 2006 after a room check (something they did regularly without notice) as I was caught with a disposable camera: the school did not allow us to take pictures. Tellingly the school has never released a single picture of their female students or staff, as though it is too indecent to do so. Jamia Al-Hudaa for Boys on the other hand has uploaded videos of the male students on Youtube. I was publicly expelled along with a few other girls the next day. I was asked to pack and leave as soon as my parents were able to pick me up. The sense of humiliation and shame stayed with me for years.

As a young girl, it felt like almost everything was banned: listening to music, wearing make-up, chewing gum, being gay, challenging religion, teen magazines, befriending pupils that were older than you, locking your bedroom door for too long, having a mobile phone, talking to boys, plucking your eyebrows, wearing nail polish etc. The school expelled students who were accused of being gay. The management did not hide from parents of the accused pupils or students that they were doing this, even though it is illegal for all schools to discriminate on grounds of sexuality.

The school would also make us pray 5 times a day even if we showed that we didn’t want to. For instance, they would wake us up every morning for prayer, sometimes as early as 4:00 am by knocking on doors, switching on lights and telling students off for ‘being lazy’. They made it compulsory for every prayer to be read in the main hall in my third or second year. Wardens aided by older students would tick off the names of girls who attended prayer. If we missed too many without good excuse they made us sit in the main hall and read the Quran for long periods of time. On top of this we were told that our parents would have to pay a pound for ever prayer missed. We were also forced to fast. If you were healthy and not menstruating, the school would not provide you with food until it were time to break the fast. Some pupils had their own food, like noodles or microwavable pasta, but there was little chance of being able to eat a proper meal without someone seeing you, whether it was a roommate or warden.

The school didn’t provide much in the way of entertainment or methods to engage students. No TV, barely any Internet, a dusty and deprived looking library and a P.E cupboard which consisted of a couple of tennis balls and a rounder’s bat. The school also enforced hijab on the pupils. If we were in any part of the school where a man could see us through a window or where CCTV cameras operated, we had to wear hijab. This led to me being told off for much of the time that I was there because I struggled with the hijab. I didn’t like wearing it and I found the abaya (long dress) constricting. In the years that I was there the school did not take us on a single field trip, not even to a mosque or museum. We lived very simple lives consisting of classes, the two meals provided, home work time and spending time with our friends. Naturally I have some fond memories, for 5 years it was home. This does not in any way excuse the school for its poor education and the lack of basic freedoms afforded to pupils such being able to listen to music in the comfort of your own bedroom.

It is my view that the school has proven that it cannot care for the needs of children which can be seen in the most recent Ofsted report and I believe that the head teacher has broken the law by expelling girls on the grounds of sexuality, and she is not fit to run a school.

Posted at : https://faithschoolersanonymous.uk/2016/05/as-a-young-girl-it-felt-like-almost-everything-was-banned/

Is it any wonder so many Muslims  demonstrate such a narrow minded warped outlook of life when basically the only non Islamic things they learn are English and maths

Muslim school Jamia al-Hudaa banned from having new pupils over extremism fears

By DanRussell  |  Posted: October 17, 2016

Principal Raza Ul Haq

A Nottingham school has been told that it can no longer take new pupils and must partly close due to worries over “extremism” and “twisted ideologies” in the classroom.

The Jamia al-Hudaa Residential College has until Wednesday this week to appeal the decision by the Department for Education.

The independent Muslim fee-paying school in Berkeley Avenue, Mapperley Park, provides education for pupils aged four to 19-years-old, the vast majority of them girls.

There are currently 252 pupils on roll, with 171 of those named as boarders, but the Government has said the boarding provision must now close. The majority of the pupils pay up to £3,500 a year to study at the school.

Although it is an independent school the Government ordered Ofsted to inspect the school, which is part of the Madni Trust – a registered charity at the same address.

A spokesman for the Department for Education said: “Extremism has no place in our society and when we find schools promoting twisted ideologies or discrimination in classrooms, we will take action, up to and including closing the school or working with the police as necessary.‎”

Concerns were first raised in April 2015 when the school was judged to be inadequate. At that time, 15 of the independent school standards and 10 of the national minimum standards for boarding schools were not met. A follow-up unannounced inspection has revealed that standards have still not been met.

Her Majesty’s Inspector Deirdre Duignan released a report following the visit in April.

She said: “Inspectors found that the school does not promote balanced views. Pupils can access books in the library that have been written by controversial authors, for example by one who is not allowed to enter this country.

“Leaders were not able to say how these books supported the school’s curriculum, or how pupils who accessed such books would be helped to understand a different point of view.

“Staff do not have a clear understanding of the specific risks that girls at this school may be vulnerable to, for example female genital mutilation. Some members of staff have gaps in their employment history that have not been checked.”

Inspectors also found that training for staff is not up to date, there were “widespread” problems with bullying and that staff were not able to say where some pupils were.

Although the school has not been fully shut down, it could decide that the restrictions mean it is not viable for it to stay open.

The Post visited the school, which officially opened in August 1996, and spoke to members of staff.

Principal Raza Ul Haq said: “All of the inspection which was carried out was flawed, and we are going to appeal to the court against this order, and we hopefully will win it and this school will never close.

“We have been working for the last 20 years and will carry on working. We are providing a big community service and we will carry on providing this service.”

Nottingham East MP Chris Leslie said: “There have clearly been some serious findings by Ofsted. It is vital the school now answers.

“We have to make sure all education establishments comply with modern standards of education. I hope that the problems are resolved urgently because there will be a number of worried families.”

Source

Muslim Pervert Banned From Birmingham Bus Route

Birmingham sex pest banned from bus route after assaulting passenger

16:01, 27 February 2015 By Brett Gibbons

Ashiq Hussain, from Saltley, barred from travelling on X51 or sitting next to lone woman on any public transport for 18 months

Birmingham pervert Ashiq Hussain, from Saltley, repeatedly rubbed his leg against the terrified 22-year-old passenger on the number X51 bus as it travelled along Walsall Road in Perry Barr.
Birmingham pervert Ashiq Hussain
A sex pest who assaulted a woman on a Birmingham bus has been banned from the route for 18 months.

Ashiq Hussain, from Saltley, repeatedly rubbed his leg against the terrified 22-year-old passenger on the number X51 bus as it travelled along Walsall Road in Perry Barr.

The 52-year-old sex fiend ignored the woman’s pleas to stop and, when she reported the unwanted advances to a ticket inspector, Hussain jumped off and disappeared down a back street.

However, cops working as part of a project between police and travel groups to make bus travel safer circulated CCTV images of Hussain and he was spotted by a patrol in Birmingham city centre and eventually arrested.

He was handed a community order after being found guilty of sexual assault by touching when he appeared at Birmingham Magistrates’ Court.

It bans him from the X51 bus service and from sitting next to lone females on any public transport for the next 18 months.

The court heard that jobless Hussain targeted his victim on the afternoon of September 18 last year, strategically selecting a seat next to her and trapping her against the window.

He admitted to being on the bus to police but claimed that he’d brushed against the woman’s leg accidentally.

West Midlands Police DC Leigh O’Neill, from the Project Empower Safer Travel Partnership, said the case illustrated the group’s commitment to tackle sex offences on public transport.

“Passengers should be able to enjoy their journey without being subjected to verbal or physical abuse,” she added. “Project Empower is not only clamping down on offenders but is actively encouraging passengers to report unwanted sexual approaches.

“In this case the victim said that since the attack she’s not travelled on a bus out of fear of bumping into him again.”

Project Empower was launched in February 2014 to fast-track enquires into reports of sexual touching, lewd comments and indecent exposure and to urge passengers to report unwanted sexual advances on buses, trams and trains.

The team has investigated more than 100 allegations and made 35 arrests – including 20 offenders who have now been convicted, while several others are awaiting trial.

Islamic Fatwa Bans Muslims From Playing ‘The Sims’ Computer Game

An Islamic scholar has issued a fatwa banning Muslims from playing EA’s top selling computer game The Sims’.  In the 3d game players create and control characters going about their daily lives.The Islamic cleric from Islam QA website ruled it haram stating the game appalled him and there is no evil action or immoral deed that is not included in this game. He also banned any Muslim allowing his wife or child to play the game also

The mullah says the filthy game contains evil like music, dancing, wanton display of beauty, drinking alcohol, complete nakedness of men and women, illicit relationships between the sexes, kissing ,touching private parts and even fornication. i can not confirm or deny if the nakedness and sex are true as i have never played it. Though i find it hard to believe due to the game being rated as a +12 and suitable for teenagers and older. The fatwa also objects to the infidel Santa appearing giving out presents in the game

Islam is not just a religion like Christianity or any other. It is also an oppressive political ideology, based on things that were going on 1500 years ago. Which wishes to control every aspect of its followers lives by fear and intimidation, removing any kind of freedom of thought or speech in a similar way to communism

174522: What is the ruling on playing “The Sims” (computer game)?


I would like to ask about the ruling on playing a game called “The Sims”, which is a 3-D game. It is a game in which the player makes a family, builds a house and controls characters.
I hope that the fatwa will be specifically about this particular game. You can research about it on the net, because it is very well-known and widely available. I want to know whether it is permissible to play it or not. I have read a number of fatwas about computer games, but I am still confused. I hope that you will give a fatwa specifically about this particular game, so that I can tell those who play the game about it. May Allah reward you with good.

 

Praise be to Allah.

We are appalled by what we have seen of clips from this game – especially in the second and third versions, and there is no evil action or immoral deed but it exists in this filthy game. It also contains music, dancing, wanton display of beauty, drinking alcohol, complete nakedness of men and women, illicit relationships between the sexes, kissing and touching private parts; it is so bad that there is even committing fornication completely, which is not found even in ordinary movies! And all of that is with the excuse that they are animated characters, as if the one who watches it will never be affected by what he sees and that it will never be provocative. The game includes “university life”, “nightlife,” and “New Year holiday” in which there is dancing, singing, kissing and illicit relationships, and Santa Claus appears to distribute gifts to the children. We do not know, by Allah, how any Muslim could accept to allow his daughter or his wife or even his son to play this evil game. This is natural in the life of Western families, who has deviated from all decent behaviour and noble characteristics, and there are those who want this to be natural in the life of Muslim families too.

We have previously discussed the prohibition on looking at cartoons that include nakedness and permissiveness, in the answer to question 167710.

Based on that, it is not permissible for a Muslim to upload this game or play it, and it is not permissible for him to allow any member of his family to do that. Whoever does that is neglecting his flock for whom Allah, may He be exalted, has made him responsible and he is failing in his duty to advise them and to pay attention to their upbringing, behaviour and attitude.

We have issued a fatwa specifically about pornographic cartoons, their real nature, the danger they pose, and the ruling on them. See question no. 115149

And Allah knows best.

 

 

 

Video: US Marine Banned From Daughters School After Row Over ‘Islam’ Homework

The video below tells of an American military veteran who has been banned from his daughters school because he got into an argument with staff at faculty over his child’s homework assignment which was about the 5 pillars of Islam.

Patriotic United States Marine Kevin Wood is now banned from setting foot in the schools grounds after getting into an argument with the schools deputy principle over the stealth jihad to push Islam onto his daughter.  

I would be fuming to say the least if my child had come back from school with homework assignments about Islam. In Muslim countries the only thing they are taught about Christianity and other religions is we are kafir and Islams enemy, Why should children in the west be forced to learn about a religion that throughout history has done nothing other than cause misery.

If they are going to teach Islam at least tell the full story instead of a watered down version like children are learning. The very ‘pc’ rehashed version which leaves all the bad stuff conveniently out, trying to portray its something it very much isn’t.

If my child is going to be told about the five pillars of Islam then they should also be told:

  • How from the beginning Muslims have invaded lands and oppressed the natives. Forcibly converting people to Islam and killing the males who wont and taking the women and girls as sex slaves.
  • How Islam and Muslim inbreeding have caused Islamic nations to stagnate compared with the rest of the world in terms of advancement. A lot are seen as backwards places.
  • How it promotes FGM, women hating, sexism, polygamy  and paedophilia .
  • How unlike the sinless Jesus Christ who is a good role model to for mankind to aim to be like. Islams role model and perfect Muslim, Mohammad is anything but sinless. 
  • How Mo was a career criminal who raided other tribes as they slept, committing mass genocide against his enemies, taking the spoils of war from those he had butchered. Not only their valuables but their wives and daughters as sex slaves.
  • How Mo’s marriage and sex with  6-year-old Aisha effectively gave approval to generations of Muslims that paedophilia is standard practice and acceptable. If the perfect Muslim was a paedo then it’s allowed in the eyes of all Muslims. Condemning peadophilia and saying it is wrong by a Muslim. Would be saying Mohammad and Islam is wrong. That will never happen
  • How Allah’s love of jihad have caused untold wars and murder of innocents
  • How events from recent years such as 9/11 , 7/7,  ISIS  committing mass murder, Kenya mall massacre, Lee Rigby murder, Hamas suicide bombers etc. were all carried out by devout Muslims in the name of Islam

Anything else than the full picture of Islam is aiding Islamization. If none of that is taught about Islam then it should not be taught at all !!!

A father and military veteran says he has been banned from a Charles County high school because he got into an argument with faculty over his child’s homework assignment.

Kevin Wood received his no trespassing order on Tuesday. This all stems from a run-in between Wood and the vice principal at his daughter’s school.

He says he challenged a history class assignment that had students list the benefits of Islam.

The school says Wood crossed the line and threatened the vice principal.

Both sides are talking, but they have very different versions of this assignment and the fallout that followed.

“A lot of people do not understand where my husband is coming from,” said Melissa Wood.

Melissa says her husband Kevin, a United States Marine and Iraq veteran, is the most patriotic person she has met. But now, he is banned from even stepping foot near their daughter’s high school.

“I don’t force my religious views on them, so don’t force your religious views on me,” Kevin told us.

This started when their eleventh grader came home from La Plata High School with a three-page assignment. It asked for explanations of Islam’s Five Pillars, Mecca and Muhammad.

Kevin and Melissa didn’t like it and feel religion should not be taught in public schools. They say Islam should not get priority over Judaism or Christianity.

“We cannot discuss our Ten Commandments in school, but they can discuss Islam’s Five Pillars?” said Melissa.

Kevin went to the school to talk with a vice principal, but things got heated. Kevin would end up getting slapped with a notice banning him from the school property.

“I have witnesses that have said I did not threaten anybody in any way shape or form,” said Kevin.

“He was threatening to cause a disruption or possible disruption at the school,” said Katie O’Malley-Simpson, spokesperson for Charles County Public Schools.

She says the high school was in its rights to ban Kevin from school property. They also that defended the assignment on Islam and say his objections are off base.

“We’re not teaching religion,” said O’Malley-Simpson. “We’re teaching world history.”

“None of us parents knew about this and they didn’t tell anybody,” Kevin said.

For now, both the Woods and school officials have been talking about the dispute and hope to come to a resolution. But for Melissa, the hardest lesson of all has been hearing her husband described as something she says she knows he is not.

“They’re making him sound like he’s some bad person,” she said. “He’s not a bad person. He fought for your country.”

The Woods’ daughter has been allowed to go to the high school library during the class where the assignment was handed out.

Extremist Muslim Group iREA Gets Banned From Hosting Events At University College London

Muslim Extremist group iREA have been banned from hosting any more events at UCL (University College London) after trying to enforce sex segregation at last weeks event Islam v Atheism, despite ensuring UCL that this would not happen. UCL questioned iREA after people complained  to UCL prior to the event that the Islamists were planning on segregating. After being told segregation was against the policy, iREA responded with the Muslim tactic of taqiyya and told UCL there would be no segregation of those in  attendance.  Despite iREA’s denials come the night of the event they still tried enforcing sex segregation angering not only UCL but also atheist guest speaker Lawrence Krauss who threatened to walk out due to the segregation of the sexes which he also had been assured wouldn’t take place, and the forced ejection of 3 males who made a stand against the Islamists sexism and sat in the wrong section.

Lawrence Krauss tweeted after the event:

Mr Krauss was none to happy with iREA’s Hamza A Tzortis after the event either, when the Muslims went back on their guarantee that the video of the debate would only be released as a whole and not just selective clips of it which look more favourable to the Islamists.

UCL who have been criticized in the past for giving Muslim extremists a platform to spew their hate to students released the following on their website.

UCL Statement:

An organisation known as the Islamic Education and Research Academy (IERA) booked a room at UCL for a debate on Saturday evening (9 March). UCL was notified during Friday by some individuals planning to attend the event that the organisers intended to segregate the audience by gender.

This was directly contrary to UCL policy. We do not allow enforced segregation on any grounds at meetings held on campus. We immediately made clear to the organisers that the event would be cancelled if there were any attempt to enforce such segregation. We also required the organisers to make it explicit to attendees that seating arrangements were optional, and guests were welcome to sit wherever they felt comfortable. We also arranged for additional security staff to be present to ensure that people were not seated against their wishes.

It now appears that, despite our clear instructions, attempts were made to enforce segregation at the meeting. We are still investigating what actually happened at the meeting but, given IERA’s original intentions for a segregated audience we have concluded that their interests are contrary to UCL’s ethos and that we should not allow any further events involving them to take place on UCL premises.

As to be expected the Islamist iREA issued their own statement and gave interviews to various leftist and Muslim appeasing media sources. Heres the links to those  Huffington Post   Islamophobia Watch Defending iREA   iREA Press Release

1 attendee of the Islam v Atheism debate posted his take of the sex segregation and the males who were thrown out

What happened:

  1. They let people know about the forced gender segregation just before the event.
  2. People complained (as you cannot use UCL’s facilities if you are going to force segregation, whether through gender, race or whatever).
  3. They said, “no, no, there is no segregation anymore!”
  4. Krauss is happy (that was his condition to speak), we were happy, excited about the event.
  5. We get there, and are immediately told to go to the ticket desk, with guys being told to stay on the left (guys only table). Now to check, I went to the female table and it was fine. So at this point it was annoying they were “sorta” segregating, but we didn’t kick up any fuss, as you know what, we’re more interested in the event.
  6. But as we get in, we’re told, “SISTERS ONLY THROUGH THIS DOOR, BROTHERS THROUGH HERE AND MIXED THROUGH HERE”.
  7. This was plain sailing segregation, because the room was divided in terms of gender. One area for mixed, one for men, one for women.
  8. Now the people who didn’t want this had no issue with women wanting to sit on their own alone, but they had an issue with the organisers enforcing gendered seating, because this was NOT what they had promised (after trying to sneak it through). And they were not allowed to do that in any of UCL’s buildings.
  9. My friends were surrounded, removed, but Krauss left the room as gender segregation/seating was something he was promised would not happen.
  10. Hamza told Krauss to go to another room to talk privately, but Krauss simply said “if there is gender segregation, I am leaving because that is not what you promised me” and did not speak about it with Hamza.

The IERA can twist this all they want (and they have), but this account is as truthful as I can give. The video recording of this event was done by then (cameras were rolling), so hopefully they can put it online so people can make their decision for themselves.

For more info about Muslim extremists  iREA . See Hatewatch post on them

German Police ‘foil Islamist attack,’ Salafist groups banned

Germany has banned 3 Islamist groups that it believes are link to terrorist activites following a series of raids.  The British government should be taking note here!!  Chances of them banning any British based Islamo-fascist groups are very slim. If their to soft to send a convicted Muslim terrorist who claimed asylum back to Jordan to face justice .You have more chance of seeing pigs flying than that happening.  British authorities would rather go out of their way to appease Muslims than put their foot down and risk upsetting them…. EVEN EXTREMISTS WHO CALL FOR JIHAD AND PLOT TERROR AGAINST BRITS!!

EXTREMISM

Police ‘foil Islamist attack,’ Salafist groups banned

Prosecutors in Germany say they believe police have foiled an attempted attack by Islamists against far-right targets. Authorities had earlier staged a series of separate raids, banning three Salafist groups.

Police made four arrests on Wednesday after making raids in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW).

Prosecutors in Dortmund said that a raid in Bonn, carried out by special police force commandos, had uncovered a firearm and a kilogram of possible explosives. Arrests also took place in Leverkusen and Essen.

Authorities said they believed “imminent” terrorist activities were in the pipeline. A specific attack had reportedly been planned against the leader of the far-right Pro-NRW political party, Markus Beisicht.

In addition, said the prosecutors, a ticked list of Pro-NRW party officials and journalists was found.

Further raids in two states

The arrests came in the wake of raids across the states of NRW and Hesse, with computer equipment, propaganda material, cell phones and more than 10,000 euros in cash seized.

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Sitting down for coffee with Salafists

Germany’s domestic security agency has warned of a self-radicalizing Salafist scene, with the Rhineland considered one of its strongholds. DW’s Naomi Conrad takes a look inside the Salafist scene in the city of Bonn. (16.01.2013)

There were no reports of a connection between the two police swoops.

Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich, who described the Wednesday raids as a “decisive blow against local Salafist networks,” said the homes of some 20 individuals had been searched in the raids in Frankfurt, Solingen, Düsseldorf and Gladbeck.

The minister announced a ban on three militant organizations that were targeted in the raids after increased surveillance by intelligence services.

The three were “DawaFFM,” “Islamische Audios,” and “An-Nussrah,” the latter being part of a group “Millatu Ibrahim,” which was banned when raids (pictured above) took place in June.

Friedrich claimed the groups hoped to change society in an “aggressive militant” way, replacing democracy with the rule of Sharia, or Islamic law.

German authorities have accused some Salafists, who favor a strict form of Sunni Islam, of condoning violence against state institutions. Officials believe there are about 4,500 Salafists in the country.

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Egypt Bans Youtube.com For Hosting Amateur Anti-Islam Film

Egypt has taken another step closer to becoming a country without any kinds of freedoms of expression. Given the currant state of the country you would think the powers that be would have more important issues to deal with than banning Youtube for allowing the amateur film ‘The Innocence Of Muslims’ to be hosted on its website.  Egypt’s new constitution heavily influenced by Sharia Law involves making it against the law to make insulting comments about religious prophets. Well Muslim religious prophets anyway even if the comments they class as insulting are actually the truth like the the Innocence Of Muslim film. The film only depicted the Prophet Muhammed as the Islamic holy scriptures shows him. As a blood thirsty dictator with paedophile tendencies. To Muslims the truth about their Islamic role model hurts.

Egypt blocks YouTube for posting Anti-Islam film ‘Innocence of Muslims’ which sparked worldwide riots and resulted in the death of 50 people

  • 14-minute film trailer released on video-sharing site last September
  • Egypt’s constitution includes ban on insulting ‘religious prophets’
  • YouTube ban will last one month, if it is enforced

By SEAN O’HARE

PUBLISHED: 01:44, 10 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:04, 11 February 2013

A Cairo court today ordered the government to block access to the video-sharing website YouTube for 30 days for carrying an anti-Islam film that caused deadly riots across the world.

Judge Hassouna Tawfiq ordered YouTube be blocked for carrying the film, which he described as “offensive to Islam and the Prophet (Muhammad).”

He made the ruling in the Egyptian capital where the first protests against the film erupted last September before spreading to more than 20 countries, killing more than 50 people.

no freedom of expression in islam. anti youtube and google placards Muslim Action Forum protest at Google against video 'Innocence of Muslims' on YouTube.
no freedom of expression in islam. anti youtube and google placards Muslim Action Forum protest at Google against video 'Innocence of Muslims' on YouTube. Muslim Action Forum protest at Google against video 'Innocence of Muslims' on YouTube.

A Cairo court today ordered the the Egyptian government to block access to YouTube for one month after the video-sharing website carried an anti-Islam film last year.  Muslims from all backgrounds waved placards last year in cities across the world in protest at YouTube and Google refusing to take the video down

The ruling, however, can be appealed and, based on precedent, might not be enforced.

The 14-minute trailer for the movie ‘Innocence of Muslims’ portrays the Muslim Prophet Muhammad, a central figure to Islam, as a religious fraud, womaniser and pedophile. It was produced in the United States by an Egyptian-born Christian who’s now a US citizen.

Egypt’s new constitution includes a ban on insulting ‘religious messengers and prophets.’

 

 

Broadly worded, blasphemy laws were also in effect under former President Hosni Mubarak prior to his removal in a popular revolt two years ago.

Human rights lawyer Gamal Eid said the decision to ban YouTube stems in large part from a lack of knowledge among judges about how the internet works. Activists say this has led to a lack of courtroom discussion on technical aspects of digital technology, leaving cases based solely on threats to national security and defamation of religion.

‘This verdict shows that judges’ understanding of technology is weak,’ Eid said. ‘The judges do not realise that one wrong post on a website does not mean you have to block the entire website.’

islamo fascists burn usa flags baying for blood Bangladesh: Around 10,000 Muslims from half a dozen Islamist groups staged a noisy protest in Bangladeshi capital Dhaka, burning and trampling American flags while chanting anti-US slogans on September 14Angry: Kashmiri Muslim students shout anti-American and anti-Israeli slogans during a protest against a low-budget US film that depicts the Prophet Mohammed in Srinagar in September

Eid, who is executive director at The Arabic Network for Human Right Information, said the government should file an appeal and make it clear to judges that, at most, only specific pages on websites should be blocked.

His group released a statement saying that the decision to block YouTube is counterproductive, citing thousands of videos that seek to promote a better understanding of Islam and the Prophet Muhammad on the website.

YouTube’s parent company, Google, declined requests to remove the video from the website last year, but restricted access to it in certain countries, including Egypt, Libya and Indonesia, because it said the video broke laws in those countries.

At the height of the protests in September, YouTube was ordered blocked in several countries, including Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah issued an order blocking all websites with access to the anti-Islam film in the conservative kingdom.

Lawyer Mohammed Hamid Salim, who filed the case against the Egyptian government, alleged the film constitutes a threat to Egypt’s security, adding that YouTube refused to remove the film despite its offensive content. Protesters in Cairo scaled the US Embassy’s walls and brought down the US flag in the first demonstration against the film last year.

More than 3,500 British Muslims, some from as far afield as Glasgow, waved banners and chanted slogans outside the search engine’s UK headquarters to demand the company removes the film from the internet in October.

moaning muslims are easy upset and quick to demand actions Anger: Barricades were erected as thousands of Muslims marched with banners bearing an array of slogansAnger: Barricades were erected as thousands of Muslims marched with banners bearing an array of slogans

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UK Muslim TV Channels Preach Hate And Violence

Reports that Islamic TV channels on the UK’s Sky network preach hate and violence to its viewers comes as little surprise to me. Muslim channels Peace TV, Noor TV, DM Digital and Takbeer Tv were among the channels guilty of preaching hateful and extremist views to British Muslims sat at home lapping it all up. All four of them feature renowned Muslim hate preachers who spout evil promoting murder, jihad and other violence, homophobia as well as anti Christian and Jewish views. The not so relevantly named ‘Peace TV’ is co owned by Zakir Naik, a Muslim extremist cleric who calls for the murder of gays and jihad on a regular basis. He is currently banned from entering the UK because of his radical views.

Time and time again, these so called religious scholars show the Muslims claim of being ‘The Religion Of Peace’ for the taqiyya that it really is. If those Islamic preachers who teach this hate cant behave civilly and rational. What chance is there that their disciples will act in any other way than that of their peers. Personally i dislike even calling Islam a religion because that’s insulting  to the followers of other peaceful faiths. Its nothing more than an evil cult.

Preachers of hate who spread their violent word on British TV channels

Muslim fundamentalists have used British television channels to preach in favour of violent crime and killing “apostates”.

Mohammed Farooq Nizami told NOOR TV that "Whoever shows disrespect for Prophet Muhammad will be given death penalty"
Mohammed Farooq Nizami told NOOR TV that “Whoever shows disrespect for Prophet Muhammad will be given death penalty”
Zakir Naik said on the "Dare to Ask" program on Peace TV that if a Muslim becomes a non-Muslim and propagates his new faith against Islam, the death penalty should be applied
Zakir Naik said on the “Dare to Ask” program on Peace TV that if a Muslim becomes a non-Muslim and propagates his new faith against Islam, the death penalty should be applied

The communications watchdog, Ofcom, has made a series of rulings against channels which allowed “inflammatory” material to be broadcast in breach of rules which forbid extreme opinions gaining a platform on British television.

The cases, disclosed today, include examples of an imam telling viewers that those who disrespect the prophet Mohammed should be killed, and another broadcaster saying homosexuals should be beaten and tortured.

The stations were found to have committed serious breaches of the broadcasting code by allowing the extreme opinions to be aired unchallenged.

Last night experts warned that the extent and seriousness of the broadcasting breaches raises questions over whether extreme Muslim speakers who were previously confined to small audiences in mosques are able to reach thousands more people by broadcasting intolerant teachings on television.

Although the channels have tiny audiences compared to the mainstream, they are targeted at Muslim communities, including people of Pakistani background, with some of the content being broadcast in Urdu and other languages.

The cases identified by Ofcom include:

* An Islamic scholar who told viewers: “It is your duty … to kill those who insult Prophet Mohammed.”

* A preacher banned from coming to Britain who used the channel – which he co-owns – to say anyone who left Islam should be put to death.

* A phone-in presenter who advocated “eliminating” anyone who disrespected Mohammed.

In some cases the channels had also breached a rule which states that they must keep recordings of all their output, raising the possibility that other inflammatory material has been broadcast but cannot be traced.

With the exception of one radio broadcaster, the channels ruled against by Ofcom are broadcast on the satellite provider Sky. It has no legal responsibility for what is broadcast on the channels it carries. It is up to the stations themselves to make sure they meet Ofcom’s standards and they can be fined or taken off the air if they do not.

The disclosure of the rulings by the broadcasting regulator comes despite a report in 2010 which warned that extremist material was being broadcast.

Tala Rajab, the researcher who wrote the report for Quilliam, the anti-extremist think-tank, said the fresh findings by Ofcom raised serious questions over the regulation of broadcast material.

“Some of these recent incidents have been quite shocking,” he said.

“If this had happened in a mosque the police would be right in pursuing a criminal investigation. But because they are being broadcast on television channels for some reason there seems to be little appetite for looking into these extreme messages.

“If these kind of comments were made against black people, for example, you can imagine a channel being shut down overnight, particularly if they had incited violence against a minority.”

The 2010 report found that the Islam Channel, Britain’s largest Islamic broadcaster, had continued to ignore Ofcom rules about impartiality and allowed controversial viewpoints to be aired despite a fine and other sanctions being imposed. It is not among the subjects of the five Ofcom rulings disclosed today.

In December a Leeds radio station, Radio Asian Fever, was fined £4,000 for breaching broadcasting rules in programmes involving a presenter called “Sister Ruby Ramadan”.

She told listeners that homosexuals should be beaten and tortured.

“If there are two such persons among you, that do this evil, the shameful act, what do you have to do? Torture them; punish them; beat them and give them mental torture,” said the presenter.

Jabbar Karim, the station’s managing director, said: “We are very embarrassed. This was a one-off incident which will never be repeated.”

Takbeer TV, based in Nottingham, has been found in breach of the code twice in 18 months for programmes which denigrated the minority Ahmadi Muslim sect. Founded in the 19th century its followers are considered by some mainstream Muslims to be misguided or even heretical.

Contributors to the most recent programmes investigated by Ofcom said Ahmadis had a “disease” and “monstrous” intentions.

Ofcom said Takbeer TV had subjected the sect’s followers to “abusive treatment” and that they would now consider an appropriate sanction such as a fine.

An Ofcom spokesman said: “The majority of Islamic channels comply with our rules. However, where we identify issues through our monitoring or complaints we investigate fully and take firm enforcement action.”

He said it was Ofcom’s duty to regulate licence holders rather than the responsibility of carriers such as Sky. However, carriers are free to decide which channels they offer, he added.

A Sky spokesman said: “Sky operates an open and regulated platform. This means any broadcaster with an appropriate Ofcom licence is free to seek distribution over the satellite platform.”

There are 14 Muslim TV free-to-air channels in Britain but their audiences are not measured by BARB, the source of viewing figures.

Takbeer TV failed to respond when asked to comment.

Preachers of hate on British TV: what they said that broke the broadcasting rules

Muslim fundamentalists have been found breaching the strict rules on what can be broadcast on the airwaves in Britain, by inciting violence and intolerance.

Abdul Qadir Jilani, left, told viewers Islamic texts authorised killing those who had left the faith

Abdul Qadir Jilani, left, told viewers Islamic texts authorised killing those who had left the faith

By David Barrett, Home Affairs Correspondent

9:00PM GMT 09 Feb 2013

Ofcom, the broadcasting regulator, has made a series of new rulings against minority channels, which are disclosed here for the first time.

The broadcasters and stations which broke the rules are:

Name: Dr Zakir Naik

Channel: Peace TV

Programme: Dare to Ask

Date: March 8, 2012

What was said: “One group of scholars, they say that if a Muslim, if he becomes a non-Muslim [inaudible] he should be put to death.

“There is another group of scholars who say that if a Muslim becomes a non-Muslim and propagates his new faith against Islam then he should be put to death.

“I tend to agree more with the second group of scholars, who say that a Muslim, if he becomes a non-Muslim and propagates his new faith against Islam, that is the time this penalty is applied.”

What Ofcom ruled: “In Ofcom’s view it is potentially offensive for any service to broadcast comments suggesting that it is acceptable to apply a ‘penalty’ and kill any individual for renouncing their faith. Broadcasters must ensure that material which may cause offence is justified by the context.”

Dr Naik was banned from entering Britain in 2010 by Theresa May, the Home Secretary, after she ruled his presence was “not conducive to the public good”.

He had been due to give a series of lectures at arenas in Wembley and Sheffield. Mrs May said she was excluding him because his “numerous comments” were evidence of “unacceptable behaviour”.

The decision, later upheld by the High Court, was based on a sermon the Mumbai-based preacher had posted on the internet in 2006 which said “every Muslim should be a terrorist” and which went on: “Beware of Muslims saying Osama bin Laden is right or wrong. I reject them … we don’t know. But if you ask my view, if given the truth, if he is fighting the enemies of Islam, I am for him.”

However Dr Naik is the co-owner of Peace TV, a channel which is funded by a charity called the Islamic Research Foundation International.

In March last year he said in a programme he was presenting that it was appropriate to crucify, dismember or exile those who “wage war against Allah” under sharia law.

He also said it was correct to kill former Muslims who “propagate his new faith against Islam”.

Ofcom ruled Dr Naik’s show breached part of the code which states that offensive comments should be “justified by the context”.

A spokesman for PeaceTV said:”We are disappointed by Ofcom’s ruling, especially when the programme in question is an exposition of certain teachings from the Quran, which we felt were justified by the context, and didn’t attract a single complaint from a viewer.

“That said, we take our responsibilities extremely seriously and the programme will not be broadcast again.”

Name: Muhammad Farooq Nizami

Channel: Noor TV

Programme: Paigham-e-Mustafa (“Message of Mustafa”)

Date: May 3, 2012

What was said: “There is absolutely no doubt about it that the punishment for the person who shows disrespect for the Prophet is death. No one disagrees about this.

“Whoever shows disrespect for Prophet Muhammad will be given death penalty. In the whole world, there should be slaves of Mustafa [Muhammad] everywhere, and disrespectful people should be eliminated.

“One has to choose one’s own method. Our way is the peaceful way but when someone crosses the limits, faith-base emotions are instigated.”

What Ofcom ruled: “The breaches in this case … are regarded by Ofcom as serious breaches of the code.

“Ofcom is very concerned that Al Ehya [Noor TV’s parent company] still does not appear to recognise the very serious issues raised by the broadcast of Mr Nizami’s comments.”

In its ruling, Ofcom highlighted the Danish cartoon case from 2005, in which death threats were made after a newspaper published 12 images of Mohammed, and the murder of Dutch film-maker Theo van Gogh in 2004 after his film Submission was condemned by Islamic clerics.

Ofcom told Noor TV’s owners in December that it is considering imposing a fine.

A Noor TV spokesman said: “We have appointed some new directors and implemented a whole range of new training, including having the Ofcom rules translated into Urdu.”

Al Ehya Digital Television Limited, the owner of Noor TV, said Ofcom was taking a “prejudiced view” of the programme.

Noor TV is also shown across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. In 2011, the channel was fined £75,000 by Ofcom for a number of breaches of the code, including soliciting £1,000 donations in exchange for prayers which it said would improve health and good fortune.

Dr Mohammed Iqbal, a pharmacist from Nottingham who is a director of Noor TV, said: “We are trying to get our house in order. We are sending out messages of peace. Anything else is unacceptable to anybody.”

Name: Abdul Qadir Jilani

Channel: DM Digital

Programme: Rehmatul Lil Alameen (“Mercy unto the Worlds”)

Date: October 9, 2011

What was said: “The matter of insulting the prophet does not fall in the category of terrorism.

“Those who cannot kill such men have no faith.

“It is your duty, the duty of those who recite the holy verse, to kill those who insult Prophet Mohammed.

“Under the guidance from Islamic texts it is evident that if a Muslim apostatises, then it is not right to wait for the authorised courts; anyone may kill him.

“An apostate deserves to be killed and any man may kill him.”

What Ofcom ruled: “The statements … did amount to direct calls to action and were likely to incite or encourage crime or to lead to disorder.”

Mr Jilani is an imam at the Dar-ul-Uloom mosque in Walthamstow having studied in Pakistan, where he was born, and Saudi Arabia.

Dr Liaqat Malik, 54, the chairman of DM Digital, accused Ofcom of bias towards ethnic minorities and said the comments were taken out of context.

“I think Ofcom interpreted his comments wrongly. He wasn’t saying people should kill. He was talking about Pakistan’s blasphemy law,” said Dr Malik.

“We wouldn’t allow anyone to use our TV channel to talk about killing like that. It’s not religious TV, it’s educational, community TV.

“There are cultural differences and I think Ofcom doesn’t understand that. Some of the Ofcom committee members should be picked from the Muslim community.”

Muslim Dictator Bans Santa From Uzbekistan For Being Christian

The Islamo-fascist Uzbekistan President Islam Karimov has cancelled Christmas for the nations minority Christians by banning Father Frost, the Russian equivalent of Santa Claus. because Christmas is a Christian holy day.The former Soviet  Republics Muslim dictatorship seem hell-bent on erasing Christianity from their society by constantly discriminating against infidels living there. It was only last week the Christianphobe authorities started fining people for praying and ordered the destruction of bibles and other religious materials.

No ‘Bad Santas’ for Uzbekistan: Father Frost thrown out from local TV

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Published: 10 December, 2012, 19:10

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RIA Novosti / Alexey Danichev

RIA Novosti / Alexey Danichev

If you happen to celebrate the New Year in Uzbekistan don’t expect to see Father Frost and his snow maiden on local TV. The government has allegedly imposed an informal ban on showing images of the key Slavic New Year characters.

Even the traditional New Year staple – a Christmas tree – can be shown on local TV only if it’s small enough and shown from far away.

The censure move is said to be similar to the semi-official ban on celebrating New Year’s Eve in 2005.

According to the UzMetronom news website, the government headed by President Islam Karimov has imposed the informal ban encouraged by a group of politicians keen to preserve traditional Asian values in the country.

Local newspapers have long reported on the harmful influence of mass culture on Central Asian nation.

It’s not the first time the Republic has proved hostile to holidays and cultures perceived as ‘alien’. Ahead of this year’s St Valentine’s Day local authorities reportedly canceled some concerts, organizing readings of poems of the first Mughal Emperor Babur instead.