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Busted – Bolton Mosque Taqiyya Over Hate Preacher Appearance

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.

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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.

Bashir Sharma, of the mosque,told Bolton News

: “It’s not true. There was a rumour he was coming, but he’s definitely not coming.

“We have Munawwar Ateeq coming from Birmingham instead.

“We have sent our own posters out, so I don’t know what’s happened there.

“We haven’t done the poster with Mr Qadri’s name, so I’m expecting it was probably malicious.”

Mr Qadri’s has made headlines in the UK and in Pakistan.

He was quoted in the case of Tanveer Ahmed, the Bradford taxi driver who in March stabbed to death Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah for posting an Easter greeting to Christians.

Spokesmen from two other mosques in Bolton both said “I have never heard of him” when asked about the cleric.

 

Malicious, never heard of him……….thats funny as here is the hate preacher on his previous visits to Bolton

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 Patrol’ Member Breaches ASBO Using Dawah Stall To Promote Sharia In UK

Extremist Muslim convert Ricardo McFarlane. Muslim patrol islamofascist breached ASBO preventing him from promoting Islam
Extremist Muslim convert Ricardo McFarlane. Muslim patrol islamofascist breached ASBO preventing him from promoting Islam

Back in 2013, three Muslim converts and associates of hate preacher Anjem Choudary caused outrage when online videos came to light showing them trying to enforce sharia law on British streets. The group calling themselves the ‘Muslim patrol‘ were seen harrasing and threatening innocent non-Muslims minding their own business . The 3 extremist Muslim Patrol members were  Jordan Horner, Royal Barnes, and one Ricardo McFarlane.

The sharia patrol islamofascists were all subsequently arrested and jailed for their extremist dawah campaign on the streets of London which they called ‘Muslim areas’. On release from their short prison spells. The three extremists were handed 5 year ASBO orders preventing them from carrying out dawah by distributing material or accosting members of the public and causing them ‘harassment, alarm or distress’. It also barred them from mixing with other extremist ex-members of ‘Muslims against crusades’

Judge Timothy Pontius admitted the order was “drastic” but at the Old Bailey added: “With the public interest in mind and the safety of individual members of the public in particular, it seems to me essential that these orders should be granted to run for that period of time.”

Well despite the ASBO and the threat of being recalled to prison, it appears  fundamentalist  Ricardo McFarlane is back up to his old tricks. Ignoring the court order and setting up dawah stalls in various locations of London to try and spread his extreme version of political Islam.

A Muslim convert is accused of breaking an Asbo by touring London preaching Sharia Law to members of the public, a court heard.

Ricardo McFarlane, 29, allegedly set up street stalls and handed out leaflets to passersby arguing the virtues of Islamic rule. It is claimed he was breaking an anti-social behaviour order banning him from promoting Sharia Law in public and making unsolicited approaches to members of the public on the subject.

McFarlane appeared at Westminster magistrates court on Tuesday accused of four breaches of the Asbo and one charge of possession of fake Spanish ID document.Wearing a dark coloured traditional Islamic robe and a green and black head scarf, McFarlane pleaded not guilty to all charges and insisted on standing up throughout the hearing.

It is said he first set up stall in Enfield Town on March 24 where he allegedly “distributed unsolicited material and made unsolicited approaches to members of the public in order to promote Sharia Law”.McFarlane was allegedly outside TopShop in Oxford Street the following day with a similar stall, and is said to have gone to Tooting Broadway Station on April 4 and Kingsland Road in Dalston on April 16.

He allegedly handed out leaflets promoting Sharia Law to the public during all the demonstrations, and is accused of “causing harassment alarm and distress”.McFarlane, of no fixed address, was remanded in custody until a hearing at Southwark crown court on December 27.

Source: Muslim convert ‘broke Asbo by preaching Sharia law in London’ | London Evening Standard

Hate Preacher Shakeel Begg Loses Libel Action Against BBC For Being Called Extremist

Shakeel Begg, one of the UKs most notorious hate preachers has lost a libel action against the BBC after a judge ruled he had promoted violence.

Begg at an extremist rally in support of jailed Muslim terrorists
Begg at an extremist rally in support of jailed Muslim terrorists

 Begg who is the imam at  Lewisham Islamic Centre, London tried suing the BBC after being accused on the Sunday Politics show by host Andrew Neil of espousing extreme beliefs. Something those of us familiar with Shakeel Begg know to be completely true.

The judge said that Lewisham Islamic Centre’s chief imam had hidden his true views behind a cloak of respectability.Mr Justice Haddon-Cave said he “clearly promotes and encourages violence in support of Islam and espouses a series of extremist Islamic positions”.”On occasions when it has suited him…he has shed the cloak of respectability and revealed the horns of extremism.”

Lewisham Islamic Centre has long been known as an extremist hotspot. Both Woolwich killers of Lee Rigby regularly attended the mosque. Extremist Shakeel Begg has often spoke in favour of jihad and is a known supporter of terrorist sympathisers  CAGE(prisoners). Speaking at many of their events  in support of jailed Muslim terrorists including one outside Belmarsh prison.

Shakeel Begg has also spoken at protests calling for the release of Aatifa Siddique aka ‘Lady Al-Qaeda’ who is a convicted killer and serving a life sentence in the US. His fellow LIC mosque imam  Ilyas Townsend is a leading figure in the extremist group campaigning for the female jihadist murderers release from prison

Begg  is also a favoured guest speaker of far-left extremists, Unite Against Fascism. The communist UAF more than happy to get in bed with islamofascists to help attack the establishment from within.

Below is a video of Begg speaking  at an event for Hhugs, a charity entirely dedicated to helping the families of terrorists arrested and convicted here in the UK.

“Helping the families of brothers who are in prison, giving to those families, supporting those families, coming to their aid when they are in times of need and help, is like as if we are making jihad in the path of Allah. And we know jihad in the path of Allah is of the greatest of deeds that a Muslim can take part in.”

Here’s Begg at another terrorist cheerleader event. Its Cageprisoners this time, the fans of jailed terrorists founded by an ex gitmo detainee. Begg hails former Guantanamo inmates as “inspiring” and worthy of a divine salute. 

“…[it is] inspiring to be amongst some of our brothers who made hijra [migration] in the path of Allah, who made jihad in the path of Allah, who suffered in the path of Allah, our brothers from Guantanamo Bay. May Allah have mercy upon them, may Allah accept all their good deeds and all their fasting especially in the month of Ramadan, and may Allah grant them Jannah [paradise].”

Andrew Neil on the set of Sunday Politics
The BBC said it was right to stand by the journalism of the Sunday Politics show, presented by Andrew Neil

Shakeel Begg is extremely influential among islamists in the UK where he promotes Salafi (wahabi) brand of Islam. The same warped ideology as that of ISIS, Al-Qaeda, Anjem Choudary and the majority of other Muslim undesirables.

In November 2013, BBC presenter Andrew Neil alleged on the Sunday Politics that the imam had said that jihad was the greatest of deeds.

Despite the imam’s protestations during the libel trial, Mr Justice Haddon-Cave said four of his speeches showed he had promoted such violence and two that he had espoused extremist positions.

“Shakeel Begg, is something of a Jekyll and Hyde character,” he said.

“He appears to present one face to the general, local and inter-faith community and another to particular Muslim and other receptive audiences. The former face is benign, tolerant and ecumenical.”The latter face is ideologically extreme and intolerant.”

In one speech in 2006, Imam Begg encouraged a student audience to fight in the Palestinian territories. Two years later he praised Muslims who had travelled abroad to fight enemies of Islam.

A third speech outside the maximum security Belmarsh Prison in south-east London, which holds some of the most dangerous terrorism convicts in the country, was described by the judge as “particularly sinister”. 

“The various core extremist messages which emerge from the claimant’s speeches and utterances would, in my view, have been quite clear to the audiences.

“The claimant’s ostensible cloak of respectability is likely to have made his [extremist] message in these speeches all the more compelling and seductive. For this reason, therefore, his messages would have been all the more effective and dangerous.

“It is all too easy for someone in the claimant’s position of power and influence as an Imam to plant the seed of Islamic extremism in a young mind, which is then liable to be propagated on the internet.”

A spokesman for the BBC welcomed the ruling against the imam who now faces an enormous legal bill.

“We were right to stand by the journalism of the Sunday Politics. The judge has concluded, based on the evidence, that Imam Begg has preached religious violence and an extremist worldview in his remarks.”

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

London Mosque Hands Out ‘Kill Those Who Insult Islam’ Leaflets Inciting Murder

A major mosque in London have been handing out extremist  leaflets to Muslims attending events calling for Muslims to kill us unbelievers who insult the backwards Islamic religion or its evil false prophet Mohammed. The leaflets were given out at handed to worshippers at the Dar-ul-Uloom Qadria Jilania mosque in Walthamstow and credited to its controversial Iman, Syed Abdul Qadir Jilani

The leaflets are not only a Muslim committed hate crime but a clear incitement to commit murder.

Muslim apologists always claim that Islam is ‘the religion of peace’ and any nefarious actions are carried out by people who are not real Muslims. If any of that was remotely true how do they explain this one away…….You cant find a place more Islamic than a mosque and you can hardly say its Imam is a fake Muslim given his standing in the Muslim community.

How much longer are British authorities going to continue pussyfooting around Muslims and their Mosques allowing  Islamofascist clerics  to spout their racist and religious hatred to the Muslim masses. The longer they are allowed to continue getting away with it the more trivialized and widespread it will come.

Would Tommy Robinson of got away with handing out leaflets inciting murder to Muslims at a Pegida or EDL protest???  Not a chance, he gets a charge sheet for holding a flag saying ‘f*ck ISIS’ whilst abroad so would have been arrested long before handing any  leaflets out. So why are Muslims given special treatment by the police and do and say as they wish without prosecution. 

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Police today launched a hate crime probe after literature saying those who insult Islam “must be killed” was allegedly handed out at a London mosque.

A Standard investigation has uncovered claims that the booklet, which says “any Muslim should kill” those who insult the Prophet Mohammed, was distributed at a gathering in Walthamstow.It points to a classical manual of Islamic law to justify killings without waiting for court judgments and says apostates “deserve to be assassinated”.

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The booklet discusses the case of Mumtaz Qadri, a fanatic who murdered a governor in Pakistan in 2011 because of his support for liberal reforms to the country’s strict Islamic laws.It says “all Muslims should support” Qadri and that being a “big shot” does not prevent someone from being an apostate who should face being killed.The booklet which is being probed by police

After the Standard alerted police to the booklet, Scotland Yard today said it was probing the literature “to establish whether a criminal offence has taken place”.One worshipper who was given the booklet told the Standard: “The event was a few months ago. I took one, but other people took them as well. “I think more than 100 people were at this event. It was at Giyarween Shareef [a holy gathering]. “Two or three people delivered the leaflet. Unfortunately, I am shocked. I think it gives a bad impression. Islam teaches when you live here you obey the law and the rule of law, but this is not doing that.”

4daraluloom0710a.jpgThe leaflet was allegedly handed to some worshippers at the Dar-ul-Uloom Qadria Jilania mosque in Walthamstow .

The Standard has learned that the leaflet carries the name of preacher Syed Abdul Qadir Jilani on its front cover. It came to light after it was allegedly handed to some worshippers at the Dar-ul-Uloom Qadria Jilania mosque in Walthamstow, where Mr Jilani is an imam.

Mr Jilani, who once landed a British-Pakistani TV network in trouble after it showed a live sermon with him allegedly “advocating violence”, denies writing the booklet despite his name being on the cover and his picture appearing on the back.He told the Standard the booklet had been “falsely attributed” to him, that he did not “authorise” the use of his name or picture and did not give permission for any of his sermons to be reproduced.

4qaadri0710a.jpgA poster of  Mumtaz Qadri, who killed a governor in Pakistan for backing liberal reforms

He said he did not agree with the booklet’s contents and that he did not know “if, why or how” it was distributed in the mosque.He added that if it had been distributed in the mosque, then this had been without his knowledge and “without authorisation by either me or any member of the committee”.

The mosque is also home to the International Muslim Movement charity, for which Mr Jilani is a trustee.Watchdog the Charity Commission today said it was also “urgently” looking into the material and poised to launch its own investigation.Rupert Sutton, an extremism researcher at the Henry Jackson Society think tank, said: “The police and other relevant agencies should investigate immediately.“Giving religious cover to sectarian violence puts whole communities at risk. Anyone promoting such material must face the full extent of the law.”

Mr Jilani was also at the centre of controversy when broadcasting regulator Ofcom fined Islamic station DM Digital £85,000 in 2013.Mr Jilani reportedly said Muslims were under a duty to kill those who insulted the Prophet Mohammed during an on-screen sermon.

A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “We will be assessing the contents of these leaflets to establish whether any criminal offence has taken place.”We are committed to tackling hate crime in all its forms and have long since recognised the impact of hate crime on communities.”The Charity Commission said: “We are assessing the information received as a matter of urgency so as to establish the facts and have contacted the charity’s trustees for their response.”

At this time, the commission has not opened a statutory inquiry into the charity. However, if the information provided is accurate it would raise serious regulatory concerns.”According to Land Registry records, Mr Jilani co-owns the mosque with three others. He told the Standard: “I do not agree with the booklet’s contents. I am not aware of if, why or how, the booklet was distributed in Dar-ul-Uloom Qadria Jilania.“If it was distributed… then this was done without any authorisation by either me or any member of the  committee of Dar-ul-Uloom

Qadria Jilania.”Regarding the Ofcom fine he said: “Ofcom made a decision against DM Digital TV, not me. Ofcom has failed to understand the speech in the context in which the referenced comment was made.”

He told the Evening Standard that his remarks were in response to a question about Islamic law as applied in Pakistan.

He said: “I vehemently deny advocating the killing of anyone; this is terrorism. I have spoken out several times against terrorism in public.

“A fatwa was recently issued against me, which purported to deem me an infidel for speaking out against  terrorism, here in the UK, and I reported it to Chingford police. The killing of innocent people cannot be legitimised.”

Source: Leaflet ‘handed out at east London mosque’ tells Muslims to kill all who insult the prophet | London Evening Standard

Yorkshire Ripper: Serial Killer Peter Sutcliffe To Become A Muslim In Prison

Peter Sutcliffe Yorkshire Ripper HMP Frankland

Reports today claim that the Yorkshire Ripper, Peter Sutcliffe is converting to Islam. The sadistic serial killer was recently transferred from his cushy pad in Broadmoor to Cat A prison HMP Frankland in Durham. Now fearing for his life from fellow lags who dont take to well to sex offenders and woman killers. The monster is ready to convert to Islam for protection from Muslim gangs  and the extra perks he will receive. 

Islam is certainly the right religion for Sutcliffe that’s for sure. Islam will happily take the absolute filth of humanity. Much like the Yorkshire Ripper  the very nature  of Islam is rotten to the core.  Women hating, murder and sexual deviancy were all traits of Islams founder and perfect Muslim, Mohammed. Both also used voices from God to justify their vile actions

Serial killer peter sutcliffe aka Yorkshire Ripper murder victims
Yorkshire Ripper Victims

Yorkshire Ripper turns to Islam: Muslim inmates to protect Sutcliffe behind bars

THE Yorkshire Ripper is set to become a Muslim after hardline Islamists offered to protect him in prison

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SERIAL KILLER: Peter Sutcliffe has already had death threats since he moved to HMP Frankland

Serial killer Peter Sutcliffe has already had death threats since he moved to HMP Frankland.

And now Muslim gang members have offered to take him under their wing – but only if he converts to Islam.

They told the 70-year-old monster that changing faith will also allow him access to a special diet.

In addition, he will get more time out of his cell and the right to refuse certain types of prison work.

Sources informed the Daily Star Sunday that Sutcliffe has faced daily threats to his life since arriving at the Durham jail.

Peter SutcliffeRIPPER: Muslim gang members have offered to take Sutcliffe under their wing

Inmates have also verbally abused and spat at him.

Frankland Prison is regarded as one of the toughest in Britain.

It is home to serial killers and some of the country’s most violent offenders.

Four years ago, child rapist Mitchell Harrison, 23, was disembowelled by two lags inside the jail.

Prisoners have told Sutcliffe the same fate awaits him.

It is understood he was approached by a member of an Asian gang while being escorted back to his cell.

One Muslim inmate told Sutcliffe he was a marked man in prison and would be dead within a month unless he had friends to protect him.

It is understood that the gang has arranged for Sutcliffe to have a meeting with a prison imam – a Muslim cleric – in the next few weeks.

The same gang also befriended serial killer Levi Bellfield, 48, who converted to Islam while doing time in another jail.

He is now known as Yusuf Rahim.

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THREATS: Frankland Prison is regarded as one of the toughest in Britain

Bellfield, also a Frankland inmate, is serving a wholelife sentence for the murder of 13-year-old Milly Dowler, 19-year-old Marsha McDonnell and Amelie Delagrange, 22.

A source said: “HMP Frankland is ruled by gangs and you are either in a white gang, black gang or Asian gang.

“If you are a child killer, rapist or a mass murderer, the only gang who are going to let you in are the Muslims but you have to convert to Islam.”

Sutcliffe, who was convicted in 1981 of murdering 13 women and attempting to kill seven more, lost his fight to remain in Broadmoor secure hospital almost two weeks ago.

He was sent to the facility in Berkshire in 1984 after being diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.

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JAIL: Sutcliffe has faced daily threats to his life since arriving

But a health tribunal ruled last December that he no longer needs treatment for the mental disorder.

His move to Frankland will save taxpayers around £250,000 a year. Sutcliffe, from Bradford, preyed on women in West Yorkshire and Manchester from 1975 to 1980.

The beast, who worked as a lorry driver during his reign of terror, usually beat them to death with a hammer before mutilating their bodies.

During his trial, Sutcliffe claimed that God had ordered him to murder his victims.

The former gravedigger said the voice came to him from the headstone of a Polish man in a cemetery where he worked.

Video: Hate Filled Muslim Girl In Burka Beheads A Toy Doll

This video shows the real Islam that unfortunately the majority of people are blinded to. A young Muslim  girl no doubt brainwashed from birth by her Islamofascist peers. The child wearing the oppressive black burka starts by rambling on to the camera like savage killer Jihadi John does in an ISIS execution video.Before taking a kitchen knife and beheading a plastic toy doll. Holding the dolls cut off head in her hand. The child declares ‘Allah akbar’

With Muslim parents and mosques filling children’s heads with hate for all things not Islamic. You cannot help but worry about how things will be when the next generation of Muslims like the girl in the video become adults
 

TellMama Appoint Extremist 9/11 Conspiracy Theorist

Government funded Tell Mama have appointed yet another controversial extremist to their ranks according to a post at Harrys Place. He is discredited writer and conspiracy theorist Nafeez Ahmed. The extremist is a fierce critic of the governments anti terrorism PREVENT program and recently involved in a much publicised spat with Quilliam’s Maajid Nawaz over his support for PREVENT.

Ironically TellMama founder Fiyaz Mughal has been more than happy to accept government hand outs from PREVENT.  Maybe Mr Mughal should answer the question : Is TellMama pro or anti PREVENT as from here it looks like they are playing both sides to suit themselves

9/11 conspiracy theories in Ahmeds book
9/11 conspiracy theories in Ahmeds book

 

Below is From Harrys Place:

TellMAMA Decides to work with Conspiracy Theorist and 911 Truther

This is a guest post by Amjad Khan

TellMAMA is an organisation that was set up in 2012 in order to record incidents of anti-Muslim bigotry and hate-crime. The organisation has received considerable government funding over the years and was referenced in a recent governmentreport on hate crime as an example of a project the government supports. The group did attract criticism when they decided to appoint the highly controversial foul-mouthed cyber-bully Nathan Lean to their advisory board. However, it seems they decided to court controversy once again by announcingthey are to work with the highly discredited faux writer and conspiracy theorist Nafeez Ahmed.

Readers of this blog will already be familiar with Nafeez and the bizarre world he inhabits. It seems Nafeez spent much of his early career trying to prove that 9/11 was an inside joborchestrated by the US government as a pretext to invade Muslim countries. He also believes the intention of the UK’s Prevent strategy is to “spy on Muslims” – least forgetting this is the same strategy that poured tax-payers money into funding TellMAMA and his wife’s old organisation Muslim Youth Helpline. The height of Nafeez’s absurdity came when he claimed a NASA funded study proved the hypothesis of an ‘irreversible civilisation collapse’. Nafeez is also convinced that David Cameron is Britain’s leading violent extremist? and the Prevent strategy will “radicalise us all.” He is clearly a loon with a loose grasp on reality.

So the question arises – what the hell are TellMAMA playing at?

They either share his paranoid and delusional worldview, are ashamed of their relationship with Government as well as their acquisition of funding for counter-extremism projects – or they are just dumb. TellMAMA’s work with Nafeez Ahmed is dangerous to the counter-extremism message they state to promote. Legitimising an individual who is so keen on promoting the UK as a wildly Islamophobic country will (unsurprisingly) completely undermines and discredits their work to challenge anti-Muslim bigotry. What does this mean to funders and supporters of TellMAMA? Surely if TellMAMA works so openly with Nafeez Ahmed they supposedly share the view that counter-extremism projects are aimed at driving up Islamophobia; therefore to support TellMAMA is to support fear-mongers and conspiracy theorists that seek to drive up Islamophobia?

In reality this is the situation TellMAMA has founded itself in by playing a painfully obvious “double-game.” It aims to appeal to the Government and funders that want to engage in counter-extremism projects whilst simultaneously appealing to a certain regressive strands within Muslim communities who portray the UK as Islamophobic and Muslims as doomed victims.

This double game was also apparent when one looks at TellMAMA’s relationship with the Quilliam Foundation, whereby founder Fiyaz Moghul had to defend sharing a platform with Quilliam to launch a report and then a year later releasing a press statement of how Quilliam are tied to anti-Muslim bigotry. TellMAMA needs to be much more confident in asserting its values, if indeed it has any. The public are not stupid, and won’t be easily fooled by such an obvious double game.

Read more about Tell Mama and its discredited founder Fiyaz Mughal:

‘Anti Islamophobic Attack Monitor’ TellMama Linked To Muslim Extremists

TellMama / Faith Matters-Fiyaz Mughal’s Islamic Money Making Machine

Video:Fiyaz Mughal Supports Islamist Idea Of Non Democratic Caliphate / Shares Platform With Extremist

National Union of Students Elects Terrorist Sympathizer Malia Bouattia As President

Known race agitator and terrorist supporter Malia Bouattia has been voted president of the National Union of Students.  Bouattia infamously blocked a motion condemning ISIS claiming it was Islamophobic to do so. The extremist who now has even more influence over hundreds of thousands students is a prominent activist for communist umbrella groups such as Unite Against Fascism and well known for her hatred of white and Jewish people.

Expect to see much more controversy from this Muslim trouble causer in the near future 

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National Union of Students elects Malia Bouattia as president

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A student criticised for not supporting a motion condemning the so-called Islamic State has been voted president of the National Union of Students.

But the NUS says Malia Bouattia was disputing the wording of the motion and not the principle – and backed a later condemnation of the terror group.

The student also co-wrote an article describing Birmingham University as “something of a Zionist outpost”.

Ms Bouattia will be the NUS’s first black Muslim woman president.

The newly-elected NUS leader promised to put “liberation at the heart of our work”.

“From cuts to maintenance grants, college closures, the black attainment gap and the Prevent agenda, the number of voices and groups being silenced by this government grows by day.”

Her campaigns have included “Why Is My Curriculum White?” and she has opposed the government’s Prevent counter-extremism strategy.

In 2011, she co-wrote a blog for a Friends of Palestine campaign group saying that“the University of Birmingham is something of a Zionist outpost in British Higher Education”.

The group also publicised that they were “re-enacting an Israeli checkpoint outside the university’s main library”.

Labour MP and former student leader Wes Streeting tweeted: “NUS is lost I’m afraid.” He said “it no longer represents students well”.

In a 2014 video from a Gaza and Palestinian Revolution event she questioned the value of the Middle East peace talks and warned of the influence of “mainstream Zionist-led media outlets”.

In October 2014, Ms Bouattia rejected a motion put forward by other students to condemn terrorist acts committed by the so-called Islamic State group.

The NUS says that this was a dispute over the appropriateness of the wording.

“Some committee members felt that the wording of the motion being presented would unfairly demonise all Muslims rather than solely the group of people it set out to rightfully condemn,” said an NUS spokeswoman.

The NUS says a subsequent motion condemned “the politics and methods of ISIS” and that this re-worded policy was supported by Ms Bouattia.

“NUS does not support ISIS and has always condemned violent terrorism,” said a union spokeswoman.

Last week Ms Bouattia responded to an open letter signed by university Jewish society leaders, rejecting claims of prejudice.

“It seems I have been misrepresented. I am extremely uncomfortable with insinuations of anti-Semitism.

“I want to be clear that for me to take issue with Zionist politics is not me taking issue with being Jewish.

“In fact, Zionist politics are held by people from a variety of different faiths, as are anti-Zionist politics.

“It is a political argument, not one of faith,” she said.

But Labour MP John Mann, and chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group Against Anti-Semitism, said the NUS “is not doing enough to combat anti-Jewish hatred, and as such is failing in its responsibilities to its members”