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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.”

Outrage as Incompetent Rotherham Council Remove Foster Children From UK-IP Carers

Rotherham is back in the news once again for all the wrong reasons. It seems those in authority there just cant help but make problems and negative attention  for themselves. Hardly creating a good image of the town with constant controversy. If you was looking to move to Yorkshire , then Rotherham would be right at the bottom of the list. First a couple of months ago was the Rotherham Muslim grooming gang cover up which indicated a massive problem with Muslim men targeting white schoolgirls which police and social services had covered up. Then along came local labour MP Denis McShane. First he stunned the public at an EDL demo in the town by telling them “to fuck off” which he was forced to apologize for. Then he was exposed as a thief for fiddling his expenses.

times_front_page Rotherham Muslim grooming gang cover up which indicated a massive problem with Muslim men targeting white schoolgirls which police and ROTHERHAM  social services had covered up.

Now along comes the latest own goal by the lefty loons from the labour run Rotherham council. The removal of 3 foster children from a couple because they are UK-IP supporters.The council social services in their infinite wisdom have decided that UK-IP a legitimate political party who have had no previous controversies are  far right racists. Down to their manifesto to halt immigration for 5 years and withdraw from the EU. It would now seem anyone with an opinion on immigration or the failings of  multiculturalism is automatically branded a racist like their a white supremacist party like a UK equivalent  of the Klu Klux Klan. I was under the misguided impression that in Britain we lived in a democratic society where people  are allowed to make up their own minds which political party they support.

To brand UK-IP as racist is totally ludicrous.They are hardly anything like the BNP who have  certain views which make them bordering on racists who themselves are a fair way off being on par with neo nazi white power types. UK-IP have landed the same un-justified racist label  that the English Defence League also did for speaking out about Islam. On neither UK-IP or the EDL’s official website or media will you find anything other than party policy’s which the political correctness loving left may not have the same opinion of.Certainly not out and out racism.


The socialist fools behind this decision want to stop listening to  fantasy propaganda that people like the UAF come out with. They will spot 10 nazi’s at a Jewish wedding if it benefited their own communist agenda. Even if they was far right or whatever since when did  some ones  political views make them a bad parent.Why should they be considered any more  a bad parent than any than a Jehovah witness who would refuse a blood transfusion for their child if they became ill.Or any Muslim that has ever attended 1 of the many mosques that has had a hate preacher as speaker.Surely that would make them an extremist. PC lovers who come out with senseless things like that must have that much human rights/pc stuff floating round in their heads that it has blinded them from the reality of the fact it will be those 3 children who will suffer worse from this after being uprooted from a settled environment.

Decision over UKIP couple fostering ‘indefensible’ – Gove

Education Secretary Michael Gove: "This decision is arbitrary, ideological, indefensible" says on idiots from Rotherham  council who removed foster children because the carers were UK independence party supporters

Education Secretary Michael Gove: “This decision is arbitrary, ideological, indefensible”

The foster parents say “no discussions” took place between them and the council prior to the children’s removal.

The children – who are European migrants – were removed by social workers who accused the unnamed couple of belonging to a “racist party”.

Council leader Roger Stone said it was launching an immediate inquiry.

The education secretary said the “wrong decision” was made “in the wrong way for the wrong reasons”.

He added that the Department for Education, under his leadership, would “ask the necessary questions” to determine what happened in this case.

Mr Gove told the BBC: “It is entirely wrong for this couple to have been treated in this way. That’s why I believe we need a full explanation from the local authority as to why this decision was allowed to be taken.

‘Ideological and indefensible’

“If we say you cannot foster children because you’re a member of a mainstream political party or because you have views on multiculturalism then that’s utterly wrong.

“This decision is arbitrary, ideological and indefensible.”

The education secretary added that the government was bringing forward new laws in the Children and Families’ Bill to reverse the current position, which takes into account ethnic and cultural factors when placing children for adoption.

“We want to make it clear that you should not allow ideological matters to preclude what’s in the best interest of the child.”

Rotherham councillor Paul Lakin, cabinet member for children, young people and families Services has ordered an immediate investigation.

He said: “Membership of a political party should not stop someone fostering children. The council takes its safeguarding responsibilities very seriously and always puts the needs of the children at the centre of that care.”

jobsworth loon Joyce Thacker, Rotherham Borough Council: The council's strategic director of children and young people's services, Joyce Thacker, earlier defended the decision, saying it was influenced by UKIP's immigration policy.

Joyce Thacker, Rotherham Borough Council: ”We had to seriously think about the long-term needs of the children”

Mr Lakin added he wanted the report on his desk by Monday morning.

The council’s strategic director of children and young people’s services, Joyce Thacker, earlier defended the decision, saying it was influenced by UKIP’s immigration policy.

She said: “I have legal advice I have to follow for the placement of children and I was criticised before for not making sure their cultural and ethnic needs were met.

“If the party mantra is, for example, ending the active promotion of multiculturalism I have to think about that… I have to think of their longer-term needs.

Ms Thacker added she did not think UKIP was a racist party, but said it had “very clear” immigration policies which she could not ignore.

UKIP immigration policy

  • An immediate five-year freeze on immigration for permanent settlement.
  • After the five year freeze, a strictly controlled, points-based system similar to Australia to be introduced.
  • An aspiration to ensure that future immigration does not exceed 50,000 people a year.
  • Regain control of UK borders by leaving the EU.
  • Repeal the 1998 Human Rights Act and withdraw from the European Convention on Human Rights.
  • Ensure British benefits are only available to UK citizens or those who have lived here for at least five years.
  • End the active promotion of the doctrine of multiculturalism by local and national government

SOURCE: UKIP website

The unnamed couple in their late 50s, who have been approved foster parents for seven years, were eight weeks into the placement when they were approached by social workers about their membership of the party.

The wife told the BBC she believed the decision had been taken “prior to the social worker visiting us in person to tell us that the children were being removed because we were UKIP members”.

She insisted they felt they were meeting the cultural needs of the three children.

“We were actively encouraging these children to speak their own language… we enjoyed singing one of their folk songs in their native language.

“Having been told of the religious denomination of these children – we took steps to ensure that a school of their denomination was found.

“The children have now been placed with families who are white British, therefore how are these people going to meet the cultural needs of the children?” she added.

UKIP’s immigration policy states the party wants an “end [to] the active promotion of the doctrine of multiculturalism by local and national government”, and urges Britain to leave the European Union (EU).

‘Very strange’ decision

The party’s leader, Nigel Farage, said he was “very upset and very angry” about the decision and called for “heads to roll” at the council.

He added: “This couple… have been fostering for many years and are very decent people. This was an awful shock to them, not to mention the upset for the children themselves.”

He also accused the Labour-controlled council of bigotry towards his party.

Earlier, Labour leader Ed Miliband called for the council to urgently investigate the circumstances of the case.

even labour party socialist leader Ed Miliband said it should "not be a bar", distancing himself from the decision made by Labour-run Rotherham Borough Council.

Ed Miliband: “What matters is the future of children in Rotherham and elsewhere.”

He insisted: “Being a member of UKIP should not be a bar to adopting or fostering children.

“We need to find out the facts and the council urgently needs to get to the bottom of exactly what happened.

“There are thousands of children who need to be looked after, who need fostering, we shouldn’t have the situation where membership of a party like UKIP excludes you from doing that.

“We need loving homes for children across the country. That can come in different forms, it’s not about what political party you are a member of,” he concluded.

Robert Tapsfield, chief executive of the Fostering Network, said the decision seemed “very strange” considering the council viewed the couple as providing a good standard of care.

“Unless there was something going wrong then I can’t see why they would have been moved, unless it was to a family that could meet their long-term needs.”

He said the placement of foster children should not be influenced by their political affiliations.


Alan SoadyPolitical correspondent, BBC News

There’s been an outbreak of agreement from the main parties on the principle that being a member of a political organisation such as UKIP should not prevent someone from being considered as a foster parent. Michael Gove called it “indefensible”. Ed Miliband said it should “not be a bar”, distancing himself from the decision made by Labour-run Rotherham Borough Council.

The investigation announced by the government and the council will seek to establish the circumstances of this particular case.

But, politically, it will be interesting to see whether it has any bearing on political campaigning in the run up to Thursday’s Parliamentary by-election in Rotherham.