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UK Asylum Guidelines Suggest Accepting Claims From Muslim Brotherhood Members

It is no wonder that the UK is seen throughout the world as a soft touch and safe haven for  no good Islamists and terrorists to claim asylum when the British government publishes guidelines for asylum claims such as the one  for members of the Muslim Brotherhood(Aug 2016). Even post Brexit the lunacy continues.

The Home Office guide recommends accepting asylum claims from high ranking members of  Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood. The guide also states:  “Additionally, high profile supporters or those perceived to support the MB, such as journalists, may also be similarly at risk of persecution. In such cases, a grant of asylum will be appropriate.” 

The Muslim Brotherhood were behind the Egypts ‘Arab Spring’ in 2011 which saw Islamists seize  power with Muslim Brotherhood frontman  Mohammed Morsi  elected president.  The Islamist group remained in power until 2013 when the military ousted them. MB   has since  been labelled a terrorist organisation by the governments of Bahrain,* Egypt,* Russia,* Saudi Arabia,* Syria,* and the United Arab Emirates.

The Muslim Brotherhood is a transnational Sunni Islamist movement that seeks to implement sharia (Islamic law) under a global caliphate. The group operates through both violent and political means. Founded in Egypt in 1928, the Brotherhood is the country’s oldest Islamist organisation and has branches throughout the world. While these branches operate under a variety of names and use a variety of social, political and/or violent methods, they share a commitment to the overarching goal of establishing rule according to sharia. The most notable and lethal Brotherhood offshoot is Hamas, the Palestinian terror group operating out of the Gaza Strip.  .

The Brotherhood advocates a deceptive strategy in democracies: appear moderate and use existing institutions to gain power by means of stealth jihad. It believes it can conquer Europe and other Western nations peacefully by this method

“After having been expelled twice, Islam will be victorious and reconquer Europe….I am certain that this time, victory will be won not by the sword but by preaching and [Islamic] ideology.” — Muslim Brotherhood Spiritual leader Yusuf al-Qaradawi, “Fatwa,” 2003

The Brotherhood uses democracy, but once in power it will replace democracy with fundamentalist shariah law because it is the “true democracy.”

“The final, absolute message from heaven contains all the values which the secular world claims to have invented….Islam and its values antedated the West by founding true democracy.”
—Former Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Muhammed Mahdi Akef, Nov. 2007

UK: Muslim Brotherhood members can claim asylum from Egypt

British government guidance comes less than a year after UK decided not to ban the UK branch of the group

Egyptian members of the Muslim Brotherhood may be able to seek asylum in the UK, according to new guidance from British immigration authorities.

But the move could anger London’s allies in the Middle East – including Egypt and Saudi Arabia – which have declared the Brotherhood a “terrorist” organisation.

‘Each case will need to be considered on its facts’

The Home Office guidance, entitled “Country Information and Guidance Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood”, states that high profile or politically active members, especially those attending protests “may be able to show that they are at risk of persecution, including of being held in detention, where they may be at risk of ill-treatment, trial also without due process and disproportionate punishment.”

It continues: “Additionally, high profile supporters or those perceived to support the MB, such as journalists, may also be similarly at risk of persecution. In such cases, a grant of asylum will be appropriate.”

The documents states however that “low-level, nonpolitical or inactive members and supporters are not generally being targeted” and that they may not be able to show a real risk of persecution” before concluding: “Each case will need to be considered on its facts.”

It also adds that the group “are reported to have released a statement in January 2015 calling on followers to embrace ‘jihad’ and ‘martyrdom’ to fight the current regime” in Egypt.

“Depending on the nature of the person’s involvement, decision makers must consider whether one of the exclusion clauses is applicable.”

UK sends mixed messages about group

During the past two years the UK government has sent mixed messages about the Brotherhood.

In December 2015, then prime minister David Cameron said in a written statement that while the country would not ban the group, it had a “highly ambiguous relationship with violent extremism” and was “deliberately opaque”.

He added that the Uk would “refuse visas to members and associates of the Muslim Brotherhood who are on record as having made extremist comments.”

Cameron’s comments came at the same time as the publication of an of an 11-page summary of a review, which has been repeatedly delayed and has yet to be released in full.

The Jenkins review did not find direct links between the UK Brotherhood and radical Islam, but said that membership could be considered a “possible indicator of extremism” and that the group had been a “rite of passage” to violence for some members.

As a result, it said, the group would be closely monitored to ensure it was not breaking UK anti-terrorism laws.

UK allies in Middle East: Putting pressure on London?

The Jenkins report was commissioned in 2013 as Britain came under pressure from the UAE, Egypt and Saudi Arabia to ban the Brotherhood, which had been proscribed as terrorist in all three countries following the removal of Brotherhood member Mohamed Morsi from the Egyptian presidency.

Critics of the report have accused Britain of conducting the investigation under pressure from Gulf allies.

That concern was heightened last November when reports emerged of documents revealing that the UAE had threatened to cut lucrative arms deals with the UK, stop inward investment and cut intelligence cooperation if Cameron did not act against the group.

British ministers delayed its publication on two occasions, leading to allegations that the results would upset British allies in the Middle East. The final report remains unpublished.

In June foreign policy experts told the UK parliament’s foreign affairs committee that the report overemphasised the group’s connection to violence and was at times inaccurate.

Courtney Freer, a research officer at the London School of Economic’s Kuwait Programme, said the Jenkin’s review “overplayed the connection between the Brotherhood and violence and violent groups”.

The Brotherhood, which was founded in Egypt in 1928 but now has branches in many states, many of which have little connection between one another, has repeatedly denied that it has engaged in or promoted acts of violence.

http://www.middleeasteye.net/news/uk-muslim-brotherhood-members-are-eligible-asylum-1715781526

Bishop fears sharia bonds pave way for more Islamic law

Its bad enough communists and the far left aiding the Islamization of the UK.  Now dhimmi Dave is opening the doors for more sharia law.

Bishop fears sharia bonds pave way for more Islamic law

Dr Michael Nazir-Ali, the former bishop of Rochester, warns plans by David Cameron to issue a sharia-compliant bond could have “unforeseen consequences”

The Church of England is facing divisions over proposals to introduce a formal service for gay couples

Dr Michael Nazir-Ali, the former bishop of Rochester, said plans to introduce sharia-compliant bonds should be subject to a public debate Photo: GETTY IMAGES

By Edward Malnick, and John Bingham

9:00PM GMT 02 Nov 2013

David Cameron’s plans to issue sharia-compliant bonds open the way to Islamic law being enforced at the heart of government, a senior clergyman has warned.

Dr Michael Nazir-Ali, the former bishop of Rochester, said proposals to make Britain the first non-Muslim country to sell a bond that complies with sharia could trigger a series of “unforeseen consequences”.

He also voiced broader fears that Christianity was being increasingly excluded from the administration of law, after one of Britain’s most senior judges said members of the judiciary were “secular” figures serving a “multicultural community”.

Last week the Prime Minister set out plans for Britain to issue a sukuk, a form of debt that is in line with Islamic law, because it avoids the prohibited use of “riba”, or interest.

The bonds, which will be worth around £200 million, would pay a fixed return based on the profit generated by an underlying asset, such as government buildings.

Speaking at the World Islamic Economic Forum in London on Tuesday Mr Cameron said Britain should rival Dubai as one of the “great capitals of Islamic finance”.

The Prime Minister told senior officials and business leaders from Muslim countries it would be a “mistake” for Britain to turn away their money when “Islamic finance is growing 50 per cent faster than traditional banking”.

However, Dr Nazir-Ali, who holds dual British and Pakistani citizenship, said of the plans: “This means that the Government itself will be subject to sharia in its dealings on these bonds.

“At the moment the issue is pretty modest, but how much will it grow? There’s a lot of liquidity out there and it could grow pretty rapidly, and then you may face a situation where a major part of your financial system is governed by sharia-compliant considerations.”

He added: “Before we take these steps that could have unforeseen consequences we do need greater public discussion, greater explanation of what actually is being done and what it is we are letting ourselves in for.”

The bishop said that a public debate on the introduction of the bonds should include whether sharia judges should be allowed to adjudicate in disputes over government-backed investments.

“They must be taking advice already from sharia scholars to put together these products. Has there been any discussion that such advice can be taken and that such adjudication can be acceptable in terms of official policy?”

Even among Muslim scholars the principle of whether commercial interest was prohibited had been called into question, Dr Nazir-Ali said.

In 2008 Lord Williams of Oystermouth, the then archbishop of Canterbury, drew criticism for calling for “a constructive accommodation” with some aspects of Muslim law.

At the time Dr Nazir-Ali said it would be “simply impossible” to have sharia and British laws operating side by side.

Baroness Cox, an independent peer who has tabled a Private Member’s Bill in the Lords to rein in unofficial sharia courts and councils, said: “Any extension of quasi or parallel legal systems is utterly unacceptable.”

Plans for the first government bond compliant with sharia come after as the value of nearly 50 sukuks on the London Stock Exchange has reached £21  billion.

Britain’s most senior Muslim politician Baroness Warsi, the faith minister, who co-chairs the Government’s new Islamic finance task force, told The Telegraph faith “has a role to play in our growth agenda”.

Mr Cameron’s plans were welcomed by the Muslim Council of Britain, which described the announcement as a “very significant milestone for the community”.

Farooq Murad, the council’s secretary general, said: “The issuance of the sukuk would enable all of us to save money using safer instruments that comply with Islamic principles.

“Islamic pensions and investment funds would also be able to use the sukuk to balance their portfolios, leading to greater choice in the market.”

A Treasury source said the bond would comply with British laws “first and foremost”, adding that if investors did not think it was compliant with sharia law they simply “won’t invest in it”.

Dr Nazir-Ali also issued a rebuke to Sir James Munby, the President of the Family Division, who last week suggested that Christianity no longer influenced judicial decisions.

Sir James told family lawyers: “Although this country is part of the Christian West, and although it has an Established Church, which is Christian, we sit as secular judges serving a multi-cultural community of many faiths, sworn to do justice to all manner of people.”

Dr Nazir-Ali disputed whether Sir James’s view was the correct constitutional position. Members of the judiciary sit “as judges of the crown”, he said, adding that the coronation service and oath makes clear that the monarch is required to “uphold the laws of God”.

Dr Nazir-Ali said: “The Queen professes at the time of the coronation to uphold the laws of God and the true profession of the Gospel.

“So, whatever you may feel, you can’t say constitutionally that you are sitting as secular judges in a multi-faith society. He may feel that — that’s fine, it’s up to him to feel it — but that’s not the constitutional position as far as I see it.”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/10423016/Bishop-fears-sharia-bonds-pave-way-for-more-Islamic-law.html

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

Every day my email inbox receives countless mails from random’s around the world wanting to tell me how i can be rich. I look at them thinking if only it was that simple its rubbish as i press delete. Until now that is as I have finally discovered the path to the promised land, untold riches, the ultimate get rich scheme for little effort. That path is called Islam.  Start a  Muslim group in the UK, register as a charitable organization and hey presto various government departments and  local authorities will throw large sums of money at you to fund your lavish lifestyle. If your really lucky you can even employ a few of your mates as paid advisors. Hell, mention Islamophobia or community cohesion in your mission statement  and get even more £££££. Its even recession proof as the funds keep being handed out to Muslim groups show despite the government making cuts everywhere else

After yesterdays FOI Exposé when it was revealed Bolton Council have been bank rolling The Bolton Council Of Mosques with grants totalling over £1.1 million. Now following another FOI request, Kafir Crusaders can reveal that Muslim storyteller and fixer of figures Fiyaz Mughal (via TellMama and Faith Matters) has received over £750,000 in the last 5 years from the Department for Communities and Local Government in funding

For background info on Fiyaz Mughal, Tell Mama and Faith Matters i recommend this eye-opening post from fahrenheit211

Freedom of Information Request Relating to Funding for Faith Matters

You requested information for the last 5 years of any funding allocated to the following organizations Faith Matters and Tell Mama. You wanted it to include the date, how much funding, and a description of the project.I have considered your request under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. I confirm that the Department holds the information that you have requested, and I am able to supply it to you. The information that you have requested is as follows. Tell MAMA is a project managed by Faith Matters so it is included in the list of other projects. The payments from DCLG to Faith Matters, the relevant dates and project descriptions, are as follows:

Financial Year Project Description
2012-13,2011-12 &

2010-11

 
£397,000 Measuring Anti-Muslim Attacks (Tell MAMA)
2010-11  
£22,331 Role model for Muslim Women project
£15,190 Muslim Chaplaincy project
£15,190 Muslim Chaplaincy project
2009-10  
£50,000 Caring for converts project
£33,750 Muslim Chaplaincy project
£37,675 Compilation of Mosque directory for Muslim women
£22,332 Role model for Muslim Women project
£33,600 Cohesive Communities Programme
£6,922 Living Islam out Loud project
£50,000 Caring for converts project
2008-09  
£25,870 Muslim Chaplaincy project
£37,675 Mosques Directory compilation
£14,888 Role model for Muslim Women project
£35,000 Cohesion and Faiths Funding
£990 Living Islam out Loud project

As you can see Mughal’s TellMama and Faith Matters ventures really are like an Islamic money making machine. WTF  £37k for a Mosque directory (which are plentiful on-line) in 2008-09 then the same amount again the next year for a directory of Mosques for women ! This is little more than a list of the 100 least sexist and most woman friendly UK mosques. Fiyaz Mughal OBE is certainly in the running to be awarded a BOTD to go alongside his OBE….Bullshitter Off The Decade 

Fiyaz Mughal And Tell Mama Pay The Ultimate Price For ‘Cycle Of Violence’ Taqiyya

Follow up to last weeks Tell Mama Tell Lies,  Anti-Muslim Attacks Taqiyya

My heart bleeds for Tell Mama the anti Muslim attack monitor and its lying mufti Fiyaz Mughal. The Telegraphs Andrew Gilligan has today revealed that  Tell Mama will be receiving no more of the taxpayers hard-earned money to bankroll the Islamist opponents of free speech, including the well paid for doing little salary of Fiyaz Mughal and his Muslim only staff. I’ll try not to laugh too much as i type LOL

Mughal certainly made the most of his 5 minutes of fame since Woolwich managing to get his face on almost every TV channels news reports as well-being quoted  in newspaper reports on a daily basis. He spent that much time in the spotlight telling all and sundry how Muslims were the are victims, that he is now at z-list celebrity level, managing to become the UK’s  5th most well-known Muslim behind Abu Hamza, Anjem Choudary, George Galloway and Mo Ansar.  Making the most of his new-found fame, it wouldn’t surprise me should the extremists from Islam TV offer him his own TV show. Another distinct possibility is Unite Against Fascism snapping him up. They are quite partial to having z listers as anti fascists such as Ken Livingstone and Doreen Lawrence. Mughal could be their full-time sympathy seeking Islamoaner as Al-Qaeda supporting vice chair Azad Ali with his Muslim extremist background doesn’t pull the nations heartstrings to well.

Civil servants and Police officers raised concerns about  Tell Mama’s methods and the authenticity of the anti Muslim attacks being logged. Maybe they should listen to patriots a little more as myself  like countless others have been critical of TellMama and dubious about its whole existence and motives since it started. It would have saved Nick Clegg wasting £214,000 of the taxpayers money in a grant on top of the £160,ooo it had already received which i wasn’t  aware of till now. This new figure makes Tell Mama’s value for money even less. For its first year’s not so massive amount of 18 prosecutions that now works out at just over £20,000 of grant money each!

So what exactly has Mughal been using the £375,000 that it has had in grants over the last year.A nice big fat salary for himself no doubt for starters. As far as i could tell commie trolls such as Evelyn Cook and her multiple fake accounts provided Tell Mama with most of its reports. Even then it averaged out at 2 a day only which Mughal could have easy logged in his spare time say an hour a night. Why he had to employ his Muslim only staff  is beyond me. Looks like jobs for the boys to me, a meal ticket for his Faith Matters people whilst they engage in Dawwah pushing Islam onto the public

I imagine Tell Mama will now disappear into obscurity with no credibility or grant to pay Mughal’s salary. Times up for this Islamic scam. Good riddance 

Muslim hate monitor to lose backing

Ministers end funding for body that claimed ‘wave of attacks’ against Islam.

Fiyaz Mughal of Tell Mama.

Fiyaz Mughal of Tell Mama. Photo: REX FEATURES

By Andrew Gilligan

7:00AM BST 09 Jun 2013

A controversial project claiming to measure anti-Muslim attacks will not have its government grant renewed after police and civil servants raised concerns about its methods.

The project, called Tell Mama, claimed that there had been a “sustained wave of attacks and intimidation” against British Muslims after the killing of Drummer Lee Rigby, with 193 “Islamophobic incidents” reported to it, rising to 212 by last weekend.

The group’s founder, Fiyaz Mughal, said he saw “no end to this cycle of violence”, describing it as “unprecedented”. The claims were unquestioningly repeated in the media.

Tell Mama and Mr Mughal did not mention, however, that 57 per cent of the 212 reports referred to activity that took place only online, mainly offensive postings on Twitter and Facebook, or that a further 16 per cent of the 212 reports had not been verified. Not all the online abuse even originated in Britain.

Contrary to the group’s claim of a “cycle of violence” and a “sustained wave of attacks”, only 17 of the 212 incidents, 8 per cent, involved the physical targeting of people and there were no attacks on anyone serious enough to require medical treatment.

There have been a further 12 attacks on Islamic buildings, three of them serious, including a probable arson attack on a Muslim community centre in north London, which burned it to the ground.

Tell Mama supporters launched a furious campaign of protest againstThe Sunday Telegraph after it disclosed the breakdown last week, with round-robin emails to the newspaper accusing it of behaviour “better suited to the days of 1930s Germany”.

However, The Sunday Telegraph has now learned that even before Woolwich, the communities minister, the Liberal Democrat MP Don Foster, called Mr Mughal to a meeting and said that Tell Mama’s grant would not be renewed.

The organisation has received a total of £375,000 from the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) since last year.

“Mr Mughal was giving data on attacks to DCLG which wasn’t stacking up when it was cross-referenced with other reports by Acpo [the Association of Chief Police Officers],” said one source closely involved in counter-extremism.

“He was questioned by DCLG civil servants and lost his temper. He was subsequently called in by Don Foster and told that he would receive no more money.”

A senior Liberal Democrat source confirmed the sequence of events, saying: “There was a bit of a spat. He was called in and told that Acpo had cast doubt on his figures. He was told that he would be closely monitored for the remaining period of the grant and that there would be no more money.”

A DCLG spokesman confirmed that Tell Mama’s funding would not be renewed and refused to deny that officials had raised concerns about its methods.

Tell Mama claimed in March that anti-Muslim crime was “rising”, even though the group had only been in operation at that stage for a year and had no previous figures to compare with.

Other figures, collected by the police, show that hate crime in mainly Muslim areas has fallen in the past 10 years. The only large force that collects figures on specifically anti-Muslim crime, the Metropolitan Police, reported an 8.5 per cent fall in such crimes between 2009 and 2012.

There was a spike in anti-Muslim incidents after the killing of Drummer Rigby. However, contrary to Tell Mama’s claims that it was “unprecedented”, the Met’s assistant commissioner, Cressida Dick, told MPs last week that it was “slightly less” than after previous terror attacks.

“There has not been such a very big increase in attacks as we might have feared,” she said. Mr Mughal himself has now admitted to the BBC that the number of physical attacks was “small”.

Tell Mama has also been using its budget to threaten members of the public with libel actions for criticising it on Twitter.

In mid-May, before Woolwich, one Jewish activist, Ambrosine Chetrit, received a threatening letter from solicitors after she tweeted that “Tell Mama are sitting on Twitter on the EDL hashtag, threatening anyone and everyone whose comments they do not like about Islam”.

Tell Mama also objected to a tweet in which Ms Chetrit said it was “trying to close down pro-Israel [Twitter] accounts daily”.

Other recipients of legal threats at the same time include Atma Singh, a former race adviser to the then Labour mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, who received a legal letter from Tell Mama after tweeting that it “gives a platform to Islamists”.

Tell Mama did not claim that either of these individuals was racist or anti-Muslim. But it said their tweets were false and “defamatory” of Mr Mughal, had “damaged” his reputation, causing him “distress and embarrassment”, and demanded immediate apologies and damages. Up to four other people are believed to have received similar threats.

The letters were written by Farooq Bajwa, a solicitor who has acted for a number of Islamists and Islamist sympathisers, including the Palestinian radical leader Raed Salah and the Respect MP George Galloway.

The letters to Mr Singh and Ms Chetrit were sent to their private home addresses, neither of which are in the public domain. Ms Chetrit’s lawyer, Mark Lewis, who has acted for many phone-hacking victims, has reported Mr Bajwa and Tell Mama to the police after they refused to say how they obtained the information.

“I have been instructed to resist the claim,” said Mr Lewis. “It has no merit. I have not had any response as to how my client’s name and address were obtained.”

Mr Singh said: “I find it absurd that someone can threaten people on this kind of basis and use libel in this political way. This is nothing to do with Islamophobia – they are just trying to shut down debate.”

Ms Chetrit said: “It is very worrying and scary. All the people who have been threatened by Tell Mama are pro-Israeli.”

The DCLG claimed that Tell Mama’s funding was always due to cease in September 2013 and that Mr Foster was “very impressed” by the “progress” the group had made.

However, the funding of Tell Mama was described as “ongoing” in the Government’s “hate crime action plan” last year and only in November Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, announced that £214,000 of “new” and “further” funding had been granted to Tell Mama.

Mr Mughal said: “The meeting with DCLG officials related to the publication of 2012 anti-Muslim prejudice figures and having an independent review of those figures, which is good practice.

“This was agreed and has always been part of the process. The ‘loss of temper’ did not relate to the methodology of data collection.”

Mr Mughal said that no public money had been used to issue the libel threats.

He said: “We will defend the right of all people to express their identities and their support for countries and groups freely.

However, we have the right to defend the integrity of our work when people broadcast [on Twitter] comments that are simply untrue and highly damaging about us.”

He declined to explain how the private addresses had been obtained, but said it was “within the law.”

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Tell Mama Tell Lies, The Anti-Muslim Attacks Taqiyya

For anybody who has never heard of Tell Mama, they are an organization that set up last year to measure hate crimes against Muslims in the UK. Naturally its run by other Muslims who are out to look after their own. The 1st thing you have to ask yourself does Britain really have that much a problem with anti Muslim hate crimes to warrant a group set up specifically to monitor them. I mean there’s already plenty of other Muslim think tanks and other so called ‘anti fascist’ groups looking after the Muslims interests. Now if it a charity and was staffed by Muslim volunteers then fair enough. But Tell Mama’s Muslim only staff aren’t volunteers. Their paid employees.  Paid by who you may ask…. Paid for by who do you think… The British taxpayer.  Last year Tell Mama received a nice £200,000 + grant from the Deputy PM Nick Clegg to help tackle ‘Islamophobia’

After the savage murder of Drummer Lee Rigby by two Muslim extremists, there has been much mentioned in the news also of alleged revenge attacks anti Muslim hate crimes.  One person who keeps getting his face on the news and quoted in the press is Fiyaz Mughal from Tell Mama. Anyone who has seen his interviews will hear him claiming in the week after Woolwich anti Muslim attacks have gone through the roof. By the time he has finished your left questioning yourself as to who is actually the victim in all this. The murdered soldier or the poor old Muslims. If Mughal and other Islamic apologists have their way you will be thinking the Muslims are the victim in it all, Muslims are not the victim. Forget what Tell Mama’s Fiyaz Mughal has said, forget anything else you have seen or heard about the 10 fold increase in anti Muslim hate crimes elsewhere in the media. The statistics used by the media to come to the conclusion of mass Islamphobic attacks have all originated at the same source…………Fiyaz Mughal and his TellMama posse.

Fiyaz Mughal and his TellMama have been using taqiyya, lying for allah to push the islamic cause

The Telegraph’s  Andrew Gilligan has  uncovered the truth about Fiyaz Mughal and his TellMama’s alleged anti-Muslim hate crimes since Woolwich. Mughal and TellMama have been committing Taqiyya, deceiving and telling lies to further the cause of Islam. Something which admittedly he was doing quite well judging by the amount of articles in the last week portraying Muslims as the victim. The media especially leftists such as the BBC and Guardian have made a huge deal out of the alleged anti Muslim backlash that has apparently happened although most mainstream media has carried stories on it. And it is that figure issued by Tell Mama – of, to date, 212 “anti-Muslim incidents” since the Woolwich murder – which has formed the basis of nearly all this reporting

Fiyaz Mugal has claimed there has been “a wave of attacks, harassment, and hate-filled speech against Muslims … an unprecedented number of incidents”, including “a rise in street harassment of Muslims – unprovoked, opportunistic attacks from strangers as Muslims go about their lives”

He added: “Over the past week or so, these sorts of hate crimes have noticeably increased in number and, in many instances, become more extreme.“The scale of the backlash is astounding … there has been a massive spike in anti-Muslim prejudice. A sense of endemic fear has gripped Muslim communities.”

I do not see an end to this cycle of violence. There is an underlying Islamophobia in our society and the horrendous events in Woolwich have brought this to the fore.”And as he put it on Today, “the [Government’s] Prevent [anti-extremism] agenda, the extremist agenda, have not been good for building confidence – the sense of fear just alienates and isolates communities.”

Tell Mama are doing their utmost to portray Muslims as the victims, even attempted to deflect some of the negative attention onto the EDL trying to equate them to Islamic jihadists. As Gilligan quite rightly points out in his article nobody has been killed by the EDL yet many by Islamic terrorists. More disturbing is the breakdown of the alleged 212 anti Muslim hate attacks in the week since Woolwich, which the media have been quick to believe as gospel and publish.

The Telegraph article found  the following

The truth about the ‘wave of attacks on Muslims’ after Woolwich murder

Tell Mama confirmed to The Sunday Telegraph that about 120 of its 212 “anti-Muslim incidents” – 57 per cent – took place only online. They were offensive postings on Twitter or Facebook, or comments on blogs: nasty and undesirable, certainly, but some way from violence or physical harm and often, indeed, legal. Not all the offending tweets and postings, it turns out, even originated in Britain.

Tell Mama has no written definition of what it classes as an anti-Muslim incident, but has in the past adopted a wide definition.

 Mr Mughal admitted that a further 35 of the 212 post-Woolwich incidents, or 16 per cent, had yet to be verified.He justified publishing the figure, however, saying he expected that all but a handful of incidents would be verified.

Only 17 cases (8 per cent) – involved individuals being physically targeted.Six people had things thrown at them, said Mr Mughal, and most of the other 11 cases were attempts to pull off the hijab or other items of Islamic dress.Without in any way denying the distress and harm caused by such attacks, they do stand at the lower levels of seriousness.

Asking other police forces and trawling local media reports, The Telegraph has been unable to find a single confirmed case since Drummer Rigby’s death where any individual Muslim has received an injury requiring medical treatment.

Tell Mama’s Twitter feed reported one such incident, of a Muslim woman “knocked unconscious” in Bolton, but the local police said they had no knowledge of this and did not believe it happened. It is unlikely, though not impossible, that any case of serious injury could have escaped the notice of the media or police.

Perhaps the most serious manifestation of anti-Muslim feeling after the killing was a number of attacks on mosques. These are believed to total 11, though here again evidence for a “wave of violence” is lacking. With only two exceptions, a mosque in Grimsby into which firebombs were thrown and another one in Essex where a man entered with a knife, all the incidents were relatively minor, such as window-breaking or graffiti.

For Islamists such as the Cordoba Foundation(Muslim Brotherhood Front that recruits potential extremists) , the narrative of British Muslims under attack, increasingly hated and feared by their fellow citizens, is essential for recruitment, and for furthering their central lie that different races and faiths cannot coexist.  Mr Mughal has written in the Cordoba Foundation’s journal (he says it was a “mistake” which he will not repeat).

“Islamophobic” is also a handy charge to throw at anyone who questions Islamist ideology. But part of its motivation appears to be an attempt to draw some of the sting from Islamist terrorism by equating it with the work of anti-Muslim extremist groups such as the English Defence League.

Even before the Woolwich incident Fiyaz Mughal and his Tell Mama group had been in the press making a big deal about their successes over the last year . Bearing in mind they received almost a quarter of a million pound grant, you would be expecting a huge amount of anti Muslim hate crimes reported and subsequent people prosecuted.  Well no actually it measured the huge amount of 632 anti Muslim hate crimes in the last year.

Fiyaz Mughal:

A five-year old girl sent flying from the bonnet of a car, left unconscious in the road by a hit-and-run driver. A pregnant woman watching her husband being beaten up by her neighbour’s boyfriend, their children terrorised by constant abuse. A family forced from their home in Nottinghamshire, leaving behind graffiti and a ham-wrapped cross on their doorstep. Or a young woman who had faeces thrust onto her hijab in a south London street.All these and more are just some of the 632 (and rising) cases reported during the first year of ‘Tell MAMA’, the UK’s national anti-Muslim hate crime project, which my organisation Faith Matters runs. Our project reveals some disturbing findings. The majority of Muslims being physically attacked, harassed or intimidated because of their faith are women, according to MAMA’s figures – and those doing it are white men increasingly likely to be linked to far-right groups.Three-quarters (74%) of incidents reported to MAMA took place over social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc), but there have also been attacks on mosque buildings, against pregnant women and ‘visible’ hijab (veil) wearers, even children and pensioners in their 80s.

The most serious instances of  Anti Muslim hatred he mentions have a few facts omitted for starters. Now a 5-year-old being knocked over and left unconscious by a hit and run driver is shocking yes, but a hate crime ??  Was the driver arrested and it proved that he purposely knock the child over just because she was a Muslim? I very much doubt it because it would be front page news for weeks with the Muslims making the most out of playing the victim.

The family forced from their home in Nottinghamshire, leaving behind racist graffiti and a ham-wrapped cross on their doorstep. What Tell Mama fail to mention here is that those responsible weren’t a bunch of neo-Nazi’s  who hounded them out of their home but the actions of a 13 year old child.

Almost 3/4 of the alleged hate crimes they have logged were from social media websites such as Twitter and Facebook and little more than words. Anyone familiar with Twitter and Facebook will know that there is a number of  communist internet trolls who have nothing better to do than trawl peoples Facebook personal profiles and tweets looking for anything remotely offensive to screenshot and report.

 Visibly-identified far-right British National Party (BNP) or English Defence League (EDL) members were linked to over half (54%) of all incidents. Our work has led to the arrests of 21 far-right EDL supporters, with over 40 incidents reported against EDL leader ‘Tommy Robinson’ alone. Eighteen prosecutions have taken place, although we would like the police and CPS to do much more in this area

So it’s hardly surprising then that BNP and EDL members make up for half of the reported anti-Muslim attacks when it is their social media accounts that Tell Mama and the trolls are constantly checking on. Clearly the Muslims at Tell Mama are on some kind of witch-hunt against anybody who speaks out against Islam considering there has been 40 reports  of alleged anti Muslim attacks logged against EDL leader Tommy Robinson. Yet the police haven’t deemed them worthy of any kind of action which leaves a big question mark as to what Tell Mama deem as an anti- Muslim attack as the police don’t consider them serious enough to punish. Even more laughable is the fact that out of all their reports only 18 people have been prosecuted. This works out to just short of £12,000 in grant money per arrest. Hardly value for money is it What  Tell Mama and other similar groups do purposely is omit certain details to make things look more juicy. This is just another Muslim organization aimed to push Islam and silence its critics. Another weapon in the stealth jihad going on all around us. By pushing ‘Islamophobia’ into people’s faces. It allows Muslims to not only to try to shut up those who speak out against it by making Islam a taboo subject. It keeps the grants coming in and creates jobs for Muslims. Allowing them to push the Islamic agenda even more.

Islamophobia is a big money industry,portraying Muslims as victims and keeping it in the spotlight is good for business. This is something groups like UAF and Hope not Hate realised long ago that by demonizing a certain section of the public whom you dislike or hold opposing views to your own such as patriot groups like the English Defence League. Constantly trying to make them look bad  by telling lies and scaremongering keeps the money rolling in. In the UAF’s case it’s a money-making machine and recruiting method for its SWP puppet masters. For HnH it those helps the book sales on racism by Nick Lowles and Matthew Collins. In Tellmama’s case its fund to push Islam to the public as part of their stealth jihad.

Russians Warning to UK : ‘Open Door To Islamic Extremists’ Is A Ticking Timebomb

The Russian government has warned the UK that its open arms immigration policy allowing Muslim extremists to settle here is a ticking timebomb just waiting to explode.Security specialist Igor Korotchenko said has said MI5 should pay far closer attention to Muslim immigrants and those admitted as asylum-seekers. The Russians can see its a problem, patriot groups and anti Islam sites like myself are constantly questioning Britain’s immigration policies and some of the dregs we are letting in know its a problem. Yet our own government seem oblivious to what’s happening to our country, either they have been listening to the leftist and Muslim apologists playing it down or fear being branded racist by the same people if they speak up. Which ever reason it is they don’t want to know and tackle the problem. Its bad enough with the amount of home-grown terrorists the Muslim community has been producing lately. Without being the choice destination of jihadists around the world and seen as a safe haven for them.

Since Russia ditched the totalitarian evil communist ideology which ruled by fear and what will happen if people fail to comply. Its new relaxed attitude has opened the doors to the same Islamic extremism and terrorism as the rest of the civilized world. Britain should be cooperating with them the same as any other nations intelligence services. After all we are all trying to fight a common evil enemy in Islamic terrorists

Warning to UK on its ‘open door to fanatics’: Russian government says MI5 should watch ‘extremist Islamic’ exiles from the country in wake of Boston bombing

  • MI5 should play far closer attention to immigrants, said security specialist
  • Igor Korotchenkosaid has claimed Britain has created a ‘ticking timebomb’
  • Said some admitted as asylum-seekers, and are enemies of Vladimir Putin

By WILL STEWART

PUBLISHED: 01:13, 22 April 2013 | UPDATED: 13:11, 22 April 2013

Britain is at risk from ‘extremist Islamic’ exiles from the North Caucasus who have been allowed to live in the UK, claimed an advisor to the Russian government last night.

The lessons from the Boston marathon bombing is that MI5 should play far closer attention to these immigrants, some who have been admitted as asylum-seekers, and are seen as enemies of Vladimir Putin, said security specialist Igor Korotchenko.

He has claimed Britain has created a ‘ticking timebomb’ for allowing radicalised Muslims into this country.

The Boston bombings should be a reminder that Britain is at risk from 'extremist Islamic' exiles from the North Caucasus who have been allowed to live in the UK, claimed an advisor to the Russian government last nightThe Boston bombings should be a reminder that Britain is at risk from ‘extremist Islamic’ exiles from the North Caucasus who have been allowed to live in the UK, claimed an advisor to the Russian government last night

MI5 should play far closer attention to these immigrants, some who have been admitted as asylum-seekers, and are seen as enemies of Vladimir Putin, said security specialist Igor KorotchenkoMI5 should play far closer attention to these immigrants, some who have been admitted as asylum-seekers, and are seen as enemies of Vladimir Putin, said security specialist Igor Korotchenko

He claimed an FBI ‘failure’ to heed Russian secret services warnings about Tamerlan Tsarnaev  could be repeated in Britain where intelligence co-operation with Moscow has been curtailed due to the diplomatic dispute over the 2006 ‘murder’ of Alexander Litvinenko in London.

‘It was a professional failure by American counter-intelligence,’ said Korotchenko, who is also editor in chief of The National Defence journal in Moscow, and an advisor to military chiefs.

‘The question we should ask America is why are they not co-operating as much as the Russian secret services want them to on matters of terrorism.’

The same threat applies to Britain, he said, ‘which has been willingly accepting terrorists and extremists from the North Caucasus.

‘This is despite the fact that four telecommunications workers from Britain were beheaded in 1998.’

He singled out Britain’s ‘mistake’ in giving asylum to Akhmed Zakayev, 53 year old prime minister of the independent Chechen government in exile who is labelled a terrorist by Moscow, but stressed others had also received a safe haven in London.

He has claimed Britain has created a 'ticking timebomb' for allowing radicalised muslims into this countryHe has claimed Britain has created a ‘ticking timebomb’ for allowing radicalised muslims into this country. Britain’s intelligence co-operation with Moscow has been curtailed due to the diplomatic dispute over the 2006 ‘murder’ of Alexander Litvinenko in London

A friend of actress Vanessa Redgrave and the late Boris Borezovsky, courts in London have refused to extradite Zakayev to Russia claiming he would not receive a fair trial.

‘Britain has created a ticking timebomb which could explode at any time by accepting these people,’ he claimed.

‘If MI5 believes that people who have terrorist experience in the North Caucasus will – coming to London – become decent members of society, they are wrong.’

Britain had allowed in “people who tasted blood and explosions and have learned the skills of terror”, he said.

‘It is very dangerous that a potential terrorist underground network is being created, more dangerous than the IRA.’

At the same time, Britain – like the US – had failed to co-operate closely with Russian secret services in exchanging intelligence on potential terrorist threats linked to the North Caucasus.

‘Russian intelligence in every question related terrorism are prepared to have the most open possible relations with any Western special services,’ he said.

But co-operation had become stymied by difficult ‘political relations and unresolved questions’ in relation to Britain, he said.

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Scottish Government Donate £400,000 To ‘Muslim Charity’ With Strong Terrorist Links

Why does this not surprise me in the slightest ? The fact that almost £400,000 of taxpayers money has been kindly donated by the Scottish government to a Muslim charity with very strong links to Islamic terrorist organizations. The so called charity Islamic Relief is considered by many as being one of many front groups of the Muslim Brotherhood and its terrorist offspring  Hamas.

Today’s economic climate in Scotland and the UK is pretty gloomy, big high street and industrial businesses going under with many job losses to add to the already high unemployment figures, continuous local service cuts. Times are very hard for Scottish and British people in general. Which makes the squandering of daft amounts of taxpayers hard earned cash as donations to Muslim charities with extremist links, to go spend in Palestine or fund whichever Islamist group in jihad/civil war even more absurd.

Although the Scottish government may be convinced it is engaging with the Muslim community, in truth it is funding Islamist groups with extremist agendas and ties to terrorism.

The Daily Express revealed last week that Islamic Relief Worldwide, a British charity accused of links to terrorism, was presented with £398,000 of the taxpayers’ money by the Scottish Government last year, as part of its £9 million International Development Fund.

The funding was announced by Scottish politician Humza Yousaf, formerly the Media spokesperson for Islamic Relief Worldwide, and currently a Scottish National Party Member of the Scottish Parliament and Minister for External Affairs and International Development. This grant comes in addition to the European Union’s grant of €22 million provided to Islamic Relief Worldwide between 2007 and 2011.

In 1999, Islamic Relief Worldwide received a payment of $50,000 from a Canadian charity that the US Department of the Treasury identified as a “Bin Laden front”. In 2005, the Russian Government accused Islamic Relief ofsupporting terrorism in Chechnya.

In 2006, the Israeli Government designated Islamic Relief a “terrorist front.” After three weeks’ detention in Israel, the head of Islamic Relief’s operations in Gaza, Ayaz Ali, was deported by Israeli authorities after being accusedof funneling money to banned organizations and storing images of swastikas and Osama bin Laden on his computer.

In November 2012, the Swiss Bank UBS closed the account of, and blocked all donations to, Islamic Relief due to “counter-terror concerns.”

A considerable number of Islamic Relief officials are also connected to extremist groups:

  • Ibrahim El-Zayat, a trustee of Islamic Relief, is a leader in both the European and the German Muslim Brotherhood, an extremist Islamist organization with branches all around the world.
  • Dr. Ahmed Al-Rawi, the former head of the Federation of Islamic Organizations in Europe (FIOE) and the Muslim Association of Britain (MAB), was also previously a director of Islamic Relief. FIOE is a leading advocate of jihadist Egyptian scholar, Yusuf Al-Qaradawi.
  • Issam Al-Bashir, a former Director of Islamic Relief, is the former Minister of Religious Affairs in the Sudan and has held many positions associated with the global Muslim Brotherhood.
  • Dr. Hani Al-Banna, the co-founder of Islamic Relief Worldwide, was formerly affiliated with Muslim Aid, a London-based Islamic “charity” which was previously a “partner organization” of the Al-Salah Islamic Association. The US Government has officially designated Al Salah a terrorist entity.

The Islamic Relief’s long history of organizing events with extremist speakers is also revealing. In 2009, for example, the charity invited Yusuf Estes, a prominent hate preacher, to speak at nine Islamic Relief events across the UK. In the past, Estes has instructed husbands to beat “disobedient wives.” He has also called for the killing of homosexuals:

“Islam considers homosexuality as a sexual deviation leading to a perverted act which goes against the natural order Allah intended for mankind. … In order to maintain the purity of the Muslim society, most Muslim scholars have ruled that the punishment for this act should be the same as for zina (i.e. one hundred whiplashes for the man who has never married, and death by stoning for the married man). Some have even ruled that it should be death for both partners, because the Prophet … said: “Kill the doer and the one to whom it was done.'”

The Scottish Government has always appeared willing to consort with extremists. The leader of the Scottish Government, Alex Salmond, has met with Dr. Azzam Tamimi, a leading advocate in Britain for the Palestinian terror group Hamas. Tamimi declared in 2004, “If I can go to Palestine and sacrifice myself, I would do it.” In 2005, Tamimi said, “We have been impressed by the warm and welcoming attitude of the SNP.”

Further, in 2005 Salmond was happy to speak on the same platform as Sir Iqbal Sacranie, a leading British Islamist who said of the author, Salman Rushdie: “Death, perhaps, is a bit too easy for him.”

The donation to Islamic Relief is not the first time, in fact, that the Scottish Government has provided financial support to extremist charities connected to Scottish National Party members. In 2010, opposition parties called for an independent investigation into the Scottish Islamic Foundation (SIF), which is headed by Humza Yousaf’s cousin and a fellow SNP parliamentary candidate, Osama Saeed. The SIF was handed more than £400,000 by SNP ministers.

Osama Saeed was previously the spokesperson for the Muslim Association of Britain, which is the leading voice of the Muslim Brotherhood in Britain. In 2005, Saeed called for the re-establishment of the caliphate, an Islamist aspiration to unite the Islamic World under one Islamic theocracy. In 2006, Saeed voiced praise for the late Al Qaeda leader, Anwar Al-Awlaki, writing:

“Imam Anwar Al-Awlaki was originally hounded in the US because two of the 9/11 bombers happened to pray at his mosque. Many of my Muslim readers will either know him personally or have heard his lectures. He preached nothing but peace, and I pray he will be able to do so again.”

In 2009, the Quilliam Foundation, a counter-extremism think-tank, issued an ‘alert’ which stated that Saeed’s Scottish Islamic Foundation, since its foundation, had acted to provide a platform for extremist Islamists and advocated Muslim Brotherhood-style policies. The Quilliam Foundation further noted that, in 2008, the Scottish Islamic Foundation had arranged for Mohammed Sawalha, a fugitive Hamas commander, to meet with the Scottish culture minister, Linda Fabiani.

An exhaustive investigation into a number of leading charities and their links to Government is urgently required. Although the Scottish Government may be convinced it is engaging with the Muslim community, in truth it is funding Islamist groups with extremist agendas and ties to terrorism.

Sorce http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/3632/scottish-government-funds-pro-terror-group

MPs call on Pakistani community to root out paedophiles, and pigs might fly

Blackburn MP Jack Straw and Pendle Tory Andrew Stephenson have backed Children’s Minister Edward Timpson’s call for the Pakistani community to root out paedophiles in its midst……and pigs might fly!!

Its not before time people stood up and told it how it is without pandering to Muslims for fear of being accused of racism or upsetting the ever so sensitive Muslim community. Yet as much as i agree with what the MP’s have said i honestly dont think it will make the slightest bit of difference and will fall upon deaf Muslim ears and denials as usually is the case with any criticisms of Islam or its followers.

Children’s Minister Edward Timpson told the commons,

“in the past there had not been ‘robust investigations’ into such offences because of ‘cultural sensitivities or political correctness’.”

Now were starting to get somewhere with those in a position of authority actually telling the truth about the Muslim grooming epidemic. But it still doesn’t make up for the fact that the Muslim paedophile problem was allowed to fester unchallenged for so long. Time and time I have said that there is no room for political correctness in something as severe as child abuse. Regardless if it upsets the Muslims or adversely effects community cohesion.

No sooner had the respective Blackburn and Pendle MPs said that they agreed the Muslim communities need to start doing more in rooting it out senior Muslim local  council members for the area came out with head still buried  in the sand comments. Senior Blackburn with Darwen councillor Mohammed Khan said: “This affects all communities.” Pendle Labour group leader Mohammed Iqbal said: “It is unfair to single out the Pakistani community.”

You might as well talk to the brick wall than appeal to the Muslims to do something good for British society in general for once instead of looking out for themselves only. These Islamic apologist comments are by 2 council members who are supposed to represent and look out in the interests of  not just the Muslims community but the community as a whole. So what chance have you got of the religious Mullahs, those Muslims that hold the real power and sway of their community to do anything about it.

Why are they going to speak out about something that they don’t see as doing any wrong. Their law is sharia and the Quran which overrides any law of the land in their eyes. The paedophile false prophet Mohammed’s self made law to benefit himself 1500 years ago. The role model to all other Muslims who himself had sex with his 9 year old child bride meaning to say its wrong is to say Islam is wrong. The Quran that is full of hatred and discrimination towards infidels and women. So if  the government or anybody thinks the Imams or any other Muslims, are going to report their Islamic brothers for abusing white British schoolgirls who they think deserve it, then they are mad

The only way to eradicate the vile Muslim rape wave on Britain’s children is for the police to have a no holds barred attitude towards it because softly softly appeasing doesn’t work

 

East Lancs MPs call on Pakistani community to root out paedophiles

2:00pm Friday 22nd March 2013 in News  By Bill Jacobs, Local government reporter

BLACKBURN MP Jack Straw and Pendle Tory Andrew Stephenson have backed Children’s Minister Edward Timpson’s call for the Pakistani community to root out paedophiles in its midst.

Mr Timpson told a Commons inquiry into street grooming that in the past there had not been ‘robust investigations’ into such offences because of ‘cultural sensitivities or political correctness’.

He told the Home Affairs Select Committee: “We’ve seen a pattern develop within a minority of some Pakistani communities where there have been particular traits of activity that have continued for far too long without being detected, properly investigated and followed through with a prosecution.”

The two East Lancashire MPs agreed and local Pakistani politicians said raised awareness following the recent Rochdale child abuse case, when nine men were jailed for grooming girls as young as 13, had led to more action.

Mr Straw, who spoke out after the scandal was exposed, said: “Basically he is right. Some parts of the Pakistani community have been in wilful denial about this. In East Lancashire, especially Blackburn with Darwen, we have been more on top of this. I hope things are changing.”

Mr Stephenson said: “The minister is right. There have been horrific cases in East Lancashire and a lot of effort has been spent talking to Imams and teachers. The Pakistani community locally needs to be more ruthless about rooting this out.”

Senior Blackburn with Darwen councillor Mohammed Khan said: “This affects all communities. I think awareness is rising since the Rochdale case and people are more likely to report possible child sex abuse.”

Pendle Labour group leader Mohammed Iqbal said: “It is unfair to single out the Pakistani community. People in the community are now more aware of the tell-tale signs of child abuse so can do more about it.”

Former senior Lancashire detective Mick Gradwell added: “In 2011, Mr Straw’s concerns that some men of Pakistani heritage were involved in the sexual exploitation of vulnerable white teenage girls were given widespread publicity. Since that time the police have put considerable resources into addressing child sexual exploitation. The police in Blackburn and Burnley have developed multi-agency teams that tackle child sexual exploitation.’”

A Lancashire police spokesman said: “Offenders come from many different social and ethnic backgrounds. We recognise in some areas the number of Asian offenders is disproportionate. We have been tackling the issue head on by working with the local communities and visiting mosques.”

Council Block Muslim School Bid In West Bromwich

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Hats off to Sandwell Council for blocking a planned Muslim only school in West Bromwich when many a council would have caved in to the Muslims demands and appeased just for the sake of not upsetting the Islamo-moaners.

The Muslim group behind this proposed school must think everyone in Britain was born yesterday with some of the stuff they come out with as a valid reason for opening this school. Mind you its understandable them thinking that,as playing the victim all the time usually achieves the desired result for them.

“parents were forced to send their children to classes almost 130 miles”

Theres a good number of Muslim only schools within easy access for people living in West Bromwich as this list shows  so why would you send your child to Blackburn or Bradford to attend school. Why can’t they attend the local state secondary like children of other faiths do. Where they will mix with children of other religions and members of the opposite sex which would promote equality,mutual respect  and help integration.

“would create 35 full-time and 15 part-time jobs.”

No doubt Muslim only jobs which would disregard British equality laws that every other business has to follow

“to promote the Islamic ethos, train young Muslims to take an active role in British society, and promote sports and leisure activities within Sharia law”

There is no sports and leisure activities within Sharia law other than those that may play a role in preparing for jihad such as javelin throwing and archery.All other types of sports are frowned on by religious mullahs and females wont be allowed to participate. Islamic religious leaders dim view on sports is reflected in the lack of sporting achievements throughout history for Muslim nations in sports tournaments.

Train to take an active role in British society as a MUSLIM not as a member of society in general. What does to be taught in a Islamic ethos mean?? Children being taught that Muslim males are superior to Muslim females and all Muslims are superior to the non-Muslims with infidel females considered the lowest of the low (perfect example), little better than animals??  That females are at the beck and call of the male and not allowed to go outside without a guardian?? That polygamy is allowed even though against the law?? That jihad is a duty of all Muslims ??  What about when it comes to the many scientific errors in  the Quran such as the World is flat or that the 1st humans were giants. Will the children be taught wrongfully facts because that’s Islamic or will they be taught the truth even if it contradicts the Quran as per curriculum.

It is well-known that Islamic schools in Britain promote extremism and hatred towards non-Muslims, Partly down to nature of Islam, partly down to the fact that it is so hard for authorities to monitor the goings on in these Muslim schools. Education inspectors can’t be present all day every day ensuring what the children are taught is in line with the national curriculum, on the odd occasion they are present the subject topic can quite easily be changed to a less radical one. The Channel 4 TV show Dispatches using hidden cameras showed the true goings on in Muslim madrassa schools. Where the teachers aren’t exactly teachers in the sense you would normally expect.  More teachers in Islamic cleric teachers who because they have read a few books on the cult of Islam, consider themselves qualified authorities on everything.

More Muslim only schools are not the answer to any of Britain’s ongoing issues with Muslims. If anything they are part of the problem. Instead of learning tolerance and respect for other faiths, Muslim children are being taught religious apartheid and social segregation. If they are being pumped full of hatred at an early age and not even mixing with non-Muslim children at school,then that can only be bad for future cohesion and integration.

 

Muslim education trust loses bid to open school in empty West Bromwich office block

25 Feb 2013 14:17

Sandwell Council rules site near to industrial units is unsuitable for a school

 Waterside House, in Charles Street, West Bromwich
Waterside House, in Charles Street, West Bromwich

Parents who claimed they were forced to send their children to classes almost 130 miles away have lost their bid to open a Muslim secondary school in the Black Country.

Birmingham and Sandwell Education Trust, an umbrella group set up by Bangladeshi, Indian and Pakistani Muslim leaders, earmarked a vacant site in West Bromwich for the project.

They claimed parents had to send their children to independent schools as far away as Blackburn and Bradford to be taught the ethos of their religion.

But Sandwell Council’s planning committee decided the proposed site, Waterside House, in Charles Street, was unsuitable for the project.

The Health and Safety Executive advised against the scheme because of the building’s “proximity to hazardous premises”, including a chemical distribution unit.

The Trust had applied for permission under the name of Derby-based Mohsin Teladia, and released a design and access statement through Birmingham-based agents Design Space 2.

In a lengthy ‘statement of need’ document, it said the scheme would create 35 full-time and 15 part-time jobs.

It said it wanted to promote the Islamic ethos, train young Muslims to take an active role in British society, and promote sports and leisure activities within Sharia law.

The Trust said of pupils: “They will be equipped with all the necessary knowledge and expertise to be the guides for their community, so their community flourishes with the peaceful message of Islam and promoting the values of equality and responsibility to promote social cohesion both in the Muslim community and in the non-Muslim community.”

It said pupils would not be a “burden on society” and would pay fees of around £1,800 a year.

But planning officer Douglas Eardley said the development should be refused as it was on land designated by planning policies for employment use, and would be ‘adversely affected by existing industrial uses’.

And he agreed with council highways officers that parking was “inadequate”.

Muslim Mayhem As Riots Break Out Once Again In Egypt and Tunisia

Once again the Middle Eastern nations of Egypt and Tunisia have descended into chaos as some Muslim inhabitants have finally twigged on that the grass isn’t always greener on the other side of the fence. The violent scenes happing there could quite easy of been avoided if the people there had of used their heads and looked at the bigger picture before overthrowing their governments and replacing them with even bigger tyrants in the shape of hard-line Islamo-fascists  like the Muslim Brotherhood. Lets face it the fact that the Muslim Brotherhood were previously banned by former President Hosni Mubarak being classed as an extremist terrorist organization It was pretty obvious that allowing them into power would mean living in a totalitarian country. Yet they still gave the lunatics the keys to the asylum.

It was only a couple of years ago both Egypt and Tunisia were having a tourist boom providing  jobs and income to Egyptian people. How many people are going to want to go there now unless they have a death wish with daily violence and the Brotherhood sanctioned rape squads.

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Cradle of Arab Spring goes up in flames as protesters fire-bomb Egyptian presidential palace and youths torch cars at funeral of Tunisian leader

  • 50,000 Tunisians turned out to honour late opposition leader Chokri Belaid
  • Shot dead outside his home, plunging Tunisia deeper into political crisis
  • In Egypt, 45 people hurt in protests as people attacked presidential palace

By JILL REILLY and ALEX WARD

PUBLISHED: 16:02, 8 February 2013 | UPDATED: 02:20, 10 February 2013

Violent protests in the cradle of Arab Spring have flared up as tens of thousands of youths battle with police in Tunisia during the funeral procession for secular opposition leader Chokri Belaid and Egyptians fire-bomb the presidential palace.

Tunisian police fired teargas at demonstrators who threw stones and set cars ablaze and stole from mourners as at least 50,000 people turned out to honour Belaid in his home district of Jebel al-Jaloud in the capital.

In Egypt, at least 45 people were hurt during the day across the country with some of the most violent clashes today in the Nile Delta town of Tanta, hometown of an activist, 23-year-old Mohamed el-Gendi, who was buried there this week after being beaten to death by security men in Cairo. Protesters also attacked the presidential palace, throwing homemade bombs and stones.

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Reaction: Belaid's assassination has shocked a country which had hitherto experienced a relatively peaceful political transitionReaction: Belaid’s assassination has shocked Tunisia which had hitherto experienced a relatively peaceful political transition

Blazing: A Tunisian woman walks past burning cars during clashes Blazing: A Tunisian woman walks past burning cars during clashes

Throwing projectiles: Egyptian protesters throw fire bombs and stones at the presidential palace during a demonstration in CairoThrowing projectiles: Egyptian protesters throw fire bombs and stones at the presidential palace during a demonstration in Cairo

 

Anti-government: Egyptian protesters hold a poster depicting former nationalist leaders Gamal Abdlenasser and Anwar Sadat during a protest outside the presidential palace Anti-government: Egyptian protesters hold a poster depicting former nationalist leaders Gamal Abdlenasser and Anwar Sadat during a protest outside the presidential palace

 

Two years after autocratic rulers have been swept from power, many in Egypt and Tunisia are angry over what they see as an attempt by Islamists to hijack their revolutions without improving their prospects for a better life.

Lawyer Shokri Belaid, who died in hospital after being shot four times outside his home in Tunis, was a leading member of the Popular Front party and a constant critic of the government.

Witnesses said that some of the youths, armed with clubs and machetes, were just opportunistic hooligans and were not involved in the funeral procession.

Belaid’s death has exacerbated Tunisia’s political crisis and escalated tensions in the North African nation that helped kick off the Arab Spring.

His funeral procession passed into the cemetery amid a scene of chaos caught live on television.

Gangs of young men threw rocks at police trying to stop them from destroying cars in a nearby municipal lot, and police responded with tear gas.

Revolt: Clashes with riot police near the cemetery where slain Tunisian opposition leader Chokri Belaid is buried, in the Jebel Jelloud districtRevolt: Clashes with riot police near the cemetery where slain Tunisian opposition leader Chokri Belaid is buried, in the Jebel Jelloud district

Unrest: Tunisian policemen beat a protester during demonstrations against the killing of opposition politician Chokri BelaidUnrest: Tunisian policemen beat a protester during demonstrations against the killing of opposition politician Chokri Belaid

 

 

Battle: A protester throws a tear gas canister, which was earlier thrown by riot police. Youths battled police in violent clashes and stole from mourners at the funeralBattle: A protester throws a tear gas canister, which was earlier thrown by riot police. Youths battled police in violent clashes and stole from mourners at the funeral

Tension: Tunisia was bracing for a third day of violent protests as the country prepares to bury Belaid in a climate of tension accentuated by a general strikeTension: Tunisia was bracing for a third day of violent protests as the country prepares to bury Belaid in a climate of tension accentuated by a general strike

‘These kids are uncontrollable and don’t follow any political ideology,’ said Moncef Chebbi, 68, a retired computer programmer attending the funeral.

He said they came from nearby low-income neighborhood. ‘This is very disappointing, it’s a shame.’

Witnesses described the young men in tracksuits – many armed with clubs and machetes – as hooligans seeking to take advantage of the turmoil surrounding the funeral.

There were demonstrations and symbolic funerals held for Belaid in several cities around the country.

‘The people want a new revolution,’ shouted mourners in Tunis, who also sang the national anthem.

Tense: Tunisian police fired tear gas at dozens of protesters in central Tunis and at the cemetery where slain Belaid is due to be buried Tense: Tunisian police fired tear gas at dozens of protesters in central Tunis and at the cemetery where slain Belaid is due to be buried

Spree: Tunisian protesters run from policemen during demonstrations against the assassination Spree: Tunisian protesters run from policemen during demonstrations against the assassination

Unstable: A protester kicks a tear gas canister, which was earlier thrown by riot police, during clashesUnstable: A protester kicks a tear gas canister, which was earlier thrown by riot police, during clashes

Anger: Some demonstrators denounced Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of the ruling Islamist Ennahda partyAnger: Some demonstrators denounced Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of the ruling Islamist Ennahda party

Assassination: Tunisian opposition politician and human rights activist Choukri Belaid was shot dead outside his home in Tunis todayAssassination: Tunisian opposition politician and human rights activist Choukri Belaid was shot dead outside his home

It was Tunisia’s biggest funeral since the death of Habib Bourguiba, independence leader and first president, in 2000.

Crowds surged around an open army truck carrying Belaid’s coffin, draped in a red and white Tunisian flag, from a cultural centre in Jebel al-Jaloud towards the leafy Jallaz cemetery, as a security forces helicopter flew overhead.

‘Belaid, rest in peace, we will continue the struggle,’ mourners chanted, holding portraits of the politician killed near his home on Wednesday by a gunman who fled on a motorcycle.

Some demonstrators denounced Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of the ruling Islamist Ennahda party.

‘Ghannouchi, assassin, criminal,’ they chanted. ‘Tunisia is free, terrorism out.’

Crowds in the southern mining town of Gafsa, a stronghold of support for Belaid, chanted ‘The people want the fall of the regime’, a slogan first used against Ben Ali.

In Sidi Bouzid, the southern town where the revolt against the ousted strongman began, about 10,000 marched to mourn Belaid and shout slogans against Ennahda and the government.

Banks, factories and some shops were closed in Tunis and other cities in response to a strike called by unions in protest at Belaid’s killing, but buses were running normally.

Crisis: The death of secular opposition leader Chokri Belaid has plunged Tunisia deeper into political crisisCrisis: The death of secular opposition leader Chokri Belaid has plunged Tunisia deeper into political crisis

Resilient: The widow Basma Khalfaoui Belaid gestures during the funeral procession of her late husbandResilient: The widow Basma Khalfaoui Belaid gestures during the funeral procession of her late husband

Remerberance@: A Tunisian holds a placard featuring late opposition leader Chokri Belaid during his funeral procession Remembrance: A Tunisian holds a placard featuring late opposition leader Chokri Belaid during his funeral procession

 

Tunis Air suspended all its flights because of the strikes, a spokesman for the national airline said.

Airport sources in Cairo said EgyptAir had cancelled two flights to Tunisia after staff at Tunis airport joined the general strike.

After Belaid’s assassination, Prime Minister Hamdi Jebali, an Islamist, said he would dissolve the government and form a cabinet of technocrats to rule until elections could be held.

But his own Ennahda party and its secular coalition partners complained they had not been consulted, casting doubt over the status of the government and compounding political uncertainty.

No one has claimed responsibility for the killing of Belaid, a lawyer and secular opposition figure.

His family have blamed Ennahda but the party has denied any hand in the shooting.

Crowds have attacked several Ennahda party offices in Tunis and other cities in the past two days.

Grieving: A sticker with an image of the late secular opposition leader Chokri Belaid is seen as a woman mourns during his funeral processionGrieving: A sticker with an image of the late secular opposition leader Chokri Belaid is seen as a woman mourns during his funeral procession

 

Turn out: Thousands of people attend the funeral while Tunisa is at a near standstillTurn out: Thousands of people attend the funeral while Tunisa is at a near standstill

‘Hope still exists in Tunisia,’ Fatma Saidan, a noted Tunisian actor, told Reuters at Belaid’s funeral.

‘We will continue to struggle against extremism and political violence.’

She called for national unity, saying: ‘We are ready to accept Islamists, but they don’t accept us.’

While Belaid had only a modest political following, his criticism of Ennahda policies spoke for many Tunisians who fear religious radicals are bent on snuffing out freedoms won in the first of the revolts that rippled through the Arab world.

Secular groups have accused the Islamist-led government of a lax response to attacks by ultra-orthodox Salafi Islamists on cinemas, theatres and bars in recent months.

The economic effect of political uncertainty and street unrest could be serious in a country which has yet to draft a new constitution and which relies heavily on the tourist trade.

Somber: Besma Khlifi, the wife of slain Tunisian opposition leader Chokri Belaid, carries their daughter, Neyrouz, as they prepare to leave the father's house prior to his funeral Somber: Besma Khlifi, the wife of slain Tunisian opposition leader Chokri Belaid, carries their daughter, Neyrouz, as they prepare to leave the father’s house prior to his funeral

Respect: A woman wrapped in a national flag walks past a Tunisian soldier standing guard Respect: A woman wrapped in a national flag walks past a Tunisian soldier standing guard

 

Shut down: Stores are closed during a general strike to coincide with the funeral of Chokri Belaid. It was not clear yet how many people had participatedShut down: Stores are closed during a general strike to coincide with the funeral of Chokri Belaid. It was not clear yet how many people had participated

Mohamed Ali Toumi, president of the Tunisian Federation of Travel Agencies, described the week’s events as a catastrophe that would have a negative impact on tourism, but he told the national news agency TAP no cancellations had been reported yet.

France, which had already announced the closure of its schools in Tunis on Friday and Saturday, urged its nationals to stay clear of potential flashpoints in the capital.

The cost of insuring Tunisian government bonds against default rose to its highest level in more than four years on Thursday and ratings agency Fitch said it could further downgrade Tunisia if political instability continues or worsens.

Gunned down: Shokri Belaid, a leading member of the opposition Popular Front party, was shot four times to the head and chest down outside his home in the capital Tunis as he set off for workGunned down: Shokri Belaid, a leading member of the opposition Popular Front party, was shot four times to the head and chest outside his home in the capital Tunis as he set off for work

In Egypt today, people marched and chanted against Islamist President Mohamed Mursi in cities across the country and a few hundred attacked the presidential palace with petrol bombs and rocks.

At least 45 people were hurt during the day across the country, medical sources at the health ministry said. Two officers and three soldiers of the Republic Guard were wounded in clashes, the state news agency MENA reported.

Protests erupted last month over what demonstrators saw as Mursi’s attempts to monopolise power as well as wider political and economic grievances.

The main opposition alliance signed an agreement with the ruling Muslim Brotherhood last week rejecting violence and had not officially called for marches today, although some of the alliance’s younger members called for protests.

While the number of protesters has dwindled, distrust of Mursi and the Brotherhood and a sense of political and economic malaise have continued to bring people into the streets.

Palatial protest: Egyptian protesters threw homemade bombs at the main gate of the presidential palace as they chanted: 'The people want to overthrow the regime'Palatial protest: Egyptian protesters threw homemade bombs at the main gate of the presidential palace as they chanted: ‘The people want to overthrow the regime’

 

Uprising anniversary: January 25 was the second anniversary of the uprising that toppled President Hosni Mubarak as protesters gathered outside the palaceUprising anniversary: January 25 was the second anniversary of the uprising that toppled President Hosni Mubarak as protesters gathered outside the palace

At least 59 people were killed in the demonstrations between January 25 – the second anniversary of the uprising that toppled President Hosni Mubarak – and February 4.

A few hundred protesters gathered outside the presidential palace in Cairo as night fell, throwing stones and homemade bombs at the main gate. Police fired into the air, shot teargas and drove cars toward the crowd to scatter them.

‘The people want to overthrow the regime,’ the protesters chanted, turning the slogan of Arab Spring protests against the Islamist-led government they helped bring to power.

In Zagazig north of Cairo, protesters gathered in the area of Mursi’s home, MENA said. The demonstrators threw rocks at police, who fired teargas back.

Violent clashes: Protests erupted over what demonstrators saw as Mursi's attempts to monopolise power as well as wider political and economic grievancesViolent clashes: Protests erupted over what demonstrators saw as Mursi’s attempts to monopolise power as well as wider political and economic grievances

WINTER OF DISCONTENT As they gather: Police fired into the air, shot teargas and drove cars toward the crowd to scatter protesters as they gathered outside the presidential palaceAs they gather: Police fired into the air, shot teargas and drove cars toward the crowd to scatter protesters as they gathered outside the presidential palace

 

Up in flames: Protesters turned the slogan of Arab Spring protests against the Islamist-led government they helped bring to powerUp in flames: Protesters turned the slogan of Arab Spring protests against the Islamist-led government they helped bring to power

 

Flying the flag: Protesters hold the Egyptian national flag during demonstrations outside the presidential palaceFlying the flag: Protesters hold the Egyptian national flag during demonstrations outside the presidential palace

Arab Spring: As Egyptian protesters attack the presidential palace, many in Egypt and Tunisia are angry over what they see as an attempt by Islamists to hijack their revolutionsFresh violence: An Egyptian protesters lets off a firework during demonstrations as police fired into the air and shot teargas

Television footage showed scores of protesters in Zagazig lobbing petrol bombs at riot police, who responded with teargas to scatter the demonstrators.

‘Down, down with the rule of the Supreme Guide,’ protesters chanted, referring to Mohamed Badie, leader of the Brotherhood, which has dominated Egypt’s politics since the fall of Mubarak.

In al-Mahalla al-Kubra, another delta town, protesters threw bombs and broke down the door of a city council building as they tried to break in, MENA reported. Police fired teargas to disperse them.

The Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party issued a statement on its Facebook page condemning ‘the attempts of some political forces in al-Mahalla al-Kubra to incite violence and destruction of public property’.

In Kafr el-Sheikh, dozens of protesters pelted police with rocks and tried to storm a government building to demand the removal of the provincial governor, MENA said.

At a subway station near Tahrir Square, epicentre of the 18-day revolt that toppled Mubarak, demonstrators stopped trains by climbing onto the tracks, MENA reported.

In the town of El-Santa in Gharbiya province, protesters threw rocks at the offices of the Freedom and Justice Party, the Brotherhood’s political party, MENA reported.

Arab Spring: As Egyptian protesters attack the presidential palace, many in Egypt and Tunisia are angry over what they see as an attempt by Islamists to hijack their revolutions Arab Spring: As Egyptian protesters attack the presidential palace, many in Egypt and Tunisia are angry over what they see as an attempt by Islamists to hijack their revolutions

 

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