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Stoke Imam Found Guilty Of Supporting ISIS And Preaching Hate In His Sermons At Mosque

Muslim imam Kamran Hussain who preached at a charity funded, Stoke on Trent mosque has been found guilty of supporting ISIS. The islamic radical cleric was recorded by undercover police officers giving several hate filled sermons to members of Stokes Muslim community  praising ISIS and telling young children that martyrdom is the best thing they can hope to achieve.

You don’t hear of priests, rabbis or other religious leaders from any other faith preaching hate and murder. Yet there are countless Muslim clerics doing exactly that up and down the UK.. Preaching radical Islam seems to be the norm for most mosques.

Its time now for the government to start putting their foot down and saying enough is enough to Islamic mosques and institutions and start finding out whats going on in these placesTo Muslims who have been brain washed by Islam since birth. Religious figures like Kamran Hussain are held in high esteem and they have  a considerable  influence over the naive everyday Muslim at the mosque. 

Stoke imam guilty of supporting Islamic State group

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Image captionKamran Hussain gave radical sermons at a mosque in Stoke-on-Trent

A British imam who preached support for the so-called Islamic State (IS) has been found guilty of terror offences.

Kamran Hussain, 40, gave radical sermons to around 40 worshippers at a charity-funded mosque in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent.

The Old Bailey heard he told children that martyrdom was better than anything they could achieve at school.

Hussain, from Tunstall, was convicted of two counts of supporting IS and six of encouraging terrorism.

The dates of the offences were between June and September last year.

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Image captionKamran Hussain was convicted of eight offences, including two counts of supporting IS

During the trial jurors heard Hussain was arrested after an undercover officer secretly recorded a series of Friday lunchtime sermons over the four months.

A total of 17 sermons were attended, 10 of which “strayed beyond the mainstream moderate Islamic thought”, prosecutor Mrs Sarah Whitehouse QC said.

They included one on 2 September 2016 where Hussain talked about martyrdom to a congregation of nine children and 35 adults.

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Image captionThe mosque at the centre of the allegations is based at High Street in Tunstall

He told those present that martyrs had nothing to fear when “you go in front of Allah with the bullet wounds and the sword wounds and you are raised in that situation with the blood still coming from your body”.

Jurors also heard the imam had preached that far right group Britain First was a “government-backed project”.

Following his arrest, Hussain said the ability to discuss “difficult concepts in a challenging world” was an essential part of religion and claimed he was exercising his right to freedom of speech.

He will be sentenced on 28 September.

Islamic Hate Preacher Shakeel Begg Hosted Workshop For Muslim Foster Parents In London

Following on from this weekends breaking story about a Christian girl placed with Muslim extremist foster parents in Tower Hamlets. Who forced the child to remove a cross necklace she wore and encouraged the child to live an Islamic lifestyle. The Telegraph today reports that notourious Muslim hate cleric Shakeel Begg ran a workshop for potential Muslim foster carers. 

Shakeel Begg is the imam at Lewisham Islamic Centre, where the Muslim radicals who murdered Drummer Lee Rigby attended on a regular basis. 

Shakeel Begg recently failed in the High Court when he took exception to being called an extremist in the press. The judge like anybody else with common sense disagreed with the hate preacher, ruling he did have extremist views and threw his case out. Begg is a regular guest speaker at communist front group Unite Against Fascism events which speaks volumes about his character.You dont have to be a genius to imagine what kind of advice he was giving to the  Muslim foster parents

 

Revealed: Extremist Islamic preacher hosted foster care workshop
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An extremist Islamic preacher helped in the recruitment of foster parents, The Telegraph can disclose, amid a growing row over a Christian child placed in the care of devout Muslims.
The imam hosted a workshop for would-be foster carers just months after the High Court ruled him an “extremist Islamic speaker ” who had “promoted and encouraged religious violence”. His mosque, the Lewisham Islamic Centre, was attended by the killers of Fusilier Lee Rigby. The imam and the centre had condemned the murder.
The event was organised on behalf of the London borough of Lewisham as part of a drive to find more Muslims willing to foster children.
The disclosure comes amid a growing furore over the decision by crisis-ridden Tower Hamlets, another London council, to place a five-year-old girl in the care of two Muslim households.
A council source said the borough had a shortage of non-Muslim carers with whom to place Christian children.

Shakeel Begg at a protest event in 2009

In contrast, most councils have a shortage of Muslim families to provide foster care for children of Islamic heritage.
Lewisham Islamic Centre was chosen as the venue for a workshop “on the importance and need of foster carers in the Muslim community” in March this year. A photograph from the event posted on the mosque’s website shows the gathering being addressed by Shakeel Begg, the imam.
Mr Begg had just a few months earlier lost a High Court libel case against the BBC which accused him of promoting extremism.
Mr Justice Haddon-Cave, ruling in the BBC’s favour, described Mr Begg as a “Jekyll and Hyde character” and “an extremist Islamic speaker who espouses extremist Islamic positions”.
Tom Wilson, a research fellow at the Henry Jackson Society who has written a research paper on Begg, condemned the hosting : “It is inconceivable that those who espouse extremism should be overseeing childcare of any kind, including fostering. Shakeel Begg was found to be an extremist in the High Court as recently as October, and despite this Lewisham Islamic Centre has kept him in place as Imam and a trustee.

“Institutions linked to extremism are in no position to be involved in the foster process”.
Lewisham Council declined to comment on Mr Begg’s suitability to host the meeting. A council spokesman said: “Like all councils we need foster carers from all parts of the community and we will continue to visit a range of groups to encourage more people to foster in Lewisham.”
NRS Foster Care Recruitment, which organised the workshop on behalf of Lewisham council, said it had no idea that Mr Begg had been branded an extremist and said he was not involved in the event. “We have no control over who may or may not be at an information sessions,” said a spokesman, adding: “We promote our services to different faith groups.”
Mr Begg was unavailable for comment. But he has in the past vigorously contested the High Court decision. “As regards the Judgment and the ‘extremist’ label, this is fully rejected,” according to a post on the Lewisham Islamic Centre website.
The Department for Education said it was undertaking a national fostering ‘stocktake’ that would examine the recruitment of foster carers.
The case in Tower Hamlets highlights the difficulty of matching children to the right carers. A council source suggested the borough lacked sufficient Christian families where children could be placed.
Anne Longfield, Children’s Commissioner for England, said: “I am concerned at these reports. A child’s religious, racial and cultural background should be taken into consideration when they are placed with foster carers.”
Michael Nazir-Ali, former bishop of Rochester, said: “It is quite clear that birth parents retain the right to a child’s religious beliefs and, in any case, guidance to foster parents requires that they give attention to a child’s cultural and religious identity.
“At the very least there’s been a violation of that requirement.”
Confidential local authority reports suggest one of the girl’s foster carers removed her necklace, which had a Christian cross, and also suggested she should learn Arabic. The girl was said at times to be “very distressed”. Her present carer allegedly wears a burka when with the child in public.
Tower Hamlets Council said in a statement on Tuesday that it disputed some of the claims in the case. A spokesman said: “While we cannot go into details of a case that would identify a child in foster care, there are inaccuracies in the reporting of it.
“For example, the child is in fact fostered by an English speaking family of mixed race in this temporary placement. We would like to give more details but we are legally restricted to do so.”
The spokesman added: “Tower Hamlets Council has the welfare of children at the heart of what we do. The decision to choose foster carers for a child is based on a number of factors including cultural background and proximity to promote contact with the child’s family and the child’s school in order to give them as much stability as possible.”

Busted – Bolton Mosque Taqiyya Over Hate Preacher Appearance

Masjid-E-Ghosia mosque in Bolton have been using the Islamic doctrine of taqiyya ( lying to non Muslims for the benefit of Islam) over the planned appearance of a radical hate preacher at the mosque on December 24 th. Extremist cleric  Syed Muzaffar Shah Qadri, has been banned from preaching in his native Pakistan for allegedly celebrating the murder of a popular politician was advertised as guest speaker at the Bolton mosque.

Syed Muzaffar Shah Qadri, who has been dubbed a “firebrand” by Pakistani authorities, is due to speak at a number of British mosques in a series of heavily promoted events, despite being prohibited from speaking in his own country.

Posters advertising the hate preacher were circulated on social media, including from the mosques own official Twitter account.  Yet the mosque went into denial mode once the hate preachers tour was reported in the national media.

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The mosque claimed it was somebody being  malicious against them circulating false rumours yet their  own twitter  post shown above  shows  this claim is lies.

Bashir Sharma, of the mosque,told Bolton News

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

“We have Munawwar Ateeq coming from Birmingham instead.

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

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

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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
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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.”

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

No HnH Or TellMama Objections To Pakistani Terror Supporting Clerics UK Mosque Tour

In June 2013, then Home Secretary Teressa May blocked two of the worlds leading counter-jihad activists, Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller from entering the UK. The pair had been due to speak at an English Defence League rally in the aftermath of the savage murder of Lee Rigby by barbaric Muslim extremists. Despite neither having a history of participating or promoting any kind of violence, and Robert Spencer being an expert on Islam and author of many books on the subject of Islamization including a NY Times best seller.

Home Secretary Theresa May informed Spencer and Geller that their presence in the UK would “not be conducive to the public good”. The reality of the situation was the government gave in to pressure from two publicly funded anti racism cashcows  groups who had been heavily campaigning online to try to get the counter-jihad activists barred from entering the UK.One being the Muslim sympathy seekers from TellMama, at a time when Fiyaz Mughals taqiyya had yet to be rumbled and he had managed to twist the negative Muslim attention after Woolwich onto the EDL . Portraying Muslims as the victims.

The second group who went all out campaigning and collected a 28,000 signature petition to block Spencer and Gellers were Hope not Hate. A far-left extremist group bank rolled by the Department for Communities and Local Government and Unite the union. It is run by a communist Nick Lowles along with serial fantasist Matthew Collins, a former neo nazi granny beater who switched sides after his former nazi friends found out that he was a police informer and were baying for his blood. Collins is now well paid by HnH to falsely smear people who simply object to the threat of Islam and speak their minds about it as racists and nazis. Matthew Collins is a fraud and a very dangerous one at that. Not one to let the truth get in the way of his story telling, Collins will  happily put people s safety at risk  by manufacturing fake evidence to make his lies and false look genuine.

Fast forward a little over 3 years and countless acts of Islamic terrorism later to present day. When two Islamic  hate preachers from Pakistan, who openly support terrorism to further Islam decide to come to the UK and embark on a tour of mosques which began in July and will run to early September. Where they will spew their warped Islamic beliefs to already hot-headed and volatile Muslims, inciting and agitating them even more . Then you would expect those honourable chaps from TellMama and Hope not Hate who made such a song and dance about Spencer and Gellers planned visit. To have at least made the same kind of stand against these two vile hate preachers.

But no……The silence is deadly ……….Then again there is no money to be made making a stand against Islamists unlike the money-making machine of the islamophobia industry

The itinerary includes mosques and Islamic groups in Banbury, Batley, Birmingham, Blackburn, Bradford, Brierfield, Chesham, Crawley, Derby, Dudley, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Halifax, London, Luton, Maidenhead, Newcastle, Northampton, Nottingham, Oldham, Rochdale, Rotherham, Slough, Stockton on Tees, Wakefield, and Watford.

Pakistani clerics who praised an Islamist assassin in Pakistan speaking at a mosque in Oldham. Pictured is Hassan Haseeb ur Rehman
Pakistani clerics who praised an Islamist assassin in Pakistan speaking at a mosque in Oldham. Pictured is Hassan Haseeb ur Rehman

Clerics who hailed killer at mosque

Pakistani clerics who praised an Islamist assassin in Pakistan were allowed to speak at a mosque in Oldham. Pictured is Hassan Haseeb ur Rehman

Pakistani clerics who praised an Islamist assassin in Pakistan were allowed to speak at a mosque in Oldham. Pictured is Hassan Haseeb ur Rehman

Reporter: Iram Ramzan
Date online: 16 August 2016

CONTROVERSIAL Pakistani clerics who praised an Islamist assassin in Pakistan were allowed to speak at a mosque in Oldham last week.

Muhammad Naqib ur Rehman and Hassan Haseeb ur Rehman spoke to a large gathering at Madina Mosque and Islamic Centre in Clydesdale Street, Coppice, last Thursday and Friday as part of their seven-week UK tour, Sacred Journey, which runs until September 4.

After Oldham they went on to speak at mosques in Rochdale and Rotherham

The clerics led a high-profile campaign in Pakistan in praise of Mumtaz Qadri, who was executed in January after murdering Pakistani politician Salman Taseer in 2011 for opposing Pakistan’s strict blasphemy laws.

Qadri had claimed it was his religious duty to kill the Punjab governor.

CONTROVERSIAL . . . Muhammad Naqib ur Rehman at Madina Mosque & Islamic Centre in Coppice
CONTROVERSIAL . . . Muhammad Naqib ur Rehman at Madina Mosque Islamic Centre in Coppice

Funeral
In a social media post after Qadri’s execution, Haseeb ur Rehman said: “Every person who loves Islam and Prophet is in grief for the martyrdom of Mumtaz Qadri.”

Several videos on YouTube showed the clerics urging people to attend Qadri’s funeral, which they also attended in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

They repeatedly referred to Qadri as “shaheed” (martyr).

Between 15,000 and 100,000 people attended Qadri’s funeral, shrieking slogans such as “Qadri, your blood will bring the revolution” and “The punishment for a blasphemer is beheading”.

Fierce riots ensued in Pakistan after Qadri’s execution.

Last month, after arriving in the UK, Muhammad Naqib ur Rehman was welcomed at Lambeth Palace by Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby.

The pair discussed subjects including countering “the narrative of extremism and terrorism” and interfaith relations.

Shahbaz Taseer, whose father was murdered by Qadri, criticised British authorities for allowing the clerics into the country.

He told a newspaper: “These people teach murder and hate. For me personally I find it sad that a country like England would allow cowards like these men in.

“It’s countries like the UK and the US that claim they are leading the way in the war against terror [and] setting a standard. Why are they allowing people [in] that give fuel to the fire they are fighting against?”

The Home Secretary has the power to ban people from the UK if their presence is deemed to not be “conducive to the public good.”

Former Home Secretary and now Prime Minister Theresa May used these powers to ban US bloggers Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller from entering the country, as well as controversial Islamist preacher Zakir Naik.

Geller and Spencer co-founded anti-Muslim group Stop Islamisation of America.

Venues

The Chronicle spoke to imam Zahoor Chishti, from Madina Mosque and Islamic Centre in Coppice.

He said the event was not organised by the mosque itself but by the clerics’ team. He said he did not know who approved the decision for the pair to speak at the mosque.

Speaking about the two clerics, imam Chishti said: “They have got hundreds of thousands of followers in the UK.

“Several followers and disciples of theirs contact people and ask if they could use their venues.

“If they are approved it’s got nothing to do with the imam or preachers here.

“I was at the event for a short while, just to show my face.

“It looks very bad in the community if the imam is not there.”

When asked if he was aware of the clerics’ comments about Qadri, he added: “On a personal level I didn’t know what they believe.

“When I found out I was upset. I think it was really upsetting and wrong.

“They come to the UK every year and give messages of love, so that’s why they’re booked on that basis.

“I think this will change how things are organised at the mosque. They should take better precautionary measures.”

Jihadi Mentor Who Shouldnt Even Be Here Lives Life Of Luxury Fiddling Benefits

 

Most of us unfortunately have to spend a good deal of time each week working hard just to get by in life. For some it will be back breaking work, others long or unsociable hours. We do whatever it takes to put food on our tables and clothes on our backs.

Then there are those who live the life of luxury by playing the system at the taxpayers expense. Lazy bastards that have never worked nor have any intention to. Never paid a penny into the pot since they arrived in the UK from whichever dump of an Islamic nation they came from. They hate Britain, the British people, our customs and traditions. The only thing they do like is our welfare system that makes them feel like they have won the jackpot every time that giro comes through the letterbox.

 

One of those repulsive leeches is Hani al-Sibai, a hate preacher connected to the terror group which masterminded the Tunisia terror attack is living off £50,000 a year in benefits in a taxpayer-funded £1million house by abusing the welfare system

The hardcore Islamist by rights shouldnt even be here in the first place having fled a 15-year Egyptian jail sentence using human rights laws to allow him to not only stay in Britain, but take advantage of the welfare system.

He lives with his wife and five children in his leafy West London home in Ravenscourt Park, just a stone’s throw from plush Fulham. The terrorist mentor is often  seen strolling around his neighbourhood, also parks his £16,995 Toyota Corolla Verso outside his posh home.

So while the DWP declare genuinely disabled people fit to work, some how this horrible Muslim is still claiming sick money. They rake in almost double the benefits cap of £26,000 using alleged disabilities to claim extra living allowances which reach about £48,000 a year. He most likely is using the much tried and successful Muslim ploy of evading questions at his assessment with the ‘i dont understand’. The non medially trained interviewer will then just tick the relevant boxes.  Whilst both him and his wife are claiming to be unable to work chances are they are both down as the other ones carer and possibly falsely claiming some of their children are disabled so they can get extra carers allowance bumping their payment up.

You can be sure that now the stories out at some point the hate preacher will need police protection when he gets confronted by disgruntled Brits. So i thought i would have a look at the difference between a police officers pay and the leeches benefit payments.  

Salaries vary between forces but the typical starting salary for police constables in England, Wales and Northern Ireland is £23,317 and £25,962 after initial training. After several years’ experience if your lucky you may get promoted in which case  salary is £36,519 to £41,040 for a sergeant; Still less than the hate clerics 50k pa. A few more years of good conviction rates and possible promotion maybe £46,788 to £50,751 for inspector which will allow a policeman to earn as much as the repulsive blood thirsty mullah 

WHAT A JOKE THIS COUNTRY IS BECOMING !!!  DEPORT THIS FILTH NOW !!!

Baroness Warsi To Share Platform With Hate Preachers At Extremist Fundraiser

Tory life peer Baroness Warsi shows her  loyalties are to Islamists and not the crown.
Tory life peer Baroness Warsi shows her loyalties are to Islamists and not the crown.

 

(H/T: Harrys Place)

Muslim peer Baroness Warsi is to share the platform  with radical preachers at an event organised by an extremist Muslim group. On April 3rd in Manchester, dodgy Muslim activist group MEND will be hosting a fundraiser. MEND is the new name for the extremist group Iengage whose guise as a moderates had been seen through by just about everybody. Bringing about a re-branding for the Islamist lobbyists. Since their relaunch MEND submitted the recent Muslim manifesto to parliament with a list of demands for British based Islamists which go against all British values.

No doubt having seen the success that Fiyaz Mughal and his dawah machine TellMama have had at spreading Islam and attempting to stifle free speech. MEND have also been quick to jump on the islamophobia gravy train  since its re-branding. The anti hate crime business is booming at the moment with government funding handed out willy nilly. Yesterday in London, MEND were involved in yesterdays “march against Islamophobia” along with islamofascit group, Islamic Forum Europe who MEND are strongly linked to. As well as leftist controlled Unite the union. Communists from the SWP and their front group UAF.  Islamophobia is a vital weapon in the Muslims arsenal to stifle free speech and criticism level at them.

Extremist guest speakers on the night as you would expect from an islamist group like this include Hamas supporting hate preacher Zahir Mahmood. American Islamist Yasir Qadhi and Abu Eesa who made derogatory comments about females on the occasion of International Women’s Day and told crude“jokes” about women, FGM and rape.

What nice old bunch of chaps for a life peer in the House of Lords to appear alongside. At least we all know for sure now which side of the fence she is really sitting on and her loyalties are with.  This is no different to Nigel Farage being a guest speaker at a National Front Fundraiser alongside Nick Griffin and a kkk member. Imagine the uproar that would create.

 

Yasir Qadhi, a Memphis Imam based in Tennessee, preaches openly about what Islam truly is. He makes no bones about thinking that anyone other than a Muslim doesn’t deserve anything and are less than Muslims. In fact, part of Yasir Qadhi’s preaching includes rhetoric that says non-Muslims lives are forfeit and their property is legal for Muslims to take in jihad, (and this would include women as sex slaves)  Recently Yasir Qadhi said that “Jews and Christians filthy, their lives and property can be taken in jihad by the Muslims.”He also claims that it is the responsibility of every single human being to bear witness that there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah, and him alone.

The extremist hate preacher has sexist views of women, believing that females being oppressed and kept on lockdown in the home is sharias way of protecting the females.

When questioned on Muslim women working he answered

“So if you stick to the sharia, you will keep your honour and dignity and liberty. And if you go beyond the sharia, this is where the wolves and the predators [men] will come and try to get you. So the general rule is that sisters should not work. They should not work because their role is as wives and mothers………We have a job to do and that is to bring about an ummah, to bring about a generation. Men have been assigned a role in that job and women have been assigned a role. It is not fair to compare apples and oranges.”

So the under his view of Islam the womans job is to live as a recluse almost like a slave cooking, cleaning and being a Muslim baby production line.

“Stay at your house. Your food and drink will come to you. What more do you want? Your husband will provide for you all that you need. What more do you want? Instead of looking at it from a negative way, look at from a positive way. You take care of the small, little things of the house, you please your husband, and in return your husband will give you the far more difficult things to do, of earning money and doing this and that.”

 

Zahir Mahmood has a history of inciting communal division, arguing in his lecture ‘European Depictions of the Prophet’ that the West is “doing what their forefathers have done for over 1,000 years. They have been vilifying, demonising the Muslims, Islam, and especially the prophet”.He also added that “…there has been a deep enmity and a deep history. The only difference today is that they use the spin of freedom of speech”.

In addition to this, he was recorded at a rally for Viva Palestina  (video above) claiming that that “Hamas are not terrorists, they’re freedom fighters” at a rally for Viva Palestina.

Hate Preacher Who Inspired Lee Rigby Killers To Sue BBC For Being Called Extremist

Hardline imam Shakeel Begg, 37, is suing the BBC saying it described him as an 'extremist' 
HATE PREACHER SHAKEEL BEGG UPSET AT BEING CALLED EXTREMIST

 

KERCHING !!  Notorious hate preacher Shakeel Begg has seen £ signs in front of his eyes and is attempting to sue the BBC. Demanding libel damages and BBC don’t call him ‘extremist’  again. You couldn’t make this stuff up. A Muslim extremist getting upset at being called a Muslim extremist.

Shakeel Begg is the Salafist imam at Lewisham Islamic Centre in South-East London, the mosque where Lee Rigby’s murderers attended. Another mosque regular was Khadijah Dare who used the Twitter name Muhajirah fi Sham (meaning “immigrant in Syria”). She was radicalised here in the UK and ran off to join ISIS and marry a jihadist.  Making regular postings on social media calling for other British based Muslim women to join her in Syria. She recently caused controversy  posting pictures of her young son who she took to Syria with her holding a AK-47.

The Mail on Sunday reported : A hardline imam at a mosque where the killers of soldier Lee Rigby worshipped is suing the BBC, saying it described him as an ‘extremist’.Shakeel Begg, 37, is taking legal action after presenter Andrew Neil said on the Sunday Politics Show that the imam had praised jihad as ‘the greatest of deeds’.Mr Begg, head of the Lewisham Islamic Centre in South-East London, is demanding libel damages and that the BBC doesn’t again call him an ‘extremist’ who ‘encourages religious violence’.

According to the High Court writ, Mr Neil interviewed Farooq Murad, then head of the Muslim Council of Britain, during the Sunday Politics Show in November 2013.
Mr Neil said the East London Mosque in Whitechapel was ‘a venue for a number of extremist speakers…who espouse extremist positions’.

The presenter added: ‘This year Shakeel Begg, he spoke there and hailed jihad as the greatest of deeds.’ Mr Begg has said he cannot recall making such a speech at the East London Mosque. But in 2011 he told guests at a charity dinner elsewhere that ‘jihad in the path of Allah is one of the greatest deeds a Muslim can take part in’. Asked about that speech, he explained that by ‘jihad’ he had meant ‘spiritual struggle’.

Mr Begg did not deny Mr Rigby’s killers – Michael Adebolajo, 28, and Michael Adebowale, 22 – attended the Lewisham Islamic Centre in the months leading up to the Woolwich attack.
But he said the Centre had issued a statement expressing ‘shock and sadness’.A Centre spokesman said: ‘We and our imam work closely with various community groups, including the police.’
The BBC last night declined to comment.

Begg  has been regarded as an extremist since way before the Woolich murder of Lee Rigby. In 2006 he reportedly told students “You want to make jihad? Very good… take some money and go to Palestine and fight, fight the terrorists, fight the Zionists”.

Its not only non Muslims who consider him an extremist either. A Muslim website called Islam Against Extremism cites Shakeel Begg alongside the likes of Abu Hamza, Anjem Choudary and Abu Qatada in being responsible for the radicalization of Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale. Their website states:

“As has come to light recently, Michael Adebolajo was influenced by Shakeel Begg in the latter’s verdicts of jihad in Syria, and is part of what led him to believe that unless you participate in jihad today you are sinful, and that jihad is fard al-ayn (an individual obligation). This is certainly the idea that is presented by extremists like Shakeel Begg

They also state Begg is very devious and manipulative in his ways of radicalising those he preaches to. Pushing the work and ideology of  Sayyid Qutb. An Islamist theologian who fused radical Safalist Islam with Marxism / Communism. Osama Bin Laden, Anwar al-Awlaki and Hasan al-Banna founder of the Muslim Brotherhood were all notable Qutbists. 

Shakeel Begg has something of a fetish for Muslim prisoners and not your petty crook sort either. High profile Muslim prisoners charged with terrorist offences. Some who have murdered in the name of Allah, others who are said to of been behind terrorist attacks.

The above video shows the hate preacher speaking at a rally outside Belmarsh prison in London he spoke of solidarity for his fellow Muslim brothers locked up unfairly in Belmarsh and around the world. Those prisoners held in Belmarsh prison at the time included hate preacher Abu Qatada who was deported on murder/terrorism charges. Hook handed Abu Hamza, recently sentenced to life imprisonment in the USA for terrorism. Babar Ahmed who protested his innocence whilst held in Belmarsh only to plead guilty at his terrorism trial in America.

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

Again in the video below is Shakeel Begg at a conference staged by Cageprisoners, the terrorist support group. Begg finds former Guantanamo inmates “inspiring” and worthy of a divine salute. 

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

Begg is a staunch supporter of jailed Pakistani scientist Dr Aafia Siddiqui nicknamed Lady al Qaeda. Siddiqui’s release was included in the demands of terrorists ISIS for a failed prisoner exchange for an American hostage. Shakeel Begg has spoke at fundraisers for the terrorist prisoner.

Shakeel Begg is one of Unite Against Fascism’s  favourite extremist guest speakers. He has been a regular at events run by the communist UAF over recent years. The UAF are more than happy to share the platform with Islamofascists.

The hate preacher has released a statement on his mosque website regarding the Mail’s article. Attempting to portray himself as the victim and likening the Daily Mail to Hitlers Nazi’s propaganda as he seized power in pre war Germany.