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UK: Primary school took pupils to meet an ‘extremist’ imam at the mosque where Lee Rigby’s killers worshipped

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British authorities seem intent on raising up the new generation of converts to Islam and jihadis, and handing over their country to devout sharia supremacists. Meanwhile, I am banned from the country for sounding the alarm about the jihad threat. Clearly British officials don’t want the alarm sounded.

“Primary school took pupils to meet an ‘extremist’ imam at the mosque where Lee Rigby’s killers worshipped,” by Katie French, Mailonline, April 16, 2017:

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Primary school children were taken to meet an Islamic preacher described as ‘extremist’ at the mosque where Lee Rigby’s murderers worshipped.

The trip saw pupils from Kilmorie Primary School in Lewisham, London, meet controversial preacher Shakeel Begg, who the High Court said ‘promoted and encouraged religious violence’.

Students at the school, aged eight and nine, were taken to the Lewisham Islamic Centre to take part in a discussion with the imam….

Photographs of the visit were posted to the mosque’s website which shows children sitting attentively on the floor as the imam addressed them.

Mr Begg even praised the children for their keenness to learn about the faith during the visit….

Mr Begg, chief imam at Lewisham Islamic Centre, was described in a High Court judgment at the end of October as a ‘Jekyll and Hyde character’.

Mr Justice Haddon-Cave also warned that Mr Begg’s role as imam put him in a position to ‘plant the seed of Islamic extremism in a young mind’.

The imam brought a libel case against the BBC after Andrew Neil, the presenter of the Sunday Politics programme, had accused him of promoting extremism on air.

But a judge ruled against him in the High Court and said he ‘had recently promoted and encouraged religious violence’….

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