The hatred enshrined in Islamic texts and teachings makes monsters out of human beings.
The only surprise coming out of this ludicrous rant is that the British police are investigating Nazim Ali, a director of the Islamic Human Rights Commission (an oxymoron), over comments he made at the “Al Quds” Day march in London on June 18.
He said: “As we know in Grenfell, many innocents were murdered by Theresa May’s cronies, many of which are supporters of Zionist ideology.”
Islamic activist causes outrage after claiming Grenfell Towers victims ‘were murdered’ by ‘Zionists who fund the Tories’
- Nazim Ali accused of whipping up hatred in speech made at an anti-Israel rally
- Police are investigating Mr Ali for comments made at the Al Quds Day march
- Claimed people were ‘murdered’ by ‘cronies’ who supported ‘Zionist ideology’
By Rory Tingle For Mailonline, 9 July 2017:
An Islamic activist has caused outrage after claiming the victims of the Grenfell Tower disaster were ‘murdered’ by Zionists who fund the Conservative Party.
Nazim Ali, a director of the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC), was accused of whipping up hatred in a speech he made at an anti-Israel rally just days after the fire.
He said: ‘As we know in Grenfell, many innocents were murdered by Theresa May’s cronies, many of which are supporters of Zionist ideology.’
Mr Ali, a managing partner at a west London health clinic, also told crowds: ‘Let us not forget that some of the biggest corporations who have supported the Conservative Party are Zionists.
‘They are responsible for the murder of the people in Grenfell, in those towers in Grenfell, the Zionist supporters of the Conservative Party.’
Al-Quds Day was initiated by Iran’s 1979 Islamic revolution founder Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini to support the Palestinian cause. The IHRC, which organised the London event, supports the political wing of Hizbollah.
Nazim Ali was accused of whipping up hatred in a speech he made at an anti-Israel rally just days after the fire. Circled: A protester believed to be Mr Ali
Mr Ali, a director of the group, introduced Jeremy Corbyn as the event’s keynote speaker in 2012, although the Labour leader did not attend this year’s event.
The IHRC rose to controversy when it bestowed ‘Islamophobes of the Year’ awards to the murdered staff of Paris magazine Charlie Hebdo.
It claims it is a human rights organisation that supports ‘everyone’s rights… regardless of whether we disagree with them’.
Anti-Semitism monitoring group The Community Security Trust slammed Mr Ali’s comments.
It said: ‘In any circumstances, these comments would have been utterly hateful. But to hang them on what happened at Grenfell Tower beggared belief.’
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: ‘We received an allegation of anti-Semitic comments and it is being investigated by detectives from Westminster CID. The inquiry continues.’
Mr Ali told The Sunday Telegraph: ‘You have not presented what I said accurately in the wider context of what was said in the prelude to the minute’s silence for Grenfell.
‘As presented it sounds somewhat inelegant… To say that some of Theresa May or the Tory party’s supporters are Zionists is hardly controversial.’
MailOnline has contacted the IHRC for comment.
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