The UK government is working with this pro-jihad, Jew-hating group, and providing free housing for returning ISIS fighters, but I am still banned. They’ve threatened to kill little Prince George, and the UK is ….. working with organizations that promote the same ideology.
This story ought to be unbelievable, but sadly it isn’t. The UK has long since capitulated wholesale to the forces of jihad. Now it’s just a matter of time. Little by little, bit by bit, British freedoms are eroded. The freedom of speech? Long gone: if you say a word that is remotely critical of Islam, you could lose your job and even go to jail. Bacon on a mosque door handle or “hate speech” on the Internet are considered more serious crimes than preaching jihad violence and the subjugation of the kuffar. In fact, the British authorities who banned me from entering the country routinely allow in jihad preachers from places such as Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, hotbeds of jihad recruitment and activity. Those preachers make triumphant tours of British mosques, agitating for jihad, raising up a new generation of jihadis, while Theresa May sits complacently in #10 Downing Street, congratulating herself on Britain’s diversity.
That diversity will blow up in her face, sooner or later. The land of the Magna Carta is dead. It’s all over now but for the final denouement.
“Report: Muslim Lobby Group Mend ‘Promotes Extremism’, Works with MPs and Police,” by Liam Deacon, Breitbart, October 31, 2017:
A Muslim lobby group, which regularly works with police, MPs, and local government, promotes “extremism”, harbours anti-Semites, and gives a platform to Muslim grievance narratives and Islamist views, a report has found.
Muslim Engagement and Development (Mend) claims to help British Muslims engage in the democratic process, but its leaders are detailed as opposing democracy in favour of sharia, having legitimised the killing of British troops, and promoting conspiracy theories about Islamist terror, The Henry Jackson Society report found.
They have praised and/or partnered with other groups linked to extremism, such as iERA, the anti-Semitic Friends of Al Aqsa and, most regularly, the allegedly “pro-terrorist” group Cage.
The report also explains how Mend has consistently fought against liberal, pro-West Muslims, and sought to destroy many counter-terror laws including Prevent.
Some Tory MPs have now said they will back away from the group following the report, but Labour’s Stephen Kinnock said he would still host an up-and-coming meeting with Mend.
Despite their opposition to Prevent, the Borough of Tower Hamlets once paid Mend £25,262.40 to help to evaluate their “No Place for Hate” campaign, which was part of the borough’s implementation of Prevent.
One of the longest-serving and most prominent figures in Mend, Azad Ali, gives talks in schools and has had meetings with police.
Yet, in 2010, he lost a libel case against the Daily Mail, with the court finding the paper was justified in describing him as a “hardline Islamic extremist who supports the killing of British and American soldiers in Iraq,” due to writings on his blog.
He has also attacked “infidels” on the blog, saying Muslims should “hate” their actions, praised the leader of the terror group Hamas, and advocated sharia law, which he said should come before respecting democracy. On Twitter, he has urged Muslim to “refuse to comply with” counter-terror laws.
He has also worked for a group accused of bringing extremist speakers to the East London Mosque, including the 9/11-linked Al-Qaeda cleric Anwar Al Awlaki, who Mr. Ali has personally said he has “love” for.
Mend has enjoyed considerable influence over the UK’s police, and Mr. Ali and others from the group have worked with numerous forces and councils, training them about Islamic doctrine, Muslim grievance narratives, and so-called “Islamophobic hate crimes”.
They have a huge amount of power in Manchester, where they are one of only two Islamic groups on the ‘Ending Islamophobia Action Planning Group’, alongside Greater Manchester police, Manchester city council, and the Office of Police and Crime Commissioner.
Before his election, Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham shared a platform Mend, after he implied Muslims should not work with police and opposed counter-terror laws.
Author of the report and Research Fellow at The Henry Jackson Society, Tom Wilson, said:
“This report demonstrates in considerable detail why Mend’s message risks being so dangerous. It also exposes the many shocking and troubling statements from individuals who have been part of that organisation over the years.
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