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    The Glasgow Central Mosque and Khatm-e-Nubuwwat

    The Glasgow Central Mosque has said it was “shocked” by the murder of Asad Shah. It really shouldn’t be. It has done its part to foment the very hatred that apparently cost Mr Shah his life. See for yourself. The mosque proudly hosts annual meetings of the Khatm-e-Nubuwwat group. Here’s the poster for the latest. Khatm-e-Nubuwwat is a hideous death cult. A clear case in point was the reaction of some its followers to the murder of Asad Shah. It was glee. Entitled Anti Qadianiat (Tahafuz Khatme Nubuwwat), the page posted a comment alongside a screenshot of an article about the death of Asad Shah that said: “Congratulations to all…

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    Imam Muhammad Masood Qadiri: Conspiracy Fan

    Bradford and Bolton imam Muhammad Masood Qadiri is a proud supporter of religious murder, as readers know. So it is no surprise to find this sick reaction to the Brussels atrocities on his Facebook account: In another post, he adds that Islamic State was “actually created by western powers!”. This kind of conspiracy theory isn’t simply stupid. It is dangerous as well. Muslims who believe this lie will look away from the grave threats facing us all. Their anger will be fuelled too – see, it is Israel and America that are making Islam look bad! So, almost a month after celebrating religious murder, is Qadiri still listed as a…

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    Bradford Imam Muhammad Masood Qadiri: Proud Supporter of Religious Murder

    As a pious man, Muhammad Masood Qadiri knows that when the duty to defend religious murder calls he must answer. Here’s the Bradford imam’s first reaction to the execution of Mumtaz Qadri, the murderer of Pakistani liberal Salman Taseer: The Great Hero of Islam Ghazi Mumtaz Hussain Qadiri has been martyred Rejoice, though, for eternal life is the reward for defence of the “honour” of the prophet. Indeed, Qadiri was so moved by the death of his hero that he went to the funeral in Rawalpindi. Rose petals flying, time for another salute. In another post on the funeral, Qadiri says he is raising money for Mumtaz Qadri’s family. Religious…

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    The Al Aqsa Mosque in Bolton: Celebrating Religious Murder

    The Al Aqsa Mosque in Bolton likes religious violence so much that it has changed its Facebook profile to an image of Mumtaz Qadri. Qadri is of course the murderer of Salman Taseer, the Pakistani liberal who campaigned against his country’s benighted blasphemy laws. That work was his death warrant. Qadri in turn was executed by Pakistan on Monday. Scroll down from Qadri at the top of the Facebook account of the Aqsa mosque and you will find a post where “Handsome” is the caption for a photo of Qadri’s face taken at his funeral. Next comes a video from the funeral. The mosque post calls Qadri a “martyr” (shaheed).…

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    Bradford Imam Muhammed Asim Hussain: Murder Fan

    Salman Taseer was a Pakistani politician who did some good in the world: – He was one of the most prominent liberal politicians in the country and a close associate of Asif Ali Zardari, who was then the president. – Known to be an outspoken critic of the country’s harsh blasphemy laws, arguing that they discriminated against religious minorities, and sought liberal reforms. – He had called for a pardon for Asia Bibi, a Christian woman who was sentenced to death in 2010 for insulting the Prophet Muhammad. For this Taseer was murdered in 2011 by Mumtaz Qadri, one of his own bodyguards. Qadri shot Taseer 28 times. Qadri was…

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    Saudi Hatred in Luton

    The Luton Islamic Centre has one mission in this world: the promotion of vicious Saudi hatred. This January it will hold a three day event which provides a case in point. The event video is telling for those in the know. The chants of “ghurabaa” – “strangers” – are a calling card for Islamist extremists the world over and another name for the Luton mosque too. The same is true of “holding on to hot coals”. Distressing images from the Middle East follow to awaken fear and anger. It’s simple, really. Isolated in society, disliked, rejected? Be proud, for it only means you are on the right path. Stay on…

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    The Wisdom of Abu Eesa Niamatullah

    Invite Abu Eesa Niamatullah to your events if you want to be known as an extremist outfit. This is just what the Islamist political agitation group MEND is doing. The Manchester preacher will speak at four of their meetings in April. Let’s take a closer look at the wisdom of Mr Niamatullah. Whitewashing Terrorists Hhugs is an extremist charity dedicated to supporting the families of imprisoned terrorists. Have a look at its event speakers and its supporters. They are some of the worst terrorist cheerleaders and hate preachers in the land, including Cage figures, Haitham al-Haddad, Murtaza Khan, and Uthman Lateef. Hhugs is currently being investigated by the Charity Commission.…

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    Murtaza Khan and the Lewisham Islamic Centre

    Step in Murtaza Khan to round up a look at the Lewisham Islamic Centre and its imam Shakeel Begg. Khan is one of the most overtly brutal extremists in Britain today. He is fond of vicious language, aggressive delivery, and lethal messages. To know this quickly, see him here saying homosexuals should be killed. This kind of violent rage has long been welcome at the Lewisham Islamic Centre, where Shakeel Begg leads. Khan did his part with a burning call to jihad in a talk recorded at the mosque in August 2009. Reaching a peak of fury in that talk, Khan tells Muslims to envisage a beautiful time of victory,…

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    Shakeel Begg and Haitham Haddad

    You have seen that Shakeel Begg is plainly an extremist. His very own words, on video, make it as clear as can be. Shakeel Begg speaking at an extremist rally. To the right is fellow speaker Haitham Haddad. The record of his mosque, the Lewisham Islamic Centre, provides further evidence against him. Evidence that stretches back for years on end, in fact. For example, only an extremist group would want the notorious hate preacher Haitham Haddad to preach to its followers. Well, this is just what the Lewisham Islamic Centre has done with Haddad. He has been very welcome there. In one talk at the mosque in 2008, Haddad asks…

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    CAGE events feature roster of extremists

    This is a cross-post from Student Rights The threat posed to the UK by British Muslims fighting in Syria and Iraq has seen increased activity by the government in recent months to challenge domestic extremism. For the prisoner support group CAGE however this represents “an ideological attack” on the Muslim community – with activists ‘criminalised because they care’ – and it is holding a number of events to highlight this. Featuring some of the UK’s most notorious hate preachers, these events have already been promoted to students, and will likely continue to be so in the coming weeks. CAGE itself has a history of supporting extremists, including its defence of…