* To understand what a social state is please read the most important sociological paper from the last century.
'Extreme islam' and 'extremist muslims' vs. ?No, there is nothing to counter evil islam. Extreme islam has no alternative simply because islam is extreme in itself. Islam can never comply with the basic universal equality principle of Human Rights. That's because islam is based on racism and sexism, i.e. supremacy! Klevius therefore fully agrees with Erdogan's statement that there are no moderate muslims because there is no moderate islam.
And they are all around us ready to squeeze in more of islam whenever opportunities arise - and always ready to excuse islam from whatever that can be seen as unfavorable to islam.
Chief Crown Prosecutor for the north-west of England, Nazir Afzal was "removed" due to 'on-going drive for efficiency' after being investigated for allegation he sent a text message to a (muslim?) defendant in a court case.
Nazir Afzal to BBC's (deliberately?) toothless (and therefore useless) presenter Edward Stourton: It has nothing to do with islam. I know that the vast majority of offenders are British white male.
However, although white British men (because most Brits are "white" - "colored" muslims constitute below 3-5% and Pakistani/Bangladesh muslims even less) are the majority of abusers in the British population as a whole, the specific type of grooming offence and especially the very highly organised sex abuse such as we’ve seen in Rotherham and elsewhere, is dominated by muslims and follows Koranic principles from the origin of islam.
This should be a warning to British voters!
David Milliband (Red Ed's pink brother): "It's one thing to take on islam, the other is to take on the muslims abusing islam."
Klevius: Again, the evil ideology is excused while its evilness is called "abuse" of the ideology. An AK47 isn't a peaceful tool. It's meant to kill or injure humans no matter how you interpret the manual. And most users say it's for defense. Same with islam. Islam can't survive without being "attacked by "infidels" or "islamophobes". It's against this background you have to consider the muslim statement that Allah made all muslims but some, the "infidels", committed apostasy and therefore constitute "attack on islam".
Andrew Gilligan: Mr Niamatullah, also known as Abu Eesa, from Manchester, is a full-time preacher and an instructor for the Al-Maghrib Institute, whose dean of academic affairs, Yasir Qadhi, will appear at the same Mend events. Mr Qadhi has previously claimed the Holocaust was a hoax, although he now says he believes it did happen and has repudiated his views.
On April 3 in Manchester, one of the speakers booked to appear alongside Mr Niamatullah is Baroness Warsi, the former Tory chairman and the first Muslim woman to sit in Cabinet. Let us hope she has not read his views on women in the workplace from the “Prophetic Guidance” website. “I am an absolute extremist in this issue in that I don’t have any time for the opposing arguments,” he wrote.
“Women should not be in the workplace whatsoever. Full stop. I simply can’t imagine how we will safeguard our Islamic identity in the future and build strong Muslim communities in the West with women wanting to go out and becoming employed in the hell that it is out there.” There is no suggestion that Baroness Warsi endorses such extremist views.
Even carrying money in your pocket is “entirely unacceptable from a fiqhi [Islamic law] point of view”, according to Mr Niamatullah since there are “pictures of a non-mahram [forbidden] woman” – the Queen – on the banknotes, though he has “regretfully” conceded that this particular rule must be broken if daily life is to remain possible.
Baroness Warsi claimed last night that she was not appearing with anybody else at the Manchester event, although Mend’s own website lists her and Mr Niamatullah as speakers. Flyers for the event naming the pair have been circulating online for weeks. Other avowed Mend democrats include Azad Ali, the group’s head of community development and engagement, who has written of his “love” for Anwar al-Awlaki, the al-Qaeda recruiter; said that the Mumbai attacks were “not terrorism”; justified the killing of British troops and stated that “democracy, if it means at the expense of not implementing the Sharia, of course nobody agrees with that”.
Mend itself is a rebranding of a group called Engage, or iEngage, which was removed as secretariat to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Islamophobia in 2011 after The Sunday Telegraph revealed its links with extremism. The name change appears to have been enough to fool many MPs and official bodies.
Mend also appears dramatically better funded than in its Engage days, doubling its claimed number of staff and hiring regional co-ordinators across England.
Much of Mend’s money may come from the proceeds of tax avoidance. Sufyan Ismail, its chief executive, is a Lancashire businessman with reported assets of £65 million who earned his fortune by creating one of the country’s biggest tax avoidance consultancies, OneE Group, described as a “specialist advisory unit for high net worth entrepreneurs, footballers and celebrities”. OneE specialises in what its website called “income sheltering solutions” and “profit extraction” techniques, often through its offshore subsidiary in Cyprus. In an adaptation of the HMRC slogan “tax doesn’t have to be taxing”, OneE’s tag-line was that for its clients “tax doesn’t have to be”. Mend is based in OneE’s London office.
Mr Ismail, who lives in a leafy lane near Bolton, has been able to kill two birds with one stone, depriving the infidel British state of tens of millions in revenue while making himself extremely rich. As well as advising others how to avoid tax, OneE’s accounts show that it paid more than £26 million in two years into an “employer-financed retirement benefit scheme” and millions of pounds in “loans” to Mr Ismail. The £26 million could, of course, represent generous pensions for OneE’s 45 staff, averaging almost £600,000 each, nearly 10 times their average salaries. Or it could be a scheme to save Mr Ismail and his fellow directors paying almost any income tax. HMRC bluntly describes schemes of this type, which are legal, as “tax avoidance.”
'Jews and Christians are the 'enemies of Allah' who wil 'all go to hellfire,' said Haithsm al-Haddad
Another of Mr Ismail’s companies, the now-liquidated 1st Ethical Tax Planning, was subject to an HMRC investigation, according to documents at Companies House. The directors were reported by the liquidator under the Company Directors’ Disqualification Act, though Mr Ismail has not been disqualified. The auditors of OneE Group resigned in 2013 and the accounts of a related company, OneE Tax, have been revised and resubmitted – twice.
The outcome of the HMRC investigation is unknown. OneE did not return calls seeking comment, though the company has previously said that the pensions wheeze was merely “responsible tax planning” with nothing “aggressive or abusive” about it. Mr Ismail said last night that he had resigned as a director of OneE three months ago, but declined to respond to questions about the company or 1st Ethical Tax Planning. He said that he had “never engaged in tax avoidance of any description”.
Mend’s own accounts are not yet available, but in the last two years Mr Ismail and a fellow director of OneE have donated hundreds of thousands of pounds to their personal charity, 1st Ethical Charitable Trust, which has spent large sums on UK community projects, almost certainly including Mend.
So why are Mend and YouElect urging Muslims to participate in a system which many of the two organisations’ key figures fundamentally reject?
One clue may come in Mr Niamatullah’s speech, in which he said that Muslims should act as an “underground movement … to affect and influence people”.
Mr Ali’s day job is as a community affairs co-ordinator for the Islamic Forum of Europe (IFE), an extremist group based at the East London Mosque, which wants to create a Sharia state in Europe.
According to a training session for recruits, the IFE’s goal is “not simply to give da’wah [call to the faith]. Our goal is to create the True Believer, to then mobilise those believers into an organised force for change who will carry out da’wah, hisbah [enforcement of Islamic law] and jihad. This will lead to social change and iqamatud-Deen [an Islamic social, economic and political order]”. IFE’s “entryism” helped to install Lutfur Rahman as the Labour leader of Tower Hamlets council. He then gave them millions of pounds in grants. Mend also appears to have been funded by Tower Hamlets. Mr Rahman was expelled from the Labour Party, but re-elected as an independent, with IFE help. He represents Islamism’s closest ally in UK political office.
Mend and the IFE cannot, of course, hope to replicate their success in heavily Muslim Tower Hamlets across the UK. But by building links with an unsuspecting political establishment, they can further the Islamist agenda.
Mend’s “Muslim manifesto” attacks the way that the government has treated Islamists as “beyond the pale” and demands they be brought into “partnership” with Whitehall. Mend wants to return to the position under the previous administration where non-violent extremists were treated as legitimate representatives of their community. Mr Ali, for instance, was the chairman of the main liaison group between the Muslim community and the Metropolitan Police.
Mend has enjoyed some success in this field, building links with some police and crime commissioners, including Greater Manchester’s Tony Lloyd and West Yorkshire’s Mark Burns-Williamson.
'We are all Cage, abd we stand with them in all their endeavours,' said Jamil Rashid
The manifesto claims that the Government’s promotion of British values “provides a fertile environment for the festering of far-Right ideas” and says that “integration narratives” are “concerning”. It claims, falsely, that “government policy continues to conflate religion with extremism”.
It makes valid points about discrimination against Muslims in employment and anti-Muslim attacks, which are on the rise, albeit from a low base. But it uses selective evidence, often choosing the gloomiest opinion polls and the most damning studies to paint a picture of a community under siege. (Mend’s Facebook page is far more inflammatory, hosting, for instance, an article which says that Muslims may face a holocaust.)
It also claims that far-Right extremism is a “growing problem”. But, according to the anti-fascist group Hope not Hate, the British far-Right is “shrinking” and “in its worst state for almost 20 years”. The manifesto claims that a “surge in Islamophobic hate crime” after the killing of the soldier Lee Rigby included the murder of Mohammed Saleem, a Muslim. Mr Saleem was killed three weeks before Drummer Rigby’s death, by a Ukrainian racist who had been in Britain for five days.
Mend and YouElect, along with the IFE, the Muslim Council of Britain, the Unite union and the TUC, on Saturday organised a “march against Islamophobia”, assembling outside that well-known media hotbed of hate, the BBC.
“Islamophobia”, one of Mend’s favourite charges, is a standard accusation made by Muslim wrongdoers to smear critics and deter scrutiny. No doubt this article will attract a similar response. But every time the charge is abused by the likes of Mend, it loses a bit more credibility and further damages the genuine victims of anti-Muslim prejudice.
Friday, April 10, 2015
* By declaring herself a muslim she inevitably has to support sharia in some form. And every form of sharia is against the most basic of Human Rights and the principle of universal equality.
Jews, not Romans, ordered the execution of Jesus*. 600 years later Muhammad ordered the first genocide of Jews in Medina.* When Mr X "president"Barry Barakeh Hussain Muhammad Obama Soetoro Dunham (or whatever) in his presidential campaign was asked whether he believes in Jesus he said yes. However, like all muslims he doesn't believe in Christ.
First the Jews murdered Jesus and then the muslims murdered the Jews - no wonder religion seems to be the problem. Or do you really think that without Judaic religions there would still be the same amount of victims on top of other victims?! In other words, do you, for example, really think the Germans had murdered equally many without Nationalsocialism (aka Nazism)?
BBC presenter Mishal Husain has called on British Muslim scholars to use social media to combat extremism
Mishal Husain: “I don’t think my way of life is under any kind of threat."
BBC-s sharia presenter Mishal Husain with her islamofascist muslim pals who share almost identical values with the Islamic State.
British muslim jihadists: Samantha Lewthwaite, Mishal Husain and Michael Adebolajo
OIC Secretary-General Iyad Amin Madani stressed that the "Saudi governing system is based on Islam, which fosters values of justice, compassion, equality, and tolerance."
Klevius: These words from this human scumbag must be some of the most hypocritical ever uttered. According to historical facts islam has been the by far worst crime against humanity throughout 1400 years. And today islam's "guardian" Saudi Arabia is the most intolerant of the world's countries and has even criminalized Human Rights.Moreover. the Saudi regime is the hate mongering mastermind behind islamic terror around the world. And while most people point to islamic "scholars" (aka clerics, imams, etc) as the driving force, Mishal Husain asks these muslim "scholars" to contribute even more.
Ask your muslim friend if s/he supports Saudi based OIC and its Sharia against Human Rights! If s/he doesn't then s/he is an apostate (i.e. committing the worst "crime" known to islam) and ought to be welcomed by every non-muslim.
Saudi based OIC - and its islamofascist Saudi sharia Fuhrer Iyad Madani - constitutes islam today, and it's against the most basic of Human Rights!
Catherine Brennan, Reclaim Australia spokeswoman: "We are pro-Australian values and anti-extreme islam, but we're not anti-muslim".
Klevius: Meaning what?! Who are then the followers of "extreme islam" if they aren't muslims?