Two-faced British imam gets caught in the act
A LEADING imam in the mosque where the July 7 bombers worshipped has hailed their terrorist attack on London as a “good” act in a secretly taped conversation with an undercover reporter.And if al-Faisal is going to incite against the west and those he considers dhimmis, that's why it'd be ill-advised to release him from prison.
Hamid Ali, spiritual leader of the mosque in West Yorkshire, said it had forced people to take notice when peaceful meetings and conferences had no impact.
He also praised the bombers as the “children” of Abdullah al-Faisal, a firebrand Muslim cleric, who was convicted of inciting murder and racial hatred in 2003.
Ali revealed that the leader of the London suicide bombers had attended sermons in Yorkshire by al-Faisal and tapes of al-Faisal’s teachings were still circulating within his mosque.
Al-Faisal, who has branded non-Muslims as “cockroaches” ripe for extermination, is serving a seven-year prison sentence but is eligible for early release next week.
Evidence of continuing extremism and terrorist sympathisers in the bombers’ community has been exposed by a six-week investigation by The Sunday Times. It contrasts with the public statements of condemnation by community leaders — including Ali — in the immediate aftermath of the July 7 attacks.
With this news, this is why authorities are strongly advised not to be duped by imams and clerics who say they're opposed to violence, racism and terrorism, and to keep an eye on them for any acts of duplicity they might be committing.
See also this topic from IRIS for some extra thoughts on the Danish cartoon controversy, and also this report from The Times, which explains how the British liberals let hate flourish (though even some of the conservatives there probably shouldn't be underestimated in terms of negligence.)
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