The Guardian calls this Mohammedan savage a “rector” who runs a secondary school. He is a mufti who runs a madrassa.
A MAN who runs a secondary school has been filmed saying all people who insult Islam should be put to death.
Mufti Shah Sadruddin, who is a rector at Al-Ashraaf Secondary School in Ilford, was captured making the hateful comments at a rally in 2013.
A documentary called Islam’s Non-Believers aired last night (October 13) featured Mr Sadruddin, who is a leading figure in the Jamaat-e-Ulama UK, or Council of Muslim Scholars in the UK.
Talking about a Bangladeshi blogger who died after he made jokes about Islam and called for Muslim war criminals to be executed, Mr Sadruddin called him a “traitor, shameless person and child of a hypocrite”.
He said: “Wake up.
“No son of a bastard will remain alive after swearing at my Prophet.”
As well as running the school in Hainault Street, the senior Muslim scholar also ran as a Conservative candidate in the Newham local elections of 2014.
The documentary claims he portrayed himself as a liberal, tolerant leader.
He said: “I believe in equality, fairness, love of the human race and I hate to hate anybody.”
A Conservative spokesman said he was no longer a member of the local party.
Al-Ashraaf School has been contacted for comment.
To watch the full documentary, see the ITV website.