UK: Gov't Funds Islamic Terrorism With Taxpayers Money…

Funny how Muslim fanatics and their enablers whine when the money goes to the “wrong” kind of jihad. Allah doesn’t like competition:

The former Islamic fundamentalists of Quilliam are using public money to advocate a totalitarian approach to British society

Douglas Murray/The Guardian (for Muslims)

Last week the Guardian revealed that Ed Husain, co-director of thegovernment-funded thinktank the Quilliam Foundation (QF), believes that spying on British Muslims who are “not committing terrorist offences” is “good and right”. He has expressed some pretty extreme views in the past, but this is beyond anything that anyone who believes in liberal democracy could extol. Read it all

Strangely, Douglas Murray has no problem when taxpayers money goes to Islamic terrorist groups like Hizb-ut Tahrir.  Hizb openly  works towards an Islamic caliphate and seek to replace infidel rule with the shari’a, Islamic law:

UK: Sharia supremacist group gets $165,000 in taxpayer funding

The same group on whose TV program Obama adviser Dalia Mogahed recently defended Sharia. “Islamists who want to destroy the state get £100,000 funding,” by Andrew Gilligan for the Telegraph, October 25 (thanks to JW):

Leading members of a group that wants to bring down the British state and replace it with a dictatorship under Islamic law have secured more than £100,000 of taxpayers’ money for a chain of schools.

Accounts filed at the Charity Commission show that the Government paid a total of £113,411 last year to a foundation run by senior members and activists of Hizb ut-Tahrir — a notorious Islamic extremist group that ministers promised to ban.

The public money helped run a nursery school and two Islamic primary schools where children are taught key elements of Hizb’s ideology from the age of five….

Hizb regards integration as “dangerous” and says that British Muslims should “fight assimilation” into British society. It wants to create a global Islamic superstate, or “caliphate”, initially in Muslim-majority countries and then across the rest of the world.

It says that “those [Muslims] who believe in democracy are Kafir”, or apostates. It orders all Muslims to keep apart from non-believers and boycott “corrupt” British elections and political processes. It has a tiny following and its views are rejected by most British Muslims.

Hizb, which operates worldwide, insists it is non-violent and condemned the London bombings.

However its website previously displayed a leaflet urging Muslims to “kill [Jews] wherever you find them” and at a rally in London earlier this year, Imran Waheed, its chief media adviser in Britain, said that there could be “no peace” with Israel, calling on Muslims to “fight” a “jihad… in the way of Allah” against it.

Its anti-Semitism has resulted in the group being banned in Germany and on some British university campuses….

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  1. I can go one better than this, looks like mainstream commentators are now saying what us “right-wingers” have known all along:

    So now the cat is well and truly out of the bag. For years, as the number of immigrants to Britain shot up apparently uncontrollably, the question was how exactly this had happened.

    Was it through a fit of absent-mindedness or gross incompetence? Or was it not inadvertent at all, but deliberate?

    The latter explanation seemed just too outrageous. After all, a deliberate policy of mass immigration would have amounted to nothing less than an attempt to change the very make-up of this country without telling the electorate.

    There could not have been a more grave abuse of the entire democratic process. Now, however, we learn that this is exactly what did happen. The Labour government has been engaged upon a deliberate and secret policy of national cultural sabotage.

    This astonishing revelation surfaced quite casually last weekend in a newspaper article by one Andrew Neather. He turns out to have been a speech writer for Tony Blair, Jack Straw and David Blunkett.

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