Britain’s counter terrorism chief said he would “put himself on the line” to secure entry to Britain for a radical Muslim preacher, days before he was over-ruled by Theresa May, The Daily Telegraph can disclose.
The ban didn’t last long:
He advocates the murder of homosexuals and apostates, but that has all been taken out of context, doncha know. “Visa-Ban Islamic Scholar’s Victory In Court,” by Thomas Lawrence in theÂ Express, September 26 (thanks to JW):
AN ISLAMIC scholar barred from entering the UK for his “unacceptable behaviour” has won the first round of his court battle against the Home Secretary’s ruling.A High Court judge decided the case for Dr Zakir Naik should be fast-tracked despite objections from Theresa May’s lawyers.
Dr Naik’s solicitor Tayab Ali is being assisted by two QCs from the chambers of Tony Blair’s wife Cherie Booth. He said: “It is manifestly unfair to proceed to judgment on the basis of remarks made many years previously.”
Mr Ali added: “His comments have been taken extremely selectively and completely out of context.”…
Of course! When is the Qur’an or any Islamic supremacist ever quoted in context?
“Every Muslim should be a terrorist”- out of context, of course: