Should we take a “counter-extremism” think tank in Quilliam’s name seriously? Is it a joke on gullible infidels? A wink to stealth jihadists? Even Megan Kelly falls for slick “counter terrorist” and fake “moderate”Â Maajid Nawaz and his co-religionist Ed Husain who founded Quilliam, a British “counter-extremism” foundation named for William Quilliam, a 19th-century British convert to Islam. Abdullah Quilliam, as he became known, opened the first British mosque on Christmas Day, 1889. “Co-exist,” right? It’s no stretch, however, to imagine Sheikh Quilliam at home in Hizb ut-Tahrir as a fatwa-issuing advocate of the caliphate and sharia both. He also issued a fatwa prohibiting Muslims from fighting for or assisting Britain (“contrary to the sharia”), then fighting Muslim tribes in the Sudan.
Be that as it may: these two ‘moderates’ are in the money.Â Â Megyn Kelly asked Nawaz, wrapping up: “How can we turn more extremists the way you were turned?
The reason for conducting this video project was to bring awareness to ourÂ 9/11: Never Forget ProjectÂ which is designed to remember those murdered at the hands of
radical IslamistsÂ devout Muslims more than a decade ago. With radicalIslam continuing to terrorize the world, it is crucial that our young people and our schools remember the American lives lost and understand the challenges we face today.–Click here to watch the video.