Stoke Imam Guilty Of ‘Inciting Terror And Supporting ISIS’
Kamran Hussain has been convicted of supporting the Islamic State terror group and encouraging terrorism – with sermons from his Stoke-on-Trent mosque. Hussain was recorded by an undercover police officer preaching to groups of up to 40, including children under 15, telling them;
- Martyrdom was the ‘supreme success and greater than any other success such as school or college’;
- Martyrs had nothing to fear when ‘you go in front of Allah with the bullet wounds and the sword wounds and you are raised in that situation with the blood still coming from your body’;
- The English Defence League was funded by the British Government to ‘insult’ Muslims and put them down;
- IS is a ‘small fledgeling state standing in the face of a pompous and arrogant army’;
- Neither the ‘Queen nor Prime Minister’ could stand in the way of the law of Allah.
You can’t help but think that cases like this are the tip of a very large iceberg. In reality, even while British people die, the government refuses to disclose or deal with the those supporting the likes of Hussain. Detailed reports into the prominence of our so-called ally in the ‘war on terrorism’, Saudi Arabia, in funding the export of its Whabbist ideology are ignored, calls for public inquiries fall on conveniently deaf ears.
The role of the British government in conniving to cover this up is every bit as treasonous as its submission to the European Union. UKIP’s call for an immediate ban on all funding from Saudi Arabia to British mosques is a common-sense policy in the battle against those who would take our lives. Whoever wins the leadership contest should make this policy the centre-piece of their strategy to expose the inability of the government to fulfil its fundamental and first duty to protect British citizens.
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