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UK – Director of “Muslim rights group” refuses to condemn stoning of adulterous women

Asim Qureshi has annoyed me quite a lot this week and he just topped it off again. See, for all our readers who are not living in the UK, you probably don’t quite understand (sorry). Living here is like living in a muslim country. It is normal to support stoning of women and discriminate homosexuals, jews, or whoever else doesn’t live according to sharia law. Don’t believe me? Well our state news channel, the BBC is more than happy to go along with it and still does not condemn or work against these kind of people.

What age do we live in I sometimes wonder. All this hard work we’ve put it to move forward and develop – our modern society seems to step back day by day a little further.

Check this out, the BBC interview of Cage Director Asim Qureshi who runs an official Human Rights Group in the UK.

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By Samantha Herron


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“Human rights group” CAGE Director says Jihadi John is a gentle person

For everybody who does not live in the UK, let me explain…

There is this “human rights” group called CAGE which mainly campaigns against islamophobia and rights for Muslims. The director, Asim Qureshi, ¬†looks like this:

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And he comes out with the following statements, legally on TV.

“You might be surprised to know that the Mohammed that I knew was extremely kind, extremely gentle, extremely soft spoken, was the most humble young person that I knew.”

No big outrage from anybody apart the Mayor of London Boris Johnson. If you want to have a look how Boris Johnson reacted to the statements of Azim Qureshi watch this.

If any anti-islamization campaigner would say anything like Asim Qureshi on TV, it would be a far-right neonazi statement and completely opposed by everybody. Yet this person can run a so called Human Rights group, legally registered in the UK running as a CHARITY and even gets supported by people who believe terrorists need our help. This organisation is just another of many in the UK helping extremists to develop.

Surely, Boris Johnson’s statement must be the statement of the week. Brave guy!:

Mr Johnson confronted Asim Qureshi, the director of Cage, on his radio show and urged him to “powerfully” condemn Isil instead of “crying Islamophobia” and “scattering blame around”.

“I really, really think that the focus of your indignation and your outrage should be on people who go out to join groups that throw gays off cliffs, that behead people who don’t subscribe to their version of Islam, that glorify in the execution of innocent journalists and aid workers.

“If you are a human rights group funded by charity then you should be sticking up for the human rights of those being beheaded in Syria and Northern Iraq, that should be the focus of your concern.

Samantha Herron