Muslim & Christian and Jewish Leftist Traitors exposed for their opposition to the British Prime Minister’s major investigation of the Muslim Brotherhood

Under the letter ad, are the names of the signers, many of whom are not only Muslim, but Christian and Jewish far leftists, as well. They should be condemned, shunned, and shamed for their very public support of a dangerous group of Islamofascists which has now been banned in Egypt, and designated a terrorist group by Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Qatar.

Prepared by The Cordoba Foundation (Americans will remember the Cordoba Group, instigators of the now defunct Ground Zero Victory Mosque)


Open Letter: British Prime Minister’s inquiry into the Muslim Brotherhood in the UK

We, the undersigned, express our deep concern at the Prime Minister’s recent decision to order a “review”, looking into the Muslim Brotherhood’s activities in Britain and abroad. We believe that the process and terms of the review represents a risk to British liberties and could further erode human rights standards.

We are concerned that this review is the result of pressure placed on the British government by undemocratic (anti-Islamofascist) regimes abroad, such as Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. It is not acceptable that any autocracy attempts to limit the lawful activities of any group in a democracy. The Prime Minister risks setting a dangerous precedent. (NOT investigating terror-linked  is what’s dangerous)

The review, to be conducted by the British Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, comes at a time when the Muslim Brotherhood, victors (ousted after one year of tyranny) in Egypt’s only free election to date (until the one yesterday), is being subject to the most ferocious repression by the military regime (and the support of over 30 million Egyptians). With hundreds of Egyptians (Muslim Brotherhood thugs) killed, over 1000 (Muslim Brotherhood terrorists and thugs) sentenced to death in farcical (speedy) “trials” and tens of thousands (of Muslim Brotherhood supporters) languishing in prisons, the British government remains largely silent.

We would advocate that British government policy towards groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood and others should be determined by the behaviour of those groups and their ability to participate in democratic political life (they demonstrated that in Egypt with the imposition of sharia law)  rather than by foreign policy considerations and strategic alliances with other governments. Since the Muslim Brotherhood has been a full and democratic (tyrannical) participant in political life in many countries we are concerned that they are targeted for purely political reasons, rather than any concern for security. One does not need to support a group’s outlook or programme to realise that repression of any organisation on this basis is a denial of human rights and democracy. (Nothing about the radical Muslim Brotherhood, founders of al-Qaeda, is about democracy or human rights)

In Britain, supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood have been active within the grassroots of social, civic and welfare activities (Only as a cover for their nefarious terror-related activities). Attempts to police its peaceful and lawful activities could threaten the liberties of others (Especially the ones with terrorist ties). At a time of widespread attacks on Muslim beliefs and organisations in Britain, this review risks reinforcing negative perceptions of Muslim citizens, and the view that their participation in public life is suspicious and unwelcome. (Yeah, that’s the thing about the truth, Muslims never want to hear it about themselves) The inquiry could further damage Britain’s international reputation as a guardian of international law and human rights. (No, it will reinforce it)

We urge the Prime Minister to reconsider the process and the terms of the review and reject undemocratic foreign pressure on British politics.  Signed:


Bruce Kent – Roman Catholic peace campaigner

Clare Short – Secretary of State for Intl. development 1997-2003

Jeremy Corbyn – MP for Islington North, London

Prof. John Esposito – Georgetown University, USA

Baroness Jenny Tonge – Peer

Ken Livingstone – Former Mayor of London

Michael Mansfield – British lawyer

Prof. Richard Jackson – University of Otago, New Zealand

Ilan Pappe – History Professor, Univ. of Exeter

Marie Breen-Smythe – Professor Univ. of Surrey

Lord Ahmed – Peer

Farooq Murad – Secretary General, Muslim Council of Britain

Salma Yaqoob – Political Activist, Broadcaster

Baroness Uddin – Peer

Peter Oborne – Chief Political Commentator, Daily Telegraph

David Hearst – British writer and Journalist

Norman Finklestein – American Political Scientist, pro-Palestinian activist

Dr. Anas Altikriti – CEO, Cordoba Foundation

Dr. Maha Azzam – Chair, UK Egyptians for Democracy

Rabbi Jeffrey Newman – Finchley Reform Synagogue

Rosemary Hollis – Prof. Middle East Studies, City Univ. NYC, USA

Dr. Rev. Stephen Sizer – Anglican Christ Church

Dr. Daud Abdullah – British Muslim Initiative

Dr. Barbara Zollner – Lecturer Middle East Politics, Birkbeck College

John Rees – Political Activist, Broadcaster

Louise Christian – Human Rights Lawyer

Victoria Brittain – Fomer Assoc. Editor, The Guardian

Prof. David Miller – University of Bath

Prof. Tariq Modood – Director, University of Bristol Research Centre

Ajmal Masroor – Imam & TV Presenter

Dr. Omar Hamdoon – President, Muslim Assoc. of Britain

Maggie Bowden – General Secretary, Liberation

Andrew Murray – Chief of Staff, Unite

Massoud Shadjareh – Islamic Human Rights Comm.

Aaron Kiely – NUS Black Students Officer

Kate Hudson – Peace Campaigner

Anjum Anwar – TV Presenter

Lindsey German – Convener, Stop the War

Ismail Patel – Director, Friends of Al-Aqsa

Alastair Sloan – British Journalist

Fuad Nahdi – Director, Radical Middle Way

Sabby Dhalu – Secretary, One Society Many Cultures

Mohammed Kozbar – Islam Expo

Stephen Bell – Anti-War Campaigner

Zaher Birawi – British Palestinian Journalist

Jude Woodward – One Society Many Cultures

Abdullah Faliq – Islamic Forum of Europe

Alan Murray – President, European Network on Religion

Azad Ali – Chair, Muslim Safety Forum

Chris Nineham – Vice-Chair, Stop the War

Jonathan Fryer – Writer, Broadcaster

Mohammed Jamil – Gen. Director, Arab Org. for Human Rights

Muhammad Rabbani – Cage UK