Muslim news website ‘demands’ that Amazon NOT SELL a book about Muslim “NO-GO ZONES”

A Muslim news website, affiliated with designated terrorist group CAIR, has demanded that online retailer Amazon remove Breitbart-London’s ex-Muslim editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam’s forthcoming book, No Go Zones: How Sharia Law Is Coming to a Neighborhood Near You, from its virtual shelves, branding it “Islamophobic hate.”

Breitbart  The site, which is linked to the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), branded the as-yet-unreleased work a “fear mongering book… which claims Muslims are a growing serious cultural and political threat who want to impose ‘Sharia Law’ in Western countries”.

CAIR has been declared a terrorist organization by the United Arab Emirates, and was named by U.S. federal prosecutors as an unindicted co-conspirator in a Hamas terror-funding operation.

The Muslim Vibe targeted Kassam’s book alongside a self-published work by Rebel Media contributor Tommy Robinson.

As Kassam’s book is also not released for another twelve days, it will not have actually been read by Muslim Vibe writers.

The site was launched in October 2014 under the editorship of Muhammed Salim Kassam — no relation — who acts as director for a number of businesses based in England. He appears to be highly sympathetic to the Iranian regime, publishing an inflammatory “open letter to young people in the West” written by ruling theocrat Ali Khamenei and helping to disseminate it on social media.

Muhammed Salim called for Muslims to stop condemning terror attacks after Islamist terrorist Khalid Masood ran down a number of people near the Palace of Westminster, murdering Police Constable Keith Palmer with a knife.

If Muslims could stop condemning the Westminster attack, that’d be great!

His website has also voiced opposition to the British government’s anti-extremism Prevent programme, characterising it as “widely considered to be a monitoring and spying exercise which targets the Muslim community” and naming and shaming Muslim organisations which co-operate with it.

Its backers are not immediately obvious, and a page which lists the members of its advisory board of “highly respected and learned individuals — who help us make certain editorial decisions” is mostly blank. The page does list Dawud Walid, (photo below) Executive Director of the Michigan chapter of the Muslim Brotherhood-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).