Hurry up Theresa, put their filthy Islamofascist asses on a plane before they change their minds.
Muslim extremists Anjem Choudary, Abu Izzadeen, and Abu Baraa held a press conference last month following British Home Secretary Theresa May’s speech, in which she vowed to tackle Islamist extremism. Abu Izzadeen said that Theresa May and David Cameron could “go to Hell,” and Abu Baraa said that Theresa May could “pack her bags and leave” if she did not like them preaching there and that “if they deport us to Al-Raqqah, I’m sure we would all be very happy.”
In case you forgot, Rochdale* is home to many of the recently exposed Muslim paedophile sex gangs that have been raping and prostituting tens of thousands of young British white girls for many years.
Waheed Ahmed, arrested with 8 relatives trying to join ISIS
UK Daily Mail The leader of a family of nine caught trying to get into Syria to join ISIS was revealed last night to be the son of a Muslim Labour councillor. Waheed Ahmed, 21, was arrested with eight relatives – including four children – in a remote Turkish border town.
The politics undergraduate is the son of a local politician photographed with Labour leader Ed Miliband just weeks ago (below).
Rochdale Labour councillor Shakil Ahmed, pictured with Ed Miliband
Shakil Ahmed, 45, spoke of his shock after being told that his son is suspected of being a militant Islamist. He told the Daily Mail: ‘All I know is that they were on holiday and then the next thing I am told is that they have been arrested.’
The nine British Muslim, who include three men, two women and four children aged between one and 11, were seized in Hatay province, in southern Turkey. It shares a border with part of Syria controlled by rebel factions including those linked to Al Qaeda and ISIS All those held are from Rochdale and are the biggest family group caught attempting to enter the unstable territory.
A senior officer questioned why anyone would take anyone so young ‘and vulnerable’ into a war zone. (Well, duh, it’s because they are muslims, you fool)
Photographs showed Waheed Ahmed, dressed in traditional robes and wearing heavy boots, leading the group from a minibus into a police station.
Several women, all wearing headscarfs which covered their faces, could be seen carrying children. Most of the party were wearing walking boots, perfect for trekking across the rugged region.
Shakil Ahmed, a bakery delivery driver, is a councillor in Kingsway and served alongside Karen Danczuk, wife of Rochdale MP Simon Daczuk, until her resignation in January. Speaking as he delivered election campaign leaflets yesterday, he said he recognised his son in online newspaper reports of his arrest.
Neighbours described the former pupil at Rochdale Sixth Form College who is now an undergraduate, as ‘very religious’. He is particularly close to his brother, Moin, 22, who is still at home and was not among the group in Turkey, and the pair wore similar traditional Islamic clothing. Neighbours said he has not been seen ‘for some time’.
Mohammed Sharif, who lives two doors down from the family, said: ‘I know the family quite well. They are really quite normal so this is very shocking. The boys are both quite religious and have beards.’ Mr Sharif said that Waheed prayed five times a day at the Gungol Sharif mosque, in Derby Street, Rochdale. He said: ‘He always seemed quite polite. I can’t believe this has happened.’
His older brother Moin follows many Islamic extremist preachers on his Facebook page, including Dr Bilal Philips, who has condoned suicide bombers in the past and is banned from the UK for holding extremist views.
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Izzadeen, who advocates sharia law for Britain, once said: “He who joins the British Army is a mortal kafir (unbeliever) who deserves to have his head removed.” He also believes the 7/7 bombers who killed and injured many people in London were “completely praiseworthy.”
Trevor Brookes, better known as Abu Izzadeen, 39, has been quietly released from jail after the Appeal Court cut his 4½-year sentence for inciting hatred and raising funds for terrorism.
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Katie Hopkins has been reported to police by Labour MP Simon Danczuk over claims she incited racial (What ‘race’ is Islam?) hatred in tweets linking Pakistani Muslim men to the Rochdale child sex abuse scandal. (So, the fact that all the paedophile gang rapists in Rochdale are Muslims is somehow irrelevant?)
UK Daily Mail Mr Danczuk, who represents the town, has asked the Police Commissioner of Greater Manchester Police, Tony Lloyd, to investigate whether a crime had been committed after comments made by the outspoken TV star on Twitter.
Hopkins sent the tweets after Mr Danczuk attended the raising of a Pakistani flag over the town hall for half an hour on March 23 to mark Pakistan’s National Day. She wrote: ‘Raising a Pakistani flag in Rochdale is not helping community cohesion. it is inflammatory. @SimonDanczuk you & your party disgust me.’
Outspoken Hopkins posted a series of messages to her account after the MP tweeted a picture of himself at the event. In response the controversial columnist sent a picture of eight men convicted of child exploitation offences, asking Mr Danczuk if they were his friends too.
She wrote: ‘Are these your friends too @SimonDanczuk? Is this why you are raising the Pakistani flag in Rochdale? 77 years inside.’ ‘Your Pakistani friends saw young white girls as fair game when they abused them,’ she wrote in a separate post. ‘Do NOT lecture me on community cohesion fool.’
‘Raising a Pakistani flag in Rochdale is not helping community cohesion,’ she added in another. ‘It is inflammatory. @SimonDanczuk you & your party disgust me.’
Explaining his decision to make the complaint, the MP said it was about the businesswoman ‘inciting racial hatred’. He said: ‘The letter is me asking the Police Commissioner to investigate whether a crime has been committed in relation to Katie Hopkins.’
He continued: ‘It is not right that somebody who has little to do with Rochdale incited hatred of this kind. ‘Rochdale is a very cohesive community – people work well together. (Especially when they are Muslims abductng and gang raping white underage girls)
‘Of course there are tensions, like there are in other communities, but people rub together really well and we don’t need outsiders like Katie Hopkins to come in and cause trouble just for the sake of causing trouble and creating Sun headlines.’
Mr Danczuk said Rochdale has faced up to the ‘heinous crime’ of child grooming ‘in a way that’s managed to keep our communities together’. He said: ‘That’s why Katie Hopkins’ crass comments are not helpful. They are a clear attempt to divide communities, undo three years of hard work and make an unfair and racist generalization that anyone of Pakistani origin is a child abuser. (No, but most child abusers in the UK ARE Paki Muslims)
‘To equate the Pakistan flag with child abuse, as she has done on social media over the last week, is absurd and it creates a dangerous environment where extreme intolerance becomes acceptable.
‘We have already seen taxi drivers stabbed in the face in race hate attacks and I’m not prepared to allow people like Hopkins, who know nothing about our town, to stir up tensions in such a dangerously provocative way that could lead to innocent people being attacked by extremists. (What about Lee Rigby and the grandmother who were beheaded by Muslims in London?)
‘As a result of her comments last week, I have been threatened by extremists and hard right groups have pledged to march on our town. I am a strong supporter of free speech but it has to be responsible – and that’s why we have laws to prevent people deliberately provoking hatred of a racial group.’
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