| Muslim Elected Mayor of London
| Monday, May 09, 2016
this morning I discuss whether the election of Sadiq Khan is a triumph
of multiculturalism or of Islamic supremacist deception – or both: "Labour Party candidate Sadiq Khan, a Muslim, has been elected mayor
of London, and the international Left is thrilled.
“Son of a Pakistani
bus driver, champion of workers’ rights and human rights, and now Mayor
of London. Congrats, @SadiqKhan. –H,” tweeted Hillary Clinton.
Likewise happy are Islamic supremacists worldwide: members of the
Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz), the party of Pakistan’s Prime Minister
Nawaz Sharif and the majority party in the nation’s National Assembly, held up a sign emblazoned:
“Heartiest Congratulation [sic] to Sadiq Khan 1st Muslim Mayor of London who defeated millionaire Jew Zec [sic] Goldsmith.” Those two messages summed up the dichotomy that characterizes the
response to Sadiq Khan, and his own associations and intentions. Khan
himself has written
about the necessity to “ensure that the perception of Islam is not
tainted by those with extremist views.”
But his concern about this
“taint” is relatively newly-minted: back in 2004, Khan spoke at a gender-segregated event
entitled “Palestine — the suffering still goes on.” Also on the bill
was Daud Abdullah of the Muslim Council of Britain; who once led a
boycott of Holocaust Memorial Day; Ibrahim Hewitt, the chairman of
Interpal, which the U.S. Treasury Department has designated a “global
terrorist” organization for funneling money to Hamas;
Azzam Tamimi, who has called for the destruction of Israel and its
replacement with an Islamic state; Muslim cleric Suliman Gani, who has
echoed the Qur’an (4:34) in saying that women should be “subservient” to
men; Ismail Adam Patel of Friends of Al-Aqsa, who has claimed that
“Hamas is no terrorist organization”; and Church of England cleric
Stephen Sizer, who has blamed Israel for the 9/11 jihad terror attacks.
Khan and his supporters have cried foul at Khan’s being held
responsible for the views of these men. Their hypocrisy is evident,
however, since the Left’s various dossiers against foes of jihad terror
rely heavily on guilt by association, and then, even more tendentiously,
on guilt by association built upon its earlier smears of others.
Nonetheless, Khan’s appearance at that long-ago event should really only
cause concern if Khan holds such views.
Read it all here..........................
|posted by D Swami Gwekanandam @ 10:47 PM