East London Mosque condemns homophobia, yet advertised four anti-gay speakers last month alone

The East London Mosque. I wonder what else we can find out about it. Check each word linked above.

H/T EDL Buck

From The Telegraph:

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I was offered the “Muslim patrol” story in Tower Hamlets, where self-proclaimed “Muslim vigilantes” filmed themselves verbally abusing and intimidating a gay man. Perhaps wrongly, I didn’t use it because I wasn’t sure whether a few kids on YouTube had national importance. I am glad, however, that the local police appear to be taking it seriously for once – in contrast to their lamentable attempts to ignore, downplay and cover up previous acts of “Islamic enforcement” and bigotry in the East End.

One Tower Hamlets organisation of undoubted national importance that continues to laugh up its sleeve at us is the East London Mosque, the capital’s largest. The mosque’s PR machine lost no time cranking out a statement condemning the “vigilantes” and claiming that the mosque was “committed to building co-operation and harmony between all communities in this borough. The actions of this tiny minority have no place in our faith.” This claim has been trustingly repeated by various journalists in the coverage this week. But, as the most cursory investigation would show, it is a brazen lie.

There is no evidence that the East London Mosque is directly involved in the latest attacks. But at least one activist in the Islamic Forum of Europe, the Islamic supremacist group that runs the mosque, has previously threatened and intimidated people for violating “Islamic norms,” using the IFE’s name.

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7 Responses to East London Mosque condemns homophobia, yet advertised four anti-gay speakers last month alone

  1. Softly Bob says:

    What a fantastic piece of architecture this East London mosque is. It would make a great nightclub or discotheque.
    Then again, it might look even better levelled to the ground!

  2. Howdy says:

    Kewl softly Bob … and how about nude Go-Go dancers in the minarets with fluorescent lights ?

  3. johnjoe says:

    I would love to see wrecking balls and bulldozers pulling this eyesore down…

  4. Richard says:

    It does seem out of place.

  5. FactsWillOut says:

    I think they should turn the place into a pork market.

  6. Martin says:

    OT-UK – Muslim paedophile who groomed victim on Facebook claimed his Muslim upbringing meant ‘he didn’t know it was illegal to have sex with 13-year-old girl’

    – Said he had been taught ‘women are no more worthy than a lollipop that has been dropped on the ground’

    Added he was reluctant to have sex but that he was ‘tempted by [the girl]‘

    [...]The barrister said Rashid had told a psychologist after his arrest that he did not know having sex with a 13-year-old was against the law.

    Laban Leake, defending, said psychology and educational reports suggested Rashid had a ‘degree of sexual naivety.’

    The defendant, a student, was sentenced to nine months youth custody suspended for two years. The judge described Rashid as ‘passive and lacking assertiveness’ and sending him to jail might cause him ‘more damage than good’.

    The judge also added that it was clear from the text messages exchanged between the pair that the girl had been a willing partner.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2268395/Paedophile-groomed-victim-Facebook-claimed-Muslim-upbringing-meant-didnt-know-illegal-sex-13-year-old-girl.html

  7. Richard says:

    The Judge needs to be removed from the bench.

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