Hizb ut Tahrir to hold an International Conference in the heart of London’s East End

From CIFWATCH:

It’s been a while since we heard anything from Hizb ut Tahrir, the guys who like to talk about such things as:

“purifying the earth of Jewish filth”

Essentially Hizb ut Tahrir are a radical Muslim group who dream of creating one Muslim government ruling the Middle East and essentially the whole world. They call this mythical Muslim empire the Khilafate. Their followers dream of the day when the Muslim armies will somehow arise and rid the world of Israel then take everything else for Islam. Terrorists the world over have been linked to them and they recruit rigorously on British campuses.

Naturally the Guardian gave their spokesman a forum to convince people that they would never do anything wrong to anybody.

They have been profiled by many different experts and the Tories were toying with the idea of banning them for a long time, particularly before they were in power.

Hizb ut Tahrir have regularly held conferences and demonstrations talking about their hatred for Israel, hatred of the United States, hatred for just about anything that has to do with freedom. Here they are holding a public meeting to express their outrage at the conviction of one Aafia Siddiqui who was one the FBI’s 7 most wanted terrorists at the time of her arrest.

Here they are demonstrating on the streets of London, note that there are quite a few of them:

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

One Reply to “Hizb ut Tahrir to hold an International Conference in the heart of London’s East End”

  1. They’re banned in Syria. I wonder why…eh no, not really. London is keeping ’em legal, to let them take over power in Syria in the near future. They are being financed and run by MI5 (or MI6).

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