Preachers of separatism at work inside Britain's mosques

31 Aug 2008, Telegraph:

In a large balcony above the beautiful main hall at Regent's Park Mosque in London - widely considered the most important mosque in Britain - I am filming undercover as the woman preacher gives her talk.

What should be done to a Muslim who converts to another faith? "We kill him," she says, "kill him, kill, kill…You have to kill him, you understand?"

Adulterers, she says, are to be stoned to death - and as for homosexuals, and women who "make themselves like a man, a woman like a man ... the punishment is kill, kill them, throw them from the highest place".

These punishments, the preacher says, are to be implemented in a future Islamic state. "This is not to tell you to start killing people," she continues. "There must be a Muslim leader, when the Muslim army becomes stronger, when Islam has grown enough."

A young female student from the group interrupts her: the punishment should also be to stone the homosexuals to death, once they have been thrown from a high place.

These are teachings I never expected to hear inside Regent's Park Mosque, which is supposedly committed to interfaith dialogue and moderation, and was set up more than 60 years ago, to represent British Muslims to the Government. And many of those listening were teenage British girls or, even more disturbingly, young children.

My investigation for Channel 4's Dispatches came after last year's Undercover Mosque, which investigated claims that teachings of intolerance and fundamentalism were spreading through Britain's mosques from the Saudi Arabian religious establishment - which is closely linked to the Saudi Arabian government. In response, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia denied it was spreading intolerance, while Regent's Park Mosque, which featured in the film, urged all mosques to be "vigilant" and monitor what was taught on their premises.

So earlier this year, dressed in a full Islamic jilbaab, I went back to Regent's Park Mosque to see what was being taught there. As a woman, I had to go to the main female section, where I found this circle preaching every Saturday and Sunday, eight hours at a time, to any woman who has come to pray.

The mosque is meant to promote moderation and integration. But although the circle does preach against terrorism and does not incite Muslims to break British laws, it teaches Muslims to "keep away" and segregate themselves from disbelievers: "Islam is keeping away from disbelief and from the disbelievers, the people who disbelieve." ...

The reporter's name has been changed. 'Dispatches: Undercover Mosque - The Return' will be broadcast on Channel 4 at 8pm on Monday
Via JihadWatch


Anonymous said...

I see daily the islamnisation of Britain speeding up.
Sharia courts and banks, mosques and the ugly daleks walking around as if they took the wrong turning after reaching Saudi central bus depot.
Unfriendly, they glare at us as if we are in their country.
This from a guy i'd say is certainly not English except in that, he may have been born here.
He knows islam and muslims probably from his own experience either in the UK or his former home.

A very well written article and observation of how islam's political nature and zeal threatens the very existance of the "british way of life". Islam is not a faith to integrate but to dominate the host country it enters. We can't pay lipservice to muslim hardliners but treat them and islam harshly so that they know the boundaries of where islam as a political entity isnt welcome into british society and communities being divesive and seperatist towards non-muslims.

Sanj Kumar, London, United Kingdom

Mr Kumar sums up the situation perfectly.
Yet the UKs Dhimmi Politicians have become deaf dumb and blind across all parties.
Many now liken England to Bosnia preparing to explode.
The Danes and Dutch are also sick to death of what is happening.
People won't keep taking it indefinetely eventually the top will blow.

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