Islamism,  UK Politics

Muslim Brotherhood and Qaradawi: Genocide Deniers

The International Union for Muslim Scholars is another Muslim Brotherhood front organisation. Its chairman is Yusuf al Qaradawi. And it is very upset that Omar Al Bashir is the subject of an international arrest warrant.

This is why:

The delegation of the IUMS, which was headed by the IUMS president, Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, visited Sudan and Darfur in the midst of events (September 2004). During this visit, the IUMS delegation met with many political leaders from the Sudanese government and opposition, including Dr. Hassan Turabi, who was then under house arrest, along with many Darfurian leaders. The delegation ascertained that no ethnic cleansing took place, no crimes against humanity occurred and likewise no genocide was committed by government forces or any allied militia. In its statement that was issued following this visit on Rajab 22, 1425 A.H., corresponding to Sep. 7, 2004, the IUMS declared that all media allegations about ethnic cleansing, genocide and mass rape were unfounded. Moreover, the statement appreciated the efforts of the Sudanese government in addressing social problems and the humanitarian situation

In the United Kingdom, the Political Committee of the Muslim Brotherhood – now operating as the British Muslim Initiative – is run by fugitive Hamas commander, Mohammed Sawalha. The other main Muslim Brotherhood front organisation is the Muslim Association of Britain.

In Scotland, former MAB/Muslim Brotherhood activist and SNP Parliamentary candidate, Osama Saeed has established another front organisation – the “Scottish Islamic Foundation” – which has been given £215,000 to run an IslamExpo style festival called “IslamFest”.

London’s IslamExpo showcased a propaganda exhibition by the genocidal government of Sudan. I wonder whether Scotland’s IslamFest will similarly celebrate the achievements of President Al Bashir?

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