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Wednesday, 9 February 2011

Tooting MP Sadiq Khan standing by Islamic extremism row remarks


Please remember that this is the Muslim politician who said that he was looking forward to the day that Parliament was run by Muslims. This video can be found on YouTube. So can you trust this man?
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Wednesday 9th February 2011, from Wandsworth Guardian.co.uk

A political row over Islamic extremism rumbled on this week when Tooting’s MP insisted a speech made by David Cameron about multiculturalism was “unwise”.

The spat erupted after Sadiq Khan accused the Prime Minister of “writing propaganda for the English Defence League (EDL)” by making a speech on Saturday claiming that multiculturalism in Britain had “failed”.

Mr Cameron told an audience in Germany the Government should no longer tolerate and engage with extremist groups whose members did not believe in crucial western and British values.

Speaking at the Munich Security Conference, he said: “Let's properly judge these organisations... do they believe in universal human rights - including for women and people of other faiths?

“Do they believe in equality of all before the law?”

His remarks, which came on the same day the EDL - an anti-Islamist street protest movement - had arranged a march in Luton, prompted a fierce reaction from Mr Khan, who branded the Prime Minister a far-Right “propagandist”.

In response to Mr Khan's comments, Tory co-chairman Baroness Warsi called for an immediate apology.

She said: “For Sadiq Khan to smear the Prime Minister as a right-wing extremist is outrageous and irresponsible.

“David Cameron has made it clear that he wants to unite Britain around our common values and he has done so in measured language.

“Extremism and Islam are not the same thing.”

But this week, a seemingly unrepentant Mr Khan said: “The Conservatives are trying to create an artificial row with me because they realise now that they have been embarrassed by the timing of Cameron's speech.

“On the day that the EDL are marching through Luton and making British Muslims fear to step outside their own homes, it was highly unwise for the PM to make a speech like this spun the way it was.

“Clearly his speech contradicts what Baroness Warsi said two weeks ago and the fact that it has been welcomed by Nick Griffin and members of the EDL tells its own story.”

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3 comments:

  1. Amazing how when mozzies start a row, they always blame the opposition!

    After all, if there was no opposition, mozzies would not be jumping up and down like apes with wasps up their fundaments!! Scum!!

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