British Mosques & Imams Refuse To Condemn The Islamic State…
Two key points were:
— AFDI calls for immediate investigation into foreign mosque funding in the West and for new legislation making foreign funding of mosques in non-Muslim nations illegal.
— AFDI calls for surveillance of mosques and regular inspections of mosques in the U.S. and other non-Muslim nations to look for pro-violence materials. Any mosque advocating jihad or any aspects of Sharia that conflict with Constitutional freedoms and protections should be closed.
What would it take to convince a genuinely peaceful person to commit mass murder?
There is a a very definite mindset of jihad learned in the mosques, and nothing is being done to counter it.
Muslims in the US condemn the Islamic State, where are they teaching against the ideology that gave rise to it?
Right now, nothing is being done to stop jihad recruiting in US or UK mosques, even as thousands of young Muslims from the West have gone to wage jihad for the Islamic State.
If the moderates really reject extremism, let them show it by instituting genuine programs expunging or at the very least vocally opposing against these teachings of islam.
This article demands “British Muslim parents must challenge mosques who refuse to condemn ISIS attacks.” It’s their belief system — that is never going to happen. The government must “challenge” them and close those mosques. 49% of UK Muslims endorse hate preachers; close to 30% support Charlie Hebdo execution 40% of British Muslims want sharia law in Britain and 20% have sympathy with the “feelings and motives” of the suicide bombers who attacked London on July 7. These people are going to police the mosques?
Business Secretary says Imams who condone attacks must be questioned
Warns ‘non-violent extremists’ were making it easier for terrorists to recruit
Most senior elected Muslim in UK condemns ‘poisonous ideology’ of ISIS
British Muslims must do more to take on extremist views, including challenging Imams who refuse to condemn ISIS attacks, Sajid Javid said today.
The Business Secretary, the most senior elected Muslim in the UK, warned that ‘non-violent extremists’ were making it easier for terrorists to recruit British children to their cause.
He said parents should be willing to question the motives of Imams if they are concerned about the influence of mosques on their children.
The call comes after David Cameron said too many British Muslims ‘quietly condone’ extremism.
Ministers are urging families to speak out against the ‘poisonous ideology’ driving hundreds of young people to wage jihad for ISIS.
Parents have been told to stop blaming police and the security services for failing to prevent British teenagers heading to Syria.
Instead, they have been urged to report their children to the authorities if they are concerned they are at risk of being radicalized. More