Saturday, 8 July 2017

Antisemitic hate preacher permitted to enter the UK for Palestine Expo despite CAA warning the Home Office per Campaign Against Antisemitism

'In a speech delivered by Ebrahaim Bham on the "Middle East" and posted on the website "Lectures by Sheikh Ebrahim Bham", he said that: "People tell me that Jews are human beings. Yes, I know they are human beings. Just as fleas are also animals. Just as fleas are also animals, they are also part of human beings like that."

Those words, he then says, explain Israelis today: "Using that example, the psyche of the whole people seems to be to mete out the very same treatment to others the way was meted out toward them. And that seems to be the psyche. That they don't regard Palestinians as human beings."

Under the International Definition of Antisemitism adopted by the British Government, "Drawing comparisons of contemporary Israeli policy to that of the Nazis" and "Holding Jews collectively responsible for actions of the state of Israel" is antisemitic.

In another speech delivered by Bham on the "Situation of the Muslims", he said that all Jews and Christians are agents of Satan: "For us to expect otherwise, or to try and appease the Americans or the Western world is naïve in the extreme.

The Qur'an tells us 'the Yahood [Jews] and the Nasara [Christians] will never be pleased with you.' You can never appease them until you follow their religion, their way of life, and we are not prepared to do that. We will never be able to do that. It is naïve to expect otherwise." He continued: "Then secondly, the aims, the objectives, the goals of Islam are completely opposed to what they believe, are completely opposed to their dreams, objectives and goals. So they are fulfilling their evil urges. They are fulfilling their evil urges, acting as agents of Shaytaan [Satan] in employing instruments, methods and plots against Islam and the Muslims."'

This is a man who the UK government seem happy to allow to come to the UK and spread his hatred of kufr.

The British establishment seem to still think that these Islamist hate preachers pose no real threat to the UK. They're wrong about that.

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