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Ken Livingstone will teach about Islam and the rich Nazi Jew

by | 23rd, March 2012

IS Islam to be a factor in the London mayoral elections? Ken Livingstone wants it to be. He wants to educated non-Muslims about the religion. Ken was at the North London CEntrl Mosque, foemrly yhr  Finsbury Park mosque, where Abu  Hamza used to knock about. When police raided the place they found chemical warfare suits, false passports, a stun gun, gas masks, handcuffs and hunting knives. It as there that Islamists practised with Kalashnikov AK-47s.

Andrew Gilligan writes in the Telegraph:

Ken Livingstone has promised to turn London into a “beacon” for the words of the Prophet Mohammed in a sermon at one of the capital’s most controversial mosques.

Mr Livingstone, Labour’s candidate for mayor of London, pledged to “educate the mass of Londoners” in Islam, saying: “That will help to cement our city as a beacon that demonstrates the meaning of the words of the Prophet.” Mr Livingstone described Mohammed’s words in his last sermon as “an agenda for all humanity.”

Said Ken:

 “I want to spend the next four years making sure that every non-Muslim in London knows and understands [its] words and message.”

This is Ken Livingstoen who hugged gay-hating, wife beating apologist and Nazi-loving anti-Semite Yusuf al-Qaradawi. Ken reacted to new that the Egyptian cleric would be denied a visa by the Home Office by speaking on behalf of millions of people who might have been delighted:

“On behalf of the people of London, I would like to apologise to the Sheikh for the outburst of xenophobia in sections of the media which demonstrated an underlying ignorance of Islam.”

Ken is here to teach us. He is up for the job against curent mayor Boris HJohnson, who told us in 2008:

To any non-Muslim reader of the Koran, Islamophobia – fear of Islam – seems a natural reaction, and, indeed, exactly what that text is intended to provoke. Judged purely on its scripture – to say nothing of what is preached in the mosques – it is the most viciously sectarian of all religions in its heartlessness towards unbelievers. As the killer of Theo Van Gogh told his victim’s mother this week in a Dutch courtroom, he could not care for her, could not sympathise, because she was not a Muslim.

The trouble with this disgusting arrogance and condescension is that it is widely supported in Koranic texts, and we look in vain for the enlightened Islamic teachers and preachers who will begin the process of reform. What is going on in these mosques and madrasas? When is someone going to get 18th century on Islam’s mediaeval ass?

Ken has also in the past compared a Jewish reporter to a Nazi concentration camp guard, referred to Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, as an  “absolutely sane Islamist” and invited two Jewish property developers to “go back to Iran and try their luck with the ayatollahs”.

Here’s Ken’s huggee being misunderstood. This man might well be a Jewish conspiracy:

Dan Rickham writes:

I have been a firm Ken supporter, notwithstanding. Like Ed Miliband I believed that Ken “doesn’t have a prejudiced bone in his body”, but unlike him I can’t agree that he is “attracting people from all faiths, all backgrounds, all religions to his campaign…Ken seems not to worry about alienating Jewish voters…the attendees [at a dinner for Jewish Labour supporters Ken attended] state that “Ken determines Jews as a religious group but does not accept Jews as an ethnicity and a people, and did not respond on this other than to say as an atheist he found this hard to comprehend.”

The HuffPost reported:

In a letter to Ed Miliband, seen by the JC, prominent Labour supporters in the Jewish community detail their concerns about the London mayoral candidate saying they were finding it hard to support Ken, following a meeting with him.

“Ken, towards the end of the meeting, stated that he did not expect the Jewish community to vote Labour as votes for the left are inversely proportional to wealth levels, and suggested that as the Jewish community is rich, we simply wouldn’t vote for him,” they write.

The JC wrote:

In the same way that Black, Irish, Women and LGBT groups are afforded the right to determine their own identity, many of us feel that Ken doesn’t afford Jews that right. Just as we do not have a right to tell Ken what he thinks about Israel despite our many disagreements, Ken doesn’t have the right to define who we believe we are.

Says CentreLeft:

letter to Ed Miliband was obtained by the Jewish Chronicle from some prominent members of said community, following a closed-door meeting with Ken on 1 March. In it, Ken managed to confuse “the words Zionist, Jewish and Israeli, interchangeably, as if they meant the same” – a well-known tactic of Jew-insult – as well as suggesting that, since most Jews were rich, and people tend to vote with their earnings demographic, they wouldn’t vote for him. Apart from the implied insult to the community, it reveals, if nothing else, an extraordinary cynicism of electoral calculation.

So. Ken wants to teach the non-Muslim about Islam. He’s not enlightened and moderate. It looks like he’s just picked a side…


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