Muslim leaders tied to CAIR and Iran advised Muslims who called for “No Go Zones” book to be banned

Dawud Walid, Syed Abbas Ayleya, Zafar Bangash, and Sayed Asad Jafri are all hard-line figures, with links and sympathies to the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the Nation of Islam, and — perhaps most dangerously — the Islamic revolutionary theocracy which governs Iran.

Until Western authorities clamp down firmly on Islamic supremacists and outlaw Muslim organizations with any jihadist links, we are all in deep trouble. The West is in a full-blown war against jihad terrorism, which includes a stealth invasion of the West and encroachment upon Western values, particularly the freedom of speech.

Syed Asad Jafri was born in Canada…Like his rest of the quartet, Jafri is a regular at Al Quds Day demonstrations, telling attendees at a Toronto rally that Israel is led by a “Zionist regime that sucks the resources, the blood, and everything that belongs to the people all across the world [to use] for themselves” in 2011.

Such overt hatred of the Jewish state is tolerated and allowed in multicultural Canada, but those who try to cast light on such evils are branded as “islamophobic.” Jihadists (stealth and violent) have long announced and documented their intentions against infidels, so it is Western leaders that are encouraging these supremacists and human rights abusers to operate freely.

Lecturing at the Saba Islamic Center in San Jose, California, Jafri branded women in same-sex relationships and women who decline to wear the hijab willfully as leading a “disgusting lifestyle”.

 

“Revealed: The Islamic Extremists ‘Advising’ The Muslims Who Called for Kassam’s ‘No Go Zones’ Book to be Banned”, by Jack Montgomery, Breitbart, August 8, 2017:

Breitbart London has profiled the quartet of North America-based Islamic preachers who serve on the advisory board of The Muslim Vibe; the online magazine and digital media network demanding Raheem Kassam’s forthcoming book on No Go Zones is banned from Amazon.

The board “acts as a guiding body to make sure The Muslim Vibe stays in line with Islamic values and principles … and is made up of highly respected and learned individuals – who help us make certain editorial decisions”, according to its website.

Dawud Walid, Syed Abbas Ayleya, Zafar Bangash, and Sayed Asad Jafri are all hard-line figures, with links and sympathies to the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the Nation of Islam, and — perhaps most dangerously — the Islamic revolutionary theocracy which governs Iran.

Iran issued a fatwa against author Salman Rushdie — like Kassam, a Brit of Indian heritage — after his book The Satanic Verses was deemed “blasphemous” by Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the country’s late Supreme Leader.

Dawud Walid is the Executive Director of the Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and a leading Muslim in Dearborn — a city which was being described as a “Shariah enclave” as long ago as 2011, and will be featured in Kassam’s book.

CAIR has been declared a a terrorist organization by the United Arab Emirates, and was named by U.S. federal prosecutors as an unindicted co-conspirator in a Hamas terror-funding operation.

Walid himself has spoken at length on how Islam sanctions violence — specifically, by defending the mass execution of Jewish men and the selling of their women and children into slavery during the time of Mohammed in a speech he uploaded to YouTube.

He explained that the murdered Jews had broken an agreement with the prophet, and that “committing treason during a time of war is punishable by death.”

Jewish law “says an eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth, a life for a life, and a breach for a breach” itself, Walid explained, adding: “[Muslims] shouldn’t be shy about defending this”.

Speaking frequently on race politics and “white privilege”, Walid has indicated that his father was “exposed” to the teaching of the black supremacist Nation of Islam movement as a young man.

The group’s leader is Louis Farrakhan, a controversial figure with a long record of anti-white and anti-Semitic public pronouncements.

These include such straightforwardly racist remarks as, “White people deserve to die,” “White people are potential humans [who] haven’t evolved yet,” and “The Satanic Jews … control everything and mostly everybody”.

Farrakhan has also flirted with Holocaust revisionism, with the Jewish Virtual Library reporting a speech in which he claimed: “International bankers financed Hitler and poor Jews died while big Jews were at the root of what you call the Holocaust … Little Jews died while big Jews made money. Little Jews [were] being turned into soap while big Jews washed themselves with it.”

While differing from the 84-year-old on religious doctrine, Walid has gone out of his way to praise the controversial figure as “[one] of the few black leaders that HAS credibility among many black folk on both domestic & international issues” and tweeted that his “preaching [and] work is more relevant to the mass of Blackamericans [sic] than what imams ‘on the Sunnah’ are preaching”.

On still another occasion, the CAIR-MI director wrote: “Farrakhan isnt beyond critique but give credit where it’s due. He’s [one] of few national Black leaders who isnt Uncle Tommin these days. [sic]”….

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