'The Ahlulbayt Islamic Mission has announced its 2013 ’Imam Khomeini’ Conference is to be held at the Islamic Centre of England on 2nd June 2013. This annual event features a number of extremist speakers offering praise to the founder of the brutal Iranian Republic.
Khomeini was the leader of the 1979 Islamic Revolution and the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, one of the World’s most hardline and bellicose regimes.In his book, Islamic Government, Khomeini expressed his hatred for Jews. The book is based on a series of lectures Khomeini gave in 1969 on what an Islamic government should be. Khomeini wrote:
“Since its inception, the Islamic government was afflicted with the Jews when they started their counter-activity by distorting the reputation of Islam, by assaulting it and by slandering. This has continued to our present day.”
In 1989, Khomeini issued a religious edict (fatwa) ordering Muslims to kill the British author, Salman Rushdie, for his novel, ‘The Satanic Verses,’ which he considered blasphemous to Islam.
Khomeini ensured Iran became the brutal regime it is today, one that has persecuted its Arab and Bahai minorities, encouraged hatred against Jews, sponsored terrorism abroad and executed its own people for ‘un-Islamic’ activity.
It is all the more worrying, then, that British Islamist groups seek to venerate him. It is not, however, surprising. The Islamic Centre of England is well-known for its support for the Iranian regime. Its head, Ayatollah Moezi (who has been announced as a speaker at the conference) describes himself as the personal representative of Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.' (Read more here)Meanwhile, here (with English subtitles) is a candid German look at the antisemitism that plagues Sweden's third city, an antisemitism stemming from Muslim immigrants in Malmo's Rosengaard district: (Hat tip: Vlad Tepes blog)
And, many miles to the south, here's a bloodcurdling exhortation to makes Jews' wives widows and their children orphans.
What do the anti-racist human rights watchers have to say about these heinous developments, I wonder. Shtum's the word, it seems.