Leading member of Muslim extremist group working at the Home Office

For fucksake.

A leading member of an extremist Islamic group is working as a senior official at the Home Office, it emerged.

Abid Javaid is a 'senior executive officer' in the IT department at the scandal-hit Immigration and Nationality Directorate which processes tens of thousands of asylum and visa applications every year.

But he is also an activist in the fundamentalist Islamic group Hizb-ut Tahrir which believes in a worldwide Islamic state under Shariah law.

This is despite Tony Blair calling for the group to be banned last year.

The group's smartly dressed spokesmen have caused repeated outrage over their refusal to condemn terrorist attacks including last year's London bombings.

One of their leaflets called for Jews to be murdered and for the destruction of Israel.

Another spokesman, Dr Imran Waheed, refused to condemn the July 7 suicide bombs, saying he would only do so after Western leaders apologise for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Why the fuck are they so fucking useless? Imagine if his name was David Smith, and he was a member of the BNP? He would be hounded out of his job before you can say Islam gets preferential treatment.

Why are the Home Office so fucking useless?

He has represented the group in talks with the Croydon Mosque - which has been trying to kick out radical influences.

I take it, that now the facts are known, he will no longer be allowed to continue in his position?

BNP members loose their jobs, such as him and her. If he doesn't this will be a victory for extremism. I hope the Home Office managers have a bit of confidence and don't shy away because he's brown skinned...

1 Responses to “Leading member of Muslim extremist group working at the Home Office”

  1. # Blogger Sir Percy

    I quite agree with you.

    One of the problems here is real failure of people to get to grips with the problem of Islamist extremists in our society.

    I've just carried out a quick straw-poll around my office:

    Question: "Have you ever heard of Hizb-ut Tahrir?"

    No one had and you could see their eyes glaze over as I tried to tell them about this group.

    This is not an uncommon reaction. We lead such separate lives, and it has to be said that Muslim organisations are thought so deeply uncool, that nobody outside of the Muslim community gives a toss about them.

    I'm sure that it's not much different in the Home Office although you'd hope that they had more reason to be knowledgable about such potentially dangerous groups.  

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