This exposes what we in the Counter-jihad have been warning about, what Muslim Brotherhood-types have been planning all along, enclaves of Islamic no-go zone fiefdoms.
Whether or not they could ever be successful is besides the point, pointing out that it is a goal of many Islamic fundamentalists, which makes them an existential threat from a security point of view, is a must, and we’ve been smeared as fear mongering conspiracy nuts.
NOTE: What’s most important is that this is a fundamentalist Muslim who easily infiltrated the Tory ranks, was embraced, for talking a good game and appearing the ‘moderate’ that everyone in the Tories thought he would be.
Revealed: ‘Walter Mitty’ Tory vote fixer exposed by MoS wrote jihadi pamphlet calling on warriors to create Muslim state in Europe
Extracts: Passages from the pamphlet credited to Afzal Amin
- Tory Election candidate was exposed for plotting with far-Right extremists
- Afzal Amin joined Birmingham wing of the Murabitu, a fundamentalist cult
- In 1992, at the age of 18, he left the group after becoming disillusioned
- Two years later, a book crediting him as the author criticised the Murabitun
- It praised men engaging in conflict against the kuffar [unbeliever]’ and hoped for the ‘liberation of the Muslims wherever we are’
- But Amin says his words were doctored to include the extremist views
Resigned: Afzal Amin was exposed after plotting with far-Right extremists to stir up racial hatred
The Tory Election candidate exposed for plotting with far-Right extremists to stir up racial hatred is a former member of a fanatical Islamic sect that believes the Nazis were misunderstood and that Jews control the world.
Afzal Amin, who resigned after The Mail on Sunday published undercover recordings of him meeting the English Defence League, joined the Birmingham wing of the Murabitun, a fundamentalist cult which questioned the Holocaust and praised Hitler.
In 1992 when Amin was 18, he left the group, founded by Scottish hippy Ian Dallas, after becoming disillusioned.
Two years later, a book crediting him as author Raja Afzal Raza Amin al-Quraishy, was published in which he criticised the Murabitun and called for jihadi warriors to establish a Muslim state in Europe.
Amin says his words were doctored to include the extremist views, which he yesterday described as ‘disgusting’.
In the pamphlet Amin – described last week by a colleague as a ‘Walter Mitty character’ – demeans women and calls for restaurants that serve alcohol to be burned.
The book, which is entitled Ian Dallas: The Shaykh Who Has No Clothes, criticised the group for not being radical enough.
It states: ‘My troubles with the Birmingham community began when I realised that we were all illiterate, in Shar’iah terms, ignorant, and nobody had a plan to take the city in which we lived.
‘My pushing for study of the Shar’iah and a militant Islam resulted in my expulsion to Slough.
‘Those of us in the cities of Europe need to free ourselves economically from kafir [unbeliever] institutions, state and private, by creating our own arenas of trade, with Islamic coinage… and the building of independent villages for Muslims, from where the mujahidun [jihad warriors] can burst out and conquer lands establishing Dar ul-Islam [a Muslim region].
‘May Allah bless the men currently engaged in military conflict against the kuffar [unbeliever] and may He assist us in preparing the liberation of the Muslims wherever we are.’
Recounting the tale of another Muslim, a passage in the book says that he ‘as any man would, refused to be taught the “methodology of jihad” by a female. You see nobody can be strengthened by somebody that is weaker.’