Human Rights Islam in the UK


That zebibah bump couldn’t be any plainer.

The irony being, almost every ”human rights org.” that I know of has been warped, badly, by leftist infiltration. But I guess that this is so obvious and embarrassing to the Left tards that they have to distance themselves from ”Cage”, al the while they chum it up with the IslamoNazis from Hamas and Fatah and Hezbollah.

Fury over charities that fund ISIS killer Jihadi John apologists: Calls for end to grants for ‘warped’ human rights group 

Asim Qureshi, the research director of Cage, was filmed at a rally at the height of the Iraq war calling on protesters to 'support the Jihad of our brothers and sisters' in the Middle East

Asim Qureshi, the research director of Cage, was filmed at a rally at the height of the Iraq war calling on protesters to ‘support the Jihad of our brothers and sisters’ in the Middle East

  • Campaign group Cage described Jihadi John as ‘beautiful’ person
  • Lord Carlile, a former reviewer of anti-terror legislation said there are ‘serious concerns’ surrounding the group
  • Added that he would never advise donating money to organisation
  • Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust has given £305,000 to Cage 
Politicians have reacted with fury after campaign group Cage described Mohammed Emwazi, aka Jihadi John, as a 'beautiful young man'

Charities were last night urged to stop funding a ‘warped’ human rights group that supports Islamic State killer Jihadi John.

Politicians said Cage had acted reprehensibly in describing knife-wielding fanatic Mohammed Emwazi as a ‘beautiful young man’.

The group, led by former Guantanamo Bay inmate Moazzam Begg, has been propped up largely by grants of £305,000 from the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust.

Another charity, set up in memory of Body Shop tycoon Anita Roddick, has handed over £120,000 to Cage. Much of the rest of the group’s income comes from cash donations from Muslims.

Lord Carlile, a former independent reviewer of anti-terror legislation, said he had serious concerns about Cage and would never advise giving it money.

‘Cage is an organisation with a warped view,’ he said. ‘No sensible person should be funding it.’

As questions were being asked as to how Emwazi was allowed to reach Syria, it also emerged that:

  • The Charity Commission, which started investigating both the Rowntree and Roddick charities over their funding of Cage in 2013, said there were clear questions over their leadership;
  • An Amnesty chief was once suspended for criticising its close links with Cage;
  • A video of Cage spokesman Asim Qureshi shows him calling on Muslims to support jihad at an extremist rally;
  • Sir John Sawers, the former head of MI6, warned there are ‘several thousand’ individuals of concern in Britain and the numbers are rising;
  • Boris Johnson attacked a watering-down of control orders which means that security officials cannot now order the relocation of terror suspects;
  • New emails emerged that revealed the level of contact between Emwazi and security services, border officials and police over the past six years;
  • Westminster University, where Emwazi studied, has hosted 22 Islamic extremist speakers in just three years.

The fall-out from the extraordinary Cage press briefing about Emwazi – carried live on the BBC and Sky – continued to reverberate around Westminster yesterday.

On Thursday, Mr Qureshi, the group’s research director, who lives in a £530,000 semi-detached house in Surrey, wiped away tears as he described Emwazi, a 26-year-old Kuwaiti who grew up in London, as ‘extremely gentle’ and ‘the most humble young person that I ever knew’.

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