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- Qatada -
04-26-2008, 10:47 AM
Welcome to Quilliam Foundation Exposed!

Welcome to the blog dedicated to exposing the fraud of an organisation going by the name of the Quilliam Foundation which claims to be "a counter extremism think tank. Created by former activists of radical Islamist organisations, who are familiar with the mindset and methods of extremist groups...we believe that Western Muslims should revive Western Islam, our Andalusian heritage of pluralism and respect, and thereby find harmony in West-Islam relations." Lofty sounding goals...until you start to probe a little deeper...

The director of this unholy bunch - Majid Nawaz - is a night-clubber... (click for more info with pics to prove this!*)


*some content may not be Islamically correct, but the pics are there to show how evil this man is, who is supposed to be the governments 'chosen leader' for all the Muslims in the UK.


http://www.quilliamexposed.blogspot.com/


Do YOUR bit by passing this forward to as many Muslims you know, if you don't - you will lose your freedom as a Muslim quite soon.. that's a FACT.
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- Qatada -
04-26-2008, 10:52 AM
pass this on too;

http://traditionalislamism.wordpress.com/



if we don't, we'll lose our freedom as muslims.. it may be that this quilliam foundation even ban the hijab and islamic values - simply because it 'doesnt fit in with society' - while these guys pretend to be mainstream Muslims - some people have even said that among them some are disbelievers simply because they are saying some things which may be kufr [disbelief] - and conflict with Islam.. yet they are our leaders? the ones who will control what muslims can or cannot do?


so please.. this thing is a big threat to muslims and we need to warn against them. otherwise our future generations will be affected, and the true islam will only be a minority amongst the muslims.
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Pk_#2
04-26-2008, 11:12 AM
Originally Posted by - Qatada -
The director of this unholy bunch - Majid Nawaz - is a night-clubber... (click for more info with pics to prove this!*)


*some content may not be Islamically correct, but the pics are there to show how evil this man is, who is supposed to be the governments 'chosen leader' for all the Muslims in the UK.
Mmm hmm, http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008...islam.religion

"Majid Nawaz - is a night-clubber who runs a facebook page promoting hippop nightclub parties while the deputy director is a verifiable fraud - an absolute unknown who turned up out of nowhere 10 years after his brief, inconsequential association with a few supporters of Hizb-ut-tahrir (HT)."

"As for the head of research, Rashad Ali, we note that the Quilliam
Foundation conveniently omits the part of his CV where stating the reason for his suspension from HT - dealing in stolen cars along with other criminality"

Pssh, JazakAllah khair bro,

AsalamuAlaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

*Bump*
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- Qatada -
04-26-2008, 11:17 AM
:salamext:


its true, would anyone like to have a leader who contradicts their religion? Would Jews or Christians want a Rabbi who is a fornicator, or an apostate - according to their faith? Obviously they wouldn't, so why is there an exception with Muslims.
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Pk_#2
04-26-2008, 11:27 AM
I've e-mailed it btw,

"They wish to extinguish Allah's light with their mouths but Allah will not allow but that His light should be perfected, even though the unbelievers may detest it" ( At-Tauba: 32),

People pass this around! At least then on the day of Qiyamah you can say 'I tried' inshaAllah,

AsalamuAlaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.


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Snowflake
04-26-2008, 11:31 AM
SHOCKING! JazakAllah khair for bringing this to our attention bro.
Quran:63:4 The Hypocrites (Al-Munáfiqün)
When thou lookest at them, their bodies please thee; and when they speak, thou listenest to their words. They are as (worthless as hollow) pieces of timber propped up, (unable to stand on their own). They think that every cry is against them. They are the enemies; so beware of them. The curse of Allah be on them! How are they deluded (away from the Truth)!
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Fishman
04-26-2008, 04:52 PM
:sl:
They just sound like a bunch of cranky liberals. I don't think anybody I know would bother listening to them.
:w:
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- Qatada -
04-28-2008, 09:40 PM
:salamext:


Subhan Allah look at how much they want to change Islam;



Extracts from the Quilliam Foundation’s launch publication

Over the last decade, in sections of theMuslim community there has been a maturity of debate that has led to the emergence of progressive, British voices. These include T J Winter, Dr Ghayasudin Siddiqui, Dr Musharraf Hussain, Dr Usama Hassan, Humera Khan, Asim Siddiqui, Haras Rafiq, Abu Muntasir, Abu Aaliyah, Khola Hassan, Dilwar Hussain, Yahya Birt, Fareena Alam, Abdul-Rehman Malik, and others.

Among Muslim scholars too, there has been a bolder identi.cation of the nature of extremism. Here, Muslim scholars such as T J Winter, Imam Ba-Bikr Ahmed, Dr Musharraf Hussain, Dr Usama Hassan have been crucial.



To ensure that English-speaking imams do not become mouthpieces for al-Qaeda ideology, Muslim seminaries in Dewsbury, Manchester, Bury, London, and other cities should:
  • Re-evaluate their syllabi to ensure that these are in line with the expectations of lives for citizens in a 21st century liberal democracy, not British India in the 1850s;
  • Explain religious texts of the past in their context and assess relevance to today’s world (for example, the invalidity of notions of Dar al-Harb and Dar al-Islam);
  • Encourage students and imams to wear clothes that ensure belonging to mainstream society, and not Pakistani ethnic attire designed for a different climate. Islam requires modesty, not Arab or Pakistani clothing. We are not like Polish Jews that insist on wearing black clothes, unrelated to religion;
  • Actively encourage more women to become students and teachers at these male-dominated environments;
  • Establish strong working relationships with Jewish and Christian seminaries that lead to joint teaching activities and better understanding of other religions among imams, and vice versa.



Friday prayers in key institutions such as Imperial College London, Leeds University, Queen Mary and Westfield College, the London School of Economics and others attract huge crowds. In order to ensure that these young minds do not succumb to Islamist radicalism, we recommend that:
  • Where there is a genuine concern of radicalisation on a given campus, university authorities should actively monitor which Muslim faction controls the Islamic society and content of Friday sermons;
  • Radical sermonizers should be actively rejected by Muslim student bodies, and not given succour in the name of ‘Muslim unity’;
  • Leaders of the Federation of Student Islamic Societies (FOSIS) have a duty to help integrate its student population into British life, not encourage Saudi-style gender segregation in Muslim gatherings at British universities; 4
  • Muslim students should not take over multi-faith prayer rooms, and then create ‘Muslim-only’ areas. Rather they should allow for other faith adherents to use these facilities;
  • University authorities should ensure prayer rooms do not become an Islamist underworld, a centre for Muslim students to withdraw between lessons and thus avoid extra-curricular interaction with other students;
  • Where Islamic societies have invited radical speakers/sermonizers, university management should conduct spot checks on the content of Wednesday afternoon lectures/Friday sermons until sufficient trust in the Islamic society is re-established.

4 For example Faisal Hanjera, a FOSIS leader, has personally been present at meetings at QMW college where gender segregation was imposed throughout this academic year. And Muslim women reduced to asking questions in writing, lest their voices prove lustful to the predominantly male audience.
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- Qatada -
04-28-2008, 09:46 PM
Originally Posted by Fishman
:sl:
They just sound like a bunch of cranky liberals. I don't think anybody I know would bother listening to them.
:w:

:wasalamex


That isn't the issue bro, even if muslims don't listen to them presently - they're changing Islam for all muslims in the UK, and probably there will be a similar effect all over the world. That's because they're the official 'Muslim leaders' who will effect the lives of the Muslims in the UK since they have ties with the government - who will call anyone who doesn't follow their secular agenda as extremists.
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