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Saturday, 9 February 2013
Preachers of hate on British TV: what they said that broke the broadcasting rules
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From the Telegraph

Muslim fundamentalists have been found breaching the strict rules on what can be broadcast on the airwaves in Britain, by inciting violence and intolerance.

Ofcom, the broadcasting regulator, has made a series of new rulings against minority channels, which are disclosed here for the first time.

The broadcasters and stations which broke the rules are:

Name: Dr Zakir Naik  (a name we know!)

Channel: Peace TV

Programme: Dare to Ask

“In Ofcom’s view it is potentially offensive for any service to broadcast comments suggesting that it is acceptable to apply a 'penalty’ and kill any individual for renouncing their faith. Broadcasters must ensure that material which may cause offence is justified by the context.”

Name: Muhammad Farooq Nizami

Channel: Noor TV

Programme: Paigham-e-Mustafa (“Message of Mustafa”)

Date: May 3, 2012

What was said: “There is absolutely no doubt about it that the punishment for the person who shows disrespect for the Prophet is death. No one disagrees about this.

"Whoever shows disrespect for Prophet Muhammad will be given death penalty. In the whole world, there should be slaves of Mustafa [Muhammad] everywhere, and disrespectful people should be eliminated

Name: Abdul Qadir Jilani

Channel: DM Digital

Programme: Rehmatul Lil Alameen ("Mercy unto the Worlds")

Date: October 9, 2011

What was said: “The matter of insulting the prophet does not fall in the category of terrorism.
“Those who cannot kill such men have no faith.
“It is your duty, the duty of those who recite the holy verse, to kill those who insult Prophet Mohammed.
“Under the guidance from Islamic texts it is evident that if a Muslim apostatises, then it is not right to wait for the authorised courts; anyone may kill him.

Mr Jilani is an imam at the Dar-ul-Uloom mosque in Walthamstow having studied in Pakistan, where he was born, and Saudi Arabia. His mosque has this week been granted retrospective approval for an extension, previously considered too high. I took this photograph a few years ago, before the upper story grew so tall..

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Posted on 02/09/2013 4:31 PM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
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11 Feb 2013
Christina McIntosh

 Why cannot this murder-inciting jihad gang boss - openly encouraging the assassination of apostates and of anyone who criticises Islam  (one must assume that prominent publicly-declared apostates Canon Dr Patrick Sookhdeo, an ex-Muslim now Christian priest in the UK, and Hannah Shah, formerly Muslim and now Christian, would be on his people-to-kill list) - be stripped of his citizenship, if he possesses it (he should never have been granted UK citizenship in the first place), and deported back to Pakistan, and his sinister jihad-training-and-recruitment centre, aka 'mosque', be shut down...and, preferably, razed to the ground?



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