Jamaat é War Criminals
Earlier this month, Prince Charles attended the opening of the all new London Muslim Centre in Whitechapel. It is common knowledge that Charles has a genuine interest in Islamic spiritualism and traditional architecture. But did he know that by attending the opening of the Centre he would have to share the dias with Maulana Delwar Hossain Sayeedi, MP for the Fundamentalist Jamaati Party in Bangladesh?
Delwar Hossain Sayeedi's record of violence against Non-Muslim minorities makes our old friend Abu Hamza of Finsbury Park look like a cartoon. (Which is after all he is).
Was the Prince aware of the following facts about Sayeedi:
As a member of the Jamaat e party, he opposed the independence of Bangladesh in 1971. During that time, he in known to have been involved in the killing of thousands of women and children, more often than not, Hindus. His record of War Crimes is well documented.
Sayeedi is an elected MP and a member of the Jamaat e Islami who have in the past 4 years been complicit in a number of hate campaigns against Non-Muslim minorities in Bangladesh. Most recently being the party's involvement with the Banning of Ahmediyya texts.
Humayun Azad, 56, a well known writer, playwright and crtic and auther of over 50 books was stabbed in February It is well known that this was the work of the Fundamentalists in Bangladesh. His enemies have always been the Fundy's and his writing has always taken them to task - in particular Sayeedi's brand of criminal Islamic political opportunists.