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Corbyn attends MEND event in Parliament

Post by Shady2 on Thu Nov 02, 2017 6:06 pm

Corbyn and Labour MPs Host MEND in Parliament

In all the Fallon excitement, Corbyn should not be allowed to get away with his attendance at the MEND event in parliament last night. There’s no two ways about it, MEND is an extremist-linked group whose senior figures have praised Al-Qaeda, attended speeches by al-Qaeda hate preachers, and justified the murder of British troops. Last week the respected Henry Jackson Society think tank dubbed MEND “Islamists posing as civil libertarians”. Tory MPs pulled out of last night’s event when details of MEND’s extremist links were published in the media over the weekend. Yet still Corbyn agreed to be the keynote speaker. Labour MPs Wes Streeting, Stephen Kinnock, Naz Shah, Kate Green and Afzal Khan all attended. Corbyn’s face is now proudly splashed across MEND’s Twitter page.

MEND is a seriously nasty group. Jez and the Labour MPs who attended will have seen the reports about them over the weekend. And they still turned up. It’ll be missed as sleaze takes centre stage, but this is grim stuff from Labour…

https://order-order.com/2017/11/02/corbyn-and-labour-mps-host-mend-in-parliament/


More proof which shows that Corbyn supports radical islam & is a traitor.

How can anyone support Labour?

Disgusting.
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Re: Corbyn attends MEND event in Parliament

Post by Sassy on Thu Nov 02, 2017 10:08 pm

Terrorist organisation - get a grip you lunatic

Muslim Engagement and Development: Tackling Islamophobia in the UK


Wednesday November 01 2017

Mend response to Henry Jackson Society Report; “Mend ‘Islamists masquerading as Civil Libertarians’

The Henry Jackson Society have published the aforementioned report. Whilst the document is long, it is thin on detail. It attempts to paint a picture of an extremist organisation due to our stance on opposing aspects of the Governments Counter-Terrorism legislation, opposition to policies pursued by the State of Israel and the promotion of “conspiratorial narratives” about Islamophobia.

Quite simply the report equates political dissent with extremism. This is ironic given that the motto for Henry Jackson Society is “Democracy. Freedom. Human Rights.”

The timing of its publication on the eve of the launch of Islamophobia Awareness Month and our event in Parliament on 1st November 2017 is not coincidental.

Our Parliamentary event shows that we operate in the mainstream of British society and our work has recently been praised by senior figures in all three main UK political parties, including the Labour Party and Liberal Democrat Party leaders.

The Henry Jackson Society report clearly has its own partisan agenda and is aimed at discrediting Mend with a view to trying to discourage politicians, journalists, unions, civil liberty organisations and others to work with us. Our increasing participation and acceptance is an irritant to the Henry Jackson Society and it appears that they believe only certain organisations can be allowed to express political views on behalf of Muslims. It is completely predictable therefore that Inspire and Tell Mama are reported on favourably.

Readers of the report will note that many of its claims are based on innuendo and false assertions. We will be producing a counter-document responding to each and every allegation. We unequivocally reject any allegations of anti-semitism, homophobia, or extremism.

We will also be exposing this report as an example of Professional Islamophobia and demonstrate the partisan motivations behind the author, the Henry Jackson Society, and the neocon movement being mobilised against us.

We will study each statement carefully and not hesitate to take legal action where defamatory comments have been made.

Mend Board

1st November 2017

https://mend.org.uk/news/mend-statement-report-henry-jackson-society/
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