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Lutfur Rahman The new Sheik of The Islamic State of Tower Hamlets.

This landslide win for Lutfur Rahman is an example of how powerful the islamic block vote in the UK, and Tower Hamlets actually is. A sad day for democracy 1. only 24% bothered to vote. A sad day for democracy 2. The new Mayor is supported by an organization(I.F.E.) that loathes democracy.

Lufter Rahman
No surprise that the dhimmi supreme Ken Livingstone was out canvassing for Lutfur Rahman. That is 24,000 votes guaranteed from Tower Hamlets for Ken at the next LONDON Mayor Election.
The only good news in this election is the labour party lost most of their votes. The Muslim community in Tower Hamlets have no interest in secular left wing politics. George Galloway found this out at the general election and lost his seat.


And where is Geoger Galloway ?
Here is a photograph from a press conference held earlier today(17 October 2010)in Latakia, Syria, by Viva Palestina, George Galloway's mission for the political and material support of Hamas.

The future for tower Hamlets has already been well documented by exfl.com in an article published 3 years ago(2007). We are not surprised that Tower Hamlets now has an Islamic Fundamentalist Mayor who controls a budget of over a Billion pounds. We have no further comment on this natural progression and slide toward Sharia for the East End of London.

Who is on the apathetic white East Enders side?. Camgleg!

Going into battle against the creeping Islamification of the UK is a very strange left wing right-wing liberal conservative coalition government. "The great white hope" Led by a composite and very Wet! entity PM Camgleg.

Either we at exfl.com are missing something as it appears we are truly f**cked.
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UK: MASSIVE VOTER FRAUD TO ELECT ISLAMIC EXTREMIST WITH SUPREMACIST, RACIST TIES NEXT EXECUTIVE MAYOR IN CONTROL OF BILLION DOLLAR BUDGET

In my New York Times interview here, I repeated what I have said and thought for some time, that the first country that will be Islamic in Europe will be the U.K.

This terrible story just validates my prediction. An Islamic supremacist with fundamentalist links will most likely be elected Executive Mayor of Tower Hamlet council, with control of over a billion dollar budget.

Mind you, he was previously fired for extremist ties. But the Islamic machine went into overdrive and fraudulently gamed the system (shocka!).

Tower Hamlets moved from a conventional leader system to a mayoralty this year as a result of a campaign spearheaded by the Muslim extremsit group the IFE. IFE's Abu Talha told an undercover reporter for The Sunday Telegraph and Channel 4's Dispatches : "The mayor is going to have a lot more control. That's why we need to get someone, one of our brothers, in there. Which we will do."

The law says that if 5 per cent of the electorate petition a council, it must hold a referendum on changing to a mayoral system.

Earlier this year another prominent IFE activist, Abjol Miah, organised such a petition.

A total of 99.3 per cent of the signatures were Muslim names, in a borough which is only a third Muslim

Council officers found that almost half were "invalid", with entire pages of names and addresses written in the same handwriting and around 5,000 not even appearing on the electoral register.

But the dhimmi court allowed it just the same. Ameroca, pay attention.

Read on. And bear in mind that according to the media and the political elites, the EDL is the problem. The campaign of destruction against the EDL (made up of Jews, Christians, Blacks, Hindus, Sikhs, et al) fighting Islamic supremacism and imperialism would be laughable if it weren't so tragic.

Tower Hamlets extremist vote poses Ed Miliband's first big election test Telegraph hat tip Janice

A man with close links to Islamic fundamentalism and the backing of prominent racists could this week be elected as the executive mayor of a council, with almost total control over its £1 billion budget.

Lutfur Rahman was sacked by the Labour Party last month as its candidate for mayor of Tower Hamlets amid deep concerns about his links with a Muslim supremacist group, the Islamic Forum of Europe (IFE), and a number of powerful local businessmen.

Mr Rahman also signed up entire families of "sham" paper Labour members some of whom do not even support the party to win nomination as Labour's candidate.

Mr Rahman is now running as an independent and his supporters say he is "hopeful" of victory.

"Things look very good," said one of his major business backers, Shiraj Haque, a millionaire restaurateur.

Labour sources said the contest between Mr Rahman and their new candidate, Helal Abbas, was "extremely close" and would depend on turnout in Thursday's election.

Unlike a conventional leader, a directly-elected mayor has almost complete power over a council's finances and cannot be controlled, checked or sacked by councillors.

Tower Hamlets moved from a conventional leader system to a mayoralty this year as a result of a campaign spearheaded by the IFE.

In secret filming earlier this year, Abu Talha, an IFE activist, told an undercover reporter for The Sunday Telegraph and Channel 4's Dispatches : "The mayor is going to have a lot more control. That's why we need to get someone, one of our brothers, in there. Which we will do."

The law says that if 5 per cent of the electorate petition a council, it must hold a referendum on changing to a mayoral system.

Earlier this year another prominent IFE activist, Abjol Miah, organised such a petition.

A total of 99.3 per cent of the signatures were Asian names, in a borough which is only a third Asian.

Council officers found that almost half were "invalid", with entire pages of names and addresses written in the same handwriting and around 5,000 not even appearing on the electoral register.

Nonetheless, enough of the signatures were ruled to be valid.

The mayoral referendum was granted and passed in May after an intensive campaign involving the IFE, Mr Haque and others who have now emerged as backers of Mr Rahman.

The literature advocating a "yes" vote in the referendum campaign used an identical logo and typeface to some of Mr Rahman's leaflets in the mayoral campaign.

Defeat in strongly-Labour Tower Hamlets would be a humiliation for the party's new leader, Ed Miliband, in what is his first electoral test. However, it would also raise even more serious concerns about radical Islam's political power in the UK.

According to one of its own leaflets, the IFE based at the hardline East London Mosque in Tower Hamlets wants to change the "very infrastructure of society, its institutions, its culture, its political order and its creed from ignorance to Islam."

 

 

 

Islamic Forum of Europe

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Islamic Forum of Europe is an Islamic organisation based in London with at least two branches in the United Kingdom . Its website states it has branches in "most of the European countries including: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland". [ 1 ] Its youth wing is called the Young Muslim Organisation (YMO), "an organisation based in Tower Hamlets " in London, "with several branches across Britain," and is very active among the Bangladeshi community. [ 2 ] The YMO was established mainly by Bangladeshi youths in East London during the period of racial attacks in Tower Hamlets in 1978 . Its women's wing is Muslimaat UK. [ 1 ] Its "regular activities" include:

Individual and group Da'wah , Study Circles, courses in Tafsir , Hadith , Seerah and History Seminars, Conventions and Camps Islamic cultural exhibitions for non-Muslims and the annual Discover Islam Month, Arabic Language & Shariah courses, Insight and Discover Islam magazines, Local Radio stations (particularly in Ramadan), Developing Mosques, Schools and Islamic Centres, Raising funds for humanitarian relief, participating in local, national and global issues affecting the Ummah and humanity at large. [ 1 ]

However, a Dispatches documentary aired on 1 March 2010 suggested the IFE are an extremist organisation with a hidden agenda that went against Britain's democratic values. [ 3 ] Dispatches quoted Azad Ali, the IFE's community affairs coordinator, as saying, "Democracy, if it means at the expense of not implementing the sharia , of course no one agrees with that". [ 4 ] In a comment piece in the Guardian newspaper, Inayat Bunglawala of the Muslim Council of Britain suggested that many of the people interviewed on the programme had hidden agendas of their own and highlighted that Jim Fitzpatrick, who suggested the Labour Party had been infiltrated by IFE members, was up against George Galloway in the upcoming elections who had overturned a 10,000+ majority held by Oona King at the 2005 general election. [ 5 ] Galloway was recorded as saying that his 2005 election owed "more than I can say, more than it would be wise for me to say, to the Islamic Forum of Europe." [ 6 ] Responding to the Dispatches programme, Galloway denounced it as a smear, credited the IFE only as one of several groups that helped his anti-war campaign, and claimed to know little about the IFE's membership or policies. [ 7 ]

The IFE also helped Lutfur Rahman to gain the leadership of Tower Hamlets Council from 2008 until 2010. Six Labour councillors told Dispatches that a senior IFE official had threatened to mobilise the group's supporters against them if they did not support the candidate. During Rahman's leadership, millions of pounds of public money were paid to organisations run by the IFE. The results included stocks of extremist literature being stocked in public libraries. [ 8 ]

The group has been described as part of a movement of Bangladeshi immigrants in east London away from secular left politics towards Islamist politics. [ 9 ] The group has close links with the East London Mosque , which is located close to its offices, and with Jamaat-e-Islami , [ 2 ] a group founded by Abul Ala Maududi and a major Islamist political party in Bangladesh . According to one report, the group found itself in conflict with a rival Jamaat-e-Islami-affiliated group Dawatul Islam (affiliated with the UK Islamic Mission) at the East London Mosque "throughout the late 1980s". [ 10 ] Dawat'ul Islam is now based at another mosque, Jamiatul Ummah Bigland Street. [ 2 ] The IFE and YMO were featured in the book The Islamist by Ed Husain , where he explains that the YMO attracts mainly English-speaking Asian youths, providing circles or talks daily at the East London Mosque; while teaching about Islam , it covers the political system of the religion, influenced by the ideologies of Syed Qutb and Maududi. [ 11 ]

The group is said to have a more limited following in Birmingham where it has around 80 members. [ 2 ] Its London and Sunderland branches are affiliated to the Muslim Council of Britain .