Weeks back this newspaper in an investigative article had already proved that Queen Elizabeth is the direct descendant of the Prophet of Islam. In another report, it was revealed that Prince Charles has secretly embraced Islam and has been living the life of a practicing Muslim. Now, there is specific report on Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, who is a retired American actress and became a member of the British royal family upon her marriage to Prince Harry is patronizing radical Islamic militancy. According to reports, a restaurant supported by Meghan’s cookbook is housed inside mosque ‘which has links to 19 terror suspects including infamous member of ISIS – Jihadi John.
The Al Manaar Muslim centre in London is said to be linked to 19 terror suspects. One imam of this centre claimed women listening to music could become strippers. Imam Samer Darwish also suggested women should not pray while on periods.
Other jihadists with alleged links to the mosque include three of four ‘Beatles’. One is said to have stood outside the mosque and preached extremist views.
A community kitchen supported by Meghan Markle is based in a mosque with links to terror suspects, it was alleged last night.
A report in the Telegraph said that one of the imams at the mosque near Grenfell Tower had suggested women who listened to music were at risk of becoming strippers.
The Duchess of Sussex has promoted a charity cookbook on the back of numerous visits to the Hubb Community Kitchen, based at the mosque.
Attitudes such as this are at odds with what the Duchess has campaigned for in the past.
She made her feminist values clear from the offset and she and husband Harry have chosen to focus their efforts on charities that empower women.
And her passion for women’s rights is one that dates back long before she became royalty, when in 2015 she participated in a UN Women campaign encouraging more women to be leaders.
Choukri Ellekhlifi, Alexanda Kotey and Aine Davis, who are all from west London, are believed to have attended at one point. The ‘Beatles’ – nicknamed after the British band because of their English accents – were involved in jihadist activity and became one of the Islamic State’s most notorious terrorist silos. They were led by the infamous Jihadi John – also English – whose real name was Mohammed Emwazi and was killed by a drone strike in Syria three years ago.
The terrorist group was behind the murder US journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff, British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning and aid worker and Iraq war veteran Peter Kassig.
One of the terror cell, Kotey is alleged to have stood outside the mosque and preached extremist views and in 2008 became involved with a group believed responsible for the 7/7 bombings. Kotey was captured in January earlier this year as he attempted to flee Syria, and was held by the US-backed Syrian Defence Force.
While Aine Davis, also believed to have links to the mosque, was in 2017 found guilty of being a senior member of a terrorist organisation, and sentenced to seven-and-a-half years in prison. In 2014 his wife, Amal el-Wahabi, was convicted of funding terrorism after she persuaded a friend to try and smuggle £16,000 in cash to him.
Meghan has written the foreword to Together, a collection of global dishes by women from the Grenfell community and others, which aims to raise funds to expand their culinary work at the Al-Manaar mosque.
The book took the number one spot on Amazon within hours of being unveiled two months ago and has since sold nearly 40,000 copies in the UK alone, raising £210,000.
Although a section of the British media is saying that the Duchess of Sussex was “not properly briefed about the mosque having terror connection” others say, for the British royals, appeasing radical Islam is nothing new.
In recent years, United Kingdom has turned into the epicenter of antisemitism while radical Islam is quickly expanding its network. Majority of the British Muslims are inclined towards radical Islam while almost sixty percent of the immigrants in Britain have already been radicalized, Sitting in UK they even are spreading the poisonous seeds radical Islam amongst the relatives and friends in their country of origin. This is a disturbing trend that has been continuing in Britain for some years while the authorities seem to be turning a blind eye on this crucial matter.
Sohail Choudhury is the executive editor of Blitz