Hizbollah in the House Of Commons

April 04, 2009 13:13

Whilst the "Home Secretary" is embroiled in trying to justify her dodgy expense claims, her eye is off the ball.
It is not just supporters of terrorism that are allowed in, but "the real deal" - actual combatants.
Dyab Abou Jahjah, fought for Hizbollah against Israel before moving to Belgium. In Belgium he started The Arab European League, involved in riots following the murder of a Moroccan schoolteacher. This week he spoke at two meetings in London. On Monday,the Stop The War Coalition meeting and Tuesday he spoke in the Grand Committee Room of the House of Commons, at the launch of a British branch of the International Union of Parliamentarians for Palestine.
Hosted by Labour MP Jeremy Corbyn the meeting was also addressed by Lebanese Hizbollah MP Hussein el-Hajj Hassan — “the first Hizbollah MP to speak in the House of Commons”.
This is an outrage, the public purse is paying for Mr Corbyn and his colleague George Galloway to hide behond Parliamentary Immunity and actively support international terrorists. Not only does the UK Government allow their activity but the "Powers" within the UK Jewish Community appear to be silent on the matter.
I only represent myself, but I have written in depth to:- The Prime Minsister, The Head of The Public Standards Committee, The Speaker, The Metropolitan Police Commissioner, The DG of M15 and various MP's about such activity, in particular of George Galloway and his support of Hamas and involvement with Press TV, (The Iranian sponsored anti-semitic TV Channel and web site). Both are proscribed and banned organisations in the USA, and now that Canada has banned Galloway from entering, we, in the UK must take this matter seriously. Galloway has beaten both the UK Governement and the Board Of Deputies in Court, so we are dealing with a very clever and manipulative anti-semite that must be stopped. If anyone reading this who supports my views and has some "clout" please contact me and I will be happy to share the correspondence and discuss what can be done.

April 04, 2009 13:13

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