And the accusations have mosque trustees…outraged. “London mosque accused of links to ‘terror’ in Pakistan,” by Kurt Barling for the BBC, September 22 (thanks to Twostellas):
A south London mosque is at the centre of allegations it helped promote of [sic] acts of terror and hate in Pakistan.
Leaflets circulating in Pakistan calling for the murder of members of the Ahmadi Muslim sect directed readers to a website naming Stockwell Mosque.
The website mentioned on the leaflets in turn advised people with queries to contact the mosque in Stockwell.
Angry trustees at the mosque said its name had been misused and it had no links to the Pakistani organisation.
Trustee Toaha Qureshi said: “We don’t have any linkage with this organisation which is promoting hate.”
Of course. Who ever heard of a mosque promoting hate? Well, maybe the people in this mosque; or this one; or this one that was used to house a bomb factory; or this one that was used to store weapons; or this one that was used to disseminate messages from bin Laden; or this one that was used to demand (in the U.S.) that non-Muslims conform to Islamic dietary restrictions; or this one that was used to fire on American troops; or this one that was used to fire upon Indian troops; or this one that was used to train jihadists.