Mohammed said: “I was simply exercising freedom of speech and expression, in the same way people express their freedom of speech when making derogatory comments about Islam. It works both ways.” Sure. No one should suppress his freedom of speech. He should be heard far and wide, along with a public discussion of Islamic Jew-hatred and how it is based on Qur’anic passages that say that Jews are the worst enemies of the Muslims (5:82), and that Allah transformed disobedient Jews into apes and pigs (2:63-5; 5:59-60; 7:166); and that Jews are under Allah’s curse (3:112; 9:30); and that Jews must be warred against and subjugated (9:29); etc. These things need to be known. If they were, maybe the official fictions about how Islamic jihad has nothing to do with Islam could be exposed and discarded.
“Former civil servant’s shocking Facebook hate rant: ‘Hitler should have exterminated all Jews,'” by Norman Silvester, Daily Record, February 1, 2015 (thanks to Maurice):
A FORMER civil servant is being probed by police after he said Hitler should have killed every Jew during the Holocaust.
In his hate-filled Facebook rant Zaim Mohammed, 43, who has worked for both the UK and Scottish governments, branded Jews as greedy troublemakers who make everyone’s lives a misery.
Police Scotland launched an investigation last week after a complaint from Glasgow-based lawyer Matthew Berlow.
The comments by Mohammed, now an IT consultant, were made only days before the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz where one million Jews were executed during World War II.
Mohammed, of Maryhill, Glasgow, wrote: “My grievance is with Hitler for failing to exterminate entire Jewish race.
“He realised this was a nation of manipulative troublemakers; who are extremely greedy with a dangerous appetite to consume, horde and control and, in turn, make everyone else’s lives a misery!”
Berlow, 43, says he contacted police as soon as he saw the comments and officers came to his home in Newton Mearns, near Glasgow, to take a statement.
He added: “I saw the grossly offensive message from a gentleman called Zaim Mohammed.
“I have asked the police to investigate. I was both shocked and offended.
“As a lawyer I am in favour of freedom of speech but this is just hatred.”
The anti-Jewish comments were made on January 14 during an online debate about the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack.
They sparked a furious reaction from other Facebook users.
Mohammed previously worked for the UK Government as an IT expert, including spells with the
Ministry of Defence in England and the Ministry of Justice in Glasgow. He also worked for the Scottish Government in a similar role.
In the 1990s he ran his own IT firm, Scorpion Technological Services, based in Glasgow.
Speaking at his home, the married dad-of-three was unrepentant about his controversial comments and refused to take them down.
He admitted he was being provocative and knew people would find his comments offensive.
He added: “I was simply exercising freedom of speech and expression, in the same way people express their freedom of speech when making derogatory comments about Islam. It works
“I have not removed the post and I have not been asked to.
“I have not spoken with the police but they are more than welcome to speak to me.”
Police Scotland said: “We received a complaint about offensive comments posted online. Our inquiries are continuing.”…