Exposed. The extremist family links of Sadiq Khan

Today the London Standard reveals that the brother in law of Sadiq Khan, Makbool Javaid,  is part of one of London’s most notorious extremist organisations.  The Standard says:  sadiqextrremist3“In the Nineties Mr Javaid took part in events in London with the extremist group Al-Muhajiroun while he was Mr Khan’s brother-in-law, having married the Labour politician’s sister in 1989.

He appeared alongside some of the country’s most notorious hate preachers, including the now banned cleric Omar Bakri, in 1997 and 1998.

Mr Javaid’s name appeared on a fatwa in 1998 calling for a “full-scale war of jihad” against Britain and the US.

Mr Khan attended a conference alongside his then brother-in-law in 2004 but today said that he has had no contact with Mr Javaid for at least 10 years and that he has always condemned extremism.”

Sadiq Khan’s mentor to win the Mayor of London nomination for Labour was Ken Livingstone, who supports radical Islam.  The Labour Party leader, Jeremy  Corbyn, sympathises with Hamas. Red Ken has categorically stated that Sadiq will be the instrument of Corbyn’s destructive unionist strategy, which involves attacking the Government through strikes, should he win London.   For a variety of reasons, it is clear that voting in Sadiq Khan as Mayor will cause untold problems.

Read full details of the Standard’s research here.

3 responses to “Exposed. The extremist family links of Sadiq Khan

  1. brother in law of Sajid Javid?

  2. Pingback: Why is Sadiq Khan refusing to face scrutiny over his extremist links? | CYBERBORISjohnson

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