THREE BRITISH MUSLIM GROUPS DESIGNATED AS TERRORISTS
Three so called legitimate British Muslim groups : Islamic Relief, Muslim Association of Britain (MAB), Cordoba Foundation, have been included on a list of 85 designated terrorist organizations by the UAE government which also included ISIS, Boko Haraam ,Al-Qaeda and the Muslim brotherhood. Bearing in mind that UAE is a hard line Islamic state who have good knowledge of terrorist goings on in the region,you cant help believe these British based Islamic groups are up to no good.
A huge British based Islamic charity which is one of the biggest NGOs in the world. With a mega income of almost £100 million a year. A large chunk of that comes in the way of government funding comes from us in the UK and other Western Governments, the United Nations and the European Union. For a number of years the Israeli Ministry for Foreign Affairs designated IRW itself a terrorist front, IRW appears to be a hub for donations from charities accused of links to Hamas, Al Qaeda and other terror groups.
A report by Stand for Peace believes that IRW is an extremist organization with a pro-terror agenda.First, IRW’s accounts reveal that it has partnered with a significant number of organizations that are linked to terrorism. Second, IRW’s trustees are personally connected to extreme Islamist groups with connections to terror. Finally, IRW and some of its subsidiary branches have run events with extremist, anti-Semitic and pro-terror speakers.
Islamic relief fundraising events held here in the UK have often featured some of the worlds most repulsive hate preachers
Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) is an umbrella group of Muslims in the UK heavily associated with the Muslim Brotherhood.The MAB was founded in 1997 by Kamal el-Helbawy a lifelong member of the Muslim Brotherhood who was at that time its spokesperson and representative in Europe.In a 2004 statement the MAB said “MAB enjoys good relation with every mainstream Islamic organisation in the UK and abroad among them is Muslim Brotherhood which is well respected “.
Their extremist views and belief in political Islam were shown when a newspaper published by the MAB for the September 2002 Stop the War protest suggested that apostasy from Islam could be a ‘religious offence punishable by death,’ and said the MAB shares the Muslim Brotherhood’s goal for ‘the widespread implementation of Islam as a way of life; no longer to be sidelined as merely a religion’.
The MAB has organised and promoted events with hate cleric Anwar al-Awlaki at a time when he was wanted for questioning by the FBI, over his involvement with the 9/11 attackers. Another notorious hate cleric they have hosted is Yusuf al-Qaradawi the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood. The fundamentalist preacher is a supporter of jihad, FGM, wife beating and killing anybody who leavesIslam.An islamofascist if there ever was one.
MAB are yet another Islamist group that have links to communists from Socialist Workers Party and their front group, UAF. Heavily involved in the leadership and protests of another SWP front group Stop The War Coalition who openly supported Iraq in the second gulf war against the allied forces. StWC recently protested in London in defence of terrorist ISIS.
The Cordoba Foundation are a Muslim think tank which claims to be independent but in truth lobbies on behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood ans other Islamists. It works closely with other British extremist groups which seek the creation of an Islamic dictatorship, or caliphate, in Europe. Its agenda has similarities with that of the Muslim Brotherhood with many experts on Islamic extremism claiming Cordoba is a Muslim Brotherhood front group. Cordoba Foundation, were described by the Prime Minister, David Cameron, as a “political front for the Muslim Brotherhood”.
Cordoba leader Anas Al-Tikriti is said to be the UK leader of the islamist Muslim Brotherhood. He is the son of Osama Al-Tikriti, one of the leaders of the Iraqi Islamic Party representing the Muslim Brotherhood in that country. In addition to his role at Cordoba, Al-Tikriti is one of the leaders of the British Muslim Initiative (BMI), part of the U.K. Muslim Brotherhood. The Muslim Association of Britain (MAB) had for many years been the most active organization in the U.K Muslim Brotherhood but many of the leaders of the MAB left in 2007 to form the BMI. The split was said to be caused over involvement with far left politics in particular involvement with the Socialist Workers Party ( Unite Against Fascism) in setting up Stop the War Coalition.
The following list of organistations deemed terrorist :
The UAE Muslim Brotherhood.
Al Islah (or Da’wat Al-Islah).
Fatah Al Islam (Lebanon).
Associazione Musulmani Italiani (Association of Italian Muslims).
Khalaya Al Jihad Al Emirati (Emirati Jihadist Cells).
Osbat Al Ansar (the League of the Followers) in Lebanon.
The Finnish Islamic Association (Suomen Islam-seurakunta).
Al Qaeda in the Land of the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM or Tanzim al-Qa‘idah fi Bilad al-Maghrib Al-Islami).
The Muslim Association of Sweden (Sveriges muslimska forbund, SMF)
Hizb Al Ummah (The Ommah Party or Nation’s Party) in the Gulf and the Arabian Peninsula
Ansar Al Sharia in Libya (ASL, Partisans of Islamic Law).
The Islamic Council Norway (Islamsk Rad Norge, IRN).
Ansar Al Sharia in Tunisia (AST, Partisans of Sharia) in Tunisia.
Islamic Relief UK.
Harakat Al Shabaab Al Mujahideen (HSM) in Somalia (Mujahideen Youth Movement)
The Cordoba Foundation (TCF) in Britain.
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP).
Boko Haraam (Jamaatu Ahlis Sunna Lidda’Awati Wal-Jihad) in Nigeria.
Islamic Relief Worldwide (IRW) of the Global Muslim Brotherhood.
Jamaat Ansar Al Sharia (Partisans of Sharia) in Yemen.
Al Mourabitoun (The Sentinels) group in Mali.
Tehrik-I-Taliban Pakistan (Taliban Movement of Pakistan).
The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) organisation and groups.
Ansar Al Dine (Defenders of the faith) movement in Mali.
Abu Dhar Al-Ghifari Battalion in Syria.
Jamaa Islamic in Egypt (AKA Al-Gama at al-Islamiyya, The Islamic Group, IG).
The Haqqani Network in Pakistan.
Al-Tawheed Brigade (Brigade of Unity, or Monotheism) in Syria.
Ansar Bait Al-Maqdis (ABM, Supporters of the Holy House or Jerusalem) and now rebranded as Wilayat Sinai (Province or state in the Sinai).
Lashkar-i-Taiba (Soldiers, or Army of the Pure, or of the Righteous).
Al Tawhid Wal-Eman battalion (Battaltion of Unity, or Monotheism, and Faith) in Syria.
Ajnad Misr (Soldiers of Egypt) group.
The East Turkistan Islamic Movement in Pakistan (ETIM), AKA the Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP), Turkistan Islamic Movement (TIM).
Katibat al-Khadra in Syria (the Green Battaltion).
Majlis Shura Al-Mujahedeen Fi Aknaf Bayt Al-Maqdis (the Mujahedeen Shura Council in the Environs of Jerusalem, or MSC).
Jaish-e-Mohammed (The Army of Muhammad).
Abu Bakr Al Siddiq Brigade in Syria.
The Houthi Movement in Yemen.
Jaish-e-Mohammed (The Army of Muhammad) in Pakistan and India.
Talha Ibn ‘Ubaid-Allah Compnay in Syria.
Hizbollah Al Hijaz in Saudi Arabia.
Al Mujahideen Al Honoud in Kashmor/ India (The Indian Mujahideen, IM).
Al Sarim Al Battar Brigade in Syria.
Hizbollah in the Gulf Cooperation Council.
Islamic Emirate of the Caucasus (Caucasus Emirate or Kavkaz and Chechen jihadists).
The Abdullah bin Mubarak Brigade in Syria.
Al Qaeda in Iran.
The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU).
Qawafil Al-shuhada (Caravans of martyrs).
The Badr Organisation in Iraq.
Abu Sayyaf Organisation in the Philippines.
Abu Omar Brigade in Syria.
Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq in Iraq (The Leagues of the Righteous).
Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)
Ahrar Shoummar Brigade in Syria (Brigade of the free men of the Shoummar Tribe).
Hizbollah Brigades in Iraq.
CANVAS organisation in Belgrade, Serbia.
The Sarya al-Jabal Brigade in Syria.
Liwa Abu al-Fadl Al-Abbas (rigade of Abu al-Fadl Al-Abbas) in Syria.
The Muslim American Society (MAS).
Al Shahba’ Brigade in Syria.
Liwa Al-Youm al-Maw’oud in Iraq (Brigade of Judgement Day).
International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS) : Al Ka’kaa’ Bigade in Syria.
Liwa Ammar bin Yasser (Ammar bin Yasser Brigade).
Federation of Islamic Organizations in Europe.
Sufyan Al Thawri Brigade.
Ansar al-Islam Group in Iraq (Partisans of Islam).
Union of Islamic Organisations of France (L’Union des Organisations Islamiques de France, UOIF).
Ebad ar-Rahman Brigade (Brigade of Soldiers of Allah) in Syria.
Jabhat Al Nusra (Al-Nusra Front) in Syria.
Muslim Association of Britain (MAB).
Omar Ibn al-Khattab Battalion in Syria.
Harakat Ahrar ash-Sham Al Islami (Islamic Movement of the Free Men of the Levant).
Islamic Society of Germany (Islamische Gemeinschaft Deutschland).
Al Shayma’ Battaltion in Syria.
Jaysh Al Islam in Palestine (The Army of Islam in Palestine)
The Islamic Society in Denmark (Det Islamiske Trossamfund, DIT).
Katibat Al-Haqq (Brigade of the Righteous).
The Abdullah Azzam Brigades.
The League of Muslims in Belgium (La Ligue des Mussulmans de Belgique, LMB)
The law was issued by President Sheikh Khalifa and the Cabinet’s own resolution on the designation of terrorist organisations that allows the publication of such lists in the media for the purposes of transparency and to raise awareness about these organisations.