"There is a forgotten, nay almost forbidden word,
which means more to me than any other.
That word is ENGLAND." - Sir Winston Churchill
Tuesday, February 09, 2016
Muslim magistrate resigns over anti-Semitic comments
He was expelled from the Respect Party, which is hard-Left and anti-Israel, for these comments. Nonetheless, he was made a magistrate after that. So apparently the relevant officials didn’t mind his comments then. Why do they mind them now? Could the British thirst for appeasement and accommodation of Islamic supremacists be coming to an end? I doubt it. But it may be becoming harder to sustain publicly.
“Stratford magistrate resigns over anti-Semitic comments,” by Iain Burns, Newham Recorder, February 5, 2016:
Abul Hussain, who worked at Stratford Magistrates’ Court, actually left his job six months ago but his actions can only now be reported following the results of an official investigation this week.
Mr Hussain was expelled from the Respect political party in 2010, made famous by Bradford West MP George Galloway, over anti-Semitic messages he allegedly wrote on Facebook. Despite this, he was appointed as a North East London magistrate in 2011.
His messages included exchanges where he told other users “u know the worlds coming to an end when a jew [sic] accuses another of being of his kind [sic]” and “jews like u are so boring so find everything lame, here’s a penny go put it in the bank and u just might get a pound after ten years interest [sic]”.
It emerged only this week that Mr Hussain resigned from his position in August last year before being removed from judicial office.
A spokesman for the Judicial Conduct Investigations Office (JCIO) said: “Mr Abul Hussain, a magistrate appointed to the North East London Area, has resigned from judicial office following an investigation into an allegation that he had posted racist and anti-Semitic comments on social media.
“A disciplinary panel recommended that Mr Hussain be removed from the judiciary, but he resigned before the disciplinary process had been formally concluded.
“Had he not resigned, the Lord Chancellor and the Lord Chief Justice would have removed him from judicial office.”
The Campaign Against Anti-Semitism (CAA) group, which pressed for an investigation into Mr Hussain, commended the JCIO for their “zero tolerance” to anti-Semitism, adding: “Our only regret being the protracted nature of this investigation.”
According to the Metropolitan Police Service, there were 459 incidents of anti-Semitic crime in London from December 2014 to December 2015 with nine occurring in Newham alone.
A CAA poll showed 45 per cent of Jews in Britain “fear they may have no future” in the country.