- Nisar Malik shared a Facebook video suggesting 'Zionist Jews' were behind 9/11
- He also shared a post that claimed that Israel and America had 'created ISIS'
- Sadiq Khan was shown messages last year and said: 'They're clearly anti-Semitic'
- Yesterday he opened Hounslow Council's new HQ - and posed next to Mr Malik
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has posed with a Labour councillor who he has personally blasted for posting anti-Semitic messages and films on Facebook, it was revealed today.
Hounslow's former mayor Nisar Malik shared a video suggesting that 'Zionist Jews' were behind the 9/11 attacks and another post claimed Israel and America 'created ISIS'.
Mr Malik also previously posted a video about Syrian dictator Bashir al-Assad which suggested he might not be as terrible as the media said.
Last night Sadiq Khan opened Hounslow House, the west London council's HQ, and posed next to Mr Malik and his colleagues.
He removed the Facebook posts and was 'reported through the Labour Party disciplinary process'.
But according to his website he remains a Labour councillor and was allowed to stand again in last May’s local elections.
After seeing his posts last year, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan told LBC last year: 'Some of those remarks are clearly anti-Semitic.
'I think the Labour Party should be investigating those comments speedily and if those complains are upheld then anybody with those views should be kicked out of the Labour Party.
'There must be no place in our party for anybody with racist views. Anti-Semitism is racism. We should be a party that is seeking to shape and change people's views for the better, not being a place where people think it's ok to join our party with anti-Semitic views.'
Mayor Khan tweeted about his visit to Hounslow yesterday but sources have suggested he did not know who he was when they posed together.
MailOnline has approached the Mayor of London and Labour for comment.
Mr Malik has said previously he is not anti-Semitic and told the Evening Standard that he put up videos 'for people who read my posts or people who have a different view'.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has come under fire after it emerged that he wrote a foreword to a century-old book which argued that banks and newspapers were controlled by Jews.
In a new edition of economist JA Hobson's Imperialism: A Study, published while Mr Corbyn was a backbencher in 2011, the MP described the work - written in 1902 - as 'brilliant, and very controversial at the time' and 'a great tome'.
Labour has denied that his comments amounted to an endorsement of sections of the book which are widely regarded as anti-Semitic.
In the book, Hobson suggested that finance in Europe was controlled 'by men of a singular and peculiar race who have behind them many centuries of financial experience' and 'are in a unique position to control the policy of nations'.
He argued that the great financial houses have 'control which they exercise over the body of public opinion through the press'.
And he suggested that no European state would engage in a great war 'if the house of Rothschild and its connections set their face against it'.
Hobson's theory that imperialism was driven by international finance seeking new markets was quoted approvingly by Lenin.
And Mr Corbyn wrote in his foreword: 'Hobson's railing against the commercial interests that fuel the role of the popular press with tales of imperial might, that then lead on to racist caricatures of African and Asian peoples, was both correct and prescient.'