Tuesday, 8 April 2008

Who is the real One-eyed Dajjal?

Thanks to Brother Ibrahim Hakeem

Thanks to Brother Ibrahim Hakeem from Chicago who emailed us to say that the Quilliam Foundation are having some hiccups prior to their launch.

Apparently, Dawud Masieh has left Quilliam in mysterious circumstances - he has also hastily been removed from the Quilliam Foundation website it would appear.

It also appears that various scholars cited as "advisors" to the Foundation have also been removed from the Foundation's website - apparently some were unaware that they were "advisors" and others have been horrified by the stance taken by some Quilliam Foundation members on key doctrinal issues.

The Quilliam Foundation - creepy launch 22nd of April

To show brother Maajid that I'm deeply sorry, I hereby invite all the brothers and sisters to the creepy "launch" of The Quilliam Foundation:

Dear Friend, The Quilliam Foundation (http://www.quilliamfoundation.org/), Britain's first Muslim counter extremism organisation, will launch on the 22nd of April at 1:00pm at the British Museum in London. In addition to providing a counter narrative to the al-Qaeda mindset, we will: give the media and attendees access to a large group of former Islamists (going public for the first time) facilitate engagement with mainstream Muslim scholars articulate our vision for countering, and make practical policy suggestions for preventing, further radicalisation of young Muslims provide attendees with new Quilliam publications.

Confirmed speakers include Jemima Khan, Lord Paddy Ashdown, Professor Timothy Garton Ash, and prominent Muslim leaders. The full programme will be sent out to attendees in due course.

Seating is limited, so to reserve your seat please contact my colleague Sophia Tillie at information@quilliamfoundation.org or on: 00 44 (0) 207 193 1204.

Our kindest regards,-- Maajid Nawaz Director,The Quilliam Foundation.

Sorry Maajid

Sorry brother Maajid, I'm deeply sorry for the pictures.

Please forgive me.

You and I have different understanding of the Dîn. You was with us and you had the right to leave our movement, I respect that.

"Sorry Bro Maajid, may you be forgiven"