The UK banned visas to Rober Spencer and Pamela Geller to give lectures on the Koran in London, but they happily give visas to Muslim extremists and hate preachers. Remember how “Lord” Ahmed and cocaine-fuelled bum-boy pimp Keith Vaz blocked Geert Wilders and other visitors from giving talks about Islam in Britain. Clearly, these people should not be allowed into politics.
Islamic hate preacher who called for gay men to be beheaded is teaching children as young as six at a school in London
- Shaykh Hamza Sodagar is delivering a series of lectures in London this week
- He has previously posted a video listing five ways in which gay people should be killed – including beheading and burning them
- Gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has called for his visa to be revoked
- The preacher is listed to speak at the Islamic Republic of Iran School
- The group which organised the lectures defended the cleric, saying claims he advocated killing gay people were ‘laughable and absurd’
By Dave Burke For Mailonline
Published: 19:33, 6 October 2016
A hate preacher who has called for gay people to be beheaded or burned to death should be removed from the UK, the Home Secretary has been told.
Shaykh Hamza Sodagar is in London this week to deliver a series of lectures at the Islamic Republic of Iran School, which is run by the Iranian government.
The American-born radical, who describes himself as a ‘role model for young Muslims all around the world’, has previously posted a video listing five ways in which gay people should be killed.
The Home Secretary is facing calls to withdraw Shaykh Hamza Sodagar’s visa. [“The easiest is to cut their heads off. The second is to burn them alive” – h/t to TMI volunteer Sven for helping with the translation.]
The footage, from 2010, shows him saying: ‘If there’s homosexual men, the punishment is one of five things.
‘One – the easiest one maybe – chop their head off, that’s the easiest.
‘Second – burn them to death.
‘Third – throw ‘em off a cliff. Fourth – tear down a wall on them so they die under that.
‘Fifth – a combination of the above.’