Monday, June 5, 2017

Ireland: Ahmadiyya Imam Favours adaptation of hardened proposals to combat hate speech and terrorism


"My advice to the British government and Irish government is to take a good look at the background of all the Imams and see who are linked to."

Times of Ahmad | News Watch | UK Desk
Source/Credit: Irish Examiner
By Cormac O'Keeffe | June 5, 2017

Excerpts:

Ireland will have to implement extensive EU plans to combat online videos that promote hate speech and terrorism. This is despite Ireland opposing the hardened proposals.

It comes as British Prime Minister Theresa May accused internet giants of allowing terrorist ideologies “safe space to breed” and called for new international agreements to regulate the area.
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Imam Ibrahim Noonan of Ahmadiyya Muslims of Ireland said Ms May's pledges to combat extremism should be copied here.

He said: “My advice to the British government and Irish government is to take a good look at the background of all the Imams and see who are linked to, who is funding their mosques, which countries do they come from and visit, who are the Sheikhs they are linked to within their countries and what are their views.

“If they find that are linked with extremist organisations throw them out of the UK and Ireland.”



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