This is how they roll. They say one thing to the enemedia and the opposite to their community. During our Ground Zero mosque fight, Imam Rauf played the moderate while the media danced to his tune. But if you read his books, he was a sharia extremist who supported terrorist groups like Hamas.
Terror-tied Muslim groups in the US make weak, generic statements after jihad slaughter, but unfailingly support terror groups and the jihad doctrine. Two sides — one mouth.
They say one thing to appease the filthy kuffar, while advancing their dead Islamic supremacist agenda. This is a religious imperative in Islam. Lie to advance Islam.
Mosque leader who condemned Brussels attacks sent messages calling extremist ‘true Muslim’ By By Zoe O’Brien, Express, March 25, 2016 (thanks to Christian):
A BRITISH mosque leader has apparently praised a crazed extremist who murdered a politician it has emerged, just days after a horrific terror attack which killed 34 in Brussels.
Glasgow Central Mosque leader praised extremist
Glasgow Central Mosque imam Habib ur Rehman came out to condemn the atrocities committed by Islamic State (ISIS) supporters, but behind closed doors allegedly showed favour towards assassin Mumtaz Qadri.
Qadri was executed in 2011 for the killing of Salman Taseer, the governor of Punjab who stood up for Christians persecuted under Pakistan’s controversial blasphemy laws.
He equated the murder with French Resistance action against the Nazis during the Second World War.
The Qadri case has sparked huge controversy in Pakistan and the killer’s funeral was attended by thousands, many carrying ‘I am Mumtaz’ placards.
Fundamentalists view him as a martyr but he was seen in the west as a dangerous zealot.
The imam in a series of Whatsapp messages about Qadri, seen by the BBC, reportedly called the killer a “true Muslim”.
He added that the messages had been “taken out of context” and were about his opposition to Qadri hanging and the Pakistani justice system.
Under the screen name Habib Mulana or Mullah Habib, the cleric said the death of Qadri was a source of ‘immense pain’ for many.