Another in a long line of devout imams who somehow “misunderstood,” Islam or so the media and academic elites like to tell us. These useful idiots assure us they know more about Islam than devout Muslims who study Quran and Hadith all day every day and wage holy war in the cause of Islam. Like Muhammad.
Why does no one ask them how so many millions of Muslims “misunderstand” Islam in exactly the same way?
Monitor the mosques.
Europe used to be famed for its varied cuisine. Now this is the daily diet — attacks and arrests. Some days the Jihadis succeed; on others the authorities win their limited victories (there are plenty more devout followers of Muhammad ready to fill the shoes of the detained).
While all this goes on, it’s the ordinary folk who are killed and maimed — or simply cower in fear.
Those who stand up to criticize the source of all this misery face the opprobrium of the very people charged with protecting our civilization — and death threats or bloody violence from the black flag of Islam.
Moroccan-born cleric Tarik Chadlioui has been living in Britain with his wife and eight children since 2015, after moving to the UK from Belgium.
He is accused of posting video propaganda in support of Islamic State on his Youtube channel and other social media.
Also known as Tarik Ibn Ali, is understood to have preached hate-filled sermons at a Paris mosque attended by Bataclan bomber Omar Mostefai.
Terror suspect arrested in Birmingham and facing extradition to Spain is imam father-of-eight who preached to Bataclan bomber before Paris attacks
- The imam accused of helping to recruit ISIS fighters is named as Tarik Chadlioui
- Muslim preacher was arrested at his house in the Sparkhill area of Birmingham
- Father-of-eight accused of producing propaganda material on behalf of of ISIS
- Four people in Majorca, Spain and one in Germany also arrested in terror raids
A British-based imam accused of recruiting Jihadists to fight for ISIS should be extradited to Spain to face terror charges, a court has heard. Tarik Chadlioui, 43, allegedly tried to recruit and radicalise fighters for ISIS as part of a terror cell from his home in the Sparkhill area of Birmingham. The Moroccan-born cleric has been living in Britain with his wife and eight children since 2015, after moving to the UK from Belgium. He is accused of posting video propaganda in support of Islamic State on his Youtube channel and other social media.
The 43-year-old, also known as Tarik Ibn Ali, is understood to have preached hate-filled sermons at a Paris mosque attended by Bataclan bomber Omar Mostefai. Mostefai was one of three ISIS gunmen who entered a theatre during a co-ordinated terror attack on Paris in 2015 which killed 130 people. The Muslim hate preacher was arrested by a counter terror unit in the Sparkhill area of Birmingham this morning as part of an international raid spanning three countries Chadlioui appeared before Westminster Magistrates’ Court this afternoon after he was arrested in an early morning raid in the West Midlands City.[…]
‘It is alleged that the requested person with several others as a member of an organisation gave support to the terrorist organisation Islamic State by means of propaganda and incitement of new members to join the organisation. ‘He produced audio visual material for the recruitment of jihadis on his YouTube channel for indoctrination and posted symbols and banners for Islamic State on social media. Mr Benjamin added: ‘The requested person stated that he is a frequent traveller and goes to Belgium regularly.’
Evil: Omar Mostefai was one of the three ISIS linked gunmen who sprayed bullets into a crowd of music fans at the Bataclan concert hall before blowing themselves up According to Dutch media, Chadlioui visited several mosques in Antwerp, Belgium earlier this month before returning to the UK.
Anti-terror police used a European arrest warrant to detain Chadlioui in the early hours of Wednesday morning in the Sparkhill area of Birmingham as part of a wider investigation into support for ISIS.
He was one of six arrested across Europe, four in Majorca and another in Dortmund, Germany since the investigation, which focuses on terrorist material shared online, began in 2015.
Chadlioui, known as Tarik Ibn Ali, was born in Morocco but later moved to Europe where he is said to have formed links with groups including Sharia4Belgium, who aim to impose Sharia law across the country and Europe.
It took inspiration from Islam4UK – a group once led by convicted hate preacher Anjem Choudary.
It has been reported that Chadlioui radicalised Bataclan attacker Omar Mostefai in his preached hate filled sermons at the Luce mosque in a Paris suburb.
Mostefai was identified by a severed finger on the Bataclan floor after he and seven others killed 132 and left 352 injured in the Paris attack in November 2015.
Saba Ashraf, defending, opposed the extradition citing his private life under article 8 of the Human Rights Act.
She urged district judge Baynes to give Chadlioui bail, but was refused.
Ms Ashraf said: ‘I have been given a copy of the European Arrest Warrant and on the face of the warrant the particulars are very vague.
‘There is no time, place or sate there is no connection to Spain and there is no role for the requested person.
‘It simply says that he is part of a terror organisation that provide propaganda material to others to join the organisation.
‘Other than that there is no suggestion to what his particular involvement is.’
She added: ‘Mr Chadlioui is a 43-year-old man who has eight children all below the age of 18 bar one, the youngest being a three month old baby.
‘They are at his home address in Birmingham. He has been here for two years since 2015 he was living in Belgium.
‘He has a business selling perfumes at stalls and at mosques, that is how he supports his family, his wife is a house wife and does not work.
‘There is no date given or time or place with any connection with Spain at all.
‘To remand someone of good character who is the sole financial carer for eight children on the basis that he might be a member of an Islamic group seems to be onerous.’
Chadlioui was remanded in custody until another extradition hearing next week. It is believed that Paris-born terrorist Mostefai was inspired by Chadlioui’s speeches as he became increasingly radicalised
Six ‘with links to Islamic State’ arrested in raids across Europe
SIX people have been arrested in Spain, Britain and Germany accused of links to Islamic State, and the indoctrination and radicalisation of potential members, the Spanish interior ministry said today.
The Express, June 28, 2017:
The arrests, organised by Spanish police in conjunction with police in Germany and Britain, detained four people in Palma de Mallorca, one in Britain and one in Germany, the ministry said.
The police forces from the different countries co-operated using European Union agencies set up to help share information related to fighting crime within member states – Europol, Eurojust and Sirene, the ministry said.
Those arrested devised and circulated videos with violent content and organised secret weekly meetings to recruit young people to travel to conflict zones to fight.
Police have arrested six people across Europe in connection with terrorism and ISIS links
The arrests were organised by Spanish police in conjunction with police in Germany and Britain
The police investigation began in 2015 after discovering a web page with a series of videos showing the indoctrination, capture and journey to Syria of a young Muslim resident in Spain.
The producer of the films, an ultra-conservative Salafi imam, was arrested in Britain as part of the operation. He was already under surveillance by several European countries, the ministry said.
He recently travelled to the Spanish Mediterranean island of Mallorca where he met the four arrested in Spain, urging them to capture and indoctrinate others, the ministry said. The man arrested in Germany had contact with the others and had taken part in recruitment videos made by the group.
Since Spain raised the security alert to level 4, the second highest, in June 2015, Spanish police have arrested 178 people accused of links to Islamist militancy.