Al Qaradawi-linked Interfaith Group for Morally Responsible Investment calls for a boycott of Veolia

Stephen Sizer has published a letter on behalf of the Interfaith Group for Morally Responsible Investment (IMRI), a coalitian which includes Interpal, the Hamas-friendly organisation who have a Hamas member on their books. Also in the IMRI coalition are Friends of Sabeel UK and the Amos Trust. Interpal chief Ibrahim Hewitt appears to believe that Zionists control the media and the US government is its puppet. Hewitt has also called for an end to Holocaust memorial day, and has cited Holocaust denier Roger Garaudy.

If you want to know what kind of society Muslim converts to Christianity would live in should Ibrahim Hewitt’s brand of Islam be introduced in the UK, have a read of this pamphlet:

For the crime of apostasy, it should be born in mind that in an Islamic state, Islam is the basis of the State, not just the State religion. Any act of apostasy that results in open rebellion against Islam is, therefore, an act of treason. Even in Britain, the penalty for high treason is death.

Interpal has recently been ordered to sever its links with Yusuf Al Qaradawi’s Union for Good. Qaradawi is notorious for, amongst other things, this:

I first reported this story last month. The IMRI coalition contains numerous extremists who should not be exerting influence over the General Synod or the Church of England’s Ethical Investment Advisory Group.

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  1. Glasspole

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7987258.stm
    I wonder if the “Boycott Israel” racists will now call for boycotts of Thales?

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