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UK: Scotland Yard invites mosque chairman who praised Hamas and called for Israel’s destruction to dinner

“UK: Scotland Yard invites mosque chairman who praised Hamas and called for Israel’s destruction to dinner”, Jihad Watch, December 9, 2023:

“A prominent mosque chairman who praised the founder of Hamas was invited to a buffet dinner at Scotland Yard hosted by the Met Commissioner, The Sunday Telegraph can disclose.

Mohammed Kozbar attended an evening event alongside senior Met officers in July – five months after his past praise for Hamas’s founder as “the master of the martyrs of the resistance” was cited in an official counter-extremism review.

The event was organised by the London Muslim Communities Forum (LMCF), a Met “strategic advisory body”.

Scotland Yard said: “We can confirm that Mr Mohammed Kozbar is a member of the London Muslim Communities Forum…….”

Read the full article at Jihadwatch.org

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