London Mayor Sadiq Khan refused to confirm whether you will petition the home secretary to denounce the anti-Semitic, anti-Israel, pro-Nazi genocide terror Islamic terror group Hezbollah attempting to complete Hitler's vision for the Jewish people. Instead, Khan stated he would need time to reflect on whether condemning Hezbollah is the “right thing to do”.
At a Greater London Assembly meeting on Thursday, UKIP Assembly Member David Kurten asked the London mayor if he would approach the home secretary to call for the political wing of Hezbollah to be proscribed as a terror organisation, “because that will close the loophole to stop people marching through the streets of London with a flag with a gun on it”.
Mr. Kurten referenced Hezbollah flags flying at the anti-Israel al-Quds Day march on Sunday, which, the AM observed, caused “great distress and alarm to lots of people”.
Khan, who was slammed by members of the capital’s Jewish community over his refusal to ban the march, curtly responded: “There’s nothing to stop you writing to the home secretary,” and told the UKIP AM he would read his letters “setting out the evidence” and consider whether writing to Ms. Rudd is “the right thing to do”.
Hezbollah is denounced in France, Israel, the U.S., Canada, Bahrain, the Netherlands and the entire Arab League. The U.K and the European Union only discover the militant wing of Hezbollah, a distinction Hezbollah itself does not recognize as being a legitimate differentiation.
Mayor Khan didn’t just refuse to agree to write the home secretary once, but twice. A 2nd refusal occurred when Conservative AM Andrew Boff flat out told Mayor Khan he was failing to do his job.
Again, Mr. Khan said he would read Mr. Boff’s letters and “consider whether there is evidence to make the submissions you want me to make”.
The Tory member replied: “I’ll join you when you start doing your job, Mr. Mayor… Thank you very much for those answers, I’m sure Londoners will be fascinated with your lack of willingness to address this problem.”
Londoners would also love to know why Mayor Khan met with Muslim Brotherhood Representatives following the London Bridge attack. Or why he refuses to address his purported ties to radical Islamic terror groups.
But one thing is clear. People in London are being given Mayor Khan's quite implied consent to march under carrying a Hezbollah flag glorifying the potential eradication of Jewish people off the face of the earth.
A petition created by Christians United for Israel (CUFI)calling for the U.K. to ban Hezbollah is currently being circulated and can be accessed and digitally signed by clicking here.
— CFoI (@CFoI) June 22, 2017