Is the Mayor of London Secretly Supporting Radical Islamic Terrorist Groups?


London mayor Sadiq Khan is at the center of questions about his alleged connections to Islamic terrorist groups, which then calls into question his commitment to fighting terror. With terror once again raising its ugly head in Britain, this time in the horrible attack in Manchester, it's a question that needs to be asked.

In 2016, Prime Minister David Cameron was widely criticized in the UK when he claimed that London mayor Sadiq Khan had ties to the terror group ISIS. An investigation by Disobedient Media has determined that Khan has ties not just to organizations associated with ISIS, but also groups such as Hamas, Al-Nusra, Al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood.

This next part is what should raise concerns, especially his appalling admonition that those living in cities just need to get used to terrorism.

During his time as mayor, London has seen an increase in terror incidents with concerning indications that terror groups wish to stage a major attack on the City of London. Rather than focusing on combatting terror, Khan has used his forum to tell Londoners as well as citizens in other parts of Europe and the United States that the West must learn to live with terrorism as a part of daily life.

Khan’s extreme flirtation with radical Islamic extremism raises serious questions about his commitment to fighting a wave of extremist fueled terrorism that only continues to spread after a number of attacks and police operations in London and other areas of the UK.

That will be seen as an understatement after reviewing the voluminous amount of research Disobedient Media has put into preparing their report which is cited in our article. While the sheer quantity of information they have produced is far more than we can summarize here, we can give you an outline with some points to consider.

On the final page, you can see the well-documented list of very incriminating facts:

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